We went to see it with Steph and Stu. You guys should check it out too!
See those ears? We had to fight our way through a very physically challenging game of bag tossing to earn them. Stu didn't have the heart to push those little kids out of the way to play that game so he just borrowed Ryan's.
This morning, to celebrate the opening of the movie, the studio gives us limited edition lithograph of Paul Felix's painting. I love this painting (it's been on the gigantic wall at work)and I haven't seen it out there as a poster so I took a photo of the print to share here. Oh and Happy Carmageddon weekend everyone!
2 really cool ladies I know are getting married, well, at two separate weddings.
Since I'm a bridesmaid to one of them, I get to look at a lot of wedding dress catalogs/magazines lately. And OMG, there are some very interesting choices out there.
Like this one. Obviously, this isn't exactly what was in the magazine 'cause I drew it from my memory. But if you think "what the hell is the thingy on her head?", then you get the idea.
And Google images never let you down when it comes to weird stuff. I found this when I did a search for wedding dresses. How awesome. I draw this one just for fun. I've been settling into a new job in the past month or so and haven't had much time to draw chicks on a blog (or anything on a blog) and our blog can always use more girl drawings:)
Fawn Veerasunthorn and Ryan Green display their artwork under the alias, "Bluefoot Studios," just to be confusing. In addition to their independent art, Fawn and Ryan are currently story artists at Walt Disney Animation Studios.