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A Timid Prince-Sneak Peek by Cor104 A Timid Prince-Sneak Peek by Cor104
A fairy tale prince.

He knows what he must accomplish. Expectations are high. Someone waits for him.

Is he strong enough? Is he brave enough? Is he ready?

Before he can face the trials that await him, he must slay the dragons inside himself.

His happily ever after seems so far away, but its IS there. And he WILL find it.

-Cory Jensen
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enchantma Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Ooh, I like his design! So dashing!
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Cor104 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010
Thank you very much!
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maxvision92 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
What a prince like that needs is somebody like the Thief from The Thief and The Cobbler; some sneak of a man who throws the prince, and probably himself as well, head-on into the journey, and provide a contrast to his own shy and nice personality.
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Cor104 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2010
I've never seen The Thief and the Cobler...but I really should, huh? haha I agree, he needs a little push! :D
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maxvision92 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd advise against watching any commercially available version of the movie. The studio that was going to release the movie snatched it away from Richard Williams, and farmed out the remaining scenes to faster studios. Then they added songs and gave hero Tack, who was supposed to be mute until the very end of the movie, lines of dialogue throughout. It was retitled "The Princess and the Cobbler", and while the end result wasn't great, it wasn't horrible either; that would be the Miramax cut, "Arabian Knight". In that version, Tack and the Thief, despite being silent so that the animators could define the characters, were given long internal monologues delivered by Matthew Broderick and Johnathon Winters. The songs were changed to stuff that was even worse than the other songs. Even more crappy animation was inserted. After all the changes, Richard Williams became disillusioned and disowned his won magnum opus.

The good news is that a few years ago, someone found what was left of the unmade original version, and combined it with rough animation, pencil tests, storyboards, anything that could finish Williams' original vision. The result was "The Thief and the Cobbler: The Re-Cobbled Cut". The best part of this is that you can start the movie right now: [link]
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WerecatBoy Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2010
Beautiful work! I love the emotion you gave to his face. Very pensive and wistful. I'm really looking forward to the series! :)

I also can't help but feel a bit creeped out too how at the same time he eerily looks similiar to me sans the blue eyes. :p
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Cor104 Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2010
Thank you very much! Sorry to have creeped you out...i didn't mean too. haha
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KawinaUzumaki Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010  Student General Artist
Handsome. Very well done (:
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Cor104 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010
Thank you very much! :)
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KawinaUzumaki Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2010  Student General Artist
you're welcome ^^*
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