At a glance I thought these were photos and slowly realised they weren’t. They incite intense curiosity in me and I dig that.
Glen Keane’s example of Rapunzel using her hair.
Some time ago I drew these Harry Potter characters, but I don’t think I ever put them all on Tumblr in one big thing, just a few here and there and a photo of the paper figures that I made from them.
With these drawings, I was trying to follow the physical descriptions given in the books while diverging as much as possible from the movie and original illustration versions. With the three main kids, I don’t think I did much by way of giving any of them a new spin - something I might try to rectify some time down the road - but I had fun drawing all of them, and that’s the important thing, ain’t it?
Stepan Kolesnikov (Ru. 1879-1955), Winter Landscape, gouache, 1941
I know my blog is mostly forests right now, but holy shit
AND IN GOUACHE, NO LESS
This is one of the best design lessons you can ever learn. Straights vs. curves.
gfghhff those illustrationsss hffff
i always keep this in mind when designing characters or just drawing anything. it really is one the best things you can ever know.
aaahhh!! So beautiful and insightful
bluhh for last saturday….
i’ll focus on making ‘em less stiff next time