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Artist Transforms Disney Animals Into Real People

Artist Transforms Disney Animals Into Real People

These are incredible!

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara Sheppard

Every wondered what your favourite Disney animals would look like if they were humans?

How about the cherpy Dory from Finding Nemo with her blue and yellow scales? Or the Lion King's Nala with her stunning green eyes?

Well wonder no longer because digital artist Isabelle Staub has reimagined Disney's favourite animal characters as humans with stunning results.

In one drawing, Lady, the doe-eyed Cocker Spaniel from Lady and the Tramp, takes on new form as a red haired beauty wearing a beige sweater in the same colour as the pooch's fur.

In other amazing pieces of art, Marie from Aristocats is transformed into a white-haired girl wearing the cat's signature pink bow, and Dory is reworked as a blue-haired nymph-like girl with yellow tips.

Our favourite has to be Nala who is reimagined with dark skin, blonde hair and those beautiful green eyes still in tact. Love.

Isabelle - who goes by @isabelle_staub on Instagram - sells her incredible art work and even has a phonecase collection with Casetify.

If you loved that, you'll probably also love the work of Helen Morgun, an artist from Spain, who has been reimagining some of our favourite celebrities as Disney characters in stunning digital art.

Helena began creating the incredible portraits since 2018, kicking off her Disney Princess series with Rachel McAdams reimagined as Cinderella.

Other unreal drawings include Sophie Turner as Little Mermaid's Ariel, Margot Robbie as Frozen's Elsa, Camila Cabello as Jasmine from Aladdin and Rihanna as Tiana from The Princess and the Frog.

"My first art in this series was Rachel McAdams as Cinderella," she told Tyla.

"Like every person, I have my favourite actresses and singers, and I like to portray them as my favourite childhood characters."

We could stare at these for hours.

Featured Image Credit: Isabelle Staub

Topics: Life News, Disney, TV and Film