These Disney Characters Make For Adorable Pinup Girls With Realistic Proportions

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But it’s hard to argue that they’re not a little “one-note” in how they’re physically represented. They might be covered in soot or wearing homely clothes to begin with, but they’re also all skinny to the point of being waifish, which doesn’t exactly show a variety of body types. In an effort to make the representations a little more realistic, a little more diverse, and a lot more fun, Melbourne artist Ashley Beevers has put her own 1950s pin-up girl spin on the characters, complete with tattoos. Take a look!