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Talented Artist Transforms Famous Disney Animals And Characters Into Human Beings

Isabelle Staub is a remarkable artist with excellent drawing skills, and she came up with the idea of redesigning her favorite famous Disney animals as human beings. It is a unique concept that made Disney characters more lively and took Disney fans by the storm, too.

The young artist makes the best use of her brilliant talent in order to accomplish her ideas. Thanks to all of her efforts, her works are received a lot of love after having been published on her Instagram account.

Did you imagine some of your favorite characters as human beings? If you see her illustrations, you would be surprised because it is absolutely stunning. You must have been wondered how the characters could look so wonderful as human beings.

Scroll down and check out her drawings below for yourself to have full comprehension of those works of art!

#1 Lady – “Lady and the Tramp”

Source: Walt Disney Studios

The human version of Lady

Source: Isabelle Staub

Such a stunning human version of Lady! I am completely impressed by her drawing.

#2 Dory, “Finding Dory”

Source: Walt Disney Studios

This illustration of Dory as a human being.

Source: Isabelle Staub

I think this girl in Isabelle Staub’s drawing has a specific feature of Dory as well as her own traits.

#3 Nala, “The Lion King”

Source: Walt Disney Studios

The human version of Nala

Source: Isabelle Staub

As can be seen, it is very hard to transform Nala into a human being because of its own specific facial expression. Isabelle Staub does so well with this character!

#4 Marie, “The Aristocats”

Source: Walt Disney Studios

The transformation of Marie

Source: Isabelle Staub

This beautiful white cat looks so gorgeous as a human being with her pink bowtie.

#5 Lola – “Shark Tale”

Source: Walt Disney Studios

The drawing of Lola as a human

Source: Isabelle Staub

This girl has a charming appearance like Lola. Isabelle Staub has drawn exactly the two-tone hair of Lola.

#6 Pocahantas from “Pocahantas” movie

Source: Isabelle Staub

Besides transforming animal characters, Isabelle Staub also has drawn Disney Princesses as human beings. Most of her works look truly wonderful. Pocahantas is so outstanding in her drawing.

#7 Ariel from “The Little Mermaid”

Source: Isabelle Staub

She has an elegant appearance with her outstanding red hair.

#8 Belle from “Beauty and the Beast”

Source: Isabelle Staub

In this drawing, I see Belle is just the same as in the animated version because she still looks so smart and gorgeous.

#9 Esmeralda from “The Hunchback Of Notre-dame”

Source: Isabelle Staub

Esmeralda has a little different from the original because of the purple hair. Isabelle Staub made her more stunning.

#10 Tiana from “The Princess and the frog”

Source: Isabelle Staub

Tiana is more and more beautiful in the illustration.

#11 Jasmine from “Aladdin”

Source: Isabelle Staub

I can’t deny that Jasmine has a sagacious look in this drawing.

#12 Aurora from “Sleeping Beauty”

Source: Isabelle Staub

There is a gentle Aurora in the portrait that makes me so impressed.

#13 Kida Nedakh from “Atlantis: The Lost Empire”

Source: Isabelle Staub

Isabelle Staub made her white hair more remarkable and charming.

#14 Nani from “Lilo And Stitch”

Source: Isabelle Staub

When seeing this work, I think Nani is much more beautiful and adorable than ever before.

#15 Roxanne from “A Goofy Movie”

Source: Isabelle Staub

Roxanna still has her own charming in the illustration.

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