Since 1927, Disney had that unique style of animation that you can spot from the first sight.
Characters are usually slim, have long necks, large eyes, big pupils, and tippy noses. Even animal characters are given similar characteristics. The process of transferring a real human or animal into a Disney character is known as ‘Disneyfication’
Isa Bredt is a 22-year-old Dutch artist who loves to turn dogs into Disney characters. She called her process “Pet Disneyfication”. She said in an interview: ”Disneyfication is a mode of transport. One that gets animals into the animation world.”
Isa started “Pet Disneyfication” as a hobby in her free time, but then it developed to be a full-time job for her. She started this because she loves both animals and Disney so much.
Don’t be fooled, however, even though Isa’s illustrations look almost like screenshots from a Disney film, she’s not a Disney employee. “I am just a very big fan. The Lion King is my all time favorite movie, I used to watch it daily as a child, I adore the old animal movies; Lady and the Tramp, 101 Dalmatians, the Aristocats.”, she told Bored Panda.
Even though Isa has closed her commissions until late September, you can still find tons of extra lovable examples of Bredt’s work on Instagram!