We all come to recognize and appreciate what the most memorable characters from Disney classics look like. They all have their own distinct aesthetic, style, and character traits. Alex Pick has "shuffled the deck," as it were, and created his own series of Disney 'humanimals,' where he inverts the human characters into animals and animals into humans. And even though the transformations are radical, they're all accurate and true to the spirit of the character.
Alex Pick has been drawing ever since he could hold a pencil, and never wanted to do anything else. He grew up inspired by Disney animation, and even dreamed of becoming an animator for Disney himself. Even though this dream didn't turn out to be true, as the saying goes, as one door closes, another one opens. Which is why he's doing these series, and gaining thousands of loyal fans with each submission.
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Kanga And Roo, From Winnie The Pooh
Even without working at Disney, he has a solid professional success: Alex works as a designer at a German animation studio by day, and draws a lot of fanart after it. His favorite Disney movies are classics like The Little Mermaid, 101 Dalmatians, Aladdin, and Beauty and the Beast. But he also likes contemporary 3D movies like Tangled, Moana, and Frozen as well.
Owl, Rabbit & Gopher, From Winnie The Pooh
For those of you wanting to comment that humans are animals, hold your horses. It wasn't the artist's idea to call it like that. He noticed a few artists doing takes on this theme, and wanted to try his hand himself. And he really enjoys doing it. He's planning to do a take on movies like Zootopia, The Lion King, and others, so keep your eye out!
Mowgli As A Wolf
It isn't the first time he's been in Bored Panda's spotlight with these wonderful creations of his. Here's the link to the first part of this series, and as you can imagine, it's as great as this one. If you like his work, or you're a Disneyhead just like him, you can check him out on Instagram, or even become one of his 135k followers, who are always eager to see what he comes up with next. And if you just love anything Disney, here are some the most recent posts here on the topic, such as Disney princesses going through pregnancy, what if Disney had modern technologies, and another topic from Alex Pick doing covers of popular movie posters with Disney characters.