Friday, August 18, 2006

Buttercup Waits for Westley

8 comments:

Seth Hippen said...

There's a shortage of perfect hair in the world, and flowing ribbons. 'Twould be a pity to damage these. Really, Adrian, this is splendid. Good work!

Joe Fowler said...

See? The Princess Bride should be animated, then we could look at this Buttercup and not have to pretend Robin Wright-Penn is the most beautiful woman in the land.

Nicely done, A.

S.T. Lewis said...

Very pretty... the whole shot kind of reminds of when Belle sings her little theme song reprise in Beauty and Beast... not the movie... the Broadway play... as presented by Butler Elementary School.

I don't know what that last part means, but I like this a lot. Very nice, Adrian. I am quite impressed.

Swanimator said...

The woman in black waiting for the man in black? Or is this turning the tables, with her leaving to seek her fortune and become the Dread Pirate Roberta while Wesley stays behind to shovel poop and wait?

Nagging questions that may drive me to the Cliffs of Insanity. But the art is very nicely done.

Blogerts said...

I think this needs work, as your princess is way hotter than the one in the movie. Better luck next time.

Ken Chandler said...

Golly! She's perty! Exquistely done Adrian. I'd fall down a hill for her, if in an agitated state she pushed me and said "And you can die too for all I care!".

Adrian Ropp said...

Sorry for drawing her too nice, Brett. I'm glad you had the courage to point out my mistake.

Shane, I definitely had some influence from B & B... It's my favorite movie, after all!

Ms. Baboon said...

I think you should make an animated Princess Bride. I really like the design of this "Princess".