Minions! Last time I showed you guys how I draw a pretty pin up girl. This time I’m going the opposite direction and showing you how to draw a big ugly Incredible Hulk! Most of the principles are the same, just the proportions of the anatomy are a wee bit different. Well, more than a wee bit. More like a tad!
Again just like the last Demo, this is by no means a finished piece. Just a quick sketch with only the pencil tool and eraser tool. No fancy tools or filters or whatever. Just plain good old fashioned drawing and my thought process behind it. Enjoy!
1938 WALT DISNEY STUDIOS EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK!
I came a cross this old 18 PAGE Disney Studios Employee Handbook from 1938! It’s a brief outline of the Studio’s principal departments and an explanation to artists of its employment policies! The drawings are all production drawings!
Get a load of the beautiful pencil sketches! Look at the appeal and solid draftsmanship! The characters look alive and fun to draw don’t they!
I love this Mickey model! Right before they changed the proportions and eyes to look more “human”. To me this was the pinnacle of Mickey’s awesomeness!
This Goofy blows me away! Everything in each drawing says dork! Look at how the hat follows the line of action!
This is some very nice cartooning kids! Inside the PDF of the booklet you’ll find mostly Snow White stuff and few pieces from their shorts and Silly Symphonies! This is a great little collection of animation drawings from the Golden Age of Disney Animation! I suggest you guys practice drawing these pics, and learn from them!
The last page is a flowchart that shows the pecking order at the studio and just how important Walt was to everyday operations! This is unreal!
If you’re hungry for more cartoon knowledge…..
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