5 years ago 1 year ago 8 Disney Princesses as Tattooed Pinup Girls! (+ Alice and Tinkerbell) by Admin 5 years ago1 year ago Post PaginationPrevious PostPreviousNext PostNextLike it? Share with your friends! 44 44 points PimpKnight I never liked disney animation (i like only the films) but if the princess were like that it would change a lot of things… Frank Thebunny in manga style, with big eye and little mouth ? PimpKnight Well Yes, but i am not against a “Gen 13” style either. VineFamous This is so trashy. I personally hate tattoos and hate seeing the characters I loved as a child covered in them. Jolly_Ranter Is that you whining or is that the sound of an army of vaginas marching through mud? I simply can’t tell the difference… VineFamous I am not having a whinge, it is me simply voicing my own opinion. An army of vaginas? Really? Not even a little bit witty. How unfortunate. Jolly_Ranter There it is again… that strange slurping sucking sound looming in the background… pray tell what *IS* that cacophony of diatribe? VineFamous Settle down keyboard warrior. https://www.facebook.com/gdowson/ gdowson Never any love for Mulan . Or Kida. Daniel Emberton now this i can fap too 😀 Camilo Espinosa Ballen In the first it says: “waiting for loves true kiss”?, does that makes sense? Agidy Yelov “…true love’s kiss.” You read it wrong. Camilo Espinosa Ballen I beg your pardon, but I read it as it was written, from top down. Also, I didn’t see any apostrophe on the word “loves”. Agidy Yelov I think the artwork is titled that way. Even says so here: http://society6.com/product/Waiting-For-Loves-True-Kiss_Print But I like “true love’s kiss” better though. There wasn’t an apostrophe because the guy forgot to put one in. Camilo Espinosa Ballen English isn’t my native language, so I find odd the structure of that sentence, but if that’s the title of the art work, maybe it could be a valid sentence. Some grammar nazi could analize it better. The lack of apostrophe worries me because of the amount of work and time it took to make the drawing; one could imagine that with such amount of time, the artist may notice the obvious mistake. Agidy Yelov With a name like Tim Shumate, maybe English isn’t his first language either, punctuation marks included.