Sooooo how about that Hattice, eh?
Day 2 Centaur
Based on an Indian wedding dress I saw that inspired this for me.
“He’s always making the expression that he’s drawing… he’s making the expression even more than what he’s drawing. We didn’t set this up, he’s really doing this.”
—John Kahr, when talking about Glen Keane
I love to do this! Somehow it helps you with drawing expressions. Knowing that Glen Keane does this makes the only difference between him and I the fact that he is actually a really super mega awesomely amazing artist!! UHHH!! Obviously I am beyond frustrated about that…
Who is that girl I see staring straight back at me?
When will my reflection show who I am inside?
The side with Mulan was several pictures taken by Loren that I pieced together and I took the picture of Ping and edited this monster together.
Lighting up the Skin
Humans have practiced tattooing for thousands of years, but recently many people have been seeking subtler types that can’t be seen in normal light, such as glow-in-the-dark or Ultra Violet tattoos. While traditional tattoo ink consists of metallic pigments combined with a carrier solution, glow-in-the-dark ink utilises the process of phosphorescence, absorbing light and later emitting it as a glow in darkened conditions. UV ink, on the other hand, utilises the process of fluorescence and can only be seen under a blacklight—highly energetic UV light that lies just above visible light on the electromagnetic spectrum (i.e. just above violet). Fluorescent substances absorb this light and then re-emit it, and because some energy is lost in the process, the re-emitted light has a longer wavelength and so becomes visible. The vibrancy of UV tattoo ink depends on the colour, and the tattoos are nearly invisible in normal light, although scarring from the application process can still show. Dozens of everyday materials produce a fluorescent glow such as soda, detergents, and white paper—so it’s perhaps unsurprising that while there are safety concerns over phosphorous inks, UV inks seem to be far safer. However, they do currently have a reputation for irritation and complications, so the process is far from perfect just yet—but it looks awesome.
I WANT A SKULL ON MY FACE
i just really want black light tattoos okay
Glen Keane discusses animation tests for Tarzan.
Glen Keane animates Ariel
I FORGOT HE DID ARIEL OMG THIS IS GOING TO BE SO USEFUL IN THE FUTURE
My ultimate goal in life is to become an amazing artist/animator, such as Glean Keane. He is a serious inspiration for me, and I am always so awestruck when I see him work. Glen Keane is probably who I look to the most when trying to see how to show emotion in my art. For him, being an artist is a passion, not a job. I am honestly so unconditionally amazed by him!! For me, he makes my interest in art an obsession.
Glen Keane animates a dancer
I can’t stop watching this man’s work like wow I’m not animating because I just love watching his animations too mUC H
from woody himself.
I know this is in reference to the whole rumour regarding shouting “Andy’s coming” and all but, taken out of context, and paired with Woody’s face, this is a pretty creepy picture.
Absolem watches A Bug’s Life. Wrapped in a blanket. Like a cocoon.
EEEEEEEEE!! SO CUTE!!!