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Brittney Lee

Brittney Lee
Well, this past week has certainly been one wild ride. In the last of my posts on the process of working on Frozen, I wanted to talk about sisters. The relationship between Anna and Elsa was what originally compelled me to join the Frozen team, and what was at once an interesting and novel concept quickly turned into a relationship that I was remarkably (almost eerily) familiar with. The Lee Girls - circa 1989 I am an older sister. I am an older, artistic, control freak, and annoyingly perfect-in-every-way sister.

adamanddog.tumblr Check out this amazing write-up by Jenny Lerew for Adam and Dog. It features a gallery of visual development art for the film. 3:36 am • 21 February 2013 • 378 notes Adam and Dow now available on iTunes! Adam and Dog is now available to own in HD on iTunes! We send a whole-hearted Thank you to everyone who has supported our efforts by watching our little film.

Disney Princesses In Accurate Period Costume These are very beautiful drawings! Although I am sad to see Belle looking so unlike herself. On a different note: I’d love to know what the reference was for the period costuming for each Princess. Given what I know about the stories, a lot of these seem a little inaccurate time period wise (I have no idea about the costumes other than that they look gorgeous): A Disney artist imagines Wicked as an animated film Excuse me. Contrary to your opinion, there are plenty of us "unwashed masses in the flyover states" who would adore a film adaption of Wicked! Actually, as an Unwashed my own self, I rather like the 1st one better and I can tell you without hesitation that Wicked would play much better as an animated movie in Flyover Country than the 2nd one would.

Awesome Series of STAR WARS Disney Mashup Art Artist James Silvan has created this fantastic series of Disney-inspired Star Wars art celebrating the Disney and Lucasfilm merger. The art includes Belle and Beast as Leia and Han (and Leia and Chewy), Dumbo as an X-Wing, Timon and Pumbaa as R2-D2 and C3PO, Donald Duck as General Grievous, Lilo and Stitch as Luke and Leia, and a couple more fun designs! Languages Online Sorry, we could not find the page you requested because: we may have moved or deleted the file you may have mis-typed the web address a link from another site may have been incorrect a search engine listing may be out of date Please try the following: Enter keywords related to the page you’re looking for into the search box Use the navigation to browse for information on your chosen topic Visit our home page to find out more about our site structure to work out where your information is located. See: The Department of Education and Training

Classic Movie and TV Characters Reimagined as Cartoons Here's a great collection of pop art, created by artist Justin White, featuring several characters and scenes from classic movies and TV series reimagined as cartoons. These illustrations are a part of White's first solo art show, called Rated G, taking place at Gallery 1988 Melrose in Los Angeles this Friday. I'm sure you'll recognize most, if not all, of the films and shows represented here. I've included 13 of my favorite pieces from the show, but you can head on over to /Film to see many more of them. Check out the collection and let us know what your favorite piece is!

Meg Park - Sketch Blog I really wanted to include more jungle creatures in my student film. Unfortunately, massive time constraints and the fact that the story didn't really call for it meant that I had to scrap the idea. Maybe this is what they could've looked like! I made these in Adobe Illustrator. I use it constantly at work, but I don't use it much it for my personal things. I've really grown to love Illustrator, and it's a nice break from Photoshop! Aron Draws Hi there, and thank you so very much! The internet is pretty dang amazing. I first met my best friend Kyle online, and he taught me a whole lot! It’s pretty amazing for me to think I might not have met him or any of my other wonderful friends (or moved out here to Burbank) if it hadn’t been for the internet. I learn a lot from people online, I get to help out a lot of people online, and the internet helped my work get seen and it’s how I got offered a job at Disney. It’s pretty rad!

Draw Me Like One Of Your French Girls It's been a while since I shared more portraits, so here's a new batch for your eyeballs. Previous collections can be viewed here, here, and here. As always, you can get your own custom portrait via the link below! Imagine Fabric Blog: How To Make a FABRIC BOWL Imagine Fabric Making a Fabric Bowl is as easy as ABC and it is a lot of fun. Just follow our step-by-step instructions and within an hour, you will be awarded with your very own Fabric Bowl. Let's get started. Select your fabric of choice - I picked some beautiful Joel Dewberry Fabric for my Fabric Bowl project. Used the size of your favorite bowl. a fun little journal about things we enjoy or do This gallery contains 5 photos. I had the pleasure of being asked to assist on Big Fish’s Fairway Solitaire game. We had two big themes coming up, Mexican Independence Day, Sept. 16th, and Talk Like a Pirate Day. The background art already existed. What I … Continue reading This gallery contains 3 photos.

How to Make an Artful Scarf from Scraps April 30th, 2009 Email 97 users recommend Kayte Terry After dissolving the stabilizer, you are left with a beautiful, one-of-a-kind scarf. Choose ribbons that are similar in shades, or you can try complementary shades, too! Feeling Just Peachy Today followtherubberduck asked: Hi~! I love your blog and the way you draw , its awesome~!So i would like to express a selfish desire of mine if you don't mind. Do you remember one of your recent comics with your oc and that other hot damn oc?