So, I've been obsessed with Alphonse Mucha and 50s Pin Up recently, and this is the result. I may do more. It's certainly a style I could get used to!
I chose to surround Ariel with Lotus flowers because they represent rebirth. I wanted the whole thing to come out bluer but green just came about naturally. I guess it makes sense, considering the rebirth theme anyway "
Part of my Alphonse Mucha/art nouveau obsession.
Flowers are: Freesia for innocence, lilies for purity and monkshood (which are poisonous) for caution."
Oh my goodness, I am in LOVE with this movie. The songs go round and round in my head like a freakin' merry-go-round! (Also, I know her hair is shorter than the original version but I simply couldn't draw 70ft long hair!)
Flowers are: Mallow - sweetness, Camellia - longing, White Heather - wishes come true/protection and um... I can't remember what the other one is"
I like this just 'cause she kinda looks like one of those saints you see on stain-glass windows. I almost didn't put the sword in, but I'm very glad I did now
Flowers and their meanings: Orange Mock - deceit, Orchid - beauty, Snapdragon - strength."
Flowers are white poppy (means sleep), rhododendron (means caution), calla lily (means regal) and the roses are a nod to the plot of Sleeping Beauty."
The flowers are snow drops and the birds are male cardinals. Ironically, snow drops actually herald the beginning of spring. Never know, it might be relevant to the movie"
Spot the frogs! ;)
Flowers are day lily (Chinese symbol for mother), ferns (means 'magic'), foxgloves (means 'insincerity') and gladiolus (means 'strength of character').
Her dress defies the laws of physics, but at least it looks nice. "
Done with watercolours. Her hair isn't wavy but oh well."