If you are like me, you are a raging alcoholic and should seek help immediately. Also, you didn’t know that some of Disney’s most famous cartoons were actually developed by using scenes with real actors. I know what you are thinking, “Ben, have you been drinking?” and the answer is: Of course I have! I just told you I’m an alcoholic! But apperently this was a real thing. It’s called Rotoscoping and it’s when animators trace the frames of live action film footage to make realistic animations. I choose to interpret that as animators are all hacks who have to trace things. But seriously it’s pretty cool, here are some examples of how they did it. There is no photo evidence that Disney dressed a fox and a bear up as Robin Hood and Little John, but how else would the animators know how to draw that? Enjoy! Advertisements
Here are a few pictures of Disney Princesses re-imagined in different ethnicities. And for all you racists out there who have a problem with this I say: WAKE UP! It’s 1999! What’s that? 2014 you say? Wow! I need to get a new calendar. Enjoy the pictures!
This is a series of pictures by animator Jeff Hong in which we see some of our favourite Disney characters Unhappily Ever After through the trials and tribulations of living in our reality. While some of these pictures are somewhat disturbing, the silver lining is that at least it’s a beautiful day outside [looks outside window] what?! Rain! Everything is terrible! Enjoy the pictures!
I think it might look a little bit like this: Of course we know this would never happen as ugly people always lose out to good looking people. Unless you are Steve Buscemi. That guy is unstoppable!