Could All Disney Fan Identify These Iconic Disney Princesses Just By Their Silhouettes?
In 2013, Willemijn posted a series of her paintings depicting Disney princesses with just their silhouettes. These princesses are all-black characters, but with just a few finer details about their right hair and accessories, it is more than enough for Disney fans to identify who they are. For example, Ariel is easily recognized with her striking red hair or Merida's defining features are her flowing curly hair.
Let's check out these fascinating paintings and don't forget to let us know what you think about this wonderful collection!
#1 Ariel in "The Little Mermaid"
Source: willemijn1991We can easily recognize Ariel just by her long red hair.
#2 Aurora in "Sleeping Beauty"
Source: willemijn1991Aurora's long blonde hair and her sleeping pose are definitely her defining features.
#3 Rapunzel in "Tangled"
Source: willemijn1991When staying in the towel, Rapunzel used most of her time combing her magic long hair.
#4 Esmeralda in "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame"
Source: willemijn1991Esmeralda looks pretty with her favorite color - purple.
#5 Snow White in "Snow White and the seven dwarfs"
Source: willemijn1991Just one apple is more than enough to sketch our Snow White.
#6 Princess Belle in "Beauty and the Beast"
#7 Kida in "Atlantis: The Lost Empire"
Source: willemijn1991If you're a fan of Atlantis, you won't be able to forget Kida's sparkling necklace.
#8 Mulan in "Mulan".
Source: willemijn1991Mulan and her signature martial arts posture.
#9 Tinkerbell in "Peter Pan"
Source: willemijn1991Even with just a black shadow, you can still easily recognize Tinkerbell thanks to her wings.
#10 Tiana in "Princess and the Frog"
Source: willemijn1991Tiana and the plates are familiar images to Disney fans.
#11 Pocahontas in "Pocahontas"
Source: willemijn1991Unlike Kida's necklace, Pocahontas' one looks much more massive.
#12 Princess Cinderella in "Cinderella"
Source: willemijn1991Surely no one would not recognize this beautiful princess, right?
#13 Megara in "Hercules"
Source: willemijn1991This talented artist focuses on portraying Megara through her distinctive hairstyle.
#14 Princess Jasmine in "Aladdin"
Source: willemijn1991Instead of coloring Jasmine's hair, willemijn1991 only painted the hairline in green, but that was enough to recognize this smart princess.
#15 Merida in "Brave"
Source: willemijn1991Our Merida has always been a strong girl even as a silhouette.
#16 Which Disney silhouette impresses you the most?