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7 Hilarious Fake Disney Scenes Which Certainly Would’ve Simplified The Real Movies

While almost illustrators create work for books, magazines, newspapers, exhibitions, and advertising, others create illustration work for digital platforms like apps, motion graphics, and animation. They often read all the books they could get their hands on and watch as many movies as possible to get more ideas for their illustrating work. And Disney movie is an example of a source. Many artists are also fans of this movie and create a lot of brilliant works about Disney scenes.

Today, we follow Illustrator Paul Westover to see his alternate-ending Disney series. He imagined how the stories would have developed in the most basic logic. When iconic characters such as Simba, Aladdin, and other beloved ones simplified the situations, the story must be changed in the most unexpected ways. As a result, the plots could likely get a lot shorter than the original version.

For instance, Ariel could have just made a note telling it was her who saved Eric. As we all know, she signed a contract that she had read so certainly she could read and write. And Cinderella is also worth mentioning. If She wouldn’t give clear instructions on how to find her or Simba would’ve told her who killed Mufasa. The problem might be solved way quicker and easier. Let’s scroll down to see more hilarious fake Disney scenes from Illustrator Paul Westover. His conspiracies will make you amazingly satisfied.

#1 Scar getting outed, and nobody being surprised

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#2 Snow White dropping one of the best “deal with it” statements of all time, and rocking shades

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#3 Aladdin rethinking his wishes

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#4 Gender-norms destroyed in Mulan

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#5 Belle rethinking this whole fall-in-love with a Beast thing

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#6 Cinderella doing what she should’ve DEFINITELY done in the original

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#7 The Little Mermaid, simplified

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