Disney has been featured on Bored Panda many times. Lots of artists like to take these beloved characters and remake them in their own unique style. That's exactly what Dim Draws, a digital illustrator from Greece, did. They took Disney and combined it with the style of classical paintings.
Dim Draws' style overall is reminiscent of the renaissance or similar periods. The artist usually picks gentle colors and poses very similar to the ones we can see in the paintings from that era. If you like Dim Draws' art and style, go check out their social media pages and shop. Don't forget to leave a comment and upvote your favorite renaissance princess!
"Famed is thy beauty, Majesty. But hold, a lovely maid I see. Alas, she is more fair than thee. Lips red as the rose. Hair black as ebony. Skin white as snow. Snow White!" - Snow White, 1937.
"I've been working on some new digital paintings of the Disney Princesses. I decided to start doing them by chronological order of their films' release. Here's the first-ever Disney Princess, Snow White from the 1937 classic film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. I worked hard on her to make her as beautiful as possible since she is indeed the 'Fairest of them all' in her story!"
"She's the one! She has come to break the spell." - Beauty and the Beast, 1991.
"Here’s my version of Belle from the iconic 1991 movie Beauty and the Beast. I wanted to include as many roses as possible in this picture since roses are a big iconic element of this fairy tale and also, I think the roses helped to create a more romantic atmosphere. Her dress was also super fun to paint!"
"Heard your princess was a sight lovely to see." - Aladdin, 1992.
"My take on Princess Jasmine from the 1992 movie Aladdin. She is the first and so far the only Disney Princess who wasn’t the main focus of her movie and yet she is loved by millions of fans! I wanted to include her pet tiger Rajah in this picture because I love him as well!"
"A girl rescued me. She was singing. She had the most beautiful voice." - The Little Mermaid, 1989.
"My take on the Mermaid Princess Ariel from the 1989 movie The Little Mermaid. She is the first one from the Disney Renaissance era and she was super important for the Disney studios! She also happens to be my favorite since I was very little and she is the one that I used to draw the most back then. I still really do love her and I hum Part of your World almost daily."
"One gift, beauty rare. Gold of sunshine in her hair, Lips that shame the red, red rose. She'll walk with springtime wherever she goes." - Aurora, 1959.
"My take on Princess Aurora from the 1959 movie Sleeping Beauty. I had a lot of fun with this one!"
"And yet, through it all, Cinderella remained ever gentle and kind, for with each dawn she found new hope that someday, her dreams of happiness would come true." - Cinderella, 1950.
"My take on Cinderella from the 1950 movie Cinderella. She's my favorite of the first three classic Princesses. I just find her to be so sweet and her story is the most iconic fairy-tale story in my opinion. I kept the background the most simple out of all of them because I was so pleased with how her silver ballgown came out that I didn't want to take any attention away from it!"