Brilliant Artist Reimagined Disney Characters In A Unique Style And The Result Is Astonishing!
In this day and age, more and more artists have created unique paintings which are inspired by Disney characters. Obviously, all of these works have distinctive colors and feature the personal touch of the artists.As for Emily Nguyen, she also brings her unique vibes to her Disney-inspired artworks. The inspiration for her Disney fanart came from her deep love for Disney movies. Through her artworks, we can see how much effort she has put into transforming Disney's iconic style into her personal sense. More than that, all of them are hand-drawn, but the colors are digitally enhanced.
Scroll down and check out her stunning painting below!
#1 Tiana and Naveen in "The Princess and The Frog"
Source: Emily NguyenBy using colors harmoniously, the drawing of Tiana and Naveen is sparkling under the pink sky.
#2 Belle in "Beauty and The Beast"
Source: Emily NguyenAside from Belle's typical yellow dress, Emily Nguyen illustrated a distinctive facial expression compared to the original one.
#3 Aurora, Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather in "Sleeping Beauty"
Source: Emily NguyenThree Good Fairies appear with Aurora in one frame. The artist has mixed the colors appropriately which makes the painting more beautiful.
#4 Aladdin and Abu in "Aladdin"
Source: Emily NguyenThe artist has used her unique style to redraw Aladdin and Abu. This drawing looks so artistic!
#5 Snow White in "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"
Source: Emily NguyenEmily Nguyen always takes advantage of various colors in her drawings to make them more brightly.
Source: Emily NguyenAccording to Emily's style, Tinkerbell is featured with her specific color. As I can see this painting is wonderful with sparkling spots.
#7 Basil and Ratigan in "The Great Mouse Detective"
Source: Emily NguyenIn my opinion, they look super cool in this artwork.
Source: Emily NguyenBeing illustrated with the dark magic, Maleficent is charming while carrying her raven.
#9 Mad Hatter and March Hare in "Alice in Wonderland"
Source: Emily NguyenDue to her drawing skill, Mad Hatter and March Hare are cooler than before.
#10 Ariel in "The Little Mermaid"
Source: Emily NguyenAriel has a different appearance thanks to Emily.
Source: Emily NguyenDespite being illustrated uniquely, I think Cinderella is gorgeous as always.
#12 Frollo in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"
Source: Emily NguyenFrollo still looks powerful!
Source: Emily NguyenAlong with her white hair, Ursula has a cruel appearance which makes me frightened.
Source: Emily NguyenAre you surprised when seeing another version of Mulan in this drawing?
#15 Cinderella's Step-Sisters
Source: Emily NguyenIn my point of view, they are much more beautiful than in the movie.
#16 Cruella De Vil, Jasper, and Horace in "101 Dalmatians"
Source: Emily NguyenThe artist has highlighted the specific feature of Cruella. She is outstanding with her black-and-white hair.
#17 Evil Queen in "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"
Source: Emily NguyenShe is featured with her cruelty clearly.
#18 Captain Hook in "Peter Pan"
Source: Emily NguyenThe harmony of utilizing color is the particular feature of Emily. She is always good at blending color reasonably.
#19 Belle in "Beauty in the Beast"
Source: Emily NguyenAnother version of Belle in the blue dress is remarkable!
Source: Emily NguyenPocahantas in the drawing is highlighted with the long hair. She looks truly gorgeous!
#21 Alice in "Alice in Wonderland"
Source: Emily NguyenEmily has illustrated Alice in the style of Mad Hatter. Such a creative piece of art!
#22 Ariel in "The Little Mermaid"
Source: Emily NguyenAnother colorful version of Ariel, this style of Ariel is actually distinctive.
Source: Emily NguyenEmily has used bright pink to redraw Maleficent. It completely suits her.
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