Well, Jirka Väätäinen has figured out for you.
Jirka (pronounced Yirka) is a Finnish student studying graphic design at the Arts University College at Bournemouth. One of his projects (I'm not sure if it's for school or just for fun) has been to draw the Disney Princesses as they would appear in real life.
Actually, he calls it photo manipulation using Photoshop.
But he still does a fantastic job!
He was kind enough to let me share his artwork with you, as long as I credit him and link back to his site!
As I told him in a comment, I think he does a great job of keeping the original character but making her look more realistic, less "cartoony". But you have to see below for yourself!
Personally, I enjoy Mulan and Rapunzel very much. And I realize Ursula isn't a Disney Princess...but he included her, so of course I'm going to include her for you!
Which ones do you like?
|Jane from Tarzan.|
All credit and copyright goes to Jirka.
Used with permission.
Do not re-post or anything without Jirka's permission.
(Same with the rest of the portraits)
|Alice from Alice in Wonderland.|
Being that blue's my favorite color, I really like this
one too. Her eyes are beautiful!
|Can't tell you how much I absolutely love love love|
Rapunzel from Tangled.
|Cinderella from Cinderella.|
|Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.|
Still the most beautiful one of all?
|Tiana from the recent The Princess and the Frog.|
Jirka says this is the only Princess that he
looked at her voice actress.
Otherwise, he doesn't.
|Pocahontas from Pocahontas.|
|Jasmine from Aladdin.|
This one is very close to being tied with my two
|Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.|
Also another great pose!
|Aurora from Sleeping Beauty.|
|Meg from Hercules.|
He picked a great pose for her: really brings out her
|The beauty: Belle from Beauty and the Beast.|
Quite an interesting face...
|Ariel from The Little Mermaid.|
I love the sand clinging to her tail and arms!
The only thing that makes me cock my head is her right arm:
is she double-jointed?
|And the villainous Ursula brings up the end!|
Ursula also from The Little Mermaid.
So Ariel gets her villain.