theworldbeyondthevoid:

OK, so as per normal with me I haven’t posted in a while. But you know what I have done, watched Frozen, and it is awesome as you probably already know. These here lovely art pieces are done by one of my favorite artists, Lovelyrugby,  I wanted to make a compilation of her awesome work depicting Kristoff and Anna form said movie. So enjoy and don’t forget to check out more of Lovelyrugby's stuff over at her page.

True love stories never have endings

Rapture

Princess and ‘Reindeer King’

Warm with you

Twilight

Wonderland

Happy Endings

Promises

Christening

The best part of the movie for me was the songs, I mean one of them even won an Oscar. Let it go was stuck in my head for days after seeing it, I still listen to it from time to time. Well not much else to say so will end it with Keep calm and keep being awesome!

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eternalecho:

Do you wanna build a snowman?

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liaoh92:

Do you believe I can finish it……? I don’t believe in me though lol

but I hope so

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wannabeanimator:

Ward Kimball

"Here is Ward, practically as a kid at about twenty-five, animating rich acting scenes with one of his iconic characters Jiminy Cricket. It is astonishing to realize just how young the Disney crew was when the studio produced its early classic films. 

Just look at one of his rough animation drawings. It’s solid, full of life, has a ton of flair and that Disney charm. According to Kimball and the other animators it was Walt Disney, who was able to get his artists to this unimaginable level of excellence, and had them do things they didn’t know they were capable of doing. Walt’s exuberant passion for the animated medium rubbed off on everybody.” Deja View

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Let’s go bring back SUMMER!

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disneylandguru:

Hidden Wonder of  Disneyland #2 - Disney’s Animations Building
The second attraction is found in California Adventures. Disney’s Animations is more than just a good place to catch a break from the California sun and cool down. When you walk into the building, you follow a wall that has the words “Once Upon A Time” painted on it.
Following this path, you are dumped into an enormous room and are surrounded by a 360 degree view of huge screens that play scenes from Disney movies. I like to go in and sit on one of the couches in the main room and just watch and listen. Its pretty magical, in the true Disney fashion.
Then, spiraling out of the main room, are different wings inside the Animations building.One area shows the original sketches of cartoon characters. My favorites are the original sketches of Ursula from the Little Mermaid, The Beast from Beauty and the Beast, and Buzz from Toy Story.I never knew that one of the ideas for The Beast’s character was a baboon! This room also shows how characters were originally constructed and made to move. You can create your own moving cartoons on tables inside this wing.
In another wing, is the show Turtle Talk with Crush from the movie Finding Nemo. Members of the audience can actually talk with the animated version of Crush on screen inside the little theater. Crush can identify specific people in the audience by what they are wearing, or how loud they are.Its really amazing! You can ask Crush any question, and he will answer. One of our friends asked what Beatles song was Crush’s favorite, and he said that Yellow Submarine was his favorite! I think the show lasts around 20 minutes. The show kept me and my family talking about it for the rest of the day!
One of the other wings inside the Animations building lets you figure out which Disney character you are most like. My whole family went wild in this room! The room itself is designed to be how The Beast’s library would look. There are maybe 10 stations where you can take the quiz and have your picture taken. The quiz determined that I was Belle from Beauty and the Beast, my dad was Mushu from Mulan, and my mom was (of course) Mulan. Even my grandparents got really into it and were excited to find their Disney alter ego.
The last wing that me and my family really liked was Ursula’s Grottos , where Ursula steals your voice, and places it into scenes from Disney movies. You can chose if you want to sing a song, or have your voice dubbed into a conversation. My favorite scene to do is the clip of Simba and Scar from the Lion King where they talk about being a monkeys uncle. Its just as much fun to watch other people in my group do the voice overs, as it was for me to actually do the talking.

~*~Fawn~*~

fairiesofdisney:

disneylandguru:

Hidden Wonder of  Disneyland #2 - Disney’s Animations Building

The second attraction is found in California Adventures. Disney’s Animations is more than just a good place to catch a break from the California sun and cool down. When you walk into the building, you follow a wall that has the words “Once Upon A Time” painted on it.

  • Following this path, you are dumped into an enormous room and are surrounded by a 360 degree view of huge screens that play scenes from Disney movies. I like to go in and sit on one of the couches in the main room and just watch and listen. Its pretty magical, in the true Disney fashion.
  • Then, spiraling out of the main room, are different wings inside the Animations building.One area shows the original sketches of cartoon characters. My favorites are the original sketches of Ursula from the Little Mermaid, The Beast from Beauty and the Beast, and Buzz from Toy Story.I never knew that one of the ideas for The Beast’s character was a baboon! This room also shows how characters were originally constructed and made to move. You can create your own moving cartoons on tables inside this wing.
  • In another wing, is the show Turtle Talk with Crush from the movie Finding Nemo. Members of the audience can actually talk with the animated version of Crush on screen inside the little theater. Crush can identify specific people in the audience by what they are wearing, or how loud they are.Its really amazing! You can ask Crush any question, and he will answer. One of our friends asked what Beatles song was Crush’s favorite, and he said that Yellow Submarine was his favorite! I think the show lasts around 20 minutes. The show kept me and my family talking about it for the rest of the day!
  • One of the other wings inside the Animations building lets you figure out which Disney character you are most like. My whole family went wild in this room! The room itself is designed to be how The Beast’s library would look. There are maybe 10 stations where you can take the quiz and have your picture taken. The quiz determined that I was Belle from Beauty and the Beast, my dad was Mushu from Mulan, and my mom was (of course) Mulan. Even my grandparents got really into it and were excited to find their Disney alter ego.
  • The last wing that me and my family really liked was Ursula’s Grottos , where Ursula steals your voice, and places it into scenes from Disney movies. You can chose if you want to sing a song, or have your voice dubbed into a conversation. My favorite scene to do is the clip of Simba and Scar from the Lion King where they talk about being a monkeys uncle. Its just as much fun to watch other people in my group do the voice overs, as it was for me to actually do the talking.

~*~Fawn~*~

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