Everyone wants to belong, or be a part of something bigger than themselves, but it’s important to follow your heart and be true to yourself in the process.
Cinderella on Flickr.
Shortly after my years at Disney Animation Studios (then known as Disney Feature Animation) were over, I worked on a few projects for Disney Toon Studios before finding my current home designing for the Disney Stores. One of those projects was “Cinderella 3: A Twist In Time”. My first job on that project was to help develop the character of Prince Charming. He would be playing a much more “active” role in this film. So at first I was thinking, “Is he younger, more athletic ?” I wasn’t quite sure at the time, so I got to drawing. Seen here is a little bit of my exploration. You can see it’s all a bit of a variation on a theme. As we got closer to production, his design fell closer to the original film. We didn’t need to redesign him after all, just give him a bit more character for the animators and story artists to play with. It was a fun assignment and project to work on. All images (C) DISNEY/TOON STUDIOS
Katie’s Endless list of favorite Disney movies Hercules 1997
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So guys… when you find a mass amount of fanart of which you know not where they came from… it literally takes 2 seconds to put the url of that image into google to find out the original source.
weheartit is not a source.
fanpop is not a source.
Take a minute to find the damn source.
As for these images. I am the source.
I didn’t know a source could be so badass.
Anna and Elsa Epilogue Concept art costumes