Monday, 16 May 2016

Doodles Of May

Hello, guys! I just came back from a meeting in Madrid and I am already preparing for my next conference in Slovenia. To be quite honest, it's not really the best time ever to work on time-consuming digital projects, so I decided to just sit down with my sketchbook on my lap while watching American reality shows on MTV. Even though I lost a good amount of brain cells while staring at my television screen, I did manage to finish five new doodles, using nothing but a ballpoint pen! :) As you can see, I am very excited about the new starter Pokémon. My favourite new Poke is Litten, but I think the other designs look very promising, as well. What Pokémon will you start your adventure with?

See you soon!


Generation 7 Starter Pokémon, May 2016
Pen on paper

When Marnie Was There, May 2016
Pen on paper

Zidane (Final Fantasy IX), May 2016
Pen on paper

Kiki's Delivery Service, May 2016
Pen on paper

Joy and Sadness (Inside Out), May 2016
Pen on paper

Sunday, 1 May 2016

What If Disney Animals Were Real People?

Lately, artists have been re-imagining Disney characters in many, MANY different ways. Think of Disney princesses who have been turned into handsome men, classic characters wearing today's fashion, an endless number of My Little Pony counterparts,... Well, I guess I've seen them all! :) Recently, my friend Eva showed me a series of drawings in which a number of Disney animals had been transformed into their humanized form. Oh my Bolt that is the best idea ever.

In this drawing, I show you my own attempt at humanizing the following characters: Marie (The Aristocats), Tumper (Bambi), Mushu (Mulan), Shenzi (The Lion King), Scar (The Lion King), and Pumbaa (The Lion King).

I did not use any references, except for the original Disney characters. My goal was to highlight some of the characters' key features, such as their hairstyle and body language. To be honest, I think that using colours would make them more easily recognizable. Think of red hair for Mushu and Pumbaa, grey and beige accents for Thumper, or Marie's pink ribbons. My personal favourite ones are Pumbaa and Mushu! They look so unique. :D What do you think?

See you!


What if Disney animals were real people?, May 2016
Pencil on paper