More Elsa!!! YAY!!! :) This is based on a beautiful piece of concept art by Marc Davis for an attraction at Disneyland called “The Enchanted Snow Palace.” The attraction was never built but from the concepts it would have been gorgeous!!! Obviously this dress is perfect for Elsa so I had to draw her in it! All credit for the design and concept go to Marc Davis, I just drew Elsa in his gorgeous gown! I highly recommend looking up his work if you havn’t already! :D
word count : 1639 words. genre : angst but like ,, depressing kind synopsis : he was quiet, always quiet, and the one who could make him smile, was too busy smiling because of someone else.
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Everything was quiet.
It was the way he liked it, after all there were no chattering students speaking in much too rapid English for his poor ears and much too stressed swearing for his soft heart. He had always been a home-schooled child, who went to college, free-spirited and happy, and was asked to take part in a foreign exchange.
In this scene people often laugh at Olaf’s antics, but
what they tend to miss out on is the reason why this scene was here in the
In this scene Anna was about to enter Elsa’s Ice
Palace, and was about to knock to announce her arrival and ask for permission
to enter. And she hesitated. Why? Because for years Anna knocked on Elsa’s
door, and every time was met with rejection and/or denial. The door acted as a
barrier between the two sisters, a physical reason why they couldn’t be
together. The door itself represented Elsa’s wanting of isolation, and her
supposed hatred for her sister Anna. Throughout the years Anna tried and tried
but to no avail. And one day she just stopped trying.
Because Anna was afraid. She was afraid of rejection,
afraid of denial. Because she always knew what Elsa’s answer would be. She knew
well the sadness that comes along with it. She didn’t dare to let herself hope
anymore because every time she did it just ended up hurting her more.
Frozen 2 headcanon: Anna and Elsa at the ice palace, Anna on the balcony screaming from the top of her lungs to have fun with the echo, and suddenly she shouts so hard it creates a goddamn avalanche
followed by Elsa panicking and rushing and climbing ice stairs at high speed to understand why the mountain suddenly is vibrating and all she sees is Anna, shoulders dropped, face as red as a beet, while all the snow of the opposite mountain collapses in the background
NOW before you comment or in follow me saying I’m a homophobe, I’m not indeed for #GiveElsaAGirlfriend, but I am for #GiveADisneyPrincessAGirlfriend, also being a “homophobe” shouldn’t be the first thing that comes to mind when someone might not be into the idea. Now listen to what I have to say.
1) Frozen 2 is most obviously a sequel. ITS A SEQUEL. DONT HAVE CURRENT SOCIAL ISSUES BE ADDRESSED IN A SEQUEL. If anything, it deserves its own movie when it comes to Disney, because having a sequel will mean you have to add the LGBTQ aspect in as well as bringing previous aspects from the movie into it. This will cause numerous amount of work arounds which could 50/50 help or ruin the movie.
Second, I personally find bringing characters into something out of the blue isn’t interesting at all. In the frozen sequel, the southern Isles were mentioned quite often, they could work with that. A new love interest princess, not so much. Why does Korrasami work so well in Legend of Korra? Asami was there since the beginning, and their relationship was well worked with throughout . In a sequel that might be hard to do, cause heck even Kristanna was kind of rushed.
With a completely new movie they can work the story with the moral theyre addressing, Frozen 2 they’d have to work around a lot and change the universe entirely.
2) Why I say #GiveADisneyPrincessAGirlfriend, is because if you’re gonna have a character tell children they should love who they are, Elsa’s not the best choice.
A) looking into the first Frozen movie, a lot of people say that Let it Go was a representation of “coming out of the closet”, first of all, that wasn’t the original intention, it’s literally Elsa saying “I’m leaving everything behind and giving up being queen to be who I am. Hakuna Matata right?”
WELL, here comes the Hans parallels.
A lot of people hate Hans cause he turned out to be the villain, he’s the most hated because people love him and a lot of people don’t understand why.
Well, you want Elsa to be the iconic representation for kids to let them know they can love themselves, when throughout the whole movie, she ran away from her problems, not loving herself at all until literally the last few minutes?
When singing let it go as a representation of coming out, hey girls, be happy with yourself but run away from criticism and don’t try to make people understand why there shouldn’t be any judgement of who you are.
I’m trying to point out. Elsa is on the same damn level as Hans, most people don’t look at that cause she wasn’t named villain.
1) Elsa tried to kill the Duke of wesltletons guards.
Some may argue : that was self defence.
Second argument: she looked pretty into it, Hans ended up stopping her.
Comparison: besides doing it for the throne, Hans tried killing Elsa for the solid reason of her not trying to stop the winter at all, immediately thinking she couldn’t and felt it was the only way to stop it otherwise her own kingdom would freeze to death.
2) When Anna and Co. Came to Elsa’s palace, and Elsa struck Anna with her powers.
Some may argue: it was an accident.
What did Elsa do about it, since she obviously knew she had done something?
Answer: she created a massive snowman, and kicked them out.
3) When Elsa found out she caused an eternal winter? What did she do? She stayed in her palace assuming she couldn’t do anything about it without trying.
Some may argue : her past causes her to feel like that.
Hans comparison: Hans had a pretty horrible past from a statement from Jen Lee herself, but most would say “his past can’t justify what he did,” so why would Elsa’s?
Let’s not forget my favourite,
“People only like Hans cause hes attractive,”
Part of me wants to say
“LGBTQ people only want Elsa as a lesbian cause she’s extremely attractive.”
People are gonna yell at me saying they have more reasons then that, or actual reasons opposed to that.
I say, “well I like Hans for way more reasons then he’s just attractive.”
So no, I’m not for Elsa being a lesbian, because when it comes down to it, you’re telling kids, lesbians hurt people by accident without doing something to help, lesbians run away from their problems, and lesbians don’t try, they worry.
I love Elsa, but I’m getting fed up with this. I was triggered when someone said ”anyone who is against #GiveElsaAGirlfriend is a homophobe”, and that some people want it more for themselves being represented then realizing that a story has to work to pay the thousands of people making it, let alone the thousands of kids that will be watching it may/will have parents that may or may be actual homophobes, that will think it’s horrible for their child and will make then stop watching Disney entirely.
This stuff needs to be addressed at a slow pace, so I’d say make it its own movie entirely, and don’t forget, it’s a god damn movie.
All the rumors are fake, not even the actors know what’s gonna happen.
Now I’ll end by saying, don’t stop petitioning for #GiveElsaAGirlfriend, if it makes you happy and you have your views on it, then by all means keep at it, these are my opinions and my rant because I’m tired of hearing about all the Hans hate, and that anyone shipping Elsa with someone that is male, is being called a homophobe.
Stop being a child.
Elsa is on the same level as Hans, don’t believe me, watch the movie again.
Hans is the most hated Disney villain solely because he’s the most loved Disney villain.
LGBTQ shouldn’t be represented in a sequel, it should be it’s own movie, it deserves that.
“John Lasseter’s directive for the ice palace was to make it a celebration of the hexagon motif found in all snowflakes. Brittney Lee beautifully exploited this conceit with all the interior architectural elements.” -Michael Giaimo, art director