how to be an actual princess ♡
  • be soft, sweet and gentle
  • offer help to those who are in need
  • wish upon shooting stars
  • get lots of rest (princesses need their beauty sleep)
  • be respectful of all living things, such as plants and animals
  • tend to a garden while wearing an oversized sunhat
  • take bubble baths
  • try to drink green tea every day (it’s good for your metabolism and incredibly calming)
  • use a parasol when you go for walks, as sunlight is bad for your skin
  • always be polite
  • apply hand lotion at least twice a day
  • let your laugh be as bright as your smile
  • remember to read and study (princesses are as knowledgeable as they are beautiful)
  • be wholeheartedly kind
  • let yourself cry for others and for yourself
  • allow your heart to be gentle and delicate
  • watch the clouds in a field full of flowers
  • wear lots of lace and silk
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Commission for a little canadian fabric shop. The whole composition is based on the original tales. This work really exausted me, the worst part was balance colors and composition, but at least i’m satisfied. Some zoom on the single character may help you see better all the details :)

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Wreck-It Ralph 2 will Feature the Disney Princesses – and Many of Their Original Voice Actors!

THR reports: Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2, the sequel to the 2012 Oscar-nominated video-game-world-set hit, is slated to open Nov. 21, 2018, it was announced at D23, the Disney expo taking place in Anaheim.

Sarah Silverman (the voice of Vanellope von Schweetz), along with directors Rich Moore (who won an Oscar earlier this year for Zootopia) and Phil Johnston, were onstage to present a clip from the movie — a clip that drove the assembled crowd of roughly 7,000 into wild cheers.

The clip showed Vanellope, in a website named OhMyDisney.com, meeting all the Disney princesses in the hopes of stirring up some trouble. But as she interacts with them — in ways that, in rapid succession, lovingly skewer the history and tropes of Disney animated classics and princesses — she develops a respect for them. And she gives them a wardrobe change.

Many of the original voices of the princesses returned for the scene, and those actresses then made an appearance at the presentation. Jodi Benson (Ariel), Paige O'Hara (Belle), Linda Larkin (Jasmine), Irene Bedard (Pocahontas), Anika Noni Rose (Tiana), Mandy Moore (Rapunzel), Kelly Macdonald (Merida), Auli'i Cravalho (Moana) and Kristen Bell (Anna) took the stage in a historic meeting of Disney princesses, causing a prolonged ovation from the crowd.

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EDIT: FOUND THE ARTIST YOU PEOPLE!!! 

These are all works of the talented @dorodraws who not only is here on tumblr but also has a TON more super pretty disney fanart for yout to drool at… so have at it guys! 

EDIT 2: The last one isn’t from dorodraws. The artist is @dc9spot and there’s more completely adorable and bullshit free Beau and the Beast here and here

Isn’t it weird that they aren’t all by the same person? great minds think alike or something like that. Don’t forget to visit both their blogs for more awesome art!

Does anyone know the artist of these? They are al found in google, but it’s all reposts and they are never credited and i really badly need to know who they are. Like i need more of them right away.

And really, could you please look at them? they’re all oh sooo pretty and dainty and so true to disney magic in general and can you please look at that ADORABLE and COMPLETELY HYPOCRISY/BULLSHIT FREE genderbend of Beauty and the Beast? That’s incredibly rare to see and i love it so much.

So this person really deserves the credit and also the fandom really needs more of this type of genderbends. Even if it might not know it does. 

*slams fists on table*

Snow White did not escape an abusive household and remain compassionate

Cinderella did not endure abuse, remain kind, and have her dreams come true

Aurora did not continue to dream when she knew no-one but the fairies

Ariel did not rebel against her father’s outdated rules, and find her happiness

Belle did not take her father’s place as prisoner, stand up to a misogynist, and see past outer appearance

Jasmine did not fight against an outdated law so she could marry who she wanted

Pocahontas did not throw herself in front of her father’s club to stop war

Mulan did not SAVE CHINA and break gender roles

Tiana did not become a successful business owner and prove the racist men that said she couldn’t “because of her background” wrong, and marry a prince

Rapunzel did not fight her abusive “mother”, save Eugene’s life, follow her dream, and find her true parents

Merida did not refuse to arrange to be married and rekindle her relationship with her mother

Anna did not throw herself in front of a sword, save her sister’s life, travel across a mountainous landscape for her sister and save Arendelle

Elsa did not discover her true self, become a queen, and be reunited with her sister

Moana did not sail across the sea and restore the heart of Te Fiti…

…just to be called “weak”.

“What’s the noise?” The princess tensed a little on the bed, one hand going instinctively for a weapon that wasn’t there.

“It’s nothing,” the other princess murmured. They leaned in for a soothing kiss, stroking their hair. Watching them melt a fraction. “Just my people taking over your castle.”

Here’s another Beauty and the Beast concept painting I did! This knocks out two designs in one piece: Belle’s gold dress and the Beast in his human form. In the words of Glen Keane through Belle in a cut line, ‘Do you think you could grow a beard?’ I’m one of the people who wishes that the Beast remained in his non-human form, so I tried to keep some of his more “animal” features in this design (mainly those furrowed brows). Belle’s gown is perfect in the original film and if it isn’t Baroque, don’t fix it, so I tried to remain faithful to the original design. I imagined it being made of a more diaphanous fabric than the fabric in the animation, though. The overall style of this one is based on Gainsborough who to my understanding was one of the inspirations for the original film.

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Moana by jenniferrxv