I tried to draw something today, it turned out like this and I didn’t really imagine it to be like that. In fact, it wasn’t supposed to look like that at all xD But somehow, I’m still pleased with how I drew it and I’m kinda proud of it -3-
In the novel adapted from the movie, there is a scene during the final battle where Lefou tells Belle “Gaston is upstairs !”. It didn’t appeared in the movie but I think it will be in the deleted scenes.
As a bit of an enthusiast when it comes to historical fashion it annoys me they tried to "modernize" it. Like the original dress wasn't period-accurate either, but it DID have a basis in history (albeit the wrong period), whereas the new dress doesn't seem to have any respect to history
i feel you, but if they had ditched the historical accuracy for a good looking dress, i would let it slide. like, i can’t speak for historical accuracy on cinderella’s dress, but just look at this
it really looks like a magical dress. like a big, fluffy, beautiful blue cloud of a dress. just looking at it makes me want to reach out and feel it’s texture. the only downside is the too tight corset, imo, but just loose it up a bit, let the poor girl fucking breathe, and you have a simple, yet regal and dreamy dress. a++
now compare it to this and just
what is this stiff, piss-colored thing. what the hell. it looks as sad as i feel while seeing it.
actually, for better accuracy, just take these two similar shots of the princesses wearing their respective gowns:
really, in my opinion, there’s no competition. this dress is lazy and boring. step up your game once more, disney.