“I grew up on Disney fairytales and it was an absolute dream come true to work on this show,” Brittney says about designing for Frozen. “And not only just to work on it, but to be able to work on costuming. It turned out that this film is a huge costume show. It’s perhaps the biggest animated costume film that’s ever been done. Not only the shear number of costumes, but the layers, and the amount of complicated layers of costuming because these girls can’t freeze!”

“So our materials had to be heavier materials like wool and velvet,” says Brittney. “Those materials are inherently more structured so we had to design these costumes to sort of have a shape, have a form that was their natural form and design any folds that would happen. If we needed a character like Anna to twirl with a really nice flowing dress, we had to give her pleats instead of more fabric that was less structured. One of the ways that we were able to add playfulness, though, into these more structured materials, was through rosemaling, inspired by the Bunad costumes that we’re seeing in Norway.”

“For Elsa, our jumping off point was really the shape of a snowflake,” Brittney says. “Because it, well it harkens back to some of the language we see in the rosemaling throughout the film up until this point, it is unique to her. And so we replaced all of her rosemaling with the snowflake and we go further by sort of completely immersing her in a snowflake. See, if you take her cape and you lay it flat on the ground, it is a snowflake. It’s the shape, the six-sided shape of a snowflake. So that was, it was a sort of groundbreaking moment for her because that really sort of set the language for what Elsa is at this point in the film.”

Brittney Lee at D23.com

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“I grew up on Disney fairytales and it was an absolute dream come true to work on this show,” Brittney says about designing for Frozen. “And not only just to work on it, but to be able to work on costuming. It turned out that this film is a huge costume show. It’s perhaps the biggest animated costume film that’s ever been done. Not only the shear number of costumes, but the layers, and the amount of complicated layers of costuming because these girls can’t freeze!”

“So our materials had to be heavier materials like wool and velvet,” says Brittney. “Those materials are inherently more structured so we had to design these costumes to sort of have a shape, have a form that was their natural form and design any folds that would happen. If we needed a character like Anna to twirl with a really nice flowing dress, we had to give her pleats instead of more fabric that was less structured. One of the ways that we were able to add playfulness, though, into these more structured materials, was through rosemaling, inspired by the Bunad costumes that we’re seeing in Norway.”

“For Elsa, our jumping off point was really the shape of a snowflake,” Brittney says. “Because it, well it harkens back to some of the language we see in the rosemaling throughout the film up until this point, it is unique to her. And so we replaced all of her rosemaling with the snowflake and we go further by sort of completely immersing her in a snowflake. See, if you take her cape and you lay it flat on the ground, it is a snowflake. It’s the shape, the six-sided shape of a snowflake. So that was, it was a sort of groundbreaking moment for her because that really sort of set the language for what Elsa is at this point in the film.”

Brittney Lee at D23.com

annabjorgmans:

Some iPhone 5 Disney concept art wallpapers! ♡  Please like/reblog if using, and please do not reupload/claim as your own! Thank you!

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annabjorgmans:

Some iPhone 5 Disney concept art wallpapers! ♡  Please like/reblog if using, and please do not reupload/claim as your own! Thank you!

albinolizardchild:

DAWDAWDAW

(Source: poyzn)

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albinolizardchild:

DAWDAWDAW

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guacamolebeautyqueen:

irisnectar:

Incredible crocheted food by Hipota

So impressive !

(via pomeli)

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guacamolebeautyqueen:

irisnectar:

Incredible crocheted food by Hipota

So impressive !

(via pomeli)

Film Meme [ 6 ] Underrated or Unappreciated Films
→ [ 4 ] Waitress (2007) " If I had ever met a girl like you Jenna, my whole life would’ve been different. You don’t even know what you are deep inside. You’re not just some little waitress."

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Film Meme [ 6 ] Underrated or Unappreciated Films
→ [ 4 ] Waitress (2007) " If I had ever met a girl like you Jenna, my whole life would’ve been different. You don’t even know what you are deep inside. You’re not just some little waitress."

(via hohomylad)

rufftoon:

blindsprings:

isthistakenalready:

Aoi Honoo is Too Real

Every update I’m like “I should just put a colour behind them, yeah, comics!” and then I draw a stupidly complex bg

Doing comics, drawing crowds and buildings…I understand the pain.

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rufftoon:

blindsprings:

isthistakenalready:

Aoi Honoo is Too Real

Every update I’m like “I should just put a colour behind them, yeah, comics!” and then I draw a stupidly complex bg

Doing comics, drawing crowds and buildings…I understand the pain.

(via alexquintas)

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shannnfayyy:

I HAVE A COOL TAIL WOAH

(Source: gangsterpikachu, via indikos)

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shannnfayyy:

I HAVE A COOL TAIL WOAH

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rosiebugg:

In desperate need of new paint brushes! Little colourful mermaid. WIP

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rosiebugg:

In desperate need of new paint brushes! Little colourful mermaid. WIP