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Disney Princess by ArsalanKhanArtist Disney Princess by ArsalanKhanArtist
Hello, I have not been online after long time so I decided to upload this picture for fans of Disney Princess. I think this is very special images that I have added few more non-official characters with Disney Princesses. I work so hard to finish it up!


Maariyah - Pahari Princess - (A Innocent Soul) ... a future princess
Megara - Greek Princess (Hercules) ... well she is a princess because she married to Hercules O_o
Jasmine - Iraqi Princess - (Aladdin)
Snow White - German Princess - (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
Mulan - Chinese Warrior - (Mulan)
Giselle – Andalasian Lady – (Enchanted)
Esmeralda - French/African Gypsy (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
Aurora - British Princess - (Sleeping Beauty)
Cinderella - Italian Princess - (Cinderella)
Pocahontas - Native American Princess - (Pocahontas)
Kidagakash - Atlantean Princess - (Atlantis: The Lost Empire)
Tiana - American Princess - (The Princess and the Frog)
Belle - French Princess - (Beauty and the Beast)
Ariel - Ocean Princess - (The Little Mermaid)
Rapunzel - German Princess - (Tangled)
Eilonwy - Welsh Princess (The Black Cauldron)
Alice - Just a Britsh Girl - (Alice in Wonderland)
Jane - Just a British lady - (Tarzan)
Melody - Denmark Princess - (The Little Mermaid 2)
Tinkerbell – Regular Fairy – (Peter Pan)

Original/Credits (Links):

BIGGEST THANK TO "alafastanzio"!
I am sorry but I have lost track where this background from.

GAME: Tinkerbell is here but she is somewhere tiny in the huge hall!! FIND HER!! XD

Hope you love it
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LolaBunnyvsLexiBunny Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2014  New member Hobbyist Filmographer
mwr928 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2014
The original Jane Porter is an American from Baltimore. At the end of book two, she finally marries Lord John Greystoke, and goes with him to England. In book three they return to the west coast wilds of Africa.

She is only English in origin by adaptation.
Thickstick22 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2014
Saying these right out
1. Megara, Mulan, Jane, Alice, Esmerelda all not princesses(you might already know that)
2. Who the he'll is the girl on the far left front row
3. You left out Merrida, Anna, and even though she's a queen, Elsa (people will be pissed)
CeceliaWolf Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Found her.
Elsa-Edits Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014
Cinderella is French. Ariel IS Denmark princess, just like her daughter Melody. Disney made the movie, the scene being in the coast if Denmark. Rapunzel is German because, Disney connected her movie Tangoed, with Frozen and she and Eugene appeared in Frizen walking into the castle gates. The setting if frozen is in Norway I believe. So they sailed to Norway. That was were Anna and Elsa's parents were going when they died at seas. Disney has everything planned out they didn't randomly invent the shipwreck for the the parents death, they thought everything out carefully. And Dawnflower. He didn't say Jane or Tinker-bell were princesses. He wrote Just a British lady and a regular fairy, and ARIEL IS NOT IRISH!! She live sin the seas of Denmark. And Prince Eric's castle is in Denmark, where Melody was born.
91Chantilly Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014
Hum... Cindy is french... And Aurora's german... And Ariel's also danish... Sorta...
ReniaShadowCrow Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Forgive me, but Cinderella is actually French. Because Ella means maiden in french. Also if you do the research Ariel is actually a Italian princess.
AnnaplusElsa Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014
Can somebody tell me why every body says the Black Cauldron is a dark film.By dark do they mean the setting is just dark or dark as is scary?I was gonna see it,but im to afriaid to.please answer my quiestion,Thank You!
ArsalanKhanArtist Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014   Digital Artist
no, it is just merely not so typical Disney Movie because its doesnt have much colourful theme. Its more dark theme, not that it is horror film, it is still children's films!
AnnaplusElsa Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014
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