This Guy Hilariously Photoshop Disney Characters Into His Photos

Ever wondered what your favorite animated Disney characters might look like if they joined your everyday life? Many artists have also thought the same thing and some have even gone ahead and illustrated what they had imagined.

Samuel MB, a primary school teacher who also does acting and directing as a hobby is one of them. These photos will really take you back, which character did you want to hang out with when you were a kid? Scroll down to see Samuel’s brilliant illustrations of him hanging out with Disney characters in everyday life.

Samuel has always been a Disney fan since he was a child and has loved the idea of what life would be like if some of Disney’s most famous characters found a way into our everyday lives.

You can check out some of Luigi’s work here, and be sure to give his page a like so he continues to make awesome Disney themed content!

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“When I was a kid, I was a fan of the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit? I liked the combination of animation and live-action. Years later, I learned to use Photoshop, and now I like to create photos by combining cartoons with real life,” the artist told Bored Panda.

The artist shared that he also gets inspired to create these combined photos after watching a Disney movie: “Inspiration comes to me watching Disney movies. When I know what photo I want to create, I just have to use Photoshop and create magic.”

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“My father bought Photoshop when I was a teenager. He was always editing photos, and I liked what he did. So one day I decided to do the same,” Samuel told Bored Panda when asked how he decided to learn Photoshop.

Samuel also shared that it takes him about an hour to create a simple image, but more difficult ones can take up to five hours to make.

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The artist shared what his favorite Disney movie is and what character does he likes the most: “It is difficult to answer. If I have to choose one, I choose The Little Mermaid and Ariel.”

Samuel shared that he would love to become an actor and film director. He would like to create a short movie soon. You can check out some of his work on his YouTube channel by clicking here.

He said that the main idea behind his creative projects is fun: “I like to create these photos because I have fun, and other people have fun too.”

“Many people love my photos. They tell me that my photos remind them of their childhood. They would like to meet Disney characters in real life,” shared Samuel when asked what are peoples reactions to his work and edits.

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“I have loved Disney since I was a kid. Their stories, their characters, their songs. Those films have been part of my childhood. For that reason, creating these Disney photos is now so much fun.”

What do you think of these edits? Would you like to hang out with the characters from Disney? Tell us in the comments and don’t forget to vote for your favorite picture and follow Samuel on his social media!

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Well-thought Illustrations Presenting the Society Issues About Our Lives Today

Modernity has brought us a very hectic life. Everything is speeding and reaching beyond its limits. This indicates how we perceive our social issues. How we address them and what’s our relationship with them.

But one illustrator dared to speak about these issues, he creates illustrations out of pop culture, politics, mental issues, and many other topics that are often thought-provoking and bring new light to the perspective of how we perceive our world. The inspirations to draw something relatable, you got to see in almost all of his drawings.

In one of his interviews, the illustrator Stephan Schmitz stated that the main kick of his illustrations is the surprise and attention they transmit. He tries to achieve this by combining objects, symbols, or scenarios, by working with negative space, or by tinkering with the rules of perspective. In the best cases, the image produces an ‘AHA’ effect for the viewer

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I think, once you’ve got someone’s attention through an image with this method, it will automatically make him/her think about the subject. Even if it is only for a couple of seconds.”

He loved drawing since he was a kid and always wanted to become a comic artist. But didn’t think of it professionally until he decided to learn illustration art in Switzerland. He also encourages young illustrators to start doing what they love and finds their style and voice through their work.

Don’t forget to check his work presented down below and tell us what impressions you got from his work!

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