People Send Pics Of Their Pets To Artist And She Disneyfies Them

I didn’t know there was a word like ‘disneyfication’ just a day ago. But it has evidently been used by sociologists since 1959 to define the commercial transformation of a culture focused on rapid Western-style globalisation and consumerist lifestyles resembling Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. However, the Dutch illustrator Isa Bredt gave it a different meaning. In Bredt’s vocabulary, ‘disneyfication’ is a mode of transportation. One that gets the animals into the world of animation. Through her project Pet Disneyfication, the 22-year-old artist transforms people’s pet photos into Disney-style illustrations, and they’re spot-on. The facial features, the expressions; the stars of the next Walt Disney movie look like all the critters in Bredt’s series! More info: Instagram | Patreon #1 Bredt’s been in love with drawing since she was very young, but she really began to think of it as a profession at the end of high school. These ideas led her to study illustration and animation, but during the third year, Bredt left her programme to pursue pet portrait work. #2 The Tilburg-based artist, however, pointed out that she was by no means an employee of Disney. “I am just a very big fan. The Lion King is my all time favourite movie, I used to watch it daily as a child. I adore the old animal movies; Lady and the Tramp, 101 Dalmatians, the Aristocats.” The pet disneyfications began on Reddit. “There was a subreddit where you could offer free art to people. I wanted to practise the Disney style, so I offered free drawings for people who would send me pictures of their pets.” #3 That was when Bredt was 16, back in 2014. “I did this a few times and people really enjoyed it, though I wasn’t very good yet,” she explained. “Then, last summer, I decided to take on commissions as a summer job because I didn’t want to work in the food service industry again, and it went well enough that I decided to create an Instagram and do the commissions as a side job.” The project grew pretty fast after that. Bredt finally began attracting shelter dogs, too. She hopes that her portraits will help the animals find their homes forever, and she’s grateful that she can make good use of her platform for something. #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #20 21# #22 #23 #24 #25 #26 #27 #28 #29 #30 The End……

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Artist Of ‘Pixie And Brutus’ Finally Reveals How Brutus Got His Scars, And People Can’t Hold Back The Tears

We swear we don’t cry-those darn ninja pandas are once again chopping onions. Perhaps the most significant comic in the Pixie And Brutus saga has been illustrated by Ben Hed, one of the best-known artists on Instagram and the founder of the Pet Foolery Instagram account. Artist Ben told  that it took much longer to make the newest comic than any other comic he has shared on Instagram so far. The explanation for this was the amount of work he put in: not just in drawing the cartoon, but also in the study. “This comic took longer, partly because of the length and detail, and partly because of the amount of research I put into it before drawing anything, than any other comic I posted to Instagram,” Ben said More info: Instagram Some people were not pleased about how things were depicted in this comic, so on his Instagram, artist Ben explained that all was researched and point by point he went through all of the criticism.  Pet Foolery is Instagram’s true art whale. On the website, Ben’s account has over 2.4 million loyal followers and it doesn’t look like their numbers will ever stop rising. As long as Ben continues to pour so much attention and care into his lovely and emotionally strong drawings. The artist Ben Hed explained how Brutus changed over time in one of his previous comics: Fresh and interesting ideas about what to draw next and where to move the storey are one of the key challenges that recurring cartoon artists face. No exception is Ben. He was candid that coming up with new jokes and ideas is “getting harder and harder.” Luckily, so far, he seems to be doing well and we’re sure he’s going to face the test and come out on top every time. Speaking of obstacles, the artist mentioned that whenever they feel like they’ve reached an artistic roadblock, other designers try to change it up by trying new things, designs, formats, and styles. It seems that being versatile and open to novelty helps. For Ben’s new comics, be sure to follow Pet Foolery’s Instagram account. And you can always consider doing so through  via his Patreon., if you want to help the artist. The comic about the history of Brutus caused many fans of Pet Foolery to tear up: THE END……

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HGemma Gené is a New York-based, multi-professional artist to begin with from Barcelona, Spain. Not goodbye withinside the beyond we’ve shared her great comics that painting the beauty of having a dog. We have been so surprised by using her paintings that we determined to percentage her ultra-modern hilarious comics as well. Take a examine these cute and hilarious comics yourself. More info: Instagram | 157ofgemma.com (h/t) #1 Image source: 157ofgemma #2 Image source: 157ofgemma #3 HGemma Gené is a New York-based, multi-professional artist to begin with from…