|Drawn on my iPad|
Friday, August 24, 2012
Thursday, August 16, 2012
There are musicians and performers all over Disney. They bring so much life and character to the parks! They pop in and out of nowhere, and I drop everything to chase them around. Here are a few drawings.
|The Magic Kingdom Philharmonic|
|The Magic Kingdom Barbershop Quartet on Main Street USA|
|The Animal Kingdom African Drummers in Harambe Village|
|The MGM Hollywood Studios Actor|
Sunday, August 12, 2012
|Temple of Heaven, China|
There is something about rain drops on paper that just make the drawing sing. A storm came and went while I did this panoramic in Chinese pavilion of Epcot in Walt Disney World. By the time I was done, people stomped already dry pavement in glistening sun.
|Chinese Pavilion in EPCOT (Experimental Prototype Community Of Tomorrow)|
Saturday, August 11, 2012
Here's a real learning drawing: I was grinding my teeth while doing it, figuring out the space and the constantly moving conveyer belt of people along the winding layers of stairs, standing on top of this Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse in Magic Kingdom, under the beating sun rays in nearly 100F degree heat. The best way to learn something is to step out of your comfort zone. This treehouse is like an incarnation of Escher's drawing, which is a nightmare and great fun to draw, all at once. I *could* do without the heat, but hey - might have been worse: one of those torrential downpours that faithfully came and went every afternoon during our trip. Actually, the next drawing I'll be posting happened during a storm.