Sunday, December 3, 2006
Even though this is supposed to be my final version, I am going to color these line drawings later and add more detail to the environments behind them.
I basically had to design Eliza Doolittle from My Fair Lady in her "before" and "after" state. The first version is when she is a uncouth, Cockney-accented flower-seller. The second version is her princess-at-the-ball stage when she is fully reformed by the professor and becomes a fine lady. Although I am not all that fond of the story (She's All That and The Princess Diaries rank low on my list of quality films as well), I did enjoy the assignment.
I may update later with her expressions after I clean them up.