Mr. Bean Inserted Into Famous Portrait Paintings by Rodney Pike [via]
Previously: Classic Paintings Recreated with Sesame Street Characters
why comparing outdated promotional material to make the absurd claim that they’ve been using the exact same model for the past 5 years is dumb: a visual essay
even if it wasnt the same model it doesnt change the fact that all their female characters faces have to always look a certain way (short heart-shaped head, big prominent eyes, tiny upturned nose, small lips, etc) but their male characters don’t. at all
even if this post is only pointing out that it’s not the same model, ignorant disney apologists are just going to see this and shout SEE I TOLD YOU SO THESE DESIGNS ARE PERFECT! and think there’s nothing wrong with the way disney designs their characters and the fact that their women have to meet a certain criteria yet the men can look however they want
I can defiantly see the differences between Gogo and Elsa - their overall eyeshape is different plus Gogo’s nose is more rounded/pudgier at the end where as Elsa’s is pointier. Plus from front views Gogo’s face is VERY round compared to Elsa’s.
But I totally agree with everything you’re saying. The models are different but they’re just variations of the same formula and thats the real issue. I’d LOVE to see Disney give us some woman with strong jawlines or big noses or wide, square chins.
^^^also different bodies tbh
and frankly if your characters look kind of different in profile but very similar from the front, you’re still doing something wrong with your character designs.
Well you’ve got opportunity, in this very community! He’s Flim! - he’s Flam!, we’re the world famous Flim Flam brothers!
I extremely rarely reblog myself, but I felt like it with this piece! UvU
"Feel Good Inc" (Gorillaz cover) || Celia Pavey
this is probably the best cover i’ve heard of this song
I suddenly realized that I have a ton of sketches I’ve never bothered to scan. This is an old one but I still like it, though I drew it without reference so please pardon all the inaccuracies.
Styracosaurs are probably my favorite ceratopsian …but it’s hard to pick just one favorite, honestly. There were so many really cool ones.