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  • [Fun] Disney attraction portraits

    I've started work on a series of Disney attraction cartoon portraits and am posting the first of the series now. I have a few done already, but as big an undertaking as most of them are, I'm going to dole them out slowly to give myself time to finish the rest. Without further ado, here's the first: the world-famous Jungle Cruise:



    Can also be seen on my personal website or a larger version at My DeviantArt account.

    Hope you like it! More to come!
    Last edited by clockworkmonkey; 05-26-2010, 10:45 AM.

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    That's pretty cool!
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      I like that a lot! The fun cartoon style is great. I can't wait to see the others as you come out with them!

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        Nice work!

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          Great job!!!

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            I like that you used the different skipper costumes (well 3 of them anyhow there are actually a lot more). You would have scored higher marks if you put the props back on top of the Adventure style boats... oh and ditch Elli! That said thank you for including Sam's mask and overall good job.
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              Thanks for the kind words, everybody.

              Tech, not a fan of Ellie? She's mostly there for an elephant presence in the picture, though I don't mind the little squirt too much. I definitely prefer the old masked version of Sam too. It's amazing how many skipper costumes there have been through the years. I imagine the skip on that blue boat probably has a Hawaiin shirt on and a traditional captain's hat.

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                Very very fun! I like it.


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                  I appreciate that you used the old style striped awnings on two of the boats! They were my favorites. I look forward to more pictures.

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                    Nice!!

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                      Thanks everybody.

                      HiddenMickeyBook , I too prefer the colorful old canopies, though I did include one modern boat too. I mixed in a little old, a little new, a little California, and a little Florida.

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                        I faved this on deviantArt, but I don't mind heaping more praise on it here. It's a terrific tribute to a ride that doesn't get anywhere near as much fan love as it deserves.
                        Like this post? Read more like it at The Disneyland Dilettante!

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                          That is really terrific! I love the design and execution, the style is so perfect for a fun spot like the Jungle Cruise and you did a phenomenal job including things that most people won't even notice but that have great meaning (as the above posts indicate)

                          I'm really looking forward to POTC and HM, my two favorites, as well as any others. Please please keep posing as you finish.

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                            Time for portrait #2, the Haunted Mansion:



                            "When hinges creak in doorless chambers and strange and frightening sounds echo through the halls, whenever candlelights flicker where the air is deathly still, that is the time when ghosts are present, practicing their terror with ghoulish delight!" Welcome, foolish mortals, to my Haunted Mansion attraction portrait. A handful of the attraction's 999 happy haunts have come out to socialize with you, including the famous hitchhiking ghosts, the mysterious hat box ghost, and the original version of the attic's beating-heart bride. In the background are (from left to right), Walt Disney World's mansion exterior, the Disneyland original, and the Disneyland Paris ride remix known as Phantom Manor.

                            As you can probably tell, this is a combination of two physical drawings, one drawing of anything that's a solid object (the caretaker, the singing busts, the graves, etc.) and another of just the ghosts. Put them together, adjust the opacity of the ghosts, and taa-daa: see-through apparitions! Can also be seen on my personal website or a larger version, at my DeviantARt account.

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                              Very fun pictures! I can't wait to see more
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