Featured Artist - Bobby DriscollBest known to Disney fans as the voice of Peter Pan!
Bobby Driscoll lived a very short, rollercoaster life.
He was discovered as a natural actor in a barbershop at the very young age of five-and-a-half! And, he was the first actor to sign a long term contract with the Walt Disney animation department.
At the age of 12, he was given an Oscar for outstanding juvenile actor for his performances in So Dear to my Heart (A Disney Movie) and The Window (RKO Picture).
At about the age of 16, Bobby Driscoll played his most famous roll - Peter Pan. He acted out all the parts himself before they were animated onto film. He was also the first boy ever to play Peter Pan (traditionally, Peter Pan is played by a girl.)
Here are some production pictures for y'all!
Unfortunately, life doesn't always have a fairytale ending for us like in the magical world of Disney. ;_;
Bobby Driscoll was introduced to drugs at the age of seventeen, had several run-ins with the law, and was sentenc
Fun Disney Fact!Fun fact: Walt Disney was once fired from a newspaper for his “lack of creativity”.Fun Disney Fact!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
I guess you can't let others get you down! Believe in yourself and your dreams are sure to come true.
Admining this group is awesome because I get to see so many people with such talent submitting their work! I can tell you guys are going places, so keep it up!
Commissions - CLOSED!Commissions are CLOSED!Commissions - CLOSED!4 years ago in Personal More Like This
But may open again soon.
Send me a note here or e-mail me at email@example.com (with "commission" in your subject so that I'll click on it right away) if you're interested!
PayPal or Money Order ONLY.
I do not take point commissions.
I do not to art for free.
Prices are negotiable! These are just approximations! Prices can go up or down depending on complexity.
Up to one full character with full colors and full background. Additional characters are $40.
One character bust with full coloring and simple background. Additional characters are $25.
Up to one full character fully shaded and detailed with simple background. Additional characters are $20.
The Happy World of Haribo...oh...OH...OH, GOD!!!I like to take a bag of Haribo gummy sweets with me when I go to the cinema. It's cheaper than buying the over-priced rot they sell in the foyer, and thanks to the industrial waste they're quite obviously made from; it can take the length of a movie to chew through a bag of the things.The Happy World of Haribo...oh...OH...OH, GOD!!!9 months ago in Personal More Like This
I may, however, have to rethink gnawing this brand of confection in light of an article that just popped up: http://www.buzzfeed.com/michaelrusch/haribo-gummy-bear-reviews-on-amazon-are-the-most-insane-thin
Glad I didn't take a bag of those in with me when I went to see The Hobbit.
Korra jobs openingsSome great opportunities have opened up at Nickelodeon for artists to apply for work on Korra. With 26 more episodes added, no surprise the crew needs to grow.Korra jobs openings2 years ago in Personal More Like This
So update that CV, polish that portfolio, and best of success!
For Character design:
It's UP!Children of the Night's Full video is now up and available for all to view!It's UP!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Girls Collab - CLOSED! The list of remaining characters is at the very bottom of the page under "suggestions".Girls Collab - CLOSED!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
All the required characters have been turned in, so that means the final due date is one month from now on February 6th.
You can still sign up for characters, but the due date for any character is February 6th, even if you sign up a week before that day.
Also, since we only have one month left, people who've reached their max amount of charcters can do a few more if they wish. Let's say... three more if they so choose.
For this collab, we will be drawing all the Disney girls we can!
:iconattention-plz: PLEASE READ ALL THE RULES BEFORE SIGNING UP! I don't want you to draw a character and not be allowed in because you missed a rule. ;_;
Any girl character can only be in the collab once. In other words, if someone has already taken her, then you can't sign up for her.
When we're done, Zimeta will put together all the individual girl
Site Update: Bug Fixes and FeedbackChange LogSite Update: Bug Fixes and Feedback10 months ago in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
Tabs on Profile Pages did not work properly on the mobile website. Fixed by yury-n
Images that were smaller than the required size for Group avatars could still be uploaded properly. Fixed by DEVlANT
Text symbols would display in a few isolated areas on the site. Fixed by fartprincess
The "Update Email" notice had a misaligned icon. Fixed by elhsmart
Super Group URL links were not the same color as links for other usernames or Groups. Fixed by yumeruby
In the "Submit to Groups” section of a deviation, typing in a Group name would not display accurate results. Fixed by fartprincess
Royalty info and button naming on the Submit Prints page was unclear. Fixed by yury-n
For Journals submitted with Sta.sh Writer, both the "Edit" and "Edit with Sta.sh Writer" buttons linked to the Sta.sh Writer editor, preventing editing of a Journal's description, details, and Mature Content settings. Fixed by szlosek
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Beginners Guide to Creating Manga ArtBeginners Guide to Creating Manga Art2 years ago in Personal More Like This
The "Beginner's Guide to Creating Manga Art", which I had an honor to participate in, is now on pre-order and will be released around 14th March 2013.
This book features many interesting tips and detailed tutorials from talent artists, starting from basic character design and progressing to full color images, in an increasingly popular art form Manga.
The price is £15.99 and the first 200 pre-orders will get an A5 Sketchbook and Mechanical pencil. Get your copy now at: http://shop.3dtotal.com/books/3dtotalpublishing/beginners-guide-manga.html#t1
A word of two about drawing wolf's eyes :)Hello dear Members,A word of two about drawing wolf's eyes :)2 years ago in Personal More Like This
This is my first journal entry for the Group, so first of all: howdy to all
I wanted to do something that could help you a little with drawing wolves. So I will begin with something I am familiar with in drawing - the eyes. Many of you are suprised when, for example, their blue-eyed wolves are declined from "Realistic Wolves" folder, so maybe a few words about natural wolf eye's colours for a warm-up
Most popular colour is yellowish-green or greenish-yellow which can look differenty in various light's conditions. Great example of that colour is Chetan from WolfPark:
Take a look at wonderful Orca, he's eyes have also rather pale, but more yellow than green shade and come to life in bright light:
Marion-the-Barbarian, a t
RH Animated first episode Advertisement ContestThought this would be a good way to advertise for the seriesRH Animated first episode Advertisement Contest11 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
The name of the Game is Advertisement for the first episode of RH, "Welcome to Reaper High" Surrounding Jack Spicer and the PPGs on their first day to Reaper High (the Grand opening of the school)
Which means, Posters, Title Cards, fake magazine reviews, whatever you like.
Here's a Little clip from the episode
There will be 3 winners
Being able to write the plot of an episode of Reaper High that we'll actually animate A five page comic of whatever you like two colored posters of your ocs
(It would be awesome to have other artists offering prizes to make this a hugely successful contest so if you'd like to help, note me!)
Contest ends in exactly 2 weeks, Dec. 12th
Submissions so far:
Publishing Opportunity for New ArtistsMy good friend DeevElliott who has been in the comic and publishing industry for the past decades is launching 2 new comic anthologies and would love to work some new artists here on dA exclusively. If you are new in this art industry and would love to see your work being published via a comic publishing veteran then this is your chance! Please hop over to this journal ( http://techgnotic.deviantart.com/journal/Dave-Elliott-An-Authentic-Citizen-384734344 ) for project details and get some great advice on taking your first step into the publishing industry.Publishing Opportunity for New Artists1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Let's make it happen!
Advice for prospective convention organisersRecently, I was asked on Twitter for advice for a prospective convention organiser. Here are some tidbits I wish somepony had told me around a year ago, before I started BronyCon (and long before I stepped down due to my distaste for sauropodian interference). The below is adapted and expanded from my Tweets.Advice for prospective convention organisers2 years ago in Personal More Like This
 Have lots of money.
 Be prepared to lose it.
 Have a good psychotherapist.
 Invite local brony celebs as guests before you get to the stage where you can invite VAs and show staff.
 Dealing with a multibillion-dollar toy company (you know which one I mean) is like dancing with a dinosaur.
 Be prepared to spend 40 hours a week working on the convention.
 Be prepared to not see a penny for it.
 Be prepared for conventiongoers to think you're getting filthy rich anyways.
 Any ticket cost is 'too high'. (See )
 You can't please all of the ponies all of the time. No matter what decision you make, somepony will HATE it. Furthermore, many of those will
To All Disney Animation Fans Out There -Hey everyone, how are you all doing?To All Disney Animation Fans Out There -8 months ago in Personal More Like This
Just a quick word to let you all know of a great new source for everything Disney Animation Art - from rough animation to clean-up, from layout to final background, from storyboard to production stills - everything you ever wanted to see from the amazing archives of the Disney Studio can be found on this new facebook page - THE ART OF DISNEY ANIMATION http://www.facebook.com/TheArtOfDisneyAnimation
Here's just a hint of what you'll find there, and these are much down-scaled from the actual resolution on the page!
So, check it out Disney/Animation/Art fans.
Oh and if you want, you can always join/like my own page on facebook, http://www.facebook.com/david.kawe
Commission Price Guide and Terms of ServiceThe price list below is old and I don't really have a set price. Some commissions might be a bit more now and some the same. The best is to send me a note with what you want and we can discuss a price!Commission Price Guide and Terms of Service3 years ago in Personal Journal More Like This
Prices are in USD. This is also just a guide, if your character has lots of details I might charge a bit more. If you are interested in something else than listed here, send me a note with a link to a drawing in my gallery showing what kind of style/type of drawing you have in mind and we can discuss a price. I draw in lots of different styles, so even if the coloring style you like is listed here but you want it to be drawn in a style I've used for another drawing you can send me a link for the drawing style you'd like.
Chibi $10-15 per character
Examples http://tigon.deviantart.com/art/Chibi-commissions-195757311?q=gallery%3Atigon%2F28656&qo=57 http://tigon.deviantart.com/art/Chibi-commissions-2-202300829?q=gallery%3Atigon%2F28656&qo=37 http://tigon.devian
artbook questions - again!hey wonderful followers. thanks again for all the help regarding the art theft from last week. i'll keep you posted on what happens!artbook questions - again!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
i'm thinking about that artbook i mentioned a few journal entries back. i have some ideas of how i want to handle the content, which includes a few exclusive pieces, tutorials/walkthroughs and probably a dvd showing my painting process. i want to make it happen! but one thing i've decided is to look for a publisher in the U.S. it would be great since that would make the book altogether more affordable for many of you - it's so expensive to ship from europe! so i wanted to ask if any of you guys could suggest any american publishers or knew any companies that make interesting artbooks that aren't too expensive/gigantic? any tips would be great. thank youuuuuu for reading!
Massive photo news and tips - July 31stOrientation on shaped bokehMassive photo news and tips - July 31st2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Negotiating with clients
Using a shallow DOF in landscape photography
The art of natural light
How to build a successful portrait photography business
Why take a picture?
How to photoshop a picture
What is ISO
Wedding photography checklist
You suck at photoshop
Submission limits - how to use themSo, a lot of you are confused about how to actually use these shiny new submissions limits! Here are some examples that should help you sort out what to do to get your limits sorted the way you want them to be...Submission limits - how to use them5 years ago in Personal More Like This
Submission limits are found in the "Manage members" settings, under "On Gallery" or "On Favourites". (You can limit both gallery and favourites and the settings are completely independent.)
I want to limit my members to 3 submissions per week in total, whatever folders they put them in
Choose "3 per week" from the dropdown next to "Featured" and then make sure all other folders are set to "Global Setting".
I want my members to be able to submit 2 a day to each folder
Click on "show all folders" then select "2 per day" for every folder.
I want my members to be able to submit as many deviations as they like, but only one a month to the featured folder
Choose "1 per month" from the featured dropdown and set all the other folders to "unlimited". (Techni
Peter Pan: Real Life Hero!Here's a post from Tumblr I thought you guys would really love:Peter Pan: Real Life Hero!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
It's all about Peter Pan at Disneyland and some amazing encounters with him:
If you're lucky enough to meet Peter Pan in person, make sure you give him a hug!
He's an amazing person.
:icontumblrplz: Reblog here: http://zimeta.tumblr.com/post/53543672364/laughterkey-geekyjessica-so-im-just-going
The Three problems with how we learn art: pt.3I've been thinking about how and why we learn to draw for a few years now. I started self-analazing my own drawing and character design thought process when I began writing my first art instruction book, "Creating Characters with Personality". It was harder than I thought to verbalize how I've learned and how I process drawing. This has led me to start looking back at my artistic life and how I learned art. What made me learn the most? What drove me to draw and stick with it? What led to others I knew as a child to stop drawing? I think I'm ready to present some of those thoughts here on DA and hear what you think. This is part 2 of three in a series. I'm not sure where this is leading, but step one is my establishing an online art instruction school called Taught ByA PRO (http://www.taughtbyapro.com) that will (in phase one) concenThe Three problems with how we learn art: pt.311 months ago in Personal More Like This