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    How to add life?

    I started experimenting with this "Disney art"-style today, but I feel I can't capture the life that I see in the motives I use as inspiration.
    Please give some advice on how to improve this as well as general feedback!
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    If you want to emulate a modern disney style you could start by looking at some of glen keane's art and study how he does things. But more importantly than that you need to practice drawing your character in 3D rather than using shapes alone. It would also help to study human faces and then apply what you have learnt in this style. Furthermore, practice a bit more with drawing hair-it doesn't look very natural. Finally, try and connect some of your lines together-while not having them connected can have interesting results too much creates a very sketchy image

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    Be aware that what you're trying to achieve is hard: Disney-style is highly advanced. I suggest you study gesture from life, for instance through
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