The thing about Rumplestiltskin is that when he gives Belle something he’s not like “oh here’s a bracelet girls like this kind of stuff right?” but more “I know you like books but I didn’t know which one you’d like best so I got them all.” and that’s fucking adorable.
#’I didn’t know which one you’d like best’#you are not a man you are solidified anxiety in a suit#this probably happens more than we suspect#’i didn’t know what you wanted for breakfast so i prepared enough food for two weeks’#’i didn’t know what you wanted to wear so i accidentally bought the whole emporio armani’#’you dress first i’ll change my tie and pocket handkerchief according to your choices’#’i didn’t know what room you’d like to sleep in so i re-painted all the bedrooms with different shades of pastels’#’i didn’t know what flowers you liked best so i bought your father’s shop’#’but didn’t change your father into a rose are you proud of me belle are you happy belle belle do you want any more expensive things’#i can buy you the world#shining shimmering splendid#now tell me princess when did you last have a library (via rumpelstltskin)
A commission for Meredith this time, featuring sisters Elsa and Anna from Frozen :) I’d done art for her before, in a Legend of Korra gift exchange a couple of years ago! It was cool getting to do something for her again. Thank you for your patronage! <3
Adorable! <3 <3
"Hans Captures Elsa" (Frozen, 2013), Normand Lemay
Here’s another sequence from Frozen I worked on. It was always a struggle to figure out (as a story team), what were the limits of Elsa’s icy powers. At the core, Elsa just wants to be left alone so she won’t hurt anyone, especially Anna. But in this sequence, we catch a glimpse of her darker side as she is being hunted down and her life is in danger. Elsa is about to unleash hell on the Duke’s henchmen, just before being interrupted by Hans.
As a side note, some key parts of the sequence are missing, like Hans taking care of an angry Marshmallow and making his way to Elsa and the Duke’s henchmen.
Hans Captures Elsa” (Frozen, 2013), Normand Lemay