Danielle rubbed her eyes as she noticed her vision getting blurry with water. She knew her "father" would never accept her back, and she was still steamed about him using her, but then why was it she was missing him?
Before you ask, this was a request and a specific one at that complete with a cast list!
I don't mean to dishonor the memory of WW2 soldiers here or say Saving Private Ryan was a bad movie (far from it) but...well...ponies go with nearly everything And these parody posters are loads of fun to make, especially Twi doing her best Tom Hank's impression.
I'll make up for it with some reimaginings and other requests I promise. No hit?
After having applied my new Photoshop lightsaber glow technique to a number of Star Wars production shots, I went searching for images of appropriate scenes from other movies. Here, Neo takes on dozens of copies of Agent Smith with a double-bladed Sith lightsaber.
Another page of gesture skethes from my zoo trip with ...this time of the grizzly bears from the new Oklahoma Trails exhibit. Again, this was brush pen on toned paper and I only spent one to two minutes on each drawing. The idea of gesture sketching is to get as much information down as quickly as possible, bypassing many of the details for what's most important so the essence of the subject is effectively conveyed. Exaggeration of posture and form sometimes works well for this kind of drawing exercise, since it's more about the character of the subject than being 100% accurate with anatomy.
(And if you like checking out animal photography, you might want to head over to ~KoH4711's account...he took a LOT of digital photos on the trip of wolves, bears, meerkats, deer, giraffes and several other animals, and will have them uploaded shortly.)