The Swan Princess

Not a Disney character, but I wanted to work with Odette again. :D My only version of this movie is baaaad, so I had to try and reduce the quality of all the changes that I did. Isn’t it usually the other way around?! XD

((these are so relaxing to work on in between video editing sessions))

For Disney princesses with short hair:


When people call me a (2D) animator, all I can think of is this:

My Drawing skills (traditional/Photoshop, 2012): 

My Digital Compositing skills (Adobe After Effects, 2015):

My Editing skills (Final Cut Pro X, 2014):

My 3D modelling skills (zBrush, 2013):

My 3D animation skills (Cinema4D, 2012):

And then there is this…

My 2D animation “skills” (Adobe Flash, 2015): 

So let me clerify this; I am not a traditional animator! X,D

SOURCES: (1)  (2)  (3)  (4)  (5)


Historically Accurate Non-Disney characters

Be sure to check out the links below to see my references and to read all about the process behind each character’s design: 

Tzipporah (The Prince of Egypt)

Marina (Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas)

Odette (The Swan Princess)

Anya (Anastasia)

Chel, Tulio and Miguel (The Road to El Dorado)

And view the rest of my Historically Accurate series on DeviantArt!


Under-appreciated animated films challenge
Day Two - Favorite Character(s)

One favorite character each from 6 of my favorite under-appreciated animated films.