To celebrate the beginning of the Christmas holidays in France, and to resume slowly, I wished to make a small Disney fan art.
And this is... Elsa of Arendelle, The Snow Queen from FROZEN.
I hope you enjoy the artwork! I wanted to stick to the style of Disney, and especially Glen Keane (BIG FAN) but it's not perfect yet ... I still have to train! And maybe one day they contact me (in 20 years)? Who knows...
like... almost as much as Tangled? (cant decide) Fantastic animation, soundtrack, and story! <3 Once again Disney reduced me to a silly giggling little girl with an awesome movie XD Anyway, just sketched Elsa on paper and decided to throw some color on it, nothing special Hope ya like it!
I used a very plastic and simple pose on this one, but it was a practice drawing to improve my skills on more "painting-like" styles, which I still feel uncomfortable with, but I hope I will get better. I really love this tecnique and even if now it still seems too much flat, I wish I can improve on that, too.
I really loved this movie, it really brings out the Disney magic again! Truth be told, I wasn't a fan of the latest Disney movies, they seemed so cold and all centered to show off their skills at using 3D, but ironically enough, Frozen brings back the feeling of old Disney Classics and looks warmer. I loved the concept, I loved the characters, I loved all about this movie, and if this doesn't get an Oscar, then may Di Caprio leave with empty hands this year, again!
FOR SALE - $20 Acrylic on glass 8.5x8.5 * piece comes in its own frame
An attempt at doing a "liquid painting".
Some parts came out interesting, however it wasn't the effect I was hoping for. I used watered down acrylic for this, but next time around I will incorporate an acrylic gel so that the colours don't melt together so much.
Did turn out kinda neat though
Done for a small frames show at school this past winter semester.
I've not had much chance to paint since the birth of Catherine so here is one of the
concept paintings from a recent project. This image is inside a "fire dungeon"
showing the relative size of a human character inside the area. This is one of
about 10 images.
Photoshop CS - Wacom Tablet
Original Size 3200 wide.