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are pears flammable
after 2 hours of trying to set alight to a pear i can condclude they are not flammable
mum: whats that smell
me: burning pears
me: i tried to set a pear on fire
[science clapping] well done friend
you forgot your data table:
Part 4! To repeat:
So, I know Disney Princess as Whatever is getting super cliche, but I saw some Disney as Sailor Moon stuff getting passed around on Facebook that I didn’t care for (art was pretty good, but the mash-up was a little weak for my tastes and didn’t seem to get the Sailor Moon side of things), and was thus inspired to make these.
For all of this series, I’m attempting to use the personalities of the Disney characters to assign them to their corresponding Senshi, and then using their signature outfit (or in some cases, just a well known outfit if it works better) and the conventions of the Sailor Senshi uniforms.
Everything is drawn by hand, colored pencil/markers, etc.
Mulan as Haruka: Do I even need to explain this one? Most kick ass princess = most kick ass Senshi (also they are both my favorites from their respective series- this should not be a surprise). It took me a bit to decide on a color scheme. I really wanted to pull some elements from the armor, but I wasn’t sure if I should use her blue outfit from the end of the movie (better contrast) or the green military garb. I ended up going with green, if only because it was better for the color balance of the group as a whole (lotta blue in this gallery). I also had a bit of trouble with the sword.
Aurora as Michiru: Let’s get super real here for a second- as much as I enjoy the Disney movies, the princesses, especially the G1 princesses are far less deep characters than most of the Sailor Senshi. Thus, as I’ve alluded to in previous entries, assigning Michiru was painfully difficult. Thus, I ended up punting a bit- I chose one of the princesses whose personality is less defined, so that I could project qualities onto her (no hate on Sleeping Beauty the movie though- if nothing else, the art direction on that movie holds up like whoa). Michiru is the Senshi I would most describe as sophisticated or refined or similar, and I could see that working for Aurora, despite her running around barefoot in the woods youth. At least in the anime (the version I know best), Michiru could also be surprisingly snarky. Aurora never gets much chance to do that, but what we do see of her, I could definitely see her having a snarky streak. Again, mostly projecting, but I did the best I could. Also, I figured this would be a nice shout-out to a certain jilted shipping fandom.
As a note, the proportions probably look weird. This was at least partially purposeful- Aurora has weird, weird proportions. She’s a lot more angular than most Disney ladies (except for Megara) and has really, really slender ankles and wrists. Her hair was mad fun to draw though. I tried to make her version of Deep Submerge draw on those weird color spirals that happen during the sequences when the Fairies give Aurora their gifts. I couldn’t do exactly that, but I wanted the influence to be there at least a little bit.
This is the final part in the main series. I have a few more ideas kicking around, but I’m not sure if/when I’ll get to them.