1. Snow White
The middle sketch of Snow White, with “pie eyes,” reflects much more the animation style of the era.
2. Princess Aurora
Auroa’s outfits are clearly a reflection of the time period when the film was made (the 1950s).
Maleficent certainly had a evolution in design. But, why in the hell does she have antennas?
4. Cruella de Vil
Cruella was originally envisioned to be sexy and much more younger looking.
Sketches of Ursula, before they decided to base her appearance on the drag queen Divine.
The sketch of Gaston on the right, is from an early draft of the film that took place in 18th-century France.
The middle sketch of Jasmine seems much more inspired by Edgar Rice Burroughs’ book, A Princess of Mars, than by an Arabic culture.
14. Mufasa and Simba
A much more cartoon looking version of Mufasa and Simba
15. Pumbaa and Timon
A sadder looking Pumba (almost Eeyore like) and a sassy looking Timon.
These sketches show Rapunzel’s freckles much more pronounced than in the final in the film.
Also, the sketch on the right, is a SEXIER version of Rapunzel.
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