tenía que hacerlo
I watched Brave for the second time recently and, while I was disappointed the first time I saw it in theaters, I liked it much better this time around and the story has really begun to grow on me and I’m starting fall in love with it.
You might notice me trying out new style and techniques based around some of my favorite artists for a while because I’m working on stretching the creative muscles and stepping out of my comfort zone. The design style in the piece was inspired by the amazing Shoomlah’s Toile designs
I was going to use a different secondary color, but gold seemed to be the only one that universally combined well with all the other colors :/ and I also decided to keep Merida’s hair red since its such a symbolic part of not only her character but the movie
I actually just looked this up and found out some interesting things.
Young MacGuffin speaks in a North East Doric dialect which obviously is hard to understand. Originally he was going to just speak gibberish but his voice actor, Kevin McKidd, suggested he try a few lines in Doric and Pixar loved it and kept it. Found a couple translations too, but only one of them applies to this gif set and that’s the third one after Merida gave her speech about letting them choose who they marry:
“It’s just not fair making us fight for the hand of a girl who doesn’t want anything to do with it. You know?”
I just want to hug him
1955 Ford La Tosca
Baby Stockings is the unofficial name of this pony.
hey retro-wearing ladies, I have a quick question
where do you guys get those cute sheer head scarves?
Black teens watching a high school football game. Chicago, 1946. By Wayne Miller via Bygone Americana
Nathan: Well, I’ve always dug the beauty and elegance of post - war American design. People had a sense of timeless style and civilized decorum back then.
Daria: Well yeah but you also had the timeless style of cold war conformity and the civilized decorum of segregation.
Name: FAB Ika-Gilas