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Disney art style

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Disney art style. Get inspired and try out new things.
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Change is good. It might be uncomfortable. It might feel uneasy. But change helps us grow and evolve. And every now and again? A change in physical appearance can boost your self-esteem. They say time waits for no one. Before you know it, age hits you, and that feeling of weariness sets in. So how...

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When I saw people giving makeovers to Disney characters, I couldn't help myself! My main goal with my videos is to keep the changes in the transformation as close as possible to the style and texture of the original art.

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Movies aren't devoid of mistakes. Humans make mistakes all the time so it shouldn't be surprising that some of these 'mistakes' or bloopers would show up in movies. While shooting a single movie can take years a goes through multiple stages of re-shoots and editing, some things just aren't noticed. However, keen-eyed viewers do tend

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Some people think that learning about art history is only for artists, art critics, and those working in the art sphere. However, one artist thinks that it’s important for everyone to learn about it. To prove that, Spanish graphic designer and illustrator Carlos Gromo created a series of Disney characters inspired by famous paintings to help people to memorize these classics better. Scroll down for Bored Panda’s interview with the artist!

Billy Barrett