Nani: Did you catch fire again?
David: No just the stage.
I adore Lilo and Stitch
. I love pretty much everything about this little movie. It was so different, funny, sweet, and heartwarming.
And Chris Sander's style? Woo, I was kinda sad that I was taking these characters and putting them into my 'blah' style. X3
You know, even when I was little (during my age of, 'I hate everything!!') I found David attractive. Besides the fact that he's just as sweet as can be, I think it's his man necklace. X3
And Nani?Taking care of her little sister, shouldering all that responsibility thrown at her, dealing with an alien... She's pretty awesome.
When I read that Lilo and Stitch
was the first Disney movie since Dumbo
to have watercolor backgrounds, I knew that I wanted to whip out my watercolors and pay homage to that. <:^)
I've... never really been very good with watercolors. So, when I got to this point (to the point where I'm happy with it), I told myself to stop, while I still could. with traditional media... I have the very bad habit of overworking my drawings. I don't know what it is, but that's what happens! <:^0
So, given the fact that I've never been good with my watercolors (maybe I should read some tutorials), and also given that I haven't worked with them in... oh, five years or so, I think that this came out alright. I like it, anyway. ^__^
Oh, and this served as a good means as to winding down after a frustrating day of graphing sinx and cosx. >:^PCouples CollectionCommission Information
Pencil, watercolor, colored pencils and some white charcoal.
Nani and David (c) `alohalilo
Artwork (C) Meeeee.