Last September, I shared the first 10 drawings in my quest to draw 20 different Disney characters at the Animation Academy in Hollywood Studios. Just last week, I finally met my goal of bringing my total to twenty. Here are the results :) !
(The instructor assured me that Mickey Mouse is a different character than Sorcerer Mickey, who I drew for my previous post… at least from an animation perspective :). Whew!)
Okay… that one was NOT my “best work.” ;) Each year around Star Wars Weekends, you may luck out and get to draw a Disney character dressed as a Star Wars character. This next picture is the instructor’s drawing, which shows you what he is supposed to look like…
Juuust kidding! That one is another instructor’s drawing. I won it by answering a Disney trivia question (Donald Duck’s middle name, by the way, is “Fauntleroy,” in case you are ever in a situation where you might find that information handy ;) ). Here is my drawing of Rapunzel…
I’m sure you can see why I preferred to put up the instructor’s instead ;) .
But now, for my very own pièce de résistance… it’s the GENIE OF THE LAAAAAAAAAAMP!!!!!!
I just have to reiterate from my previous post: I CAN’T DRAW at all… not a bit, at least on my own. I mean, I know not all of these are masterpieces, but some of them you can actually tell who they are without the caption (at least, I think so ;) ).
The point is, this fun and unique experience is absolutely worth a try. It’s a wonderful change of pace during a busy park day, and you walk out with your very own handmade souvenir… possibly of one of your favorite characters. So, pull up a seat, grab a pencil, and see what YOU can create at the Animation Academy!