Wednesday, 3 February 2016

How Disney Movies would look like in Tim Burton Movies

Watch Moscow based Illustrator Andrew Tarusov design and recreate a dozen of old Disney movie posters into dark, gothic and quirky Tim Burton style movie posters

Well we all love the amazing bright aura surrounding the Disney characters in classic Disney animated movies but there's one genre that although quite similar is exactly opposite of Disney movies and that is none other than famous Tim Burton's dark, gothic and quirky style of directing the animated movies. Well if you are wondering how Disney characters would look like in Tim Burton movies than you are in luck because a Moscow based Artist and Illustrator Andrew Tarusov already had the idea in mind and redesigned a dozen of classic Disney movie characters into Tim Burton's dark and gothic movie posters. Have a look for yourself. :)
How Disney movies would look like if the great Tim Burton Directed them via geniushowto.blogspot.com illustrations and gothic videos
How Disney movies would look like if Tim Burton directed them?



1. Bambi

Illustrator Andrew Tarusov redesigns  Disney's classic movie character  Bambi  into Tim Burton's dark gothic style via geniushowto.blogspot.com Illustrations 1
Not sure if Bambi is having fun or lost in that dark forest
Illustrator Andrew Tarusov first started with Disney's classic movie Bambi where he turned the character into a slim dark figure standing all alone in a creepy dark forest just like in Tim Burton's movies.

2. 101 Dalmatians

Illustrator Andrew Tarusov redesigns  Disney's classic movie character  101 Dalmatians  into Tim Burton's dark gothic style via geniushowto.blogspot.com Illustrations
Why neighbors don't visit ?
Famous 101 Dalamtians were redesigned as bunch of scared looking Dalamtians which gave a hint of Tim Burton's Beetlejuice black and white attired character. Certainly creepy, isn't it?

3. Aladdin

Illustrator Andrew Tarusov redesigns  Disney's classic movie character  Aladdin  into Tim Burton's dark gothic style via geniushowto.blogspot.com Illustrations 3
Their life was never the same again !
Illustrator Andrew Tarusov says he found Aladdin the most difficult one as he had to draw it twice and finally used the improvised version which was more grotesque and more Tim Burton’s style.

4. The Beauty and the Beast

Illustrator Andrew Tarusov redesigns  Disney's classic movie character  The Beauty and the Beast  into Tim Burton's dark gothic style via geniushowto.blogspot.com Illustrations 4
She did find a beast this time !
Artist Andrew Tarusov is quite famous for his pinup arts but he says he can draw anything and that he particularly enjoys pinups because he loves female beauty and thus starts with his illustration of the Beauty and the Beast in Gothic Burton's style.

5. Snow White

Illustrator Andrew Tarusov redesigns  Disney's classic movie character  Snow White  into Tim Burton's dark gothic style via geniushowto.blogspot.com Illustrations 5
Mirror! Mirror! Who is the most beautiful now ?..
Tarusov's illustration of the Snow White was quite the most creepy version of all as it transformed the fairy tail into a darker Disney version with too many spiderwebs. I wonder how the evil queen would have looked like !? :P

6.Dumbo

Illustrator Andrew Tarusov redesigns  Disney's classic movie character Dumbo  into Tim Burton's dark gothic style via geniushowto.blogspot.com Illustrations 6
Dumbo's huge ears were no longer fun !
Andrew Tarusov originally was born in Ribinsk, Russia and has been studying art and animation for past 10 years. Being a huge fan of Disney classics Tarusov had always imagined how his favorite childhood movies would look like if they were directed by the great Tim Burton which led to these creations.

7. The Little Mermaid

Illustrator Andrew Tarusov redesigns  Disney's classic movie character The Little Mermaid  into Tim Burton's dark gothic style via geniushowto.blogspot.com Illustrations 7
May be Ariel is now planning on killing some of the surface dwellers
Andrew Tarusov drew all these illustrations first on a paper and later colored them using Photoshop on his computer. The little mermaid is my personal favorite considering how the scene has taken a total 360° change.

8. The Lion King

Illustrator Andrew Tarusov redesigns  Disney's classic movie character The Lion King  into Tim Burton's dark gothic style via geniushowto.blogspot.com Illustrations 8
And the evil hire was born !.....
Well the Lion king isn't that drastic as compared to above illustrations but still it's a great artwork.

9. Pinocchio

Illustrator Andrew Tarusov redesigns  Disney's classic movie character Pinocchio  into Tim Burton's dark gothic style via geniushowto.blogspot.com Illustrations 9
Now the wooden toy had another name and it was one of a scary scarecrow's
This illustration of Pinocchio by far resembles the most from the Tim Burton's movies especially Nightmare after Christmas.

10. Sleeping Beauty

Illustrator Andrew Tarusov redesigns  Disney's classic movie character Sleeping Beauty  into Tim Burton's dark gothic style via geniushowto.blogspot.com Illustrations 10
Not sure if the prince charming is trying to save her or kill her. :D
Andrew Tarusov says he loves all his artworks and is a great fan of Tim Burton movies. His illustrations and hard work were rewarded well when his illustrations went viral on social media as millions of fans shared, liked and reposted these illustrations. Meanwhile few illustrators who were also working on similar themes found themselves bit discouraged as Tarusov climbed the limelight first. Don't forget to leave your feedback in the comments section, share your artworks and most of all share these amazing illustrations with your friends. ♫♪

Top 10 Tim Burton Movies

Must Watch: The Nightmare Before Christmas, Corpse Bride, Beetlejuice, Big Eyes, Planet of the Apes, Mars Attacks!, Dark Shadows, Edward Scissorhands, Alice in Wonderland, Frankenweenie and more.