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Historically Accurate Princesses

Historically Accurate Disney Princesses (Updated)

Historical Pocahontas: Artist Claire Hummel dressed her Disney princesses in historically accurate costumes. Illustration by Claire Hummel



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Fantasy Architecture Illustrations by Snow Skadi

Despite the Great Depression, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade continued to grow through the 1930's. The first national radio broadcast of the Macy's Parade Thanksgiving took place in 1932. Two years later, Disney got in on the giant balloon fun, introducing the Mickey Mouse balloon in 1934. By then, more than one million people were attending this popular parade in NYC, and those attending this popular parade in NYC, and those fortunate enough to own a TV could see the broadcast on NBC…

deepbreathsanddeath: “ It was New York City, and Mickey Mouse was about to make his grand debut in the Macy’s Santa Claus Parade (now Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade).

2013 Portfolio on Behance

Observation of the art room at school, watercolor +a little PS. I'd really, really appreciate any critiques! I have a lot of trouble with figures/traditional so any help would be very useful to me!


Gwen Fredericks, a product designer at LG Electronics, a series of wonderful sketchbook doodles done in a local coffee shop

水中の失われた都市 ベクトル

"Ys" is a mythical city that was built on the coast of Brittany and later swallowed by the ocean. Ys was the most beautiful and impressive city in the w. YS the lost underwater city