Wreck-It Ralph is easily the best Disney movie in ten years, if you ask me. I'm eagerly awaiting the announcement of when I can buy it on Blu-ray, but until I get my chance to watch it again, I can always draw the characters.
Thanks! Ralph was (and still is) so tough for me to get right! I always have a hard time converting CGI characters into two dimensions, 'cause if I try to get every detail, they just end up looking pseudo-photorealistic and weird. I ended up looking at Jin Kim's character sketches for inspiration, and that turned out to be just what I needed
yeah, I think the one character that is hard for me to draw, besides Ralph, is Sgt. Calhoun she is VERY VERY HARD! I try to draw tough characters and she knocks it out of the park! she is bad-ass and beautiful...very hard to re-draw!!!! lol
Hey, Toy Story 3 was awesome (although I consider that more of a Pixar film than a Disney film). But, yes. I haven't seen a Disney movie like this in . . . . well, ever. These characters are so likeable, and they're real! We can all connect with Ralph, the guy no one likes just for doing his job, we all have memories of being the kid no one wanted to play with like Vanellope, and we've all tried to be like Felix and do the right thing even when the right thing isn't too clear. I can't remember the last time I cried once in a Disney movie, and this movie had me crying 4 times in a row!
The way you draw reminds me of the good cartoon shows and movies I've watched from my 90's childhood. I like how you've drawn the characters from "Wreck-It Ralph"...I wouldn't mind seeing you add King Candy in there, too, please.
I may draw King Candy one of these days - he's got a great expressive character design, but as far as Disney villains go, he's gotta be one of the most despicable bastards they've ever created. Brainwashing an entire kingdom into physically and mentally abusing an innocent nine-year-old for the glorification of your own massive ego is pretty high up there on the "evil" list.
He definitely has no qualms about removing people from the game he hijacks if it means he will always win. He's a well-developed villain. Humorous, unpredictable, quick to emotional instability, and enjoys the power he's achieved over an entirely different game with similar aspects to the game he once lived in.
I would've liked to have seen him gone on his viral rampage into the other video games like he planned. Of all my favorite Disney villains, he's probably one of my favorites.
You know what the weird thing is? His backstory reminds me of Woody from the early drafts of Toy Story. Y'know, when he was a deplorable jealous douchebag instead of the protective if hot-tempered leader we know and love him as today. Too bad he couldn't learn to share the limelight.