Wreck it Ralph and Tangled similaritiesI have recently begun to really enjoy Tangled and I already love Wreck it Ralph, but I've noticed several similar qualities between the two movies. Shockingly both movies have very close similarities that may sound far-fetched at times, but I wanted to make a list of some of the similarities I noticed.
Both Wreck-it Ralph and Flynn Rider start and end their movies as narrators off screen.
(Tangled's Beginning Line) - Flynn: "This is the story of how I died."
(Wreck-it Ralph's Beginning Line) - Ralph: "My name's Wreck-it Ralph."
(Tangled's Ending Line) - Flynn: "Yes we are"
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It's too cold outside for angels to flyI made this Elsa edit few days ago :iconlazypoolplz: My friend :iconglompsomethingplz::iconsonnikufan4ever: told me this quote remember her to Frozen, and told me to make an edit of it! so here it is!! I hope you like itIt's too cold outside for angels to fly2 years ago in Personal More Like This
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my new book is available for pre-order!hey everyone! i'm super excited to announce that my new book, TRAVELING WITH YOUR OCTOPUS is available for pre-order here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/207280396/traveling-with-your-octopus-special?my new book is available for pre-order!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
everyone that pre-orders will receive the special edition version which is signed and detailed with decorative metallic corners.
here is a brief description of the book which is published by baby tattoo books
A lavishly illustrated Victorian era travelogue chronicling the international journeys of Octo-Victorian globetrotters Victoria Prismall and her pet land octopus Otto, this scenic follow-up to Brian Kesinger's instant classic Walking Your Octopus is sure to delight all manner of world adventurers. Thirty panoramic, full-page illustrations showcase Victoria and Otto as they explore destinations in Scotland, France, Holland, Spain, Austria, Romania, Italy, Russia, China, Japan,
100 watchers!I honestly can't believe it!!! :iconhuggleplz: THANK YOU ALL100 watchers!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Wait ahh 101 watchers!! Thank you so much!! <3 I never really thought my art was any good and when you deviants started liking it it made me feel so happy
It means a lot to me, I just can't explain it through words... XD
:iconMarie-Mike: ~ First Watcher
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And lets not forget these people!
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Who are all awesome, thanks for bei
Exploring Art 61: Facing FailureThis is a continuation of my last post, about always succeeding and why that's not always the face we should present. When I posted that, I was in the middle of a risk that I knew I had a small chance of succeeding at. But I posted regardless of my chances, because if I did fail, I wanted the chance to discuss it with you all.Exploring Art 61: Facing Failure8 months ago in Personal More Like This
So. My work was submitted to a museum at the end of last month, in the hopes of joining their longest running exhibit. On April 2nd, I found out that I had failed, and I was not accepted into the exhibit.
I went through the full flood of emotions, crushing failure, hopelessness, certainty that my work is just a hack and I really shouldn't do art anymore. Failure always seems to bring out the worst in me, the certainty that I will always fail because I am not good enough. I didn't write a post immediately on finding out, because I wanted to really experience the full range of emotions I feel, not just the initial sting of depression. I gave myself that first day t
#rapunzelized#rapunzelized2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Back from my outing (to be specific, it was the Senior Retreat).
AND GUESS WHAT.
WE RELEASED LANTERNS.
OH MY FREAKIN' GOSH.
AND MY GROUP'S LANTERN FLOATED THE HIGHEST.
Like seriously, I was squealing so hard. When the retreat master announced that we'd be releasing lanterns, I screamed "OH MY FEELS" so loud that all my batchmates now know my stupid Tangled obsession. XD Then when our lantern floated away, I was all like "I'M RAPUNZEL AND I'VE GOT A DREAM!". :iconallthethingsplz:
11-14-13: I saw the light. ♡
BEST. RETREAT. EVER!!
I'll find my "Eugene" next time and knock him out with a frying pan. XD
The Muses Love Alternatives, CXXXVIIThe Muses Love Alternatives, CXXXVII7 months ago in Art Features More Like This
sense by davespertine
shadow of the past by christian-richter
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And a new music video to share, by friend and songwriter Bob Rylett.
Thanks for stopping by.
Protips2# Few tips to improve your drawing skills:Protips2# Few tips to improve your drawing skills:8 months ago in Personal More Like This
After my first article about How to price your art, you asked me few tips to improve your drawing skills and productivity. So I made a selection of some of my favorite exercices and advice. I hope this will be helpful for you!
A Daily sketch routine:
We are all stressed by our busy life, and it's sometimes hard to find some time for sketching. You know, you don't need to sketch during all the day to improve your skills efficiently. The most important is to be constant in your effort. Take at least 20 min per day for sketching. This could be during your break, during your lunch , in the public transportation, or when you are at home... Find a moment for you, don't pressurize you, and just draw !
Don't copy without understanding what you are copying:
Before sketching in a Disney / Manga / Marvel/ or whate
Stunning Free Art Books From The Met!Stunning Free Art Books From The Met!8 months ago in Personal More Like This
Fellow artists, art & history lovers, check this out! In a wonderful initiation The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, is offering some stunning art books - most of which are out of print - to be downloaded as a PDF file at their website FOR FREE!
Click here to go to the Met store and start downloading your free books now!
This is an amazing way for everyone, everywhere and at any age to get free access to learn, explore and educate yourselves on some of the foundations of the art world! Who can say no to such knowledge?!
My personal picks would be:
- Art and Anatomy in Renaissance Italy,
- The Age of Napoleon,
- The Age of Rembrandt,
- Georgia O'Keeffe - The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin,
- Degas 1834–1917,
- Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863),
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.32 years ago in Personal More Like This
The Three problems with how we learn art: pt.2 I'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://taughtbyapro.com) that will (in phase one) concentrate on drawing instruction for all forms of media. Here we go:The Three problems with how we learn art: pt.22 years ago in Personal More Like This
I believe there are T
Inspiration: art blogs (part 1)Dear, deviantart fellow artistsInspiration: art blogs (part 1)1 year ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Here are some of my favorite art blogs that inspire me and I hope that these resources might be helpful for you too.
A fantasy art collective that brings together an all-star line-up of illustrators and designers with daily insights into the thinking behind the art of contemporary fantastic art. Great insights from spectacular artists, such as beyond creative and inspiring DanLuVisiArt .
Website - muddycolors.blogspot.com.
Here is a cool video - painting demo by Rebecca Guay on their youtube channel.
A daily weblog by Dinotopia creator
Exploring Art 59: Treating yourself rightHey guys.Exploring Art 59: Treating yourself right9 months ago in Personal More Like This
So, a few months ago I asked you all to tell me what you thought about your art. There were a few people who were happy about their art, but the overwhelming majority felt a sense of disappointment, frustration, upset. They were unhappy with their work.
That's a hard thing to feel, to be unhappy with the thing that you do out of love. I've felt that before so I know how crushing it can be and how hard it can be to pick yourself up and continue trying. One thing I noticed, when I feel that way, is that it's often born out of a lack of direction, and a lack of understanding of what I've done right in the past. It's so easy to see all the wrong choices you've made, we're practically hardwired to go 'oh god that was so awful'. The problem is, how can your artistic career (be it writing or drawing) grow into a beautiful tree, if you don't have faith in the roots that support it?
So I'd like you all to do a little exercise. I'd like you all to take a step back into your past, and p
1000 Words books now at Amazon and SacAnimeThe full shipment of 1000 Words has arrived! Now you can order the books at Amazon http://www.amazon.com/1000-Words-Wenqing-Yan/dp/0981959997 or at 4DE.com http://4de.com/product_details.php?pid=1111000 Words books now at Amazon and SacAnime3 years ago in Personal More Like This
For those who can make it to the SacAnime convention in Sacramento, California this Jan 4-6th 2013, we will also be selling the books plus other prints in the Exhibitor Hall at booth B20! http://www.sacconventions.com/?page_id=4961 Come by and check us out! (And it's the Vendors section, not Artist Alley because we couldn't get a table in time )
Thank you all for the amazing support for this book. If you have ordered anything from the 4DE.com and have not received your shipment yet, please e-mail sales@4DE.com and they will help you
Getting involved with the Community and stuffHeya. So as some of you know, my Community Volunteer work is almost done, expires in 2 days time, back to being a :iconheartless-plz:.Getting involved with the Community and stuff1 year ago in Personal More Like This
I realise that there are many people out there who ain't aware of the Community, be it the contests thats happening or the charity events that are going on, or even just Deviantart News. In fact before I became a CV, even I wasn't aware of what is going on in Deviantart land, I was just in my own little dark basement drawing alone in my underwear not realising there are life outside of my cave. So to keep it simple. Here are a few groups to get your going. Getting involved with the community also gives you an extra boost in exposure to your art by the way. Its great.
:icongetdailydeviations: Is a great group to follow, as you can submit art in the group for a possible chance of getting a Daily Deviation, and a DD REALLY helps in letting people see your art. I mean look, you can be Michelangelo uploading the Sistine Chapel on Deviantart, the people who s
The Muses Love Alternatives, CXXXVThe Muses Love Alternatives, CXXXV7 months ago in Art Features More Like This
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Exploring Art 60: Always Success?I've been sitting here all morning, twisted about with nerves on a new venture that I'm about to undertake. Do I tell you all about it before it happens, and risk public failure if I do not succeed? Or do I keep quiet and wait until I have a triumphant success to shout to the rooftops?Exploring Art 60: Always Success?8 months ago in Personal More Like This
This is a question that plagues me every time I work on something new, and is one of the reasons I was so hesitant to even DO kickstarter. What if I fail? What if I post up this project and you all watch me crash and burn? There is nothing I hate more than public humiliation and failing in public would be emotionally devastating. So it took me weeks and weeks to do a simple kickstarter and build up the nerve to post it.
It occurs to me, that part of why I feel this way, is that myth that if you are a 'real' artist, then everything you do must be a success. Everything you touch turns to gold, every sketch, every doodle is priceless. You cannot fail, for you are a master at your craft and even the worst of
Artbook Giveaway!!!Artbook Giveaway!!!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
:iconCutebow2plz: Free artbook raffle is now closed, the winner will be announced soon!:iconCutebow2plz:
:iconThePrincessProject: is holding it's first giveaway! You could win a artbook which contains artworks of original princesses from several artists here on Deviantart. We'll even pay for shipping!
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Interrupting the Fallbrittle carcassesInterrupting the Fall2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
of autumn trees,
naked and bare,
swaying, contorting, like my feeble frame -
bending and breaking, breaking and bending,
under the pressure of
the words i speak to myself:
simply cold, and harsh,
like an early winter,
interrupting the fall.
Guide MeThe shadows of my past, like trembling fingers, strum the song of warfare with my heartstrings and piano-key-ribs.Guide Me2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
The ghosts of empty faces, empty shells, waltz to the tune of my miseries.
The war raging inside my head, like the waves of an ocean crashing against the sides of skull, cause me to drown in insecurities so deep within my tired vessel.
I am tired of this warfare.
I am tired of playing the role of some valiant soldier.
I am dimming under the power of the shadows, of the ghosts, of the war inside me –
And my only beacon is you, dear mother.
When the fire rages on, and the music is gone, I will always look to you for guidance – and you will guide me to safety, always ending the war within me.
ITALY, Outnumbered, Disney Animation artUPDATE:ITALY, Outnumbered, Disney Animation art2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Hey everyone. I just got in last night from a PERFECT week in Italy with my bride of 25 years (this summer)! The incredible organizers/owners of the Nemoland Event (part of the Nemo Academy art school in Florence, Italy) invited me to give a couple days of workshops and stick around for a few days to take in the incredible sights/histroy of Italy! It was, without a doubt, the most incredible trip I could have ever dreamed of, for both my wife and I! We made so many great new Italian friends and I know we will keep those friendships for the rest of our lives. Nemo was top notch in everything they did and treated us like royalty. The great character designer, Florian Saltzinger, attended "for fun" so we got to finally meet. He and his wife were wonderful. Also giving a workshop there was Legendary Anime director Isao Takahata (co-founder of Studio Ghibli) and his life long friend, anime and video game artis
Sleeplessshe spends those sleepless nightsSleepless3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
caught in her little worlds,
cursed by the moonlight, dying in the twilight –
and the darken figure within her dreams
and the stories she spins of courageous men
end only in tragedies
(melodies are lost).
but the little bird which rests in her hands
awakens her from within,
hope fills her lungs, her heart, her soul –
when the time arrives and her bird sings
the softest tune,
she will become imprisoned