Ever look back on a drawing and think, “What was I thinking?!”. Well, it happens to me all the time, and I guess that’s a good thing as it means I learned something in-between. At least, that’s what I tell myself. I thought it would be fun to look back on some past work and review it with fresh eyes, as though it were drawn by someone else. That wasn’t hard though: There were times I didn’t even recognize the drawing… had no memory of drawing it and questioned whether it was
Where were we? Oh yes... the films. I was skeptical as most people were. I mean conjuring up stories of Tink in books is one matter, but when you set things to film, it becomes like etching something in stone... there's no going back. But I have to admit, they really came through on those small screen adaptations, and really changed the direction of the property altogether. That world suddenly seemed cohesive, and the audience became really involved. Of course it all aff
Here we are again, and this time I want to share with you the development on a couple of the fairies.
Some of the main characters of the initial stories – like Rani, Fira or Beck – never made it to the films and thus became the lesser known "girl gang" that surrounded Tink. But their counterparts – Silvermist, Irridessa and Fawn – despite being secondary characters in the books, found their way to the screen.
A few fairies did make the cut: Rosetta, Vidia, Queen Clarion