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Disney girls gone wild. No, not THAT way.
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Disney girls gone wild. No, not THAT way.
J Scott Campbell's version. They seem . . . . friendly.

Jessica Rabbit's gone the way of Betty Boop!


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is like fusion cuisine, if Canada can be seen as having a cuisine.
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Disney girls gone wild. No, not THAT way.
J Scott Campbell's version. They seem . . . . friendly.

very nice... but is it just me, or does Tinkerbell not seem that different than the original Disney?

dangerously short skirt, figure-skater bottom-half, flirtatious look...


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Why are all those womens' legs so wobbly? Don't they have bones in them?


 
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Why are all those womens' legs so wobbly? Don't they have bones in them?

Women are biologically incapable of standing straight, didn't you realise?

(I can't be the only person who finds this sort of thing dull, can I? I'd prefer my drawn women to pose more like this.)

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Most of those standing poses make half my yoga class stumble to the floor.

I do find that dull as well. I get that big breasts and overt sexuality paired with exaggerated innocence is sexy, but it's also old. And distorted female bodyshapes make me upset and even angry at some point. The only thing in those drawings that caught my eye (in a good way) and made any sort of impression on me were the freckles over Ariel's shoulders.


 
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How about these?

(Alice in the second is the artist of the first, from here


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Catsuits: a historical restrospective


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Okay- the Catsuits are very nice!

'7 of 9' vs Catwoman MIGHT just be my birthday wish for this year.

However- 'Alice becoming a part of her own picture' is a fantasy that seems more realistic!
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very nice... but is it just me, or does Tinkerbell not seem that different than the original Disney?

You are absolutely right!


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very nice... but is it just me, or does Tinkerbell not seem that different than the original Disney?

You are absolutely right!

i think the 2003 live-action one is even more...
she's been in Playboy! (Ludivine Sagnier)


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very nice... but is it just me, or does Tinkerbell not seem that different than the original Disney?

You are absolutely right!

i think the 2003 live-action one is even more...
she's been in Playboy! (Ludivine Sagnier)


Well, do bear in mind that the Disney animators modeled Tinkerbell after Marilyn Monroe.


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Also there's this reading on the contrasts between Peter Pan (a boy who doesn't want to grow up and who is asexual), Wendy (a girl growing up who seems to be waking up to love) and Tinkerbell (a tiny woman with a sexualised body who is also jealous).

(I saw a documentary entitled 'Freudian theories on Peter Pan' or something like that, very interesting but can't rmember many details.)


 
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Well, do bear in mind that the Disney animators modeled Tinkerbell after Marilyn Monroe.

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(I saw a documentary entitled 'Freudian theories on Peter Pan' or something like that, very interesting but can't rmember many details.)

Repression!! *points*


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