1. splitseconddecision:

    thekanechronicles:

    No marriage required.

    the entire time i spent watching this movie i was just waiting for charlotte to turn into a traitorous bitch, because that is what the media has told me for my entire life that her character archetype is supposed to do

    kudos to disney for proving me wrong

    Reblogged from: deliriouspeach
  2. azryal00:

    greatbritt:

    The Disney Princesses as “something.” Even still I always find it interesting when someone takes a beloved character and changes perspective on it. Plus its an interesting design challenge, to change a character drastically while keeping them recognizable and making the changes believable.” -CR

    Hit the source for the artist’s DeviantArt page. I love the concept here! -GB 

    OMG these are AWESOME

    I especially love Mulan and Jasmine.

    Reblogged from: aysiel
  3. smalldoll:

    invinciblend:

    iamabutchsolo:

    Something that I think people vastly overlook in The Princess and the Frog is the friendship between Tiana and Charlotte. It may be only a small part in the film, but in the scheme of Disney movies, this is a revolutionary element.

    If you trace the history of all of the other Disney princesses - Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora, Pocahontas, Jasmine, Rapunzel - no other princess is shown as having a female friend. Some may have mother figures such as Grandmother Willow in Pocahontas or the various fairy godmothers, and Ariel has sisters, but the princesses rarely interact with other women as friends. The Princess and the Frog is the only Disney princess film that actually shows women being friends with each other.

    Charlotte and Tiana were pals since childhood, and not once did we see Charlotte ever do anything but be a good friend, not falling into any pitfalls of petty friendships or letting class differences affect their relatiojship. When Tiana is trying to earn money on her own? Charlotte hires her knowing that it will help Tiana’s goal. When Tiana fell at Charlotte’s ball and much of the desserts were ruined? Charlotte didn’t care about the food, her number one concern was to make sure Tiana was alright. And when Charlotte learns that Tiana loved Prince Naveen? Charlotte didn’t even flinch; she was willing to forgo her own aspirations of being a princess because she cares about Tiana’s happiness more.

    I think this aspect of the film is what in my mind, separates it from other Disney princess movies. It deserve a lot more credit for being the only princess film that actually shows women being friends with each other, helping each other, and caring about each other.

    The Princess and the Frog shows a better female friendship than a lot of movies, even outside of princess or animated films. It was really one of my favourite bits of the movie and to say that it avoids the pitfalls is so true. At numerous points when I first watched I was thinking, “Here is where Charlotte reveals her true nature” because how often in movies do girls or women get to just be good friends? I mean, all friends have petty disputes sometimes, but it seems to be unavoidable in most female friendships in media (especially when it comes to romance). So this movie was a really welcome change.

    Sobbing at perfection

    Reblogged from: the-amateur-detective
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  5. bluandorange:

isaia:

Hey guys I was going through all my piles of sketches and found all my old Tiana x Naveen fanart lolololol
Still my favorite and OTP

oh my god his beard.

    bluandorange:

    isaia:

    Hey guys I was going through all my piles of sketches and found all my old Tiana x Naveen fanart lolololol

    Still my favorite and OTP

    oh my god his beard.

    Reblogged from: bluandorange
  6. amermaidhasnotears:

    Just wanted to credit the artist, Amy Mebberson

    The rest of her “Pocket Princesses” can be found here

    And a post by mdmdbrightside on d_princesses can be found here

    Reblogged from: thejerseydevile
  7. geekdesigner:

    Have you seen these realistic Disney princesses floating around Tumblr? I saw a few, but I didn’t see the whole series until today. They’re awesome! I love period clothing, and I think this wonderful artist did a great job of showcasing them in a way that we all have come to understand. 

    Claire Hummel is the genius behind these, and she has a whole set of FAQs about the series if you want to learn more. Someone even cosplayed Snow White based on her drawing!

    Reblogged from: buckyoubucky

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