The Golden Age of film animation would not have been possible without these female illustrators, animators, and art directors
Cinderella (1950), Dumbo (1941), Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), and Bambi (1942) are classic Disney movies that marked the childhood of millions of children worldwide. They have one thing in common: the role played by women in their making was invaluable.
Although it was the legendary animators of the early days of Disney Production (known as Disney's Nine Old Men) who went down in animation history, the dream factory created by Walt Disney paved the way to hundreds of women.
However, their stories may not be as well-known as those of their male counterparts.
What a happy nice self portrait you have created!
It captures your full of life large facial features. I love the detail of the hair with the dark wood and lush greenery.
Great expression on the mouth with that radish.
Only comment I'd mention is, in case you want to play a bit with placement of the features, that you could lower a bit the eyebrows and eyes and give yourself a little bit of a forehead. Try to still keep distance between eyebrows and eyes as it creates a great expression.
But overall is wonderful!
Thanks also for my sweet portrait! I hope my beard is made of shredded chocolate!
@piven Thank you professor for your kind words and suggestion. Sorry but your beard it's not chocolate but rolling tobaco. Next time I will make it more sweet, specially for you :-)