For my birthday party I had everyone dress up as modern Disney princesses… and my boyfriend was my Prince Eric ;) On the top that’s me and Belle!
Beauty and the Beast production design by Hans Bacher.
“In case someone wants to know some of the technical details of these old-traditional paper produced designs for disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, – yes, they were done on paper, 60 gram offset. most of them in the size 21 x 11.5 cm. basic coloring with MAGIC MARKERS, AD-MARKERS and PANTONE MARKERS. the extreme thin paper was spray-glued then onto thicker cardboard and the coloring continued with small additions of gouache, and some airbrushing with PANTONE-fineliners.”
Via Hans Bacher’s awesome blog: https://one1more2time3.wordpress.com
More of that great hair, and spending entirely too much time on fan art -__-
Some Peter Pan comics by CC…because even tho he’s a little twerp, I love Peter.
when he was a young warthog
WHEN I WAS A YOUNG WARTHOOOOOOOOOOOOG
my friend just pointed out to me that where Dr. Facilier’s shadow is, the wallpaper changes into cross bones.
Paint primary colors on fan wings
Did we just discover how to paint with all the colors of the wind?
A lot of people have been asking about Maid Marian, so I figured I might as well give her a shot- a bit tougher when you’re looking at clothing on anthropomorphic animals, of course, but there are still a couple of details that point to the 15th century- the cut of the dress, the ears disguised as a horned hennin headdress, the bag sleeves, etc. I still tried to maintain the relatively simple silhouette of Marian’s dress, just with added period details- making it more of a houppelande by design, and resolving the v-shaped neckline to show the kirtle underneath.
Also really wanted to hide some foxglove motifs in the lining of the gown- it’s subtle, but I think it really ties the whole design together.
Sleeping Beauty Backgrounds
deviantArtist shoomlah created a redesign of Pocahontas for her gorgeous “Historical Disney Princesses” series, in which she took cues from the films as to their probable time periods, researched the dress of those periods, and redrew the Princesses in clothing with a higher (though still stylized) degree of accuracy.
She received honest critique on some elements of her Pocahontas design, from people more familiar with actual 17th century Powhatan dress and history, some of whose ancestry was rooted in that history. And, to her very great credit, she took that critique graciously to heart and chose to create an even lovelier and more historically accurate version of her design which incorporated what she had learned. She also specifically cited her own concerns over misrepresenting a real person, as opposed to a fairy tale character, as part of her explanation for the change.
No hard feelings, no anger or insecurity. Just sensible integrity, an open heart, and a willingness to expand her own horizons.
This is how you do it, guys. ♥
I LOVE THIS SO MUCH!
YOU’RE WELCOME, TUMBLR
So this little girl at Magic Kingdom the other day was scared of Naveen and only wanted to meet Princess Tiana. So Prince Naveen decided that he was gonna hide in the bushes while Tiana brought the girl over to the canopy to talk to her. I was too busy watching Naveen’s hilarious handsome self derp around in the bushes then all of a sudden he shouts out “Hey Tiana! Look, I’m a tree frog!”
he rly needs to stop being so perfect
i love him