Certainly. Overall, I was still learning how to draw - so if I wanted to draw a character in a certain pose or with a certain expression I could go into the actual movie to find the reference I needed.
The importance of reference cannot be overstated if you're drawing characters that were not created by you. It's very easy to go off model. I wanted my drawings to be as accurate as could be
I had this movie when I was really young. I used to watch it so much because I LOVED Tod. I think he's the reason foxes are my favorite animal... I watched it about maybe two years ago after not having watched it for years since my childhood and I cried my eyes out!!
Its a really good movie. I just saw it and was kinda blown away. What is interesting, because I saw, again, The Secret of NIMH yesterday. A really good movie too, and wast expecting this one to compare. It did, somehow. They're both very dark and emotional movies. I get the sense they weren't exactly made for children. But I think children should see them anyway. Thei're full of meaningful messages. Very good cinema there.
This picture is just incredible. The drawing is very good and light... the light gives it an extra edge. Really dramatic. Nice work
PenofGoldFeatured By OwnerJun 28, 2010Student Traditional Artist
So if you saw a 'good' one...?
O.K. I admit. I've been considering writing one. My ideas are probably just above sub par level with Direct-2-DVD's, but I would a lot more scenes like the Tod and Copper fight scene and the bear scene. It probably wouldn't be any darker then the original, it'd just have more fight and action scenes.
Thank you so much, if you're into The Fox and the Hound fan-art, be sure to check out my friend's page as well . I agree that it's one of Disney's greatest, and there sure isn't a whole lot of us producing fan-art for it .