This Artist Is Painting Over Disney Scenes And It's Absolutely Breathtaking
You probably don't recognize the name Tyson Murphy but after today you'll probably find yourself wanting to keep your eyes peeled for his incredible work.Tyson Murphy has an impressive work history behind him as the LEAD character designer for Blizzard, the gaming company that brought us the Warcraft franchise that dates back over 2 decades.
Murphy is obviously an extremely talented animator and artist and most people have probably seen some of his impressive work and not even realized that he was the brilliant, creative mind behind it.
Now, Murphy brings his unique style to the masses with his Disney-themed project that involves taking screenshots of classic Disney scenes from classic Disney movies and painting over them, quite literally breathing new life into art that has entertained longer than Murphy has been around to create art.
Have a look for yourself and be sure to let us know which one is your favorite (if you can actually pick only one!)
1. The Sword in the Stone
An all too frequently over-looked Disney classic is seen through brilliant new eyes thanks to Murphy.via:Tyson Murphy
2. 101 Dalmatians
The subtle pops of color and details really take this classic animation to astounding new levels.via:Tyson Murphy
3. Robin Hood
A little art goes a long way, a lot of art goes even farther. Murphy has definitely put a lot of creativity into his re-creations.via:Tyson Murphy
Of course, Disney is not just where the buck stops for Tyson Murphy and his fabulous art.
He's also touched on other, more recent, childhood favorites like Tree Trunks from Adventure Time. Click on the next page to see more!
4. Come on grab your friends!
Murphy definitely takes us to far and distant lands when he paints his creations.via:Tyson Murphy
Even more breathtaking are his completely original creations, like this comic he made of his son, Max, who has autism.
5. Maxvia:Tyson Murphy
Murphy's work truly seems to cross multiple creative platforms and posses the ability to inspire many. In fact, he frequently is known to make tutorials and "speed-creations" for other aspiring artists to follow along and learn from the master himself.
At the end of the day, like we previously suggested one thing rings true: his work is worth looking further into.
Check out some of his personal pages and show him the much deserved love you have to offer!
If you love Disney (which I can only assume, since you came this far!) then you need to see these photos of a Corgi meeting all of his favorite Disney characters. It's precious. Good pupper.