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Hiro was the emotional core of Disney’s Big Hero 6 and his transformation from an unfocused and grieving brother to the hero of the film makes him one of Disney’s most unique animated characters of late. Disney is continuing their … Continue reading
If he’s not blending into the background somewhere, Rapunzel’s buddy Pascal from “Tangled” was one of the best sidekicks in Disney’s recent animation library. Thanks to the Animation Academy at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Character Artist Heather Worley we can … Continue reading
He’s an alien who knows how to get into trouble. But in the end everything is alright because Ohana means family. Our learn to draw subject this week is Stitch from Disney animated feature Lilo & Stitch. Today we’re led … Continue reading
Winnie the Pooh is the original stuffed with fluff, honey loving bear and a favorite of many no matter if you discovered him from A.A. Milne’s books or Disney’s animated features. 2011’s “Winnie the Pooh” animated feature was the last … Continue reading