"The Flintstones" (1960-1966)
Model Sheets from before they changed the title from “The Gladstones” to “The Flintstones”
Ariel ,Cinderella, and Belle done in the art nouveau style of Alphonse Mucha.
Here’s some tips, of course nothing professional, but things I’ve learned myself.
Hope it helps some of you guys. ovo
Stsly I s2g I fucking give up
i need to cry for an hour
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME
Colored pencil Daft Punk drawing by Andrew Wilson
The Lion King concept art & visual development Pt. II
Model Sheet Monday!
I’ve got a double dose of the old “Disney Afternoon” for you today.
"Chip n’ Dale Rescue Rangers" (1989-1992)
"Darkwing Duck" (1991-1995)
Finished drawing on the covers of my notebooks. The first one is for japanese class and the second one for spanish.
Tarzan: Jane concept art
The Disney Art of James Coleman
Hayao Miyazaki’s Retirement Announced
[AFP] - Japanese animation and manga master Hayao Miyazaki is retiring, the head of his production company said on Sunday at the Venice film festival, where his last work Kaze Tachinu (The Wind Rises) was being shown. "Miyazaki has decided that Kaze Tachinu will be his last film, and he will now retire," said Mr Koji Hoshino, head of Studio Ghibli co-founded by Mr Miyazaki.
The 72-year-old Mr Miyazaki has won hearts and accolades around the world in a career that began in the 1960s. His Body of work includes; Spirited Away, Ponyo, Howl’s Moving Castle, Princess Mononoke & My Neighbor Totoro.
A piece of manga history is soon to be replaced.
Shogakukan’s HQ Building, which has been “home” to many of Japan’s most popular manga titles (which in turn have been made into classic anime) for 46 years, is set to be demolished & rebuilt into a shiny new HQ building soon. And to celebrate this, some of Shogakukan’s manga artists were given permission to go nuts and draw ANYWHERE and EVERYWHERE all over Shogakukan’s 1st Floor Lobby. They held an event for only 2 days called “Graffiti Tournament! Thank you Shogakukan building!”, where fans could buy tickets and come see these drawings before the building gets torn down.
It’s an amazing display, featuring art by Naoki Urusawa (Yawara!, 20th Century Boys, Monster, Pluto), Fujiko Fujio A (Ninja Hattori-Kun, Manga Michi) Masami Yuki (Birdy the Mighty, Patlabor), Mine Yoshizaki (Versus Knight Lamune & 40 Fire, Sgt. Frog), Kazuhiko Shimamoto (Kamen Rider ZO, SkullMan), Rumiko Takahashi (Urusei Yatsura, Maison Ikkoku, Ranma 1/2), Riyoko Ikeda (The Rose of Versailles, Oniisama E), Shinohara Chie (Red River), Shigeru Mizuki (Gegege no Kitaro) and many others. See if you can spot their art and messages! You can see even more photos of art here.
19 Disney Characters That Could Have Looked Completely Different - From Buzzfeed