As you can probably tell, the characters are pretty "on-model", so to speak. I don't really have a set "style", unlike most of my friends. Sometimes I really envy that sometimes, because it's always great to see an artist's interpretation of another person's character. But personally, I can't draw something without it looking exactly what it's supposed to be, I don't know why. Could be some type of animator OCD or something, who knows. But the good thing about it is that it gives me a lot of great practice and is a fun challenge to pull off another person's style. Besides, when I do go out and work in the industry somewhere, it'll be a skill that will do nothing but benefit me in the long run.
Anyway, here are the first five Disney characters, all from what's considered to be Disney's "Golden Age":
|Grumpy from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)|
|Jiminy Cricket from Pinocchio (1940)|
|Ben Ali Gator from Fantasia (1940)|
|Jim Crow from Dumbo (1941)|
|Friend Owl from Bambi (1942)|