See What the "Live-Action" Lion King Characters Look Like Next to Their Cartoon Counterparts
How does 1994's The Lion King stack up to Disney's brand-new "live-action" retelling of the classic? (Live-action is in quotes because it's CGI so it's technically. . . well, it's still technically animated in a way, right?) Luckily, thanks to the movie's latest trailer, we now have a better idea than ever.
From the stunning sunsets on the plains where Mufasa and a very adorable, very fluffy Simba roam, to the long-awaited appearance of the Beyoncé-voiced Nala, the Jon Favreu-directed movie appears to have plenty of nods to the original, if not essentially being a shot-for-shot remake. Despite initial wariness about the film's photorealistic quality — Pumbaa is truly a sight to behold, my friends — the footage has also given people a better idea of how the 2019 interpretation of the beloved story will shake out.
If you're curious about how the other key elements from The Lion King stack up, keep reading to see the new cast of characters side by side with stills from Disney's original film!
The Lion King (1994)
The animated film that started it all. Produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation in Burbank, California, this unassuming stop-gap project grew to become a mythic phenomenon, setting record numbers for box-office sales and merchandising revenue around the world, and inspiring thousands of fans to build on its story with their own creativity.
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Pictures and descriptions of all the Lion King characters and their roles in the story.
The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride (1998)
The long-awaited sequel. A direct-to-video production by Walt Disney Television Animation, Simba's Pride adds new characters and another chapter to the Circle of Life mythos begun in the original theatrical film.
The Lion King 1½ (2004)
The Circle of Life begins anew with a fresh, satiric retelling of the original film's story, from the comic perspective of the meerkat Timon and the warthog Pumbaa. A tribute to the grandeur of the original as much as it is a satire, this direct-to-video production (from Walt Disney TV Animation Australia) appeals to wistful nostalgia as much as to our funny bones.
The Lion King: The Broadway Musical
Premiering in Minneapolis in 1997, The Lion King: The Broadway Musical has found a permanent home as a fixture on 42nd Street, the heart of the theatre district on Times Square in New York. Numerous other productions have set up in other cities around the world to showcase Julie Taymor's revolutionary stage rendition of the original film's story.
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how to draw a King Cartoon using fun vector effects
The king cartoon is back! In the kingdom of illustrations, this cute cartoon character is now ready to be duplicated in the form of a drawing lesson! Indeed, this tutorial was created to help you learn how to draw a simple king filled with great colors and simple digital effects.
Just open your vector application, sketch a nice king and follow this easy step-by-step drawing lesson carefully! You'll see that creating a simple character using all tools available in your application is not as difficult as it might seem!
Important note: For each step available below, the first image represents the operation you must perform for this particular step. All changes are surrounded by a red outline.
On the second image, you will have the opportunity to see the result of this particular step.
Are you ready? Great! Start this tutorial by drawing the king using the pencil tool (or any other tool that you are comfortable with). Then, color the character using plain colors. Don't worry, we will use special tools in the next step to add great shadows.
The special tool that you can use is called the gradient fill. With this tool, you can add simple shadows to each part of the character by choosing two different tones of the same color. In this case, just make sure that you are using the darker colors on the bottom of each shape.
Now that most parts are colored and filled with simple shadows, it's now time to add more shapes to represent additional effects like reflections. Just create four small circles and color these new shapes in white. Place them on the eyes and the pupils and use the transparency tool to enhance the gradient effect. The top part of these new shapes must be partially hidden.
Great! Now create more shapes on the outfit, the head and the feet to illustrate strong shadows. Each new shape must be colored with the same color as the shape below, but use a darker tone to make this new shape visible. Once again, use transparency to hide the top part of these shapes.
Repeat the same process below the crown, the hair, the head and above the arms. Our goal is to give more depth to the king cartoon and hopefully give a 3D appearance to the illustration. Guess what! This tutorial is now over. As you can see, it's now too difficult to create a nice character filled with volume and personality. Enjoy!
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This Photoshop-Savvy Fan Reimagined ‘Lion King’ Characters to Look More Like the Cartoon Versions
The first trailer for the reboot of The Lion King was fantastic. There were some nostalgic nods to the original — the silhouetted shot of Simba, Timon, and Pumba in front of the moon and the wise reuse of James Earl Jones’s voice talents — but it was the quality of the new animation that really blew us away.
Of course, a beautiful trailer doesn’t necessarily translate to an enjoyable feature-length film. After early praise, critics have been harsh on The Lion King (2019) for its story, neither changed nor expanded from the original, and CGI that while beautiful leaves many characters emotionless.
One of the more Photoshop-savvy fans decided to do something about it. Nikolay Mochkin — Instagram user ellejart — created what are essentially mash-ups of the new and old character designs, combining the realistic visuals of the new film with some of the more emotive facial expressions of the 1994 effort. The original film was a cartoon, an art form that uses exaggeration to portray emotion, so it was an obvious shortcut to bring more feeling to the new depictions and appeal to millenial nostalgia. A win-win!
The results are kind of unsettling, but kind of great. Mochkin helpfully included the altered version, the original, and a side-by-side view in each post. We’ll start with Scar, whose new look got folks riled up months before the movie even came out. Much of his sinisterness comes back in the altered version.
Timon and Pumba look great in silhouette in both movies, but the updated version brings back the sense of mischievousness that’s fundamental to their friendship.
Young Simba regains the oversized, innocent eyes that let you know how sad he is about his dad dying.
Even if you were a huge fan of the new animation style, it’s worth checking out the rest of the transformations Mochkin tackled on Instagram. They’re evidence of some impressive skill, and a peek at what might have been had Disney gone in a different direction.
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