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Pin-Up Princesses II by KiLin7 Pin-Up Princesses II by KiLin7
So, the second in the series (and there will be a third, but I'll keep the stars in that one under raps ;)): Mulan, Megara, Kida, Pocahontas and Tiana. Now... I know some of them aren't actually princessess, but I don't think that's actually important!

Other Disney works I've done:
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wrecker-roadbuster Featured By Owner May 23, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
(wolf whistle) now that's what I'm talking about
wildpenquin Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2013

How about a series of Princesses paired up with the villianesses?

Awesome disney art.

Cheshirecat209 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2013
Ohh nice! I think Mulan is my favourite in this one :) Does Meg's outfit even look different than her dress in the film? I guess, it's the length of the skirt?
GundamNate Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013
Please more Kida!!!
chindijap Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2011
haha mulan.
squisheeto-a-la-mode Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2011
wow, these are great! Are you going to do Rapunzel from tangled at some point?
KiLin7 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2011  Student General Artist
Yeah I want to... But don't really know what to do with her. Maybe put her with some of the teen girls (although the other princesses are teenagers they're maturer, I suppose), maybe Alice, Kim Possible, etc? What do you think :?
BurlesqueZombie Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2011  Professional Writer
Mulan is the only one who isn't a princess or doesn't become one.

Meg is one by birth. She's the eldest daughter of the King of Thebes.
Kida is one by birth.
Pochahontus is a native Princess.
Tiana becomes one by marriage.

Anyhoo... LOVE the picture. =D It's gorgeous.
KiLin7 Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2011  Student General Artist
Wow, I didn't know that about Meg! That's fantastic. Do they mention that in the movie?

And thank you :)
BurlesqueZombie Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2011  Professional Writer
Sadly no. The movie leaves out Meg's entire backstory. All they say is that she traded her soul for a guy - which didn't even happen. Even when they're in Thebes in the movie they make no mention that that's her home.

And Hercules didn't meet Meg the way he did in the movie. Actually, that was how he met his second wife (saving her from a centaur.) Meg's father gave Hercules his daughter as a reward for his heroism.

But it's kind of good Disney didn't stick to the myths because that would've made Hercules look kind of bad.

Also they didn't have a happily ever after.
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