Thursday, March 31, 2011

march 31

Feeling summery! It's 90 degrees in LA....

I spoke to a group of students today at Disney Inspiredays, it's great to talk to other young people who are passionate about illustration/animation!

Outfit:
Top: Urban Oufitters
leggings: Target
Shoes: Marni
Bag: Chloe (same as yesterday...I don't usually change bags often)
Watch: Channel

15 comments:

Gabby Zapata said...

Haha hope you don't get tired of me commenting- but it's unavoidable :)! I can't wait to dress in non-college-life outfits hehe.

JennySRP said...

So adorable!
I've been to a couple of past year inspire days, and had some friends who went this year saying it was a much improved event! Thanks for participating!

Kyrstin said...

I love your color schemes!

Oh what I'd give for a 90 degree day- it's hardly reaching 40 here. And what I'd give for a Disney Inspireday! That sounds lovely.

biboun said...

cute your character ^^

KATia Grifols said...

Hey!!! Lovely Daily Calendar!! i really like the colors and the shape!! soo nice expression! :)

Kt

Kari said...

Disney Inspirday was so amazing. My friends and I had such a wonderful time. Thanks again for taking a look at my portfolio, your advice was very helpful. :)

Tiffany Caldwell said...

Ok, I have to know, what is Disney Inspiredays? It sounds like fun. Is it like a portfolio day or something? Is it only for current students?

Megan Nicole Dong said...

Awesome! (the outfit and the illustration) It really does feel like summer these days!

rickyc said...
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Ricky Cometa said...

love your artwork and thanks for the portfolio critique, you're awesome

victoriaying said...

@ Tiffany Caldwell
Inspiredays is an event the studio puts on for students, they give them tours, show them how the studio works and then give advice for applying for internships/apprenticeships!

Charles Santoso said...

awesome :D

L ROSSI said...

Very cute!
L

ETCIllustration said...

Just found your blog via GDG and am startled to find that you've already been doing what I just started (drawing your outfits)! How fun!

Love your work :)

Emily W. said...

Hi Victoria. I'm an art grad and am thinking about applying to the Disney talent development program. As a fabulously successful Disney artist, I was hoping you could lend me some advice ;) Can you tell me what sort of portfolio they're looking for? Character design? Environments? Traditional figure drawings?