This is a small series of digital paintings by artist Justin Turrentine called 'Happy Endings for Disney Villains'. It features (you'll never guess!) illustrations of Disney villains if they'd come out on top and not had their plans foiled by much younger, more attractive princesses. I especially liked this one here, but I thought Ursula should probably have a side of mermaid tail on the table too. Or a human leg, depending on the state of Ariel's transformation when she was killed. BONUS FUN FACT: I've actually tasted human before, and as recently as last week. "Picking and eating scabs doesn't count." Yes it does too!
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Thanks to myself for once, for being such an exemplary human being. Okay, for at least being decent. For being...dammit I hate myself. I NEED A HUG.
Dammit, you know I'm a sucker for Disney princesses! *twirling in pink dress*
This is a continuation of THIS SERIES of Disney Princesses imagined in real life by Finnish artist Jirka Vinse Jonatan. I'm not sure what her Photoshop process is, but it looks like she takes the f... / Continue →
Man I am LOOPY. This is a set of fashion Disney princesses (sans Anastasia!) by deviantARTist viria13. Now a lot of people have absolutely nothing better to do have taken the time to write and ask what the hell's up with my obsession with Disney princesses. Well I'll tell yo... / Continue →
This is a small series of photographs by Ryan Astemendi of Disney Princesses in real life. As amazing and accurate as they all are, I couldn't help but notice there was something missing. "Ariel?" Bingo.
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