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Disney at Hogwarts: 1/8 by Eira1893 Disney at Hogwarts: 1/8 by Eira1893
Featuring Ariel and Prince Eric (and a modified tiny little Flounder) of the Little Mermaid and Snow White and Prince (Florian? Ferdinand?) of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
I'm not a big fan of crossovers of any kind, but for some reason I was just motivated to do this series. It was good practice, anyway, and fun. Might possibly continue the series later with more characters and villains.
Once they're all finished, I'll put up a big "group photo".
Hope you enjoy :)

(--I guess I'll sort these under Harry Potter stuff?--)


******UPDATE:******


I WILL be doing a second round of Disney at Hogwarts characters! However, it won't be for a while because I am in the middle of a move and I likely will not have a decent scanner for a while once I'm in my new flat. If anyone would like to suggest some DISNEY CHARACTERS (they MUST be in the DISNEY UNIVERSE and they must already be HUMAN or humanoid--no animals) then please leave a comment either on this page or on one of the pictures comments sections and I will take them into consideration! :)


Sorry about the watermarks, guys. I did these a little late--I didn't think they would get this popular, but so many people have been stealing these :(


1/8: here!

2/8: eira1893.deviantart.com/art/Di…

3/8: eira1893.deviantart.com/art/Di…

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Keep looking for more coming later!
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Kitty-Kat404 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2014
Florian looks like Zac Efron and Logan Lerman together
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Eira1893 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014  Student General Artist
Haha, that's funny. I based him off of Zac Efron.
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Kitty-Kat404 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2014
Why does florian look like a model
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Nellie92 Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2014
Snow White's Prince looks like Cedric Diggery.
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KenJ1993 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014
I love this!
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humairazakaria Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Student General Artist
I love this and the rest of the series!!! I dont know if you know, but a magazine featured your work and thats how I found out!
You are very talented! Keep up the amazing work!


 www.company.co.uk/magazine-hq/…
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unicorn-skydancer08 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014
Very clever concept and beautiful artwork.
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raibean Featured By Owner May 26, 2014
I'm curious - why did you pick Gryffindor for Ariel instead of Ravenclaw? Ravenclaw seems to be the more obvious choice for her, since she's so obsessed with learning about other cultures. It's her primary character trait. 

I would also make a case for Prince Eric as Hufflepuff. In the first book, the Sorting Hat says Hufflepuffs value hard work, loyalty, kindness, and equality. When Eric meets Ariel, he offers her a place to live with clothes and food while expecting nothing in return - he doesn't believe she's the one who saved him at that point. To me, that's his defining trait. But the princes usually have less focus put on their personality than the princesses, so they're usually a bit more up in the air.
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Eira1893 Featured By Owner May 28, 2014  Student General Artist
Thank you for asking! I'm sorry for the belated reply. I wanted to be as thorough as possible. Which of course means that this is rather lengthy, for which I am also sorry.

I'm going to begin by saying that the biggest deciding factor for the both of them being sorted into Gryffindor is that they were both willing to jump the gun and risk everything in their lives for love with a person they've only seen once before. Now, to explain.

An argument for Ariel could also be made that Hufflepuffs are particularly good finders. The thing is, I didn't base her off her curiosity (though I will acknowledge that to be a key attribute to her character) nor her...I'm going to call it an obsession, for things. I based her sorting of of her impuslive nature. She's quite a hot-head, and I'm not just saying that because of her red hair, but because of her quick temper (which she obviously inherited from her father). I think a lot of what she does IS about seeking knowledge, but truly I believe that the REASON she does it is to experience it and to live the adventure (which is why the sequel makes absolutely no sense to me.) She doesn't really think before she acts. Case in point: who the hell sells their voice to a sea witch who has a hundred little squirming weeds on her floor AFTER she tells them they were merfolk who couldn't pay up on a deal? WHO!? And for a boy she literally just met-that-day? (Insert Anna, "It's TRUE LOVE!") In Ariel, I see a lot of the Marauders' character traits, especially when they were younger and rather rambunctious, and I also see many of the caring traits we see quite excessively in Gryffindors. Sure she does some selfish things throughout the movie, but the truth is--so does EVERYONE, that doesn't define a person or what house they belong in and there's NOTHING in a Slytherin's specific description that designates THEM as the selfish ones of EVERYONE at Hogwarts. Hufflepuffs are just as capable as Slytherins of being selfish (Sorry, I'm going on a bit of a tangent here, but I've had several people here and other places say that Ariel, Merida, Aladdin etc should not be in Gryfindor and should be in Slytherin instead because they acted selfishly but oh my god THAT WAS ONE TIME guys cut them a break most of these people aren't even sixteen yet and Slytherins aren't always the bad guys, just because they made one mistake doesn't make them a Slytherin and Gryffindors aren't saints anyhow!....ahem, sorry, back to my reply)

So, to finish up the Ariel section on here, in address to your Ravenclaw inquiry, I really just don't see it all that much beyond her curiosity of things. In a way (at least in this context), I kind of equate it to Arthur Weasley's love of muggle artifacts (and muggle culture) and he was a Gryffindor.

Onto Eric.

To be honest...I'm a little ashamed here. I took "he's a prince and he's actually much braver than most of them" and ran with it, for the most part. I didn't even give much thought to him as a Huff, and I adore Hufflepuffs, and I can see your point there. He would make a decent Hufflepuff. I didn't actually watch many of the movies recently before I made these. However, while I am agreeing with you that he would fit nicely in Hufflepuff, I'm going to make my case for him in Gryffindor.

(I know, I know, "No, please don't you've said too much already")

While he is in the movie a lot more than most Disney princes are, I really don't think they gave him all that much developed character screen time, so let's analyze the example you brought up. I don't entirely think Eric offering her food, shelter, and clothing was really due to loyalty--okay, went back and read kindness/equality and sort of agree with that. But I think it was more based on his moral standing and chivalry, and Chivalry is definitely a Gryffindor trait. I mean, you come across a strange half naked mute girl on the beach and she starts trying to communicate with you in hand gestures? Obviously she's in need of help and since he's a prince, it's his duty to help the people of his kingdom. Especially a damsel in distress. During that time period (the same time period Frozen takes place, which is approximately the mid 1800's), chivalry was a big deal among nobility and royalty (which we see a little with Hans if you have seen the movie). To act in a way that would be considered discourteous or lacking chivalry would be most likely the greatest disgrace that Eric could have brought on his crown at the time...though it didn't really seem like he cared all that much about his royal status.

The scene that follows his first failed wedding to Vanessa is another that really is supportive of my Gryffindor claim. Gryffindors are fiercely protective of those that they love and I mean, he stabbed Ursula with a sunken ship to save Ariel. I'm not saying that murder is necessarily brave, but it's not just that. He risked his life jumping who-knows-how-deeply into the ocean to save this girl that he's known only three days and come to adore from a crazy octo-lady who ten minutes before, he was engaged to. That's some guts. Now, looking it over, I was honestly weighing his character based on the fact that he is brave and willing to get down and dirty and work side by side with his crew in the midst of a disastrous storm even to the point that the ship turned to splinters and went up in flame. I think that's the point where the line between Hufflepuff and Gryffindor blurs--he's being absurdly brave, but he's not in it for the glory and he considers himself an equal with no strings attached. So, I will honestly admit that I believe he could go either way. Which makes you, I think, the first person to actually sway me from any single one of my sortings. Kudos.

10 points to raibean!
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grapeshotmemory Featured By Owner May 15, 2014
Florian... *snorts*
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