Aaaaaaall right, so, HERE is my take on what could have been an alternate concept for Disney’s upcoming Frozen movie. All the usual disclaimers about how I have no problem with Disney itself, I just think there are places other than Europe to set an animated movie, and the This Could Have Been Frozen project is a nice way to stretch the design muscles and give a little love where it is well past due.
I know lots of people count Kuzco as a South American princess, but, well, I don’t, so I thought putting something set in the Andes (specifically the Argentina stretch) would be something fun, and different, and give lots of opportunities for bright colors and impressive, snowy expanses.
Oh wow, I love this!
I’m in love with this
also yes argentinian princess take all my money
eeee why is everyone so beautiful?
So part 1 concept art for this. the next part will be digitial. And yeah, I think this is a wonderful idea!
Um lets see I know the movie Frozen is based off the Snow Queen and the movie is set in Europe right? SO I thought, why not Africa? In Tanzania, on the snowy caps on Mount Kilimanjaro.
I made a whole storyline for it too omg.
So her name is Amina (Means princess; prosperous in Swahili.)
She lives in the secret part of Mt.Kilimanjaro and is the one who keeps the mountain secure and steady for the people of Tanzania.
I have more but haha.
- Idris Elba as James Bond
- Richard Ayoade as Q
If Idris Elba is to be James Bond, can we have Richard Ayoade as Q please?
I retouched some of my Alice in Wonderland work and I did a new spot sketch and a facial expressions page for Alice. Working on my children’s book portfolio. :)
Racebent Rapunzel. (c) 2012
OH MY GOD I WANT THIS TO BE A REAL THING SOBS
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It’s not really a question, but an observation. I understand the reasons, but on Facebook after the recent post about TMI casting information a lot of fans are confused as to why they would want an Asian actor for Magnus Bane. Think you…
So I’ve read a few books from the Infernal Devices series and have to admit I’m not a big fan. I am however glad that Cassandra Clare is taking a strong stand against the white-washing of any of her characters for future film adaptations. Also seriously YA readers, CC was not remotely vague about the fact that Magnus Bane was Asian, and it comes up frequently enough that we can assume it’s an important part of who his character is.
O.J. Mariano as Sebastian and Calvin Milado as King Triton
On incorporating the Asian setting:
“We are creating a ‘Little Mermaid’ unlike any other. It will be an exciting fusion of East meets West elements. Our underwater kingdom will be completely Asian in theme and our above water world will be Western, representing two different worlds. We will also be using traditional forms of Asian and Western puppetry including Wayang shadow play, bunraku, nang kaloung and western hand puppetry,” says Garcia.
Read more at: http://gibbscadiz.multiply.com/journal/item/2093
Go’s Ariel wears a pair of giant seashell sleeves that resembles the typical Filipiniana terno’s large, puffed sleeves. On the other hand, Calvin Millado’s King Triton, the Sea King and Ariel’s father, dons a traditional Balinese royal costume. On the other hand, what the production lacks in expensive set pieces and flying harnesses, which are common currency in Broadway musicals nowadays, it makes up for with puppeteer-actors, who control wayang or shadow puppets, bunraku or traditional Japanese puppets, and nang kaloung or Cambodian puppets during certain parts of the show. By the way, merfolks are not strapped on rollerblades in this production!