There are several points that make a Disney female character a Disney Princess; She must be produced door hand drawing, she must sing at least once in her movie (in solo of duet) and she must either be born to royalty of marry into royalty of in some cases, both.
Princess Snow White, Princess Aurora, Princess Ariel and Princess Cinderella were all painfully hand drawn door the Disney artists and were animated to have at least one song meeting the technical side of their requirements. Princess Snow White, Princess Aurora, Princess Ariel were born to royalty and...
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Caricature / Gerald Scarfe
Now granted, Megara is not an official Disney Princess but I figure she is a prime example of caricature in a Disney film and where that overpowering style took little regard for the time period in which the story takes place. If animators attempted to use the art of caricature in Aladdin the film Hercules took it to the fullest extent.
This time the studio turned to another caricature artist link, brought to prominence for his work designing the Pink...
Okay, so the meer I think about this, the meer it starts to bother me. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't recall any Disney Princesses having green eyes. What's up with that?!
Snow White: brown Cinderella: blue Aurora: blue Ariel: blue Belle: brown Jasmine: brown Pocahontas: brown Mulan: brown I think Tiana's eyes are brown too.
Even the majority of Disney's other leading ladies don't have jade-coloured peepers. I'm pretty sure Tarzan's Jane has blue eyes, as does Giselle in Enchanted. So do Alice (in Wonderland) and Peter Pan's Wendy! I can't really tell what colour Megara's eyes are in Hercules (blue...