Hey guys! I've been meaning to write an article about my favorite Princess wardrobes for a while, but there were two major problems. The first problem was that I didn't know where to place them, and the second problem was pure freaking laziness. But, I finally decided to stop being lazy, get my crap together, and write the list. Sequels will not be included, which sadly means I won't be including my favorite Rapunzel outfit, her wedding dress. And, oh yeah, Anna and Elsa will be included. Sue me. So, let's get started! *Note* Please excuse awful collages.
When I comment on one pick and other fans wonder why I say so, it inspires me to make an article to explain more in the best way. I find a lot similarities of Elsa with Periwinkle (Secret of the Wings), Ralph and Vanellope (Wreck-it Ralph), Zarina (The Pirate Fairy), and Maleficent (Maleficent).
John Lasseter's Blue and Spikey "White" Hair
Similarities between Periwinkle & Elsa: - Both have ice power - Both ice are spreading quickly like fire (okay, not definitely Periwinkle's ice but ice from Periwinkle's place) - Both have white hairs, or whatever platinum blonde which looks...
I'm slightly obsessed with eyes. I love drawing them, I love looking at them, and when I look at the beauty of a person, princess or not, the eyes play a big part in their attractiveness. So I decided to make an article about my favorite Disney Princess eyes. Honestly, they all have gorgeous eyes, so this will be difficult. But, I shall try my hardest. Oh yeah, Anna and Elsa are included.
13. Cinderella Her eyes are a really pretty color. They are an amazing shade of blue, and... well, that's about all I like about them. The shape of them is really weird, and in a lot of shots, they are just...
I've never done this before. And as a new user, I'm pretty sure that I'm dipping into a kind of no-man's land, here.
I primarily judge Disney princesses not by their looks or anything, but by their character, and by their plot-lines. Some of the Disney princesses are less developed than others, in my opinion, and that might be partially due to the story/plot-line itself ( as most of Disney is adaptation-based).
Some of the characteristics of each princess I find admirable, while other traits I just find...for lack of a better term...irritating. Yeah.
Third article in three days? I have a life..heh...heh..ANYWAYS, I've heard multiple times people calling Elsa complex, but they usually don't give an argument to back that up, so I decided to write this! I've also heard a lot of complaints from Frozen haters asking how Elsa is so complex, so I'm writing this for that as well. Anyway let's get started! I hope you enjoy! :)
Characteristics of a Complex Character (gotten online):
1. He or she undergoes an important change as the plot unfolds.
2. The changes he or she experiences occur because of his or her actions or experiences in the story.