what I did with my Sunday. : D
This is a bigger file than I usually work with, but if it's still too small to see, let me know and I'll try to adjust it.
anyway, human sketches of what the cast of "The Princess Dalmatian" would probably look like. That first picture of Bianca is definitely my favorite.
I left out Voxell because every time I drew him he came out just awful
at drawing humans, but they're actually kinda fun to draw.
I tried to make their hair, facial structure, and clothes resemble that of their canine counterparts. The eyes are identical; if I get nothing else right on a character (or any drawing, really), it has to be the eyes.
I'm pretty sure I'll draw these guys again, and the more I draw them the more defined they'll be.From top left to bottom right
-Jonathan: he gets sideburns because he pretty much as them as a Dalmatian; I wasn't sure what to do about his hair, as I wanted it to sort of resemble his Dalmatian ears but still look like a pretty normal hairdo; also, I really tried to avoid the "Flynn Ryder" cut
-Jonathan disapproving of something while Bianca gives him a quizzical look
-Lady Giovanni: the first one wasn't the way I wanted; her chin isn't that long and the dress was too "young" for someone her age, so I gave her a smaller chin, and a more appropriate dress in the next two sketches
-Figton: I have no clue what kind of hairstyle to give him, or even if I want to at all. Sorry if the blue image of him is too light...
-Bruno and Patricia, Bianca's aging parents; the lower picture of Patricia is more what I would envision her to look him
-and last, more pictures of Jonathan and Bianca. Since Jonathan has a bit of chin scruff as a dog I experimented with giving him a goatee as a human, I think he looks fine without it, though. If you can see it, the blue doodles above them are Jon and Bi as Dalmatians
this is just for fun, by the way....
If you have an critiques or advice (if you critique this, please use more than three brief sentences--explanations are welcome!), I would love
to hear it. As the artist, I only see what I see; I'd love to hear how they look from the perspective of other people!!