I like the elegant expressivenessCiaoPaolo
Great stuff Sandro....I'm blown away by your wolf and pig characters, so appealing!
those are beautiful expressions
That top image looks like it could be a scene from what I've always hoped somebody would do - a fully animated 40's era Film Noir feature, with guns, a slightly seedy hero, a sexy femme fatale, dramatic lighting and an appropriately sinister music score. Though I wish Disney would take on the challenge, I doubt that they'd want to tamper with their kid-friendly image, which I can understand but still think it's a shame they don't broaden their range a bit. Again I am in awe of your cartooning skills, Sandro!
Hey Pete,Maybe we can make that film one day! I think it would be a great idea for a fresh traditional animated film.Thanks for you kind comments.best.
I love your characters, these are amazing !
Great characters, specially the last one, feels so unique. And the fairy is amazing as well, so "sexy", haha.Parabens! Seus trabalhos sao muito inspiradores!
Fantastic stuff, Sandro. It inspires me to work harder and think outside the box when it comes to my fledgling attempts at drawing & animation! :)
Fun! That second image (Pig and Dog) really captures my attention. Perhaps it's the contrast between the characters that really sets the stage? Even their expressions are extreme opposites of each other. I'm not sure what exactly it is... but, I'm likin' it!
These are great!May I ask what were they for??
Hey Ki Innis,These are just stuff I do once in a while to keep me going after some boring assignments I get sometimes. I keep drawing every day, sometimes is just an idea I get and I put down on paper. Thanks for checking it.
THESE ARE GORGEOUS!! I love the fairy! I cant get over how much personality each drawing has!
Nice drawing..but I have observe something psychological appeal.Regards,Wisconsin Dells
All of these are fantastic, Sandro. The one I especially like is the tiny bit of detail you added to the girl in the first drawing. I like how you have her biting her lower lip ever so slightly! Also, you can't help but dig the naughty pixie drawing. Imagine if Marc Davis had presented a model sheet of Tinker Bell to Walt like that! :)
Good idea..Wisconsin Dells