Disney Characters

I just thought I would share some Disney drawings that I have done over the years.  I find the Disney characters to be so well designed and fun to draw.  Fun though they may be, they are very difficult to do right.

 

Story Sketches by Utah illustrator, Sean Sullivan

Sketches done for a Random House publication, "Stitch has a Glitch" 2005.

 

Disney characters by Sean Sullivan.

Various Disney characters.

 

Doing Disney characters correctly takes practice. These come from a practice sheet.

 

These drawings mostly come from different licensing projects that I have done.

 

Both rough pencils and clean up finals can be seen here.

 

Lilo and Stitch was my favorite film to work on.

 

We certainly can't forget our dear friends in the hundred acre wood.

 

This sample of line to color comes from a puzzle that I did back in 1992 for Little Golden Book.

 

Disney art, by Sean Sullivan

This book cover illustration of Lilo and Stitch was done in watercolor, the original medium in which the film was done.

 

Illustration of Nani, by former Disney Artist, Sean Sullivan, from Utah.

Somebody asked what would happen if we mixed a Disney character with a Marvel Comic character? The answer, Nani as the invisible woman.

Merry Christmas to all.

Checking His List

Editorial Illustrations

One of my favorite illustrations for Jems magazine.

 

Years ago I used to provide illustrations for a magazine group that serviced the Emergency Medical industry.  This was for JEMS magazine, Journal of Emergency Medical Services.  I had an edge as an illustrator because I was a working paramedic at the time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cover art for jems.