AI is Very Capable of Making CURSED Disney Princesses!
I put in the Name of the princess and the Movie they are from
Ex. Tiana from Princess and the Frog.
She was a decent make. Diffidently more accurate then most.
She came out as A FREKIN' BARBARIAN!!! I think since I put the movie in the description, AI took "Brave" very seriously. But something happened to that FACE!!!
I honestly don't know what happened! Did AI get lazy? I like the image, but not what I was asking for.
More accurate... in a way. I told you they would be cursed!
Anna? Not so much. But it captured the aspect of "Frozen". Also, what's with the manga?
So... When I put "Elsa from Frozen" into the AI generator, it said "Certain language is not allowed at this time" I found this really strange. Please comment if you have a guess of why. It was most likely the word Elsa, because it was almost the same exact text I used for Anna.
What's with the island? It's nice, but I was honestly expecting the Aroura Borealis. Another one that I don't know what happened.
Cute, mermaidish, more accurate then normal, but kind of cursed.
Cinderella, coffee. All the same right, RIGHT,
No. I don't think so AI!!!!
I... I... I just don't know.
Hi CINDERELLA!!!! Clearly AI does NOT know the difference between it's Disney princesses! This Is CLEARLY Cinderella!
I really don't have much to say.
Okay. This is what we learned.
AI is FREAKIN' CURSED!!!
Also, If I missed out on a princess you love (Or Don't) don't hesitate to tell me in the comments.
Bye! My "Name" is SmallChild, and I hope to post more content you love!
Cartoons have long ceased to be products for children. Educational projects, family spectacles, psychological and educational shows - what kind of goals and tasks, and the entertainment function, are not entrusted to modern cartoons. And new technologies allow you to create fantastic worlds and virtually settle in them with relatives and friends, identifying yourself with your favorite characters.
Brave Merida, resilient Fiona, Mermaid, and other female cartoon characters
Today Bemorepanda presents to its readers a selection of female cartoon characters. Not so long ago, cartoons played a more modest role - supporting and supplementing male characters: through them, they revealed themselves and gained depth and texture.
Now the heroines are self-sufficient - the motley world of the animated series revolves around them. And not all drawn and digital sorceresses received their abilities magically: many worked hard on themselves to achieve the status of a heroine. We remember our favorite characters, get to know each other and plan a viewing.
1. Elsa, the Snow Queen (Frozen)
Elsa is arguably the best side character in this story - she started as a villain and later became one of the greatest heroes. Born with the ability to create snow and ice, she is the first daughter of Queen Iduna and King Agnarr. She was the Queen of Arendelle, but when events turned against her, she was replaced by her sister, Queen Anne.
2. Princess Fiona (Shrek)
Shrek wouldn't be the complex and deep character we know well if it wasn't for Fiona, the cursed princess. She was the only child of King Harold and Queen Lillian, was born in Far Far Away, and was cursed by a witch as a child. Every night she turns into an ogre. Nevertheless, she was able to love herself in a new way.
3. Merida (Brave)
When all eyes are on the English royal family, Merida, the Scottish princess, is like a breath of fresh air to us. Free-spirited and driven, Merida is a tomboyish character who challenges the conventional wisdom of her family and society. A real fighter, she decides everything herself.
4. Queen Anne of Arendelle (Frozen)
Anna is the heir to the throne of Arendelle. She enjoys life and accepts it for what it is, communicating and playing. She retains her optimistic attitude, trusting nature, and innocent faith in everyone around her and doesn't change much even as she matures.
5. Mulan (Mulan)
Mulan is the main character in Hua Mulan's story and the 1993 cartoon. In it, she is the daughter of an elderly military leader, who replaces him and goes to the imperial army, although only men are taken into it. Mulan was not afraid to break the gender norms and prejudices of her time.
6. Moana (Moana)
Sometimes the thirst for adventure originates in the parental family. Moana, the daughter of Chief Tui and Sina, dreams of going to sea in a boat. Although she dares to rebel and travel, storms, and faith tie her to the ground. A stubborn girl knows what she wants and is ready to do anything to get her way.
7. Elastica (The Incredibles)
Elastica is Helen Parr's nickname; as the name suggests, she is flexible and robust. She is the wife of Mr. Incredible, another superhero, and the mother of several children with extraordinary powers. Although her employer was the US government, she was open to working with other superheroes.
8. Wonder Woman (Justice League)
. In Justice League, Wonder Woman, one of the most adored and recognizable superheroines of the saga of all time, represents equality, justice, and truth for all who seek them.
9. Rapunzel (Rapunzel: Tangled)
Rapunzel from "Tangled," a character from the fairy tale of the Brothers Grimm, is a young girl, independent, with a rich imagination. She constantly strives to explore the bright world outside the window. Rapunzel was a princess but didn't realize it until she was 18.
10. Pocahontas (Pocahontas)
Pocahontas is a character based on the real woman Amonut, a Native American Powhatan. In the cartoon, she is brave and independent; her goal is to create a lasting peace between the newly arrived settlers from Europe and the Native Americans.
11. Lisa Simpson (The Simpsons)
Lisa Simpson is Homer and Marge's second child, Bart's younger sister, and Maggie's older sister. She is eight years old, intelligent, caring, and enthusiastic about the environment and all living things. She converted to vegetarianism and Buddhism.
12. Daria Morgendorffer (Daria)
The main character of the youth animated series is called Daria. At first, she was a supporting character in the MTV series Beavis and Butt-Head, but she soon became a main character in her own right. She is cynical, intellectual, and prefers to keep a low profile, although she has a perpetually deadpan air.
13. Kim Five-plus (Kim Five-plus)
If there is something impossible, Kim Possible will make it possible. Kim Possible is the main character of the series. Although she is only 14 years old, she works with law enforcement.
14. Turanga Leela (Futurama)
Turanga Leela - one of the main characters of "Futurama," the commander of the ship "Interplanetary Express." Kind-hearted by nature, with a self-possessed character, Leela can be funny or serious when necessary. Leela's biggest strength is her ability to fit the situation and learn from her mistakes.
15. Lana Kane (Archer)
In the spy-comedy animated series Archer, Lana Kane plays the female lead. She is a skilled warrior, trained in hand-to-hand combat, marksmanship, close combat, and weapon handling. Lana Kane is a driven woman who will do whatever it takes to reach her goals and help others do the same.
16. Captain Marvel (Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
Captain Marvel is one of the universe's greatest defenders, committed to maintaining peace and destroying injustice. She was an officer in the United States Air Force, but after a DNA-altering exposure, she became Captain Marvel. Strong and independent, Captain Marvel is a God Ex Machina-type character.
17. Nala (The Lion King)
A king without a powerful queen is always doomed to lose his title. Nala is a lioness, friend, and wife of Simba, the protagonist of The Lion King, and a very independent character, although not alien to kindness. She plays the female lead in the film and is the perfect fit for her.
18. Ariel (The Little Mermaid)
The long thick, flowing red hair that is Ariel's hallmark makes her instantly recognizable to all TV viewers. Ariel is a fearless, independent mermaid who is emotionally honest and thoughtful. She is not shy about acting like a child: asking many questions, and trying something new.
19. Katara (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
When the water benders of the southern Water Tribe were captured, Katara, the last remaining water bender, was saved by her mother. Forced to hide her abilities, she went on a journey with the Avatar and friends, during which she matured and mastered her talents.
20. Velma Dinkley (Where Are You, Scooby-Doo?)
Much of the time, Velma - a bright young woman - is fascinated by science in her many guises. . Thanks to her intelligence, she is usually the first to solve the mystery.
21. Bubble (left), Flower (center), and Pestle (right) (Powerpuff Girls)
The Powerpuff Girls are the result of an accident caused by Professor Utonium. While trying to create the perfect girl by mixing sugar, spices, and all, the professor accidentally added the chemical X, creating Bubble, Flower, and Buttercup, girls with superpowers dedicated themselves to fighting the forces of evil.
22. Belle (Beauty and the Beast)
Belle is the beauty from the movie Beauty and the Beast. She loves to explore the world around her and is very close to her pioneering father. When he goes missing, Belle looks for her, leading to her meeting with the Beast and being captured by him in the palace. She sees the inner beauty of the Beast and falls in love with what lies behind the shaggy, terrible appearance.
23. Wilma Flintstone (The Flintstones)
Fred Flintstone's wife and Pebbles Flintstone's mother, Wilma Flintstone, is the female head of the family and the cartoon's main female character. When Pebbles grew up, Wilma chose in favor of a career, giving up the role of a housewife. She and Fred work together to provide the best possible life for themselves and their child.
24. Princess Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
Tiana is a young African-American woman with remarkable culinary talent. Her lifelong dream was to open a restaurant that she would run and work as a chef. She is an intellectual woman who does not believe in tricks and quick fixes. Tiana can unexpectedly tell a joke and make everyone laugh.
25. Korra (The Legend of Korra)
After the death of Aang, the protagonist of Avatar: The Last Airbender, Korra became the next Avatar. When Korra was a little girl, she met and trained a polar bear dog named Naga. Korra demonstrated her extraordinary abilities by learning water, earth, and fire magic, completing her training in 13 years.
We tend to romanticize Disney characters. We see in them those who can be looked up to. But what if becoming just like them was much easier than we think? What if they were just like ordinary people with quirks, habits, and problems? This is the question that Indonesian artist Andika Muksin answers by putting Disney princesses in real life and imagining what will happen. It's time to take off your rose-colored glasses.
Andhika Muksin is an illustrator based in Jakarta, Indonesia who loves to alter stuff he finds on the internet. This time he chose Disney princesses - he decided to reimagine them as regular girls living regular lives - you know, the sleeping-with-your-mouth-open and taking double-chin pictures with your front camera types of normal lives.
Bemorepanda is really impressed of this works.
1. When you isolate yourself from society, but you need to curse the newborn as soon as possible
2. Video call
3. When you need to keep a distance of 1.5 meters and free the princess from the curse
4. Each of us has such a friend
5. This is exactly what Cinderella had to do after all the trials that fell on her
6. Alice and 2020
7. Quarantine mood
8. When you spent sleepless nights watching all the seasons of the show to realize that the ending will suck
9. These are the best Halloween costumes
10. Birds know how to cheer up a princess
11. Multitasking in action
13. When you took part in the Flip The Switch Challenge and realized that your boyfriend's makeup is better than yours
14. It is already unclear what day of quarantine. The haircut experiment didn't go as planned
15. "That annoying sushi dude again ..."
16. Oh, Those Zoom Hangouts
17. Cinderella knows how to escape from a bad date.
18. When in quarantine you can no longer watch TV shows, but you do not know what else to do with yourself
19. If you were Ariel, what would you do?
20. When your prince is finally here
21. Beauty quarantine
22. It was a long drive to the castle
23. The prince will have to wait a bit
24. "Oh, go away!"
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