CalArts’ Character Animation students gave some Disney characters the Tron treatment, giving their silhouttes the trademark neon lines of Tron. They’ll keep good company to their brethren from Marvel.
We’ve mostly seen Disney Princesses in their cute lovey-dovey style, then we saw them shed those innocent looks, but now they have come in touch with the dark side. These images portraying Disney princesses as Sith were created by JosephB222. Oh look… the Little Mermaid’s got legs. Via: NerdApproved
Mickey Mouse is about to get brassy and covered in cogs and wheels. Disney Design Group Artist Mike Sullivan has been busy creating a Vinylmation Steampunk Series, which supposedly, will give Disney characters a Steampunk look. Official unveiling for the Steampunk series is early next year. There will be six figures in the set, and the images of samples out now have been hand-painted for detail.
Recently, we’ve seen Disney characters in a new light. Earlier, it was the ladies in a comic-book style look, and now it’s the male characters finally answering for their crimes and posing for mugshots. Seriously though, the charges against Simba look rather unfair. The full image after the jump.
Disney characters maintain their innocent, cute look; but what if some of the ladies from Disney shed off their conventional looks for a more sexy comic book style look. Artist J. Scott Campbell has the answer, and we have the image gallery. Check it out. Via: LikeCool
This stop motion animation from Disney is rather cool, and shows off the company’s immense talent. It’s quite basic upto the 1 minute mark, and after that the post-its swing into animation. The video was made to promote a volunteerism campaign for Disney employees. BoingBoing
Disney’s Alice In Wonderland has looked promising ever since they first came out with shots of the movie. It will be released on March 5, 2010 and will be available in digital 3D and IMAX 3D. For now, have a look at the fifth trailer of the movie.
Anime and cartoon fans can give the new iPod Shuffle company with these silicone covers inspired by Naruto and Disney characters. The Naruto covers look way better, only the Akatsuki cover seems a bit lame. Disney covers are good too, but Naruto wins hands down.Akihabara News