I wanted to do drawings for inktober, but don't really have any inks with me at the moment. So even though this was done digitally it was done in the spirit of inktober :)
I found a list of inspirations of what to draw and one of the subjects matters was "Manga". So the following drawing is inspired by Rumiko Takahashi's Ranma 1/2. The whole cast of Ranma ½ is so funny and brilliant and makes me laugh so much!
This drawing is Ranma trying to do Akane’s hair before school. As you can see she’s going to end up with a beautiful hairstyle! ^^
I’m not really sure if this is very successful, but I tried to do a somewhat abstract/impressionistic painting of
If I have time, I would love to do more drawings of her and the other “ The Force awakens” cast. I’m so excited for the next movie. But the waiting is so hard xD!
The little girl in the film “The little prince” never had an official
name. In my mind she was secretly named Amelia in honour of Amelia
Earhart. This is a picture of Amelia going off to college. She still has
the aviators scarf and the fox never leaves her side.
I think she would have become a wonderful grown-up that never lost track of the wonder this world has to offer :)
For those of you who don't know I got the chance to animate on the movie. It
was such an honour to work on this project and I cannot
describe to you how happy I am for the
director Mark Osborne, who poured his heart and soul into this film. I
have so many wonderful memories from working on this film and I hope
that it will touch your hearts as much as it touched the people that
made this film.
This picture was made in dedication to our animation director Jason Boose who is filled with patience and really wants each animators voice to be heard. Thank you Jason!!
I had a little bit of time to play around with new brushes and some colour. I always thought I was a drawer and never believed I had either a colour sense nor that I would be able to paint. But after learning how to draw I feel like as long as you put enough time into something there is nothing you can't learn.
It's been so fun delving more into the colour side of art these past few months.