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gaoithecos Featured By Owner 1 day ago
These are perfect and fun! IF you have time, you should do Peter/Wendy, Mulan/Shang and Jim Hawkins! But only if you have time :) 
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:iconeira1893:
Eira1893 Featured By Owner 12 hours ago  Student General Artist
Thank you very much! Actually, all of those characters are in the batch of pictures to come later. I'm at a very busy transitional point in my life right now so my art (especially Disney fan art) is on a bit of a break. But once I pick it back up, they'll be some of the first!
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:icongaoithecos:
gaoithecos Featured By Owner 3 hours ago
I look forward to it! Goo luck with everything :)
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Samreen1990 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014  New member Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
TOTALLLYYYYYYY LOVE EM! Im a very big Harry Potter AND Disney FAANN! and putting them together was BLOODY BRILLIANT! :D I just wish some one makes animated movies or comics on this idea! :D :D YOU can also making comic strips on this idea just for fun! :D U r really tooo good and got one hell of an imagination :D Keep working on this beacue i don't know about others but i surely want to see more of Disney in Hogwarts! Even Hogwarts in Hogwarts! Loved your sorting of characters in their respective houses and i think i also wouldn't have placed them in any way different then you already have :) Personally i also believe Slytherin doesn't always represent evil! They are people wish very strong characters and minds :)   Excellent work! Keep it up! :) Waiting for more....

xoxo Samreen
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Myricae91 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very good job! I'm so glad that I'm not the only one who put Anna and Kris in Hufflepuffs or Belle in the Ravenclaws :3
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isobo24 Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014
Great job!!! I love it. I want more please!!! hahahaha. I agree with all houses, I would really like see only gryffindor, ravenclaws..etc.etc, together.  I love this series. Congrats!!
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:iconmisskathleenanne:
misskathleenanne Featured By Owner May 26, 2014  New member
First let me just say that this is my new favorite thing! I love the idea and how you drew everything, great job!

I do have two questions though. I read up in your description thing that you'd be happy to respond to any questions people have about your sorting placements. So I was just wondering why you put Jasmine in Slytherin and why you put Adam/Beast in Slytherin. For Jasmine is it because she's jealous of people who aren't royal like her and she wants to be free? And for Adam is it because of his anger issues and he's so conceited? Just wondering! Thanks :)
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:iconeira1893:
Eira1893 Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Student General Artist
Thank you for your review! I'm glad you enjoy the series.

Explanation for Jasmine, copied and pasted from one of my own responses on the original image: "Slytherins are notorious for their cunning and manipulation, as well as their aspiration for power. To those who might think of my sorting her into Slytherin as a way of villainizing her, that's not true--I love Slytherins with a passion. I just think that she's ambitious and as she is the (female) heir, that works in her favour because it means that she won't be overpowered by her husband or advisors or what-have-you. Throughout the movie, there are a few instances that stick in mind such as her time in the market when she acts as needed to best blend into her surrounding, the way she behaves around suitors (which is essentially letting them know she's no feeble woman and SHE is going to be queen whether or not they're chosen as her husband so she holds all the cards) including Prince Ali, and her encounters with Jafar. When encountering Jafar, I can think of twice that she just screams "Slytherin" to me: "When I am queen I will have the power to get rid of YOU", and at the end when she flirts with and kisses him to distract him from Aladdin. Pretty manipulative, I think--and more power to her for being so kickass."

So, to answer your specific inquiry, no it's not due to jealousy of those who aren't royal because she desires the freedom they have. I do think she wants the freedom that they have, but I don't think that jealousy (especially of a peasant) is a defining trait for a Slytherin. They go more TOWARDS power, being ambitious, not trying to get away from it. And I think the biggest reason Jasmine is rebelling and trying to leave the palace is because her father and his advisors are telling her she HAS to marry one of these douchebag suitors they're parading before her, which is not a very appealing option. I think that's really just because she's a teenaged girl and I mean...personally, I'd run far far away and change my name and probably even mutilate my face if my dad was trying to marry me off to someone like that prince with the corny heart underpants.

For Adam: Let me begin by repeating something I've said a dozen times before--

I. DO. NOT. ENDORSE. villainizing Slytherins.

If a character is placed in Slytherin by me, it is because I noticed that he or she displayed traits that belong to that house, NOT BECAUSE they had anger issues, were selfish, or conceited, or acted cruelly. SLYTHERINS as a whole ARE NOT EVIL. They're not angry or selfish or mean. They are AMBITIOUS, and throughout many Disney works, ambition has been villainized which is just a shame because in reality, it is admirable and the world would never have progressed without it. So, please anyone reading this and considering asking about a character in regard to Slytherin...PLEASE do not villainize Slytherins or think that I'm doing so.

Adam was tricky to sort for me. It came down to a choice between Gryffindor and Slytherin, and obviously I went with Slytherin, though it just won by a hair. Early in the movie, when the prologue of his story is being told, he kind of came off as a lazy brat to me. I honestly thought of him as a mooching frat boy who was living off his parents inheritance, which essentially I suppose he was. Based on that, I couldn't have chosen a single house to sort him into. So I had to dig deeper. Throughout the movie, he seemed rather comfortable being in charge of an entire castle, though he didn't make a whole lot of effort to keep it up. Now to me, I think that was just laziness on his part--if he had actually set his mind to it, I think he could have run a successful kingdom. He doesn't seem all that sly or cunning, but I do think that he's quite the manipulator and has the POTENTIAL to be ambitious...whether he puts that potential to use is another matter, but it's still part of what I believe makes him a slytherin. He has a lot of power at his fingertips even if he's jut taking it for granted and I would honestly surmise that once he got a taste for what using that power tasted like, he'd realize that he liked it and would exercise it more regularly. We never really see much of Adam after his beast-to-human transformation at the end of the film (which I am okay with because TBH, I don't really like him as human that much) but I think that if he were to take his place as king, he'd be a powerful and...maybe even almost a tyrannical ruler. He's very hot headed and it seems also very particular about having things go his way...so who knows.

I'm sorry if I went off for a moment there--it was not at you directly, I'm just frustrated with the negative Slytherin stigma as a whole. It was kind of rude of me. Sorry. I hope this helped answer your questions!
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misskathleenanne Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  New member
It did! Thank you for taking the time to answer my question.

I do want to add a couple things though. I was not trying to villianize anybody, because I myself am a Slytherin (I did the whole Pottermore test and everything and always have considered myself a Slytherin, which I am very proud to be one). I hate when people automatically assume Slytherins are bad people, because they're not. People thought that in the books and movies and I've seen people in real life say that Slytherins are bad/evil, whatever you want to call them.

I will also say that I worded my question wrongly and made it seem like I was villianizing them. Believe me, I wasn't. I was just curious on how you placed them (which you answered very nicely, might I add). For Adam, I honestly could not think of the right adjectives to describe him! Ha. (Conceited was not a right word to use because reading your answer and looking back I realize he's not conceited at all.) And I also made Jasmine seem jealous and angry of her life or whatever. She's ambitious, like you said. So my apologies.

Anyways, thanks again for taking the time to reply! I really appreciate your answer. :) 
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Eira1893 Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Student General Artist
Yay, I'm happy I could help! Haha, I'm glad you clarified that. I'm sorry for throwing that at you. I shouldn't have assumed so, but so many people in the Harry Potter fandom are so negative towards Slytherins that it's sort of natural now to assume that most people are, you know? (Conceited for Adam was probably the right word, though, but it wasn't my reason for sorting him.) Regardless, there's no reason I should have made you feel the need to apologize for any way you worded a question.
Thank YOU for taking the time to ask me questions. I love hearing from people, and I honestly love being given the opportunity to explain my decisions in-depth.
Have a wonderful day :)
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