Random doodles done during production.
Found those today while cleaning up the old folders (getting slowly ready to move on to new stuff).
The first one was done about a year ago, after a long day-night of work, during crunch time. A scene that needed to be ready, the files needed to be processed the next morning. I sent this along with a note to our awesome (and very patient) story coordinator (hello, Kristen!) saying I was finally done (3am).
The second one, I was reading a book by Joann Sfar. As doodling warm up, I tried imitating his style.
I said tried!!!!
- Hans’s face when trying to kill Elsa
- Pitch’s face when breaking Jack’s staff
Requested by anon
absolutely despising how someone interprets your favorite character
understanding that they can interpret your favorite character any way they want but you still just
Inspired by every student whose told they can’t be an artist because it doesn’t “make enough money”.
Sometimes, when discovering a new ship, one has to think really, really hard before searching said ship on tumblr
Gifset of some Mums because it’s my Mum’s birthdaaaaay ♥
I think it’d be rather exciting to meet a pirate.
#pirates of the caribbean was kind of a formative influence #and nothing about these movies so much as her—snarling selfish sea-hungry pirate king #sometimes I rewatch the first movie and laugh to myself about how little it understood her and will; how it tried to convince us #that will was the pirate because he was chasing after her; and pirates are obsessed with treasure #when elizabeth spends the first movie chasing freedom and the next two chasing him; chasing her freedom; chasing war; chasing the world #her wedding was interrupted and she held the man responsible at gunpoint until he gave her letters of pardon #she was mistaken for a sea goddess and accepted it without question; she led an army to war as though it were her due #and she did it all without ever apologizing for the lives she takes or the lies she tells and when she betrays sparrow with a kiss #he hisses ”pirate” because what else could she be
Now go forth and make comic book awesomeness!
Or stick figure porn. You know… whatever.
For my art tag. So I don’t forget this.
Likewise, this is a good example of how “Contraposto” works. It’s the shifting of weight on the body that makes the shoulders and hips angle opposite one another.
If that’s confusing, look at the images I edited. The contraposto lines of hips and shoulders angle opposite (pictured in blue, thick lines).
Greek statues use this a LOT because the Greeks and Romans really thought it added movement, which it does.
Because of the weight shift of the hips, the shoulders move to compensate and keep balance.
It’s not just women too. It’s both. And unlike the picture above, men can also stand very prominently like women to get a better contrast of hip to shoulder opposition.
See? I hope this helps! Because it also has to do with the shifting of balance.