A collage made by me with some of the Disney Princesses
Here's the 2nd part of my favorite Disney Princess Christmas/Winter Outfits and this time I'm counting down the outfits seen in promotional images, they're quite many so I have to divide this part into 2 parts, this part covers placements 35-21 and the 2nd part of this covers all the remaining placements, this list was really hard to make, most of these outfits are lovely Note: the collage here shows Disney Princess outfits that didn't make it into the article because they're already shown wearing it or it looks too similar to another outfit they wear
I am currently rating every DP outfit, and here are the ones that aren't exactly magical. (Please note this doesn't include what they wore when they were little. It also doesn't include Elsa or Anna.) Here we go! Merida's Formal Outfit
No wonder Merida ripped this outfit- it hides her beautiful hair, and it seems like she can barely move in it.
Cinderella's Pink Ballgown
This dress is what happens when you ask critters living in your house to style a dress for you- an atrocity!
Ariel's Rag Dress
This is one of those outfits that sorta make you ask, "Is this a joke???" At least they...
From anukriti2409 and sweetie-94's articles about most beautiful things from DP movies, I was inspired to make one. But my version is a little different: this one is most beautiful things from each DP movies, from the first until the latest ones. Well, hope you'll be enjoyed my article and sorry for mistakes I may be made.
1. The Ending (Snow White and Seven Dwarfs)
The scene of Snow White's movie ending (credit to image from sweetie-94's article).
The movie isn't really my favorite, so it's kinda hard for me to decide the beautiful things from that. It was while Snow White and her Prince...
If any of you are familiar with character stylization or really art in general you might like this article. I'm talking about character stylization in the sense that when the artist is also the author of the character's personality and has written out their every thought in simply the way they are designed. This can also be called "interpreted art" as anyone can perceive it differently, but a common factor still remains that everyone agrees on. BASICALLY I'm going to "guess" what the princess' personality is like based on the way she's drawn, see what the general consensus is on her personality...