The Illusionist / L’Illusionniste. Directed by Sylvain Chomet. Created by Pathé and Django Films
Oh my goodness.
in tribute to this post, have some more color palettes that i’ve been keeping locked up for a while, hehe
a quick and sloppy tutorial on drawing profiles for the anon who requested it. hope this helps some people!
These guidelines work at any angle, not just profiles!
some tips i gave my friend today and additional notes that i was lazy to handwrite:
- hairline depends on how big someone’s forehead is
- people have diff hairlines. some have triangle, heart, square shaped ones
- parting/flow line can start almost anywhere on the scalp
- if you dont find a parting line not only will the hair look weird, it’ll also make it harder to draw
- volume is very important bc it gives your character life
- try not to over-detail hair bc it makes it busier and hard to look at
really fast bunny tutorial/guide/thing. really i just wanted to emphasize the paw pad thing but i ended up doing this whole thing
please reblog this to spread knowledge
MOUTHS since so many people ask me how I draw them, here are some mouths that i basically find inspiration from—my own
A nice fuck-ton of real mouth references.
a passionate physical and emotional love based on aesthetic enjoyment; stereotype of romantic love
a love that is played as a game or sport; conquest; may have multiple partners at once
an affectionate love that slowly develops from friendship, based on similarity
love that is driven by the head, not the heart
obsessive love; experience great emotional highs and lows; very possessive and often jealous lovers
selfless altruistic love; spiritual
why is the snow leopard “ounce”
Ounce is the traditional name for the snow leopard. Although not really in common use anymore it is still an acceptable alternative name for the species.
I assume since “snow leopard” wouldn’t have fitted into the space it made sense for the person who made it to use ounce instead.
A fuck-ton of feline comparison references.