Disney makes people come together.
Even people who might hate each other’s guts won’t start a fight when they see each other in the cinema when they’re there to watch a Disney movie. There is just something about Disney movies and anything related to Disney that has a bit of that Disney magic attached to it. And artists from around the world feel a similar thing as well. How else can you explain two artists with totally different styles doing a mini-series where they show off their own take on Disney princesses?
Firstly we have a Venezuelan artist named Lesslie who has done a beautiful job bringing our favourite characters to life in her own style. You will soon see that she adheres to a somewhat adorable style while still keeping the spirit of what made the original character so beloved. But that doesn’t mean she hasn’t added her own flair to this character and I have to say that all of them look fabulous.
You can see what I am talking about by scrolling below.
#1 Jasmine is looking absolutely gorgeous here.
#2 We have Ariel with legs and also in her mermaid form.
#3 It seems that Cinderella got tired of wearing the glass shoes and decided to take them off.
#4 I am not sure about eating that pointy looking apple.
#5 It seems that Aurora still hasn’t learned her lesson and continues to touch thorns.
#6 Belle is using that mirror to keep an eye on the Beast.
Now that we have that piece of the mini-series out of the way, now we get to the almost twisted side of Disney. And the one bringing that side to us is an artist by the name of Yaminolady. They have done an excellent job at creating these characters with a mystery twist. Each one of these princesses looks like they hold a deep secret in their eyes that they are not willing to tell anyone. And you can see what I am talking about by simply scrolling below.
#1 It feels like Megara could pierce my soul with that stare.
#2 Mulan seems to be deep in thought.
#3 Esmerelda has the sort of grin one holds when they are keeping a secret.
#4 Ariel has that superior look where she knows she is above humans.
#5 And last but not least, Snow White looks like an innocent girl who is secretly the villain.
What are your thoughts on this mini-series? Which of these illustrations is your absolute favourite? Do you prefer one style over the other? Comment down below and let us know.