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This Artist’s Drawings Of Cartoon Princesses And Their Pets Look Like They’re Glowing (7 Pics)
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Animals, Art1 year ago

This Artist’s Drawings Of Cartoon Princesses And Their Pets Look Like They’re Glowing (7 Pics)

There’s a lot of art based on popular animation, like Disney, Pixar, and Dreamworks. This amazing artist from Russia stands out from all others because of her unique, glowing art. The young artist, known as Lander creates illustrations of princesses and their pets in her own style. Lander is in her early twenties, but she already makes astonishing artwork. She uses pencils to create her art, which makes it even more special.

The series is called “Princesses in real life” and it mostly features characters from Disney and their loyal pets. Lander makes the ladies way more realistic and detailed. She also does a lot of other characters, from Game of Thrones to Marvel, so if you want to see that, go to her social media!

What do you think of Lander’s art? Which one is your favorite? Maybe there’s a duo you would like to see drawn? Tell us in the comments!

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Rapunzel and Maximus from “Rapunzel”

Image credits: lander_art

Image credits: Disney

Megera and Pegasus from “Hercules”

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Image credits: Disney

Snow White and Astor from “Snow White”

Image credits: lander_art

Jasmine and Rajah from “Aladdin”

Image credits: lander_art

Fiona, Puss in Boots and Donkey from “Shrek”

Image credits: lander_art

Image credits: Dreamworks

Merida and Angus from “Brave”

Image credits: lander_art

Image credits: Disney

Chel and Altivo from “El Dorado”

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Image credits: Disney

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K.
Community Member
1 year ago

Unpopular opinion, but I love seeing artists’ spin on Disney princesses. We grew up with them, and now they have the skills to bring their versions to life. Doesn’t mean they’re any less creative, it just means there are more artwork by talents put into the world.

RavenClaw
Community Member
1 year ago

My opinion too!

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Tacocat
Community Member
1 year ago

I think this is great, but kinda wish the effect went past earrings. For instance, Megara's head-piece instead of earring or Jasmine's crown topper (that little gem thing). Great job overall, though!

Wolfstar
Community Member
1 year ago

I agree with you. It's cool, though.

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B
Community Member
1 year ago

But how is that glow effect achieved? As an artist I know that shading can do wonders, but the whole drawing must have been dulled with a neutral colour in order to have the white of the glow stand out so much. Or the glow is paint while the rest is pencil. Can't quite figure it out...

Nikki Sevven
Community Member
1 year ago

Take another look and notice that all the glowing items are reflecting onto their surroundings. It's an illusion, but a really good one.

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K.
Community Member
1 year ago

Unpopular opinion, but I love seeing artists’ spin on Disney princesses. We grew up with them, and now they have the skills to bring their versions to life. Doesn’t mean they’re any less creative, it just means there are more artwork by talents put into the world.

RavenClaw
Community Member
1 year ago

My opinion too!

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Tacocat
Community Member
1 year ago

I think this is great, but kinda wish the effect went past earrings. For instance, Megara's head-piece instead of earring or Jasmine's crown topper (that little gem thing). Great job overall, though!

Wolfstar
Community Member
1 year ago

I agree with you. It's cool, though.

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B
Community Member
1 year ago

But how is that glow effect achieved? As an artist I know that shading can do wonders, but the whole drawing must have been dulled with a neutral colour in order to have the white of the glow stand out so much. Or the glow is paint while the rest is pencil. Can't quite figure it out...

Nikki Sevven
Community Member
1 year ago

Take another look and notice that all the glowing items are reflecting onto their surroundings. It's an illusion, but a really good one.

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