I was recently invited to join Teepublic which has been exciting. Starting off with some of my older designs the first T-shirt is now available in a variety of colours and for only $14 for the next three days.
It’s world book day today (in the UK) and my son’s school did a thing where the kids were allowed to go in dressed as characters in books. In reality this turned out to be that in the reception class my son is in (4-5-year olds) most girls showed up dressed in Disney princess dresses and most boys in Marvel/DC superhero outfits. In the school yard I overheard one of the boys make a comment to a girl that she couldn’t be a princess since she had short hair. The bell rang that instant and all the kids ran off so I was just left there steaming with a piece on my mind I couldn’t get out there and then. So here’s Disney Princesses with short hairstyles.
Yes, just not Victorian.
Thanks for the compliments!
Alas here we have yet another reason why REBLOGging rather than REPOSTing is the better option when there’s a choice. My original post can be found here so you can all kindly stop reblogging this (originally) uncredited and unsourced rubbish. Thank you.
My dash is full of pretty autumn fashion pictures so I spent the evening sketching fancy dress princesses in SAI. About 30mins each.
Rough toile de jouy-style ideas I’ve been messing around with. Needs gazillion more details though. x_x
Princesses do the rococo part II, this one’s with the “classic” princesses Snow White, Cinderella and Aurora. First one with Disney’s “renaissance” ladies Belle, Ariel and Jasmine here.
Inspired by late 1700s French fashion illustrations (but not aimed to be a direct reproduction), fine marker and watercolour.
The recently re-redesigned Princesses sans Poca’s feathers. Playing with shapes is much too addictive. Hazelnut brown ink with watercolours and gel pens.