Since wearing a costume seems like a huge hassle. I’m just going to wear this shirt.
Story women at Walt Disney Animation Studios.
There are 10 of us here. I usually worked with one or two other female board artists at other productions. So I thought I would capture this for this years’s Caricature Show at the studios.
maybe if i make more jokes about it it’ll sTOP HURTING
I keep telling people that angels aren’t cute, fluffy beings, but are really scary as hell.
Maybe they’ll believe me now…
Belle (Beauty and the Beast): ENFP
Belle may be a bookworm, but she certainly is willing to share her world with others. If you just listen to the song “Belle”, you’d probably be able to tell that this girl is an extrovert judging by the way she talks. If you watch the movie, you’ll see a bookworm and you’ll immediately peg her as an introvert.
When Belle is walking through the town, the baker or whatever asks her where she’s going, and she not only answers his question, but she ends up telling him why she’s going there and then begins to babble on about a book she’d been reading, until the man decides to cut her off and get back to work. Something similar happens between her and the owner of the bookshop, but he doesn’t brush her off. Instead, he seems charmed by Belle and allows her to keep her favorite book. While she was talking, you can hear her enthusiasm and energy building up, and extroverts generally communicate with enthusiasm. You can also see that it is not Belle who chooses not to befriend the townsfolk due to her introversion, but the people who outcast Belle because they’re far too caught up in their provisional lives. Throughout the song, they sing about how odd Belle is and how she doesn’t quite fit in (oh, how like an ENFP!), and that it is them who outcast her.
Belle also complains to her father, though, that the townsfolk think of her as “odd” and that she has nobody to talk to, and I honestly don’t think that an introvert would see this as much of a problem (especially if they’re already that close with their father and all buddy-buddy with the bookstore guy). To me, it seemed like Belle might have been pining for more company (just not nearly as much as she longed for adventure), but she wasn’t willing to spend time with people so traditional, boring, conventional and different to her. I mean, you can’t expect an extrovert to hang out with people they don’t like just because they get their energy from being around people. If Belle wasn’t longing for some friends, I don’t think she would have babbled on to the baker or to the bookshop owner, inviting them into her world. I don’t think she would have wanted to sing about her favorite part of her favorite book to animals if she wasn’t desperate for company, and I don’t think she would have befriended the beast’s servants/household appliance thingies so easily. Extroverts also tend to act first and reflect later, and Belle is shown to do many things without thinking beforehand.
Belle is also shown to be very assertive and fearless, and unafraid to get herself into conflicts with the beast, Gaston or the townspeople. Introverts would rather avoid any unnecessary interactions.
We all know that Belle definitely does not live in the moment, though she does seem to use her senses pretty well. Belle has her head in the clouds and tends to daydream (like pretty much every Disney character). She seems to view to world as a place full of excitement and possibilities just waiting to be explored and unraveled, which sounds very much like she she is dominant in extroverted intuition (which is another factor that adds to me classifying her as an extrovert).
Belle also seems to value imagination and looks at the big picture rather than at little details. I can see why some people would type her as an SP; like most Se-dom people, Belle wants adventure. However, she seems to love the IDEA of adventure, and she doesn’t go after her dream. She doesn’t seem nearly as action-driven as she is introspective, which definitely confirms her being an intuitive type, for me.
I’ve seen Belle typed as a thinker and I really could not disagree more. Belle makes decisions using her heart, and she comes across as very subjective, like a feeler. She walks through the town brushing everyday duties off as boring, because that’s how SHE feels about it. When the baker cuts her off and doesn’t want to listen to her babble on about a book she’s read, she rolls her eyes at him. She doesn’t seem to even try to understand another person’s point of view, and this leads me to believe that she uses introverted feeling. Belle also holds her values very close to her, and she’d much rather break the rules than compromise her values.
Belle is shown to make hasty decisions when she’s overwhelmed with emotions, and she doesn’t often apply logic to her decisions. For example, logically, Belle should have been able to tell that the townspeople would go after the beast after she’d revealed him to them. She knows how unaccepting (not sure if that’s a word, but just go with it) they are of anyone who is different to them. But, she was so overwhelmed with concern for her father that she did. And who could blame her? No matter what decision she’d made in that situation, something bad was going to happen. (I don’t think that my reasoning in this paragraph is very good).
Although assertive and opinionated, Belle is shown to be very tactful, even dishonest. She seems to be a little afraid to hurt Gaston’s feelings, even though she hates him, so she flat out lies to him by saying that she doesn’t deserve him, instead of being completely honest and telling him that she is not interested at all.
Belle appears to be quite laid back and seems to prefer to go with the flow. She doesn’t make plans; she does things spontaneously. Belle hates the routine life of the townsfolk, and routine is agonizing for a perceiver.
Although Belle does seem to display some extroverted feeling in parts of her movie, she appears to be strongly guided by her extroverted intuition. Her childlike imagination, longing for adventure and dreamy nature definitely scream NP.
Belle possesses a lot of characteristics typically found in ENFPs. In fact, in a lot of ways, she could be the ENFP poster child. In the time period she’s living in, she is very unconventional. Belle is shown to break the rules and be a non-conformist. She’s imaginative and curious, and is shown to be quite charismatic. Belle does not look before she leaps, and she is adventurous. She is also shown to be very loving and empathetic, and she also appears to be very comfortable trying new things and being in unfamiliar situations.
ENxPs are generally more reserved than other extroverted types (ENTPs in particular) and Belle was shown to be a little reserved, though more confused, about her emotions in Something There.
Belle is also very assertive, though not too blunt, much like an ENFP.
I’m not sure who’s next up. It’s a toss up between Marley Rose from Glee, Rocky Blue from Shake It Up! or Alex Dunphy from Mondern Family, but I’m leaving heavily toward Alex right now.
Steven Universe - Steven the Sword Fighter
Pearl Fight - Steven the Sword Fighter - Steven Universe
Pocket Princesses **100**
Kegs will be tapped, shoes will be lost.
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that would make the funniest fucking story ever. Due to a mix up at the factory, the template for incantations that was supposed to a publishing company of dark art books is sent to a feminine products factory. Girl then accidentally summons Satan with period blood. Satan gets confused because its “dead blood” and when he shows up he realizes the sacrifice was done incorrectly so he cannot take the girl’s soul but now is bound to do her bidding because oops his bad, he showed up anyway.