Disney has over the years become synonymous with saccharine, sanitized characters, stories, and plots, whitewashed for family-friendly mass consumption, but that reputation is not entirely accurate. Lilo and Stitch are a pair of misfits, looking to belong, finding what they are looking for in each other. Because she is so broken, Lilo gets to say things no one could say in any other Disney animated feature. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.
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Last one: Lilo! Tried in my style. We are all Lilo sometimes If you like to see others pencil sketches you can find the story in my profile. I love subway subs - I had one today to celebrate! Inktober Day Voodoo. Give them good support and a listen!! Used a punch ballon for the head and pizza box folded into paper towel tubes for the ears Spray-painted some paper cones for the teeth and covered the whole thing in felt!
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Come on, Disney! Their lives are upended when a destructive extraterrestrial genetic experiment crash lands on the island; mistaking the creature for a dog, Lilo takes him in and names him Stitch Chris Stewart, who also directed, wrote and was an animator for the movie. Lilo and Nani must now demonstrate that Nani is a competent enough guardian for her sister while juggling the havoc caused by Stitch, who is, unbeknownst to them, being hunted by a pair of hostile aliens. The backgrounds are painted in watercolor, a lovely throwback to the earliest Disney features. All three individually acknowledge their brokenness and believe themselves unworthy of love because of it.