Didn’t expect that last one
this fucking website…..
Pacific Rim B-Movie style poster
I relate to this so strongly I got a little teary-eyed.
Ed Kemmer as the live action reference model for Prince Phillip in the final battle sequence in Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Always use reference. Always.
La petite île (The small island) . Illustration I got in mind for a week and wanted to get out .
small updates on this :)
Vanity Fair’s 2008 ‘Hitchcock Hollywood Portfolio’
People may already know this method, but I ‘discovered’ it pretty recently after years on PS and this completely changed my life, and I thought I should share this with anyone who doesn’t know this trick!
It’s a lot easier and faster than manually painting over it, or using a lasso tool over it and then filling it in.
To make things faster, I’d suggest creating a shortcut for the Expand tool so you can get to it faster. Go onto Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts and change it from there! My shortcut is Shift+Command+,
(Also, by # i mean number, of course.)
drowninghitagicrab asked: 10?
10: Least favorite thing to draw?
Things that scare me! My worst fear is that someone will want to pay me a ton of money to animate a film about house centipedes or something.
I’m also not great with drawing romantic things! I just don’t feel like anything I draw will be very interesting or creative, so I tend to run off in another direction.
9: Favorite thing to draw?
I love doing backgrounds! Guuh, places I want to live, big trees, narrow places, bridges, flowers, and corgis.
Concept Art & Storyboard Art from Mulan:
Mulan sketches by Chen-Yi Chang
Storyboard Art by Dean DeBlois
Art from “The Art of Mulan”; published 1998; Text by Jeff Kurtti
Women boxing on a roof, circa 1930s
THIS IS LITERALLY THE RADDEST PHOTO I’VE EVER SEEN
ARE YOU KIDDING