Disney fan art

Shad Daly shadslists at gmail.com
Wed Sep 22 06:48:42 CEST 2010

Those are amazing!  I especially like the heroines...

Shad Z.                      ^Q^
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> From: Rich <xephyr at cwnet.com>
> To: dcml at nafsk.se
> Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2010 02:27:44 -0700
> Subject: Disney fan art
> Not sure if this will interest anyone on list, but since I haven't posted much
> over the past couple years, I thought I'd share with you something I've been
> doing for the past couple months just for fun.
> I doubt any of you are aware that back around 2003, myself (under the handle
> "Torch") and an on-line friend named Robert (Bobster), both being fans of Marvel
> & DC comics, undertook the idea of creating a template for other fans to
> basically create their own avatars.  We called this "Micro-Heroes".  Later it
> evolved and more templates were created.  You may have seen them all over the net
> since they caught on and became really popular.  After many characters were
> created, clothing templates were created, and it became sort of a "paper doll"
> like thing for fans.  Over the years TV shows, like "Star Trek" and movies like
> "Harry Potter" and even sports stars were created as Micro-Heroes.  Lately, I
> started playing around (by request) with the idea of making Disney Princesses and
> finally creating a template for making Disney Ducks.
> Here's some examples of my Disney stuff:
> Disney Duck & Mouse Universes
> http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/7565/disneyducksandmousesric.png
> Disney Star Trek
> http://img443.imageshack.us/img443/4220/disneystartrekbridgeric.png
> Disney Princesses & Heroines
> http://img840.imageshack.us/img840/8123/disneyprincessesandhero.png

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