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Tag Archives: fan art
We recently posted about the video contest for Disney’s Into the Woods, turns out there’s a fan art contest too. Fire up that Photoshop (or whatever you use to create animated gifs or regular art) for your chance to win … Continue reading
When Disney’s Big Hero 6 opens on November 7th, it’s going to have some big competition from the latest Christopher Nolan film – Interstellar, which opens on the 5th. Pre-saging that encounter a little bit, video mashup artist Bobby Burns … Continue reading
Are you a fan of the retro? How about an 8-bit chiptune version of Disney’s Frozen. It’s like playing a video game without the need for quarters. Just like the movie, right?
There are a few Disney fan art creators who I feel Disney should scoop up immediately and mass produce their art. Amy Mebberson, of Pocket Princesses comic strip fame, is one of them. As it turns out, Mebberson actually does … Continue reading