Princess Unikitty (simply known as Unikitty) is a brick-built figure that was released in 2014 as part of the The LEGO Movie theme. She is one of the three secondary tritagonists of The LEGO Movie (the other two being MetalBeard and Benny) and a supporting character in The LEGO Movie 2: The...
© Walt Disney Animation Studios Concept by Bill Schwab by Shiyoon Kim & Bill Schwab by Bill Schwab by Lorelay Bove by L...
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this was inspired while i was asked to help with the set design for Beauty and the Beast at my school in March (2009) its pen and took me about 30 minutes Beauty and the Beast Rose
Some more Beauty and the Beast drawings. I wasn't brave enough to shade this guy lol So, I figured it's decent lineart. If you want to color it that's f... Lumiere lineart
Learn how to draw Minnie Mouse with this step-by-step tutorial and video.
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Some years ago I had the chance to ask a few key artists from the Bambi crew to sign my copy of Frank & Ollie's book. Quite the title page! The inscription on top of the page was written by Frank Thomas. Donnie Dunagan is the voice of Bambi, and Peter Behn did Thumper. Then there is Mel Shaw as well as Tyrus Wong. I am not sure who created this amazing artwork for the romantic sequence in the film (I bring You a Song). All I know is that such a sentimental treatment can go down the drain…
Learn how to draw Belle from Beauty and the Beast with this step-by-step tutorial and video.
4,608 Likes, 143 Comments - Megan Withey (@meganwithey_fineart) on Instagram: “I couldn't decide which one to post so here's Chip without the frame :)”
72.4k Likes, 240 Comments - Art Sharing Gallery (@arts_visualization) on Instagram: “Cute work by @lilz_art #art #artist_4_shoutout #blvart #art_spotlight #art_collective #art_empire…”