Artist Uses Photoshop To Breathe New Life Into Old Disney Movie Scenes

Artist Gives New Life To Scenes From Old Disney Movies

A digital artist has injected new life into scenes from classic Disney films in a way that yesteryear's animators could only have dreamed.

Tyson Murphy, a character artist at video game company Blizzard Entertainment, used Photoshop to bring more movement and richer detail into original frames from the 1961 animated classic "One Hundred and One Dalmatians," as well as other Disney flicks, giving them a gloriously 3D feel.

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Bottom: A scene from "One Hundred and One Dalmatians." Top: Murphy's reimagined version.

"I picked these movies because they're a few of my favorites, and also because they come from an era when less lighting was painted into the original scene, leaving me a lot of room for my own interpretations!" Murphy told The Huffington Post.

Check his other Disney "paint overs" below.

The Sword in the Stone (1963)
Robin Hood (1973)

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