Frozen Treats

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Frozen Treats

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This is from an AU Frozen idea I came up with at my waiting job back in January, and drew back in February. (honestly I just wanted to design a maid uniform)
In this universe, Elsa is an entrepreneur who opened her own ice cream parlour called "Elsa's Frozen Treats" where she is also the head waitress.

She's in the middle of serving a milkshake and the parlour's title treat the "Olaf": 3 scoops of vanilla bean ice cream with 3 chocolate chips, a candy corn, and black licorice for all the decorations c: Hopefully no one figures out that she stays in business with limitless amounts of ice cream due to her magic. Otherwise she'd have to just let it go...

Artwork (c) Jonathan Castleman
Elsa (c) Disney

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I HATE Frozen with a passion, but give it a 90's anime do-over and I'm happy. I have commented on this numerous times, but I will say it again. Your work is very reminiscent of a long-lost decade of anime, and I adore every aspect of it. The late 80's and mid to late 90's were some of the best periods of animation in Japan, and I adore this style of art. The hairstyles, the outfits, hell, the NUDITY, the shading, bright vivid colors, all of it is wonderful, and I miss that time period in terms of anime.

The main problem here, is that every time Elsa makes dessert, it starts singing and dancing as you try to eat it! D:

kurumilover responds:

Oh yeah, that's the reason her shop's got a 3.5 on Yelp I hear...

very cute

kurumilover responds:

Thanks so much c:

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4.40 / 5.00

Mar 25, 2015 | 8:09 PM EDT
File Info
900 x 1275 px
709.6 kb

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