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For my visual narratives class we had to make a five page comic that told the story/a story of a famous person's life. I chose to do Hayao Miyazaki, and instead of doing a direct sroty about him, I chose to do a telling oh his philosophy about life- beliefs that he has gathered through his life and now incorporates into his movies.

The whole comic was done using ink- no pens, just nibs and brush, and all shaded was done with ink washes.

I had never used ink (besides micron pens) until now, so it was a bit daunting, but it turned out to be pretty fun!

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For my visual narratives class we had to make a five page comic that told the story/a story of a famous person's life. I chose to do Hayao Miyazaki, and instead of doing a direct sroty about him, I chose to do a telling oh his philosophy about life- beliefs that he has gathered through his life and now incorporates into his movies.

The whole comic was done using ink- no pens, just nibs and brush, and all shaded was done with ink washes.

I had never used ink (besides micron pens) until now, so it was a bit daunting, but it turned out to be pretty fun!

*Aware of my spelling error

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For my visual narratives class we had to make a five page comic that told the story/a story of a famous person's life. I chose to do Hayao Miyazaki, and instead of doing a direct sroty about him, I chose to do a telling oh his philosophy about life- beliefs that he has gathered through his life and now incorporates into his movies.

The whole comic was done using ink- no pens, just nibs and brush, and all shaded was done with ink washes.

I had never used ink (besides micron pens) until now, so it was a bit daunting, but it turned out to be pretty fun!

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For my visual narratives class we had to make a five page comic that told the story/a story of a famous person's life. I chose to do Hayao Miyazaki, and instead of doing a direct sroty about him, I chose to do a telling oh his philosophy about life- beliefs that he has gathered through his life and now incorporates into his movies.

The whole comic was done using ink- no pens, just nibs and brush, and all shaded was done with ink washes.

I had never used ink (besides micron pens) until now, so it was a bit daunting, but it turned out to be pretty fun!

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A little project I've had on the side ^w^

Oh! you can get the print on redbubble.com if it takes your fancy^^

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fyi I wanted more characters in the pic but it... didn't look right ~ these are some of my favourites but I have others too^^

...never bloody Ponyo though ~I'll sooner draw Earthsea characters XD
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Hayao Miyazaki (宮崎 駿), one of the world's best animators of all time! He has brought us amazing movies such as Spirited Away, Totoro, Porco Rosso, Princess Mononoke, Ponyo, Howl's Moving Castle, Nausicaa and the Valley of Wind, Laputa Castle in the Sky, Kiki's Delivery Service, and many more. With rich story lines and beautifully creative characters, Miyazaki creates his very admired work.

I am personally a huge fan of his work, and I spent 3 days on this fan art dedicated to all his marvelous creations!

Thank you for never letting that child inside you die. You've inspired me, and many other, to do the same!



ďIs someone different at age 18 or 60? I believe one stays the same.Ē - Hayao Miyazaki


Made in Photoshop. Hope you like it!!!

Art: ©Ryan Smallman
Characters: ©Hayao Miyazaki (宮崎 駿 Miyazaki Hayao)
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I watched and re-watched 借りぐらしのアリエッティ "Kari-gurashi no Arietti" ("The Borrower Arrietty"), the anime by Studio Ghibli that came out last year. I :heart: it so much!!!
It's definitely one of my favourite animes:) I cry every time I watch it, it's so moving.
Spiller is one of the Borrowers, he's adorable:iconawwwplz::iconluvluvplz:
I'm kind of proud of myself 'cause I caught his expression on my first attempt:aww:
Arrietty:



My other Ghibli related works:


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[EDIT] You can watch it here with English subtitles:
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:icongrin--plz:


:iconspreadmoreloveplz::iconthxfav1::iconthxfav2::iconthxfav3::iconthxfav4::iconthxfav1::iconspreadmoreloveplz:
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Kiki's Delivery Service.
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THREE DAYS IN THE MAKING AND NOW THIS BABY IS FINAL;U COMPLETE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jesus... This thing was a monster! And to think that it all started because I couldn't find enough Ghibli fan videos on YouTube... that being - couldn't find any at all! Ah... c'est sad.

SO - YEARS after this meme started, I finally worked my lazy bones into completing one!

For those who don't know - this is a parody of the famous Durarara ending "Trust me" (where all the characters were linked in such a fashion as to create one awesome tower of awesomeness) featuring Studio Ghibli characters - more specifically characters from Studio Ghibli movies directed by Miyazaki (because were they any more characters in here I know I would have passed out ten more times more then I already have).

And so we have, in an almost chronological order, the following:

Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986) - featuring Sheeta and Pazu
My Neighbor Totoro (1988) - featuring Satsuki, Mei, Totoro and ... dirt spirits
Kiki's Delivery Service (1989) - featuring Kiki
Porco Rosso (1992) - featuring Porco Rosso
Spirited Away (2001) featuring Chihiro and Haku- (switched places with: )
Princess Mononoke (1997) - feauturing Ashitaka, Sen and tree spirits
Howl's Moving Castle (2004) - featuring Howl and Sophie (how I love 'em) and last but not least
Ponyo (2008) - featuring Ponyo, her papa Fujimoto and some of her sisters

!ALTHOUGH the 1984 film Nausicaš of the Valley of the Wind is often considered a Studio Ghibli film, it was produced and released before the 1985 founding of the studio. So that is why we have no Nausicaš.

And so here we have it! The whole crew (more or less). The hardest ones for me to get right were most certainly Pazu and Satsuki - donno why! - and Fujimoto was the one I had most fun with :D I just love his design! And I still can't believed I survived after a pen encounter with Howl's flamboyant clothes...

And if some things things seem familiar while looking at them, I will add only this: ... I HAVE NEVER USED SO MUCH CHARACTER REFERENCES IN MY LIFE!!!!!!!

Mad girl, over and out.

EDIT (13th of June 2011):HOLY LORD! :omg: Another DD!!! Ahh!!! You people are incredibly awesome and I love you all! Thank you `Gwendolyn12 for suggesting and to ^StormPenguin for featuring! :heart: Thank you all so much!






artwork © Jessica P. 2011
all the characters and movies © Hayao Miyazaki (a.k.a GOD!)
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Downloaders beware! This image size is about 5 megs XD

Watercolor and colored pencil fanart of quite possibly my favorite movie ever. (well, it's somewhere around a 5 way tie)

I can never decide if I like Spirited away, Kiki's, or Mononoke Hime, the best of all ghibli films. They're all so different that it's difficult to compare them. and they are each amazing and beautiful in their own way.

Hope you enjoy San and Ashitaka~!
(c) Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli.
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