OMG... Absolutely best live-action art of Helsa I've ever seen! And the photo manipulation is so perfect, like it's a real scene from the movie!) Can you tell please, who are these guys and from what films did you take them? I understand it's all Photoshop, but... Pleeeeeeease))) I would love to watch the movie they're from)))
OMG so hot! Given the current Disney trend of making their animated films into new live action versions for us the more mature or older Disney fans I can see this being part of a future Frozen or rather Snow Queen live action movie by them.
Why are you even viewing it if it offends you so much?? Honestly if it offends you that's your issue, but there's no need to comment. Like, you're not going to make any of us who do enjoy this like it any less.
You don't like it. Don't look at it. Simple solution.
But in all seriousness, this is a gorgeous piece and your artwork has helped me so much with writing Iceburns.
.: Yeah I know. I personally just think Hans was mislead [being the 13th in line and being a prince, he was most likely ignored by most of his family and seen as the under-dog, which resulted in his great need to become something greater and rule a kingdom and finally have some significance in his life] And I honestly think he did have some sort of compassion for Elsa and Anna, and he really wasn't a bad guy.
When he was left alone with the kingdom he did not show any wickedness but instead was incredibly compassionate to the lower-class people, serving them more than most kings did in that time[and had the Duke of Wesleton constantly down his neck about how evil Elsa was].
I think the story he told Anna when he refused to kiss her was was made up on the spot in order to have a sense of pride or some sort of cocky excuse for his actions. Being a prince who yearned to be noticed and have power, I do not think that he would tell her that he just wanted to be a significance, because the last-moment twist did not really fit the character that was in him the entire movie to that point. In fact, he never even so much as smirked or smiled after that scene or any other sign of him enjoying it or being evil or anything. If you had never watched the Anna fireplace scene, you would have never even thought he was "evil" as people say. I think that he was so stressed about the eternal winter idea plus the fact he wanted to stay in a significant role with the people [and maybe feared that if it was all over, he would return to being an under-dog prince with no real meaning] And I think it was his human logic that told him that killing Elsa would be the only way to stop the winter and maybe in the process become a hero and have his brothers become proud of him or something like that. In fact, I think everyone except the Anna, Kristoff and Olaf and Sven were beginning to think that towards the climax of the movie.
I'm just saying. Hans is not really "evil" like most Disney villains [if he can really be called a true villain.] as people interpret when they first see the movie. I just think he was stressed and mislead.
Remember when the trolls were singing "Fixer Upper?" Even in that song they sung "people make bad choices when they're sad or scared or stressed, just throw a little love their way"
Hans just needed a bit more love and understanding, as all villains do, which is why more than anything I kind of felt sorry for him.
But that's just my logic lol sorry for the text wall.
WOW! that was a loooooooooong comment! It was like an essay... but a very good one. After reading that I have to agree with you. I never actually hated hans, but most of my art makes it seem like I do. I've made I hate you part1 and part 2 and they're all about how much characters hate hans! XP I guess I never thought through his perspective that much (definitely not as much as you have!) I am just so angry about what he did in the stary to not be angry at him, ya know? my anger may have clouded my judgement, but I still can't ship Helsa... too hard Jelsa's my OTP and it always will be XP I liked your discussion alot! I might think twice about making an I hate you #3... or not! XD
some people say once a hater always a hater... If I saw more good Hans or a change of character near the end, I could ship them, but since I didn't, I find it really difficult oh well... maybe it's just not for everybody.
Lol I don't plan on ignoring her work at all. She's a genius at this...it's like I've said twice already: I hate the pairing, but her work is too fantastic to ignore. It's impossible NOT to love her work, no matter how against the shipping you are.
Wow...no one gives a hoot about your attacking. Everyone has a right to their own opinion. This person isn't hating on the artwork...they're actually praising it, just saying that the only thing the don't like are the characters involved. So why don't you keep the negativity to yourself?