here are the rest.. OMG!!
Have you ever wondered what Disney characters might look in real life? If you have, then today is your lucky day! Jirka Väätäinen is a graphic design student based in Bournemouth, UK. Last September he created digital paintings to represent real life versions of famous Disney female characters. This series on Behance, titled Envisioning Disney Characters in “Real Life,” is one of the most ‘appreciated’ projects of all time.
As you will see, the outcome of his work is nothing short of amazing. Below are 15 famous Disney female characters and what they might look like in real life. Enjoy! To stay updated with Jirka, be sure to check out his personal blog: Jirkavinse.wordpress.com
Note: This is simply a personal project and holds no affiliation with Disney in any way.
PS - These are AMAZING!
Its my birthday in 2 weeks…
Yes please .. and thankyou. :)
I can’t take it any longer! I want more doctor who!!!….
This is the best gif i could find of this scene.
can’t wait to see The Avengers again tomorrow night. :D
OK. Rant pants on.
I just saw someone reblog this song - not this post, I didn’t want to reblog that post with my rant on it, but an identical version of this song. I’m a fan of Ellie Goulding, and my dad’s favourite musician is Elton John so I’m a fan of his by default. (Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters, guys. Look it up.) I listened to it, I’m not afraid to admit I got a little teary, I opened iTunes.
Right, iTunes Store, go to the search box, “ellie goulding your song”.
First 10 song options:
-Your Song (Tribute to Ellie Goulding)
-Your Song (Ellie Goulding Cover)
-Your Song (Acapella Ellie Goulding)
and they go on like that. (The one person who wrote “Originally by Ellie Goulding” gets super bonus demerit points.)
So, I thought, no worries. “See All >”, I click.
Of 75 results, exactly 74 of them are karaoke versions. Now, people have accused me of not being very fun, but surely you’d all have to admit that’s unnecessary? I mean, I think 2 would be unnecessary, but 74 is pretty clearly bullshit.
But there’s one. A single island in the sea of lyricless shit. I click the buy button.
Or, rather, I click where the buy button would be. It says “View”.
I’m now viewing the page for an album. I don’t speak a lot of French, but “L’amour dure trois ans (Bande originale du film)” sounds like it’s the soundtrack to the movie “Love… dure three ans”. Look, I told you I don’t speak a lot of French. It looks like a solid album - Nat King Cole, The Prodigy’s Smack My Bitch Up, there’s even Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters sitting there.
But it’s 16.99. I’m not spending 17 dollars for 1 song I sort of like, 1 song I love but already own, 1 song I want to own, and 12 songs I have no desire to add to my music collection.
If you look up, you’ll see two asterisks. One at the end of the list, one a couple of lines down. That’s how long it took the song to torrent illegally. In fact, I typed “ellie goulding” in, expecting I’d have to pick it from a discography - that song, alone, a single 3 megabyte torrent, was the second result.
Music companies. I know you’re not listening, but I want it to be said that I at least tried: this is bullshit. I have money sitting here for you. I will throw it at you. But - and this goes for everyone else who tries to sell me stuff on the internet - if you make it harder than it needs to be, I will steal your shit and not even feel bad.
Rants like these is why I keep you around.