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disneydevoted
A compilation of mousellaneous stuff to inspire, animate, and cheer
(disclaimer: I don't take credit for anything. Everything, when possible, is linked back to it's rightful owners)

teddybearbones:

fencehopping:

Tim Burton received this handmade cake from his animation team and it’s basically the coolest shit ever.

zoetrope cake *o*

linkeepsitreal:

Sooo I made a historically informed mix for Tiana and her restaurant. All songs from the 1920s with an emphasis on New Orleans artists, with a few other things thrown in for variety’s sake. It’s meant to sound like a night of dining and listening to the band at Tiana’s Palace, so it’d be good for an 1920s themed writing too.

Historical Disney: Tiana’s Palace by linkeepsitreal.

Track List:

1. I’m A Little Bluebird | Sidney Bechet
2. True Blue Lou | Annette Hanshaw
3. Toad Frog Blues | Ma Rainey
4. Creole Love Call | Duke Ellington
5. So Sweet | Jimmy Noone
6. I’m A Dreamer (Aren’t We All) | Gracie Fields
7. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out | Bessie Smith
8. Ain’t Misbehavin’ | Louis Armstrong
9. I Found A New Baby | Josephine Baker
10. The Charleston | New Orleans Jazz Band 
11. Honeysuckle Rose | Fats Waller And His Rhythm
12. Ever Since The Movies Learned To Talk | Billy Murray
13. Frankie and Johnny |  Fate Marable’s Society Syncopators
14. Tin Roof Blues | Jelly Roll Morton
15. Let’s Misbehave | Irving Aaronson
16. New Orleans Stomp | King Oliver & His Creole Jazz Band
17. Baby of Mine | Ethel Waters
18. Sweet Little Papa | Louis Armstrong & Kid Ory
19. Jazz Convulsions | Duke Ellington
20. Original Jelly Roll Blues | Jelly Roll Morton
21. High Society Rag | Johnny Dodds
22. Sweet Ella May | Earl Hines
23. Tiger Rag | Duke Ellington

sonarhydrophone:

kendallnelsonart:

Here’s a little animation I tossed together to celebrate the Matterhorn Bobsleds’ 55th birthday!

This is amazing.

tagged as
# disney
# princess
via:droo216
source:petitetiaras

Disney Parks + animated outfit study

thehauntedmansiondisney:

DIY crystal ball made with a smart phone. Couldn’t be simpler. Or spookier.

1. Download your favorite video of a fortune teller or spooky spirit. Put the video on infinite loop.

2. Wrap the phone with black cloth and slide it into a goldfish bowl. Adjust the cloth to cover the controls on the phone.

3. Carefully set the goldfish bowl on top of a candle stand, then step back and watch the amazed looks on the faces of your family and friends.

4. Now you have a crystal ball!

areynaschmidt:

Finished my homemade Tigger ear hat! :)

by Areyna Schmidt (areynaschmidt.tumblr.com

Check out my other artwork

nhollaholla:

The ladies all together. looking pretty fierce! 

Now the long wait for Merida…