Here are all 12 pieces from my E! News exclusive illustration series!!!
I’m super happy with how each piece turned out and that each character has managed to stay themselves despite being thrown into new surroundings and costumes. (My inner feminist wouldn’t allow Merida or Mulan to have their weapons taken away lol) Pocahontas still loves animals, Cinderella is still dressing tiny creatures, Tiana is cooking, and Belle fell asleep reading!
I hope you enjoy the princesses you know and love, with a twist!
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An analysis of the character as an INFJ throughout the course of the movie Frozen
Young Elsa is fairly serious and reserved, but she also has a very playful side, true to her INFJ personality. She loves playing with her energetic sister Anna, even though sometimes it takes a little effort on Anna’s side to get her excited to play along. Elsa’s strong Fe (extraverted feeling) is clear from even this age in the movie. She finds the most pleasure with her ice powers through sharing them with her loved ones and giving them a great time. In fact, it seems the main motivation for using her powers is the joy of others, a very strong sign of high Fe. We also see her dominant Ni (introverted intuition) at this age. Elsa is very creative with her powers, more in an exploratory fashion than an Fi-users more personal and emotional way. She is more singly focused than an Ne-user, enjoying exploring her powers more and more deeply and seeing what she can create. In this way, she is creative in a strongly Ni-Ti way.
Elsa’s dutiful nature comes not from Si or Te, but from her Fe. An INFJ can all to easily put aside his or her own desires or parts of character in order to make those they care about happy, protect them, and/or support a broader purpose. When Elsa accidentally hurts her sister, she is, as any loving sister would be, extremely devastated. But the aftermath of how she deals with this shows her INFJ personality. When she distances herself from her loved ones, it is out of her strong desire to keep them safe. A classic characteristic of INFJs is the tendency to put the needs of others above one’s own, and after such a frightening experience and at such young age, Elsa exhibits this trait very strongly. INFJs can be plenty dutiful in general, especially when the ones they care about are involved. So when Elsa takes the gloves and follows the words to “conceal, don’t feel, don’t let them know,” she takes it to heart with the utmost importance from a place of high Fe. Elsa is also a type 1 in the enneagram, which makes her that much more concerned about doing the right thing.