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If love truly is an open door.... someone had better close it again soon....

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Remember that arrest warrant that was issued for Elsa?  Well, Hanahan, SC police have followed through and apprehended her!  



Glass Slipper Productions and Sakalas Photography teamed up with Hanahan police to produce a delightful photoshoot of Elsa's demise.

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This Makeup Artist Transformed Her Mouth Into Some of Your Favorite Cartoon Characters

Makeup Artist Laura Jenkinson created these fantastic cartoon makeup mouths. Take a look below, and get inspired to take on a new voice!

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Artist Reimagines Disney Princesses as Characters in 'Game of Thrones'

deviantARTist Sam Tsui a.k.a. DjeDjeHuti created a brilliant series of two fandoms melded into one gallery, and the result is spot-on. Who knew that so many characters in one universe had a doppelgänger in the other?

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Virtual reality is coming, y'all. And it's going to do crazy things.

As another example of the ways we haven't even explored yet, filmmakers gave Disney animator Glen Keane an HTC Vive virtual reality headset and some painting software. Keane worked on some of the most classic cartoon films like The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast. But now he gets to virtually step inside of his drawings and create them in a 3D space.

Completely wild and beautiful.

Engadget goes into some more detail about it.

The film, directed by Ashley Rodholm, shows how virtual reality allows Keane to finally bring his characters to life. "When you draw, you're expressing something that's real, visceral," he says in the short. "By making a line, it's sort of a seismograph of your soul."

Instead of a paper and pencil, Keane draws life-sized versions of Ariel and Beast in the short with an HTC Vive headset and the 3D painting app Tilt Brush app (which is now owned by Google). And rather than just being static on a page, he's able to walk around his characters as if they were fully three-dimensional.



I mean, look at this. It's something out of a magical fever dream.



The future can't get here soon enough.