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Why Disney Started to Create Identical Female Characters and What It Can Lead To

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I don't think this will be a problem in the future, their stories are what makes them recognisable
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I would have never seen these this way had you not drawn them for me
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Same here, I think it's just annoying for artists
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As an artist, I can greatly disagree. If you notice the references between the male and female characters - you'll see that the princess have been changed to fit the formatting for the 3D productions. Cause you know, the original disney princesses (for example Snow White and Aurora) were first designed and released in 1937 and 1950 respectively. In order to catch the older 2D styled princesses up to date to go with the more recent memorable princesses such as Anna and Elsa, especially for 'Ralph Breaks the Internet', they redesigned the princesses to more modern and 3D designs. It is more annoying for artists, especially animators and character designers to design 3D models, then 2D. And lastly, the references for the male characters are already 3D characters. you don't see hunchback of Notre Dame, or prince charming there do you? No original 2D princes were in there, so therefore making that point invalid. (BTW those princes were all designed at different points of time for different movies, whilst the princesses had been redesigned in those references for the same damn movie) so this is very incorrect. Thanks for coming to my Ted Talk.
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