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Queen Elsa as a Pixie by LadyAquanine73551 Queen Elsa as a Pixie by LadyAquanine73551
I had fun on the Pixie Scene-maker… making these 2 versions of Elsa :). The game is very flexible and allows for a nearly infinite variety of looks for the little fairy dolls you make.  Elsa is from Disney's new movie Frozen.  She's the older of 2 royal sisters, and was crowned Queen of Arendelle at the beginning of the film.  The gown on the left is her coronation costume.  Unfortunately, Elsa has a secret: she can create ice & snow, but she can't control it unless she wears gloves since she directs her ability through her hands.  She's been hiding this power from everyone for most of her life, even her own little sister, Anna.  So things go to hell in a hand-basket when she has an argument with Anna during the reception, because Anna accepted a proposal from a guy she's only met & knows nothing about.  It doesn't help when Anna snatches off one of her older sister's gloves & with Elsa already emotionally charged up, she accidentally creates a wall of sharp icicles right in front of everyone.  People start seeing her as a monster, forcing Elsa to flee & create an icy refuge once she lets her powers go. 

The dress you see on the right is what Elsa looks like after she has given up on holding back her powers.  She somehow creates a beautiful crystalline gown and shows her true nature.  I thought she actually looked very pretty, with the pale hair & the blue hues in her dress.

Elsa's situation actually reminds me of Jean Grey, from X-men.  She too had a very powerful, terrible set of powers hidden away in her mind by Professor X, which eventually broke out & took her over, creating the Phoenix.  Both Elsa & Jean Grey made the mistake of suppressing such abilities, rather than try to learn how to work with them and make things safer. 
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CardCaptorMiele Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
how do you make the cape?
LadyAquanine73551 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015
I used colored flower petals from the drag-and-drop section.  You have the option of choosing 3 degrees of transparency as well as 2 color options.  I kinda just put the capes together that way.
CardCaptorMiele Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
OOh thank you! XDD my sister was having a hard time putting the cape together
Kimmi-Chan1989 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014
I love this so much~!
LadyAquanine73551 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014
Thank you :hug:.  She was fun to make :)
Kimmi-Chan1989 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
Your very welcome~
harmonyluvr Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is the most accurate one I've ever seen. What did you use for Elsa's hair in the right panel?
LadyAquanine73551 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013
I used a picture of Elsa as a reference first.  Then I used the palest blond shade I could find (2nd row, 5th from the left) & highlighted the hair in white (top row, 5th over from the left).  She has to have the palest hair I've ever seen in a Disney Princess, though I suspect it's due to her magic, since no one else in her family has such light hair. I then took the fat braid from the drag-and-drop hair section and placed it behind her head, and placed that long sweeping braid in front so it looked like it was laying over her left shoulder.  For her scalp, I used the hair with no bangs & just 1 curl over the forehead.  On the top of her head I used those short curling drag-and-drop hair pieces. 
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