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Disney Princesses are brainchild of The Walt Disney Company. Since the early 2000s, Disney Consumer Products chairman Andy Mooney huddled and consolidated these gorgeous princesses in fairy tails into one 'franchise'.
Over the years, we have seen how characters like Belle, Tiana, Rapunzel, Snow White, Jasmine, Cinderella, Aurora, Merida, Ariel, Pocahontas, and Mulan emerged as epitomes of elegance, might, and strength, as well as of honor and beauty. Some of them, as we all know, came from classic children stories, transformed into 2-Dimensional cartoon form, and now, are shining, shimmering, splendid in high-technology cartoon outputs, say 3-Dimensional and realistic art forms.
At present, there were some artists aspiring to be more creative around remaking these princesses using other art techniques, especially in cartooning them. We've heard and witnessed some artistic reductions featuring these Disney ladies, showing up as real-life princesses, men, villains, and the likes. Recently, there's another artistic way which became famous through social media, and that features Disney Princesses drawn as if they are anime characters.
Let's have a glimpse of these Disney ladies, and feel the Japanese way of drawing animations first hand (or at least virtually).
Princess Jasmine Al-Hamed of Agrabah is the leading lady for the animated film Aladdin (1992), The Return of Jafar (1994), and Aladdin The King of Thieves (1996).
"Under the sea!" fictional character Ariel first emerged in 1989 film "The Little Mermaid".
Princess Tiana of Maldonia is known as "The Frog Princess" in the animated film The Princess and The Frog (2009). This story involves this waitress who agreed to be kissed by a prince (who happens to be a witch doctor), and transformed her into a frog. Tiana is the first African-American Disney princess.
Belle, as we know it, the Disney Princess in the animated film Beauty and the Beast. which first played in 1991.
Princess Cinderella is that lady who, after the death of his father, was left in the bad hands of her stepmother and two evil sisters. You know what happens when she met the fairy godmother, and made her the chance to be a princess not before 12:00am. There are three main films featuring this princess: Cinderella (1950), Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (2002), and Cinderella III: A Twist in Time (2007).
Hey, it's Fa Mulan who appeared in two installments of the animated movie Mulan (1998, 2004)! This movie is based on the Chines warrior Han Mulan.
Princess Merida of DunBroch sprouted from the 2012 movie Brave. On May 11,2013, Merida was announced as part of the Disney Princess family, specifically the 11th member.
Snow White first appeared in the movie Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs (1937), and the is the first Disney Princess, and the first fictional female character who got a star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Crazy!
Pocahontas starred in her self-titled animated movie, with two installments (1995,1998). The character was based on the historical account of the daughter of the Native American chief of Powhatan paramountcy. The Song Colors of the Wind was used as a musical score in the movie.
Rapunzel appears in the 50th animated Disney movie Tangled (2010).