Things. Just many, many things. Also, look at my cat :D
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Disney animator Glen Keane, who designed and supervised the animation of Pocahontas on screen, revisits the Native American Princess and shows us how she might look as a little girl who painted the “the colors of the wind.”
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Disney Divas
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Disney Series: Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Pocahontas, Hercules, Mulan and Lilo & Stitch by Trixie Pama
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I want my dolls… I still dont know what Im gonna do
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Reinterpreting Disney Princess Costumes Through a Historical Lens:
If you grew up watching Disney movies, then you can probably picture the evening gown that Cinderella wore to Prince Charming’s ball or what Jasmine was wearing when she took that magic carpet ride with Aladdin. What you probably never considered was whether or not these signature ensembles were historically accurate. LA-based illustrator Claire Hummel, an artist for Microsoft Game Studios Publishing, decided to do some research on the subject, and the resulting images, while not necessarily the stuff of childhood memories, provide an interesting glimpse into the history of fashion.

“Oh, Pocahontas. Really not one of my favorite Disney films, but it posed an interesting challenge. Note that this is the Disney character, not the historical figure, so while I tried to make the outfit accurate to 17th century Powhatan clothing she is, most definitely, not a 12-year-old. It’s my happy middle ground when drawing a historical version of an inaccurate portrayal of a historical person. That’s a mouthful.
“My one big cheat on this was her necklace — the shell necklace should in theory be a deep purple (turquoise is a much more Southwestern commodity), but you lose so much of the Pocahontas visual identity without the splash of teal around her neck.”

reblogging all these again for the interesting artist comments.
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You are Pocahontas. You defy convention and sometimes do what is considered taboo. Unfortunately, others do not always appreciate your differences, so it’s good that you are so strong-willed. You are loyal and you believe in fate. Your true love will find you one day.