Artist Gives Disney Princesses A New Look (9 Transformations)

For those of you Pandas out there who love Disney, drawing, and design, you’re bound to enjoy We Call It Disney’s art. Artist Marta Sánchez García, who runs the Instagram page, redesigned and upgraded the dresses that Disney princesses wear and the results are stunning.

Marta is especially proud of Pocahontas’ dress because that’s the one that she actually fully designed herself. “She is my favorite princess and she doesn’t get enough credit,” she told Bored Panda.

“The dresses that artists, including Disney artists, design for her are very boring and unappealing, in my opinion, so I was dying to do her justice and something modern that would represent her.” Scroll down for the rest of our chat with Marta, check out her drawings, and let us know which dresses you liked the most, dear Readers!

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Snow White

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Tiana & Naveen

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“People usually associate beige and blue with Pocahontas because those are the only colors she wears in the movie. This is a mistake that Disney designers make when It comes to her because Pocahontas represents all the colors in nature, even her song talks about all the colors of the wind!” the artist said.

“That’s why I make sure to represent all those colors in her dress, keeping the beige as the main one as a nod to the original. It was also very flowy, nothing corseted like the others. Pocahontas is the drawing that has the most likes, I am so happy people appreciate it.”

According to the artist, it takes her roughly 6 to 7 hours, split over 2 days, to complete each drawing. Of course, that depends on whether or not she’s motivated, but Marta told us that she usually is (otherwise she doesn’t finish the drawings).

“The redesigns for the dresses are from the Disney Midnight Masquerade collection. The dolls are absolutely stunning and I just had to draw those dresses into the animated princesses using the style of each one of their movies,” the artist told Bored Panda.

While Marta considers herself to be an artist, she hasn’t chosen that path in life. “I am currently studying journalism and I constantly think about whether I made the right choice,” she shared some of her worries.

“I love art and I couldn’t live without it in my life, but I guess it is more of a hobby than a job. Disney and art are a perfect combination of two worlds I love and this account gives me the perfect place to express it.”

Here’s what people thought of the artist’s drawings. Some loved them while others weren’t so sure if they liked them

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Jonas is a Bored Panda writer who previously worked as a world news journalist elsewhere. After getting his bachelor’s degree in Politics and International Relations at the University of Manchester, he returned home and graduated from Vilnius University with a master’s degree in Comparative Politics. Jonas enjoys writing articles ranging from serious topics like politics and social issues to more lighthearted things like art, pop culture, and nature. In his spare time, Jonas writes books and short stories and likes to draw lighthearted illustrations. A huge fan of literature, films, philosophy, and tabletop games, he also has a special place in his heart for anything related to fantasy or science fiction. Read more »

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