wannabeanimator:

The Sword in the Stone (1963) | visual development

via Deja View

This is one of many gorgeous paintings Walt Peregoy produced to help set the style for the 1963 Disney film The Sword in the Stone. Walt was the color stylist on the previous movie 101 Dalmatians, where he had  established a modernist approach toward scene settings. Here you can see how he he continued experimenting with shapes, textures and colors. For a vis dev piece this painting is unusually large, 25 x 11”. 

jellydraws:

This one isn’t that silly…. But I still think its good! I like doodling these comics. They’re like fun little warm ups and cool downs, especially when I’m running low on free time.

I really like my plants, especially the ones I started from seeds!! All along the way, I found the process very relevant. It took a couple months worth of trying, but they finally sprouted and it was great! So if something doesn’t work out, try again, you never know!  

elioli-art:

Some expression stuff we did 2 to 3 years ago.  Also been meaning to update some pictures in our gallery because they lead to an expired website, and a lot of pictures need to be fixed as well with putting appropriate signatures..

http://elioliart.blogspot.com/

Ten pictures that will make you love advertising

(Source: iampox)

grizandnorm:

Lumberjack sketches (brush pen, marker)In preparation for an upcoming 8-page comic book project, I’m trying to find a way to design a group of about 8 lonely lumberjacks who will make a deal with the Devil to see their loved ones for a night. If this was a longer story, I feel like the designs could be vastly different from each other, but I think I will end up designing them as a group with slight variations, to simplify the storytelling, probably closer to the last drawing on the bottom right.-Norm

grizandnorm:

Lumberjack sketches (brush pen, marker)

In preparation for an upcoming 8-page comic book project, I’m trying to find a way to design a group of about 8 lonely lumberjacks who will make a deal with the Devil to see their loved ones for a night. If this was a longer story, I feel like the designs could be vastly different from each other, but I think I will end up designing them as a group with slight variations, to simplify the storytelling, probably closer to the last drawing on the bottom right.

-Norm

snaggle-teeth:

guiltregret:

50 Scooby Doo Background Paintings

Not many people realize how cool these are. I love Scooby Doo.

vincentsillustration:

Back from my posting hiatus. Enjoy these extra fun workshop drawings with the ever so lovely jchanarts. Check her out, she’s bananas in pajamas.

joewhyteillustration:

There’s been some nice weather recently here in Melbourne, so i took the opportunity to sit out on the lawn of the state library and draw in the sunshine. These were about trying to capture the essence of the people quickly with a brush marker. I ended up to filling an entire sketchbook in a single session - i’m pretty sure i haven’t done that since i was a little kid.

(Source: tsliang)

awwww-cute:

I asked my friend if she was having a good day today. All she replied with was this

awwww-cute:

I asked my friend if she was having a good day today. All she replied with was this

kngmnmlst:

kngmnmlst:

MY MUM WENT INTO MY ROOM 
AND SHE THOUGHT I SNEAKED OUT

kngmnmlst:

kngmnmlst:

MY MUM WENT INTO MY ROOM

AND SHE THOUGHT I SNEAKED OUT