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"Tula with a Jasmine twist" by Danielle Lea Grady

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Ok this started out to be another one of my sick cross overs. It was originally going to be a Jasmine/Tula cross... but it turned more Tula than Jasmine. SO it's Tula with a few Princess Jasmine qualities. I used to watch Pirates of Dark Water when I was little and when Leia Ann Getty commented on my Jasmine peice... I checked out her stuff and tada... thus my inspiration to do Tula! ...and yes I am aware that her arms are too short... I always do that...lol

21 May 200445 Without a name
From my point of view only, there could be some changes made to your pic that would make it look better. Such as the hands. Unless youre going for another look, humans' hands are usually around the size of their faces. Her head is as wide as her waist, which makes her look slightly abnormal. No one is that skinny. Her feet are also in an odd position, like she's doing ballet. Normally, we would stand with our feet facing frontwards, or slightly at an angle. Make sure to have her hands come down to about mid-thigh also.

:-) Danielle Lea Grady replies: "#1 this is a cartoon. #2 it's MY interpretation. #3 dont care and #4 my head is the size of my waist..... ^.^"
27 Mar 200645 Anonymous
18 May 200645 Jessica
This picture us great!!! Good job!!!
7 Jun 200645 Nicole
This pick is rlly good aswell
12 Jun 200645 Giggels
I looks pretty i like it
29 Jun 200645 Teehee
All I've got to say is does she eat? It doesn't look like it!!
1 Jul 200645 I couldnt think of a name
Okok i dont think it looks like anything
3 Jul 200645 Sos
I looove the hunch back of burtra dame style?.. Not!
21 Aug 200645 Araknida
Woi! A fellow PoDW-fan? I could hug you! I must admit, Jasmine looks quite a lot like Tula when you mention it, why haven't I ever thought of that? I really like her face, and the fact that you included the cleaved eyebrows, such a nice little detail. As other people already have mentioned, the proportions aren't perfect, but don't care about that. The pic has got a very nice cartoon-ish look about it, which would probably be ruined if you changed it. In short: I like it very much, good job! 2

And just a small message to "sos", who has written something negative about every single picture in this gallery: unless you've got any _constructive_ criticism to come with, please shut up. We all know by now that you're a jealous little crybaby, so please leave the artist alone and don't make a fool out of yourself again.

Sorry for the book, I just got a bit carried away and annoyed at all the unneccessary flamers who just want to complain over good pictures... *blush*
3 Jun 200845 Odette
this is fantactice
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'Tula with a Jasmine twist':
 • Created by: :-) Danielle Lea Grady
 • Copyright: ©Danielle Lea Grady. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Dark, Disney, Jasmine, Of, Pirates, Tula, Water
 • Categories: Fan art
 • Techniques: Pencil/Graphite Pen, Computer-coloured Picture
 • Submitted: 2003-07-01 08:20:37
 • Views: 1420
 • Resolution: 240x614

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