I was listening to the Lady and the Tramp soundtrack when I thought of drawing Lady and Tramp but as human versions of themselves. I’m on an Edwardian era kick, so I drew my interpretation on what they would look like in the time period the film takes place. I also thought Tramp would have a little scruff on his face. I know usually women wore their hair up at the time, but I wanted to capture Lady’s ‘ears’, so I kept it down.
Lady and the Tramp is definitely one of my top favorite Disney movies! I have human versions of the other characters from the film, but I’ll post those later. :)
Given that this is my OTP I felt I should draw them. Never did draw them much so this was kind of like AAKDJFBFJB DOESN’T LOOK RIGHT kind of fanart. I love this couple omg B( Everyone thinks Anna is the first dorky girl: I’d say Jane is first. Except she’s not really a princess but whatevs.
Thank you everyone for supporting my first Disney fashion, I know a lot of people were wanting to see more princesses and their personal favorites so I added as many as I could. I wanted to upload this sooner but LA traffic in the rain is no joke.
Next Up: Anna Fashions from Frozen
And here’s my Elsa and Anna fan art: here, with a tutorial for that picture, here
I would hope that all of you disney fans out there would sign this petition to have disney make a plus sized princess (or normal sized in my opinion) and help raise the self esteem of not only young girls but also of people our age. Not to bang the new movie Frozen, I mean i loved it, but it has such an unrealistic representation of woman and how they should look. All of the princesses have the same body type which is not true in the real world and can lower a person’s view of themselves. I mean Anna’s eyeball is bigger than her wrist. Its about time someone made it stop.
“I made this petition because I’m a plus-size young woman, and I know many plus-size girls and women who struggle with confidence and need a positive plus-size character in the media.
Studies show that a child’s confidence correlates greatly with how much representation they have in the media. It’s extremely difficult to find a positive representation of plus-size females in the media. If Disney could make a plus-size female protagonist who was as bright, amazing, and memorable as their others, it would do a world of good for those plus-size girls out there who are bombarded with images that make them feel ugly for not fitting the skinny standard.”
I think its time to make a change in the world and so you should all go help and sign this girls petition HERE