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People Send Photos Of Their Pets to This Artist And She Disneyfies Them

People Send Photos Of Their Pets to This Artist And She Disneyfies Them

Dutch illustrator Isa Bredt has given it another meaning. For her, Disneyfication is a way of transforming animals to take them to the world of animation. Through her Pet Disneyfication project, this 22-year-old artist transforms people’s pet photos into Disney-style illustrations, and they come out great

More information at: Instagram | Patreon

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Illustrator Reimagines Fast Food Mascots As Anime Characters And Now Everyone Wants To Read Their Manga

Illustrator Reimagines Fast Food Mascots As Anime Characters And Now Everyone Wants To Read Their Manga

The Philippine digital artist, known as the Ozumi Wizard, has reshaped various fast food showbiz and transformed them into amazing mobile phone characters.

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Artist Visualizes A Little Mermaid Living In The XXI Century, And It is Sad

Artist Visualizes A Little Mermaid Living In The XXI Century, And It is Sad

Credit:  Instagram | Twitter | webtoons | Patreon

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Shannon Lee depicts what 24 cartoon and photograph animals would look like as humans.

Anthropomorphization, also known as humanization, is the process of transforming animals or inanimate objects into people, whether visually or conceptually.something It’s we do unconsciously, such as when we pretend our dogs have human ideas or speak in human language, and it’s also something we do consciously, such as when people purposefully transform them into human form.Shannon Lee is an example of the latter. The young artist hits it right on the head while retaining the source’s particular traits in her own unique way. Take a look and make your decision.

More info: Instagram

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Shannon was generous enough to give us an exclusive interview about herself and her work, saying, “Obviously, I adore drawing, but I enjoy people even more.” I enjoy designing things for my own pleasure, but nothing makes me happier than hearing someone say that one of my drawings brought back memories, made them laugh, or made them feel something else.

Like my family, I have a limited circle of friends who are tremendously supportive. We spend a lot of time playing nerdy games like Dungeons & Dragons. Despite the fact that I spend the bulk of my time at my day job at the Tasmanian Department of Justice, I am excited to begin working as a full-time artist in 2022! It’s a risky move, but I’m supported by my wonderful girlfriend.

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“I think creating characters is my favourite thing to do. Imagine who you want a character to be and then translate it into forms, colours, and style choices, among other things; problem-solving so that another person gets a good sense of who that figure is. It’s tough to effectively use elements that people will recognise (such as symbols or shape language) without becoming stereotypical or uninspired. Of course, this does not imply that I am always correct. It’s all part of the enjoyment. “It seems like there’s always something fresh to learn.”

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91-Year-Old Grandma Uses Microsoft Paint In A Way That Would Probably Surprise Even Its Developers (New Pics)

It is never too late to start learning a new skill or searching for a brand new hobby. Learning really doesn’t just stop and end immediately after high school or university, and 91-year-old Spanish grandmother Concha García Zaera is living proof of this.

The incredibly talented artist from Valencia has been wowing the internet with her incredibly detailed works of art, all done exclusively on Microsoft Paint. Now we’ve all spent quite a lot of time in the program as kids (and, let’s be honest, as adults), but very few of us have approached this level of mastery.

We’ve collected some of Concha’s newest masterpieces for you to gaze at, dear Pandas, so go on and have a look. Upvote the ones you liked the most, let us know which ones resonated with your hearts the most, and be sure to show your love to the artist by following her Instagram account.

I wanted to learn more about lifelong learning and staying bright as we age, so I reached out to Age UK, the country’s leading charity that’s dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life. A representative of the charity was kind enough to answer my questions. You’ll find Bored Panda’s full interview below.

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Artist Concha is very humble. In her Instagram bio, she presents herself in a very simple and wholesome way. “I am a 90-year-old lady. I like to paint with the Paint program. And above all to be with my family and with my friends,” she writes. However, her 91st birthday was on June 12 (she was born in 1930), so we assume she simply didn’t have the time to update her bio.
Currently, the Spanish grandmother has a whopping 301k followers on Instagram and her circle of fans keeps growing. Back in 2018, when Bored Panda first wrote an article about Concha’s Paint artwork, she had 108k followers. This just goes to show that she creates art that’s the perfect mix of quality and popular appeal.
But above all, Concha’s skills prove to us that we really can do anything and at any age, given that we put in enough time and dedication. Persistence and focus are key here.
One of Concha’s granddaughters convinced her to create an account on Instagram in 2017 and that step has ensured that people have been able to enjoy her colorful and detailed Paint drawings ever since.
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The grandmother’s journey into the world of Paint began more than a decade earlier after her husband fell ill and later sadly passed away. Her family gave her an old computer and she started spending time on the Paint program to keep herself busy.
“I have no imagination at all, so I get inspiration from the postcards that my husband used to send me or drawings that I find and like,” Concha told Vanguardia. It takes her roughly two weeks to finish a single work of art. Something else that inspires her is her beautiful hometown of Valencia. You can really see her love for the city in the care she puts into each and every Paint brushstroke.
Concha remains very humble about her skills and believes that her drawings are “simple things” and she can’t fathom why they get so much attention.
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“Hobbies add color and variety to all our lives so it’s good to help to inspire others to take up new interests. New hobbies and interests can help maintain social connections and reduce feelings of loneliness and it’s a great way to learn new skills. Taking part in social activities may help us to stay sharp in later life,” a representative of Age UK told Bored Panda about the importance of developing hobbies, especially within in a social context.
If you’re living in the UK, you can get in touch with your local Age UK on behalf of your older relatives to find out what they have to offer. They have a huge variety of different activities available that even I’m jealous of. Each local branch of the charity has its own unique timetable of clubs and classes, including: Arts & Crafts, Bridge group, Coffee morning, Men in Sheds, Photography club, Pub lunch, Quizzes, Tea dance, Computer lessons, etc.
“If joining clubs and classes are not an option, or your loved one doesn’t feel ready to start going outside yet, there are still ways to help them engage with new hobbies. Making sure older family members have everything they need to take up or continue hobbies, such as arts and crafts or wool if they are a keen knitter, ingredients if they are a budding chef or even the right tools for DIYing, can help,” the Age UK rep told Bored Panda.
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“Doing activities together such as the gardening can be a great incentive too, or maybe help them research locally to see if there is a neighborly Book Club dial-in they could join. If your loved one finds it hard to stay physically active, or doesn’t know where to start, take a look at Age UK’s information on keeping active, which has ideas of activities for everyone. Even encouraging older friends and relatives to settle in with a favorite book or audiobook, do some cooking, listen to the radio while doing a puzzle, or tuning in to an afternoon radio play can help emotional wellbeing and mental health.”
Our hobbies don’t just keep us engaged—they can be a path toward living a higher quality life. “Having a hobby or learning new skills, whatever form they take, is important. And while for many they provide a nice way to spend spare time and an opportunity to interact with friends over a shared pursuit, for those with less social contacts it can give life a real sense of purpose and routine.”
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According to the Age UK representative, we can ‘exercise’ our brains by doing mentally stimulating activities, from puzzles to games. “If we want our brain to stay in peak condition, we should use it. In fact, one of the theories about reducing or delaying cognitive aging is referred to as the ‘use it or lose it’ theory. Research shows that things like learning languages helps keep us brighter as we age. It is just as important to look after your brain by exercising your thinking skills, as you would do physical exercise to look after your body.”
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Maybe she’s born with it. Maybe she’s a Disney princess!

Disney princesses are magical and beautiful. They have perfect features, mesmerizing voices, stunning dresses, and the most perfect-looking hair you will ever see!

But, have you ever wondered what your favorite Disney princesses might look like without such perfect hair? Well, Loryn Brantz from Buzzfeed did, and she’s here to show us!

Loryn noticed how the princesses’ hair often behaves in unusual ways, so she decided to experiment with how they might look with more realistic-behaving hair.

From Ariel to Elsa to Belle, Loryn has them all covered. Scroll down to check out the hairstyles she’s come up with below.

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Ariel with wet hair

Ariel with wet hair

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Belle’s hair stuck to her lip gloss

Belle's hair stuck to her lip gloss

#3 Cinderella

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Cinderella with bed hair

Cinderella with bed hair

#4 Mulan

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Mulan with static hair

Mulan with static hair

#5 Elsa

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Elsa with dark roots

Elsa with dark roots

#6 Jasmine

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Jasmine with no volume

Jasmine with no volume

#7 Snow White

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Snow White with frizz

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Pocahontas in the wind

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These 30 Crazy Comics By A Canadian Artist Might Make Your Day (New Pics)

If you’ve spent any time on Bored Panda, you’ve probably come across comics by none other than Cameron Spires. His comics are the type of cartoons that will give you a nice laugh and the boost you need to get through the day or end it on a happy note.

Cameron’s comics are notorious for featuring absurd situations based on real-life events, and some are so unpredictable that even if you’ve seen similar comics before, you might have a hard time guessing the true outcome of the comics you’re reading! Spires’ characters may appear straightforward, but the situations they find themselves in are anything but.

If you’re interested in seeing some of Cameron’s earlier work, go here.

More info: Instagram

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Cam granted Bored Panda an exclusive interview the last time he did it. First, we inquired about any key influences in the cartoonist’s life that may have aided in the development and refinement of his style.

“Absolutely! From a young age, Gary Larson of The Farside and the Simpsons influenced my entire sense of humour and personality, and more recently, comics like Extrafabulous continue to inspire me.”

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Because art, in any form, takes a long time to practise as well as to produce, we asked Toothy how long it takes him to complete his comics.

“I have two children and a full-time job, so I try to do them in 1-2 hours, depending on the complexity.”

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People Send Pics Of Their Pets To This Artist And She Disneyfies Them (30 New Pics)

It’s no secret that Disney cartoons and their protagonists influenced a lot of people’s lives. Some of the cutest animal characters, with their large eyes and sweet smiles, taught us how to be caring, generous, and brave. So it’s no surprise that many people want to view their favourite fuzzy pets as vibrantly animated characters.

It is made possible by one artist, Isa Bredt, a 23-year-old illustrator from the Netherlands. She is the creator of the popular Instagram account “Pet Disneyfication.” She’s been turning photos of people’s dogs into Disney-style artworks since 2014, and it’s a whole new level of sweetness.

From her account, we’ve gathered some of the best drawings of cats, dogs, bunnies, and other animals. Continue scrolling, upvote your favourites, and don’t forget to read our earlier article on her here! Psst, if you’re looking for more Disney-inspired changes, click here and here.

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Sociologists coined the word “Disneyfication” to characterise the alteration of objects or places to resemble Walt Disney theme parks and resorts. Our beloved pets are brought into the world of Disney-like animation in this case, and it’s very charming.

Isa Bredt has always loved animals and painting, so combining the two and becoming a pet portrait artist was a no-brainer. Her major inspirations, according to her website, are ancient 2D animated works by Disney, Dreamworks, and Don Bluth. “I attempt to capture an animal’s spirit in my photographs,” she stated, “with the twist that they appear like they could feature in their own animated movie.”

She has been drawing since she was a child, and at the age of 16, she began posting her work on Reddit. After that, the project evolved at a breakneck pace. Bored Panda got out to the artist to learn more about her creative process and how it has developed over time.

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When asked what part of the process she enjoys the most, Bredt said it’s the beginning: “Looking at all the photographs, discovering things that make each animal unique, and then doing the initial design.” I enjoy figuring out what characteristics are unique to the pet I’m sketching.”

The artist agreed that there haven’t been any big changes since our last conversation, other from the fact that she has really improved. “Painting my backdrops, in particular, used to be a huge effort,” she explained. “It’s still a struggle, but the end results are a lot better.”

Her work is extremely amazing, and many people admire it: “Everyone is extremely nice!” People give me the sweetest letters, especially after I’ve drawn a portrait of a pet that has sadly passed away, expressing that the artwork brought tears to their eyes. Or that it helped them grieve because although photos of their pet made them cry, the image made them smile.”

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Artist Paints Breathtaking Portraits Of Zodiac Signs As Witches With Their Cats

You have never seen Zodiac signs like this.

In the past, I am sure you have seen many zodiac re-imaginations like ‘revamping them as Goddesses,’ and without a doubt, every one of them is beautiful and unique in its own way. However, I fell in love with these following paintings the first time I laid my eyes on them.

There is just something otherworldly lurking beneath these paintings. The artist behind this breathtaking art is none other than Vivien Szaniszlo who you may remember as the one who previously represented zodiac signs with life and death.

And she is back at it again with zodiac signs portrayed as witches with their cats. But these are not any normal zodiac signs. You’ll understand once you scroll on below and take a look.

About a year ago I painted a zodiac series about the difference between life and death because these signs stay with us for a lifetime. Now I would like to share with you my new astrology series. In this series, I focused on witches and cats.

I have adopted four cats. My favorite one was so little and weak when I found her. Now she’s my best friend and she’s always with me when I paint. This kitty inspired me a lot.

I tried to capture the features of each zodiac sign in an indirect and mysterious way. I hope you enjoy my work!

Source: Facebook | Instagram

You have never seen Zodiac signs like this.

In the past, I am sure you have seen many zodiac re-imaginations like ‘revamping them as Goddesses,’ and without a doubt, every one of them is beautiful and unique in its own way. However, I fell in love with these following paintings the first time I laid my eyes on them.

There is just something otherworldly lurking beneath these paintings. The artist behind this breathtaking art is none other than Vivien Szaniszlo who you may remember as the one who previously represented zodiac signs with life and death.

And she is back at it again with zodiac signs portrayed as witches with their cats. But these are not any normal zodiac signs. You’ll understand once you scroll on below and take a look.

About a year ago I painted a zodiac series about the difference between life and death because these signs stay with us for a lifetime. Now I would like to share with you my new astrology series. In this series, I focused on witches and cats.

I have adopted four cats. My favorite one was so little and weak when I found her. Now she’s my best friend and she’s always with me when I paint. This kitty inspired me a lot.

I tried to capture the features of each zodiac sign in an indirect and mysterious way. I hope you enjoy my work!

Source: Facebook | Instagram

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#2 Virgo.

#3 Libra.

#4 Aquarius.

#5 Taurus.

#6 Gemini.

#7 Pisces.

#8 Cancer.

#9 Scorpio.

#10 Sagittarius.

#11 Leo.

#12 Aries.

What are your thoughts on these paintings? Comment down below and let us know.

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Every Couple Living Together Will Relate To These 30 “Love Handle Comics” – Pets Wholesome

Living with your lover may be a lot of fun – you can prepare dinners, watch movies, or simply be couch potatoes anytime you want. And Indian artist Rahul Singh is well aware of this. He even produced a cute comic series called Love Handle Comics in which he depicts what it’s like to live with his wife – we’re sure many couples will find the comics quite relevant as well.

“The intention of these comics is to share the amusing moments in our interaction with the world and provide a bit more joy to the readers’ life,” the artist explains. Rahul claims that his cartoons are inspired by the couple’s day-to-day interactions, specifically things his wife does that he finds humorous and adorable. “We are always delighted to hear from our readers about how our comics assist them in a variety of ways.”
“It may be people in long-distance relationships, couples going through a difficult period, or people trying to remember about wonderful times in their lives after a long day at work,” the artist explains.

In the gallery below, you can see Rahul’s lovely cartoons!

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