The animation changes but the Disney magic stays the same
To think its 63 YEARS in between the two films is an amazing thing.
started to tear up because, maybe this would’ve been Walt’s 1st and 2nd favourite animation sequences
My housemate showed me this post and said which do I think is the best. Honestly the only way to answer was putting them together like this Cinderella’s just for the pure fact the transformation is flawless, the animation beautiful, and the fact it is 2D drawn by someone’s hand. But put these two scenes into their movies and Frozen wins out for me, it builds up with music, the story and has the transformation of Elsa’s personality.
This is why I love Starfire.
No. Like. This scene was really important. This douche hated her entire race and took that hatred out on Starfire. He called her slurs throughout the entire episode. And Starfire just endured it, because she knew her friends loved this guy. And when he is in trouble, about to die; she has every right to let him. But what does she do? She starts trying to help him. And even as she’s trying to save his life, he pushes her away, throwing slurs at her face. But she presses on, and ends up saving him. Do you know how important it was to see this as a kid? That no matter how much someone treats you with hatefulness and cruelty, the right thing to do when they’re in danger is to help them? That’s some powerful shit for a ‘kids show’, and don’t you dare look me in the eye and tell me that all of this is just superhero bullshit.
This was once the most common representation of female bodies. The rolls of fat and pudgy bellies existed along with thick thighs and broad hips. Some of those bodies were slim, some were chubby, some were fat, but they weren’t stretched out and smoothed out in Photoshop. They acted like bodies do, they looked real and believable. We lost that somewhere along the way, when people in the fashion business started wiping out any inconvenient fold, making us think they don’t exist and to have them is a blasphemy. Maybe it’s about time we remember they are perfectly normal and everyone has them, sometimes or all the time, no matter skinny or fat.
W-A Bouguereau: Elegy, Guilliaume Seignac: Young Woman Naked, Guillaume Seignac: Psyche, Jean-Jacques Henner: Salome, Peter Paul Rubens: Venus in front of the mirror, James Pradier: Odalisque, Guillaume Seignac: In the forrest, Sebastiano Ricci: Venus and Cupid, G. L. Bernini: Pluto and Proserpina.
I thought I’d just combine part 2 and 3 and just do one final post.
Above is a drawing from the same versions as last post’s iterations. At one point the Snow Queen had a full fur coat made out of live white ermines!
Kristoff was also a different character back…