A few backgrounds I painted (literally from 2015) and am still happy with that was released in the new “Tangled” series music video! There’s a lot more to post after the first~second episode is out, so WATCH OUT FOR MORE.
Quick Lighting test based off of a frame from Tangled. Process gif shows how I was trying to think about light: local colors, desaturate to match environment, fill light, primary local light and details.
Here’s a tutorial on how to edit sketches on photoshop, including clean up, changing the background, and colouring “behind” the sketch. Pretty sure most of these techniques will also work on most editing software too.
While designing Rapunzel, Keane was inspired by a book that instructs readers on the idea of “feminine beauty”. The book explains that “the key to beauty is strangeness in a woman’s face.” Taking this into consideration, Keane kept a sense ofasymmetry in mind while drawing Rapunzel, incorporating into her design several subtle imperfections, most notably in her teeth that are bucked and “not quite perfect” She was also drawn with an assortment of freckles.Keane designed Rapunzel with large eyes in order to convey her “irrepressible quality”. He discovered a similar trait in Mandy Moore’s voice, allowing Keane to also use her as inspiration.