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Artists Imagines How Disney Villains Will Look As Kids And They’re Too Cute To Be Villains

Ever wondered what villains would look like if they were kids?

Well, think no more! Because one brilliant artist has done exactly that. Artist, Vivianne Dubois has turned some of the famous Disney villains into innocent but naughty baby villains, and honestly, I have got to say they are too cute to be evil.

You see, Vivianne Dubois has been drawing ever since he was little and he was always fond of drawings/sketches that looked “cute.” I have always loved drawing since I was little, Dubois said while talking to Bored Panda. “However, I only started considering it as a career option when I began to visit art schools, trying to figure out where to go after high school. I had studied 2D animation at the Utrecht School of the Arts and now work as an animator for an upcoming series for Amazon Prime.”

So, scroll on below and take a look at some of Dubois artwork.

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Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty

Ursula from The Little Mermaid

“I came up with the idea for the project when I was in my first year of art school. I just started learning how to draw digitally and basically only drew fan art.”

The Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland

“I just thought it would be interesting to see how the villains might have acted and looked like when they were just naive little kids while trying to maintain their key personality traits at the same time,” Vivianne explained. “That, and I just liked drawing cute stuff.”

Cruella de Vil from 101 Dalmations

The Evil Queen from Snow White

“I started with my favorite, Ursula, and worked through my list of other personal favorites. At first, I wanted to recreate all of the villains but at some point, I just got tired of the project and wanted to move on to other stuff.”

Mother Gothel from Tangled

The stepsisters from Cinderella

As it turns out, people absolutely loved them!

What do you think about these cute but evil baby villains? Let us know in the comments below.