Dark Merida: This interpretation is a lot darker and more dangerous than the Pixar character. Illustration by Arbetta
If our daughters want to be like a princess we should encourage them to be more like Merida.
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Merida, my kind of Disney Princess, a hunting, shooting fishing kind of gal.
Imagine how much hair the artist had to draw. Pixar invented two new programs over three years to create merida’s hair.
This is so me, the one who isn't bone skinny and has no boyfriend. I love my life.
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Not embarrassed to say: I watch ( or listen) to this every time it's on t.v.- cause I love the Scottish accent (Music to my ears)
Simple, princess-y, pretty, but not vain. Just like Elizabeth!
Merida--I love this so much because thats actually how crazy-curly hair looks wet, and it just love that the animators took the time to do that!