Disney has a distinct animation style that has been present since Walt Disney created Oswald the Lucky Rabbit in 1927.
The human characters have a thin, elongated neck, large eyes with large pupils and an upturned nose. While Disney animals were often created with qualities similar to those of humans. The transformation of normal features into Disney’s characteristic style is often referred to as “Disneyfication.”
Isa Bredt, 22, is a Dutch artist who uses her artistic talents to turn people’s dogs into Disney characters. A process she calls “Disneyfication of Pets.” In a recent interview with Bored Panda, she said: “Disneyfication is a mode of transportation. A mode that brings animals into the world of animation.”
Animal “disneyfication” began as a part-time hobby for Isa a few years ago and gradually developed into a full-time occupation for her. “I started because I was and still am a big fan of animal drawing and the old Disney style,” Isa told Bored Panda.