✦ TOP 5: Gender-Swapped Disney Fan Art by Sakimichan

✦ TOP 5: Gender-Swapped Disney Fan Art by Sakimichan

By October 1, 2015 Top 5 No Comments

Welcome to the “TOP 5: Gender-Swapped Disney Fan Art by Sakimichan.”

For this week, we are covering a list of Gender-Swapped Disney Fan Art by an amazing illustrator; Sakimichan has transformed several disney characters to a freakishly artistic level.

#5   Hades

Original Appearance: Hercules (1997)

Original Sex: Male

Quick Description: Hades is the villain from the Hercules, he originally appears as a blue-gray humanoid with flaming blue hair, wearing a black robe and a smoky base. The female Hades keeps the same villainous feel with the flaming blue hair which brings out the fierceness for her.

#4   Jessy-Ka-Rabbit

Original Appearance: Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

Original Sex: Female

Quick Description: The original Jessica Rabbit is a tall, voluptuous woman with a curvy and slender hourglass figure, a narrow waist and huge broad hips. The opposite gender of Jessica Rabbit shows a more masculine and sexy illustration. With luxurious red hair that covers his right side, this gives him the same aura as original Jessica Rabbit; very seductive. The overall illustration has a feel of “Magic Mike”. I think a lot of women will be crazy for him.

#3  Pocahontas

Original Appearance: Pocahontas (1995)

Original Sex: Female

Quick Description: Normally Pocahontas is a young woman with copper skin, long raven-black hair and twinkling, dark brown eyes. In this illustration, he is tall, slender, statuesque figure with broad shoulders and goes around the wild with his barefoot to hunt.

#2  Jack and Sally

Original AppearanceThe Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

Original Sex: Male for Jack / Female for Sally

Quick Description: From the gothic-style tuxedo with a bat-like bow-tie transform to gothic-style costume dress, it fits well with the female version of Jack Skellington; extremely slender, animated skull, black and white bony fingers. Sally which is beautiful, stuffed with mixed autumn leaves, pale blue fabric for her skin, detachable limbs, stitches, long crimson hair, short-sleeved knee-length ragged dress (made by multi-colored cloth atoms) with a V-cut neckline, black-striped white leg warmers, black low-heeled boots.

#1  Maleficent

Original Appearance: Sleeping Beauty (1959)

Original Sex: Female

Quick Description: Original Maleficent is slender, tall, shallow mint skin, prominent chin, red lips and fingernails, evil-omen ring, yellow eyes, predominantly black-and-purple cloak, black horned headdress. The Male version brings out the same evilness but this time, women might be willing to fall for his curse.

Which one is your favourite on this list? Sakimichan did an excellent job on all. We love it.

Above nomination is based on personal point of view. Thank you for reading. 

Author Crystine Koh

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