August 05, 2021 3 min read
Grab your briefcases: The boss baby has returned in "The Boss Baby: Family Business," directed by Tom McGrath, another infant adventure that hits the same notes as the original and has little to show for it. It's based on the 2010 picture book The Boss Baby. It's 2016 follow up The Bossier Baby by Marla Frazee, produced by DreamWorks Animation, distributed by Universal Pictures.
The second installment in The Boss Baby franchise and the sequel to the 2017 film is directed by Tom McGrath, from a movie script by Michael McCullers with a story by McGrath and McCullers. It stars Alec Baldwin, James Marsden, Amy Sedaris, Ariana Greenblatt, Jeff Goldblum, Eva Longoria, Jimmy Kimmel, and Lisa Kudrow. The plot follows the now-adult Templeton bros (Baldwin and Marsden) who are brought back together after the new Boss Baby (Sedaris) demands their assistance to stop a professor (Goldblum) from erasing childhood worldwide.
In this tutorial we used the following supplies:
Step 1. We begin construction by marking the heads with the help of the circles, and the movement of the bodies with the lines. (Pencil B)
Step 2. Draw the midlines of the faces on the circles, and also draw the shapes of the heads. With the help of circles, we outline the joints and lower parts of the bodies, as well as the movement of the limbs with lines.
Step 3. The next step is to draw the face and hair of the babies. (Pencil B)
Step 4. Next, draw the arms, legs and suit of the babies. (Pencil B)
Step 5. Now draw the outline with colored pencils. For the girl's hair, eyes, eyebrows and nose we use brown, for the boy's hair, tie and girl's nipple yellow, beige for the skin, burgundy for the boy's lips, and black for suits. (Colored pencils burgundy, brown, yellow, black, beige)
Step 6. The next step is to make the general tone of all parts of the drawing and for this we use colored pencils in accordance with the color of the outline. (Colored pencils burgundy, brown, yellow, black, beige)
Step 7. Next, we move on to a more detailed part of the girl. For the hair we use brown, for dark places we use dark brown, for the eyes green and black, we also intensify the color of the suit with black, for the tie and pacifier we use yellow and ocher, for the shadows on the skin we use brown, and we make the blush on the cheeks with burgundy. (Colored pencils green, black, yellow, ocher, burgundy, brown)
Step 8. The last step is to move on to a more detailed part of the boy. For the hair we use yellow and ocher fucking shadows, for the eyes green and black, we also enhance the color of the suit and tie with black, for the shadows on the skin we use brown, and burgundy we make blush on the cheeks and lips. (Colored pencils green, black, yellow, ocher, burgundy, brown)