7 Virtues of Disney Princesses

Last week I posted with images and links for the 7 Deadly Sins of Disney Princesses, so I thought I would follow it with the 7 Virtues of Disney Princesses. These were not made by the same artist, but they’re both on DeviantART and I believe they inspire one another. Thanks to pat7 for these gorgeous creations! Here are the princesses, shown in a more positive light!

Belle as Temperance certainly makes sense – she was quite patient and open-minded. She wanted fair treatment and justice for her social outcast father and the beast, and Gaston’s conceit held no interest for her at all. Good job Belle!

Poor Rapunzel didn’t have much choice in the matter, but the virtue of Patience works for her. She waited, more or less patiently, just growing out her golden locks and waiting for rescue. She could also fend for herself, which makes her an extra-appealing princess in my book. (Click “read more” at right for the rest) Continue reading “7 Virtues of Disney Princesses”

7 Deadly Sins of Disney Princesses

Chris Hill, aka chill07 on deviantART, made these incredible images a while back. Since I’m apparently posting on all things Disney today, I thought this was the perfect chance to share them. Some are spot on, while others I might have switched around a bit. You can decide for yourself how it all works out…

Tinkerbell as Envy makes sense to me – she was pissed at Wendy all the time for capturing Peter’s attention. Like seriously pissed, to the degree that Wrath would also likely be appropriate.

Snow White as Gluttony also makes sense…if only she could have resisted that snack, she wouldn’t have had all that trouble! Although then she might not have met her Prince Charming, so perhaps it was all for the best. (Click “read more” at right to see the rest….)

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