30 Illustrations of Famous Animated Movies
If you would be thinking of an entertainment industry that has touched so many lives for decades, then you might come up with an answer that would bring back memories – movies. Movies have been around since our youth making us appreciate one of its artworks known as animated films or cartoons. Those colorful characters with fairytale and fun-filled stories have delighted us in understanding lessons about life, love, experiences, and many more.
Animated classics have found their ways to survive the ever-growing movie industry. From simple and touching stories up to heartbreaking and meaningful happenings, these shows have made a mark on all its viewers making them unforgettable and special.
And since we all have our own shares of memories for the cartoons we’ve admired and watched for a lot of times, it would be great to have a look back on some of the famous animations. So for your viewing pleasure, here are 30 illustrations of well-loved animated films made by fans, artists, and those who found inspiration in them:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – 1937
Cinderella – 1950
Sleeping Beauty – 1959
My Neighbor Totoro – 1988
The Litte Mermaid – 1989
Aladdin – 1992
Toy Story – 1995
Shrek – 2001
Kung Fu Panda – 2008
Up – 2009
So now that you’ve seen the some of the best cartoon movies for the past years, you may have come up with your own list of favorite animated classics. Just share your thoughts here and let these movies become more memorable and special for you.
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Roxanne is an online writer who loves to share ideas on photography, art, and fashion. She graduated with a degree on Communication Arts and plans to learn more about her chosen field. She occasionally shares ideas on business and online printing. When not at work, she spends time reading novels or watching great films and television series.
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