Some of the most beloved cartoon characters are Disney animals including The Lion Kings' Simba, both Lady and Tramp as well as countless others. Yet what if they were human? Would their charm extend to their new features? It appears that they would, at least when it comes to this Disney animal series.
Created by Wisconsin-based artist Pugletto, the Disney animal series puts a different spin on classic characters in a way to continue their legacy for other generations. By keeping them fresh in people's minds, it would be hard to forget about them entirely. Granted, these animated films are classics for a reason. That said, perhaps Disney would consider reviving them in a way that utilizes this imaginative art direction.
Artist Pugletto Imagines What Cartoon Beasts Would Look Like as Humans
1. Humanized Disney Characters - By humanizing Disney animals, there is an opportunity to create new and engaging experiences for both old and new generations of fans.
2. Legacy Continuation - The Disney animal series allows for the continuation of the legacy of beloved characters by keeping them fresh in people's minds.
3. Imaginative Art Direction - The imaginative art direction in the Disney animal series presents an opportunity for Disney to explore new creative ways of storytelling.
1. Entertainment - The humanized Disney animal trend opens up opportunities for the entertainment industry to create new movies, TV shows, and merchandise based on these revamped characters.
2. Merchandising - The popularity of the Disney animal series creates a market for merchandise featuring humanized versions of classic characters, offering potential revenue streams for the merchandising industry.
3. Art and Design - The imaginative art direction in the Disney animal series sparks innovation and creativity in the art and design industry, as artists explore new ways to reinterpret beloved characters.