Artist Turns Disney Characters Into Robots


Who doesn’t enjoy Disney and Marvel heroes and villains? Yes, we certainly do!

Regardless of our age or gender, we all have favourite Disney and Marvel fictional characters. Those of you who adore characters from speculative fiction will undoubtedly enjoy today’s subject.

Many artists have transformed Disney and Marvel characters into stunning pieces of art. Since we were children, we’ve all grown up watching a variety of fictional characters. Despite the fact that Jake Parker, an American artist, grew up in this wonderful environment, he considers it dull and out of date. Why don’t we reimagine all of our favourite Disney characters into something far more modern and magnificent now that science and technology have advanced? He acts in accordance with his convictions.

Jake’s collection of Disney characters converted into robots is amazing.

Jake produced a whole new look for these characters by including robot-like aspects while keeping their primary qualities. Disney figures aren’t lost in his paintings; instead, they’re made to appear even more vibrant and appealing. Take a look at these illustrations and tell us what you think in the comments area below!

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1. Look at Stitch from “Lilo & Stitch” as EX-626 STITCHBOT

If you try to touch Stitch bot’s family, he’ll rip you to pieces.

2. From the movie “Peter Pan”, here’s is Tinker Bell as “Tinker Bot.”

3. MK-Z0W5K13 is the “Mike Wazowski” character from Monster Inc.

One-eyed monster MK-Z0W5K13 has a code name when he’s out to terrorise children.

4. “Aladdin’s” Genie as the G-N13 SERVICE DROID

5. D-UM80, the adorable circus elephant from the film “Dumbo.”

6. Meet “MM-17 MECHMOUSE” – What do you think of this robot Mickey

7. It’s Donald Duck as DD-13 DUCKBOT!

Doesn’t this robotic Donald Duck look like an old robot? Aren’t robots supposed to look younger than they actually are?

8. The Beauty and the Beast, aren’t they looking stunning? Such a powerful pair!

9. “The Little Mermaid” Ariel as AR-137 SEADROID. The Little Mermaid’s Ariel is no longer a Little Mermaid!

The purpose of AR-137 SEADROID is to ensure the safety of sea traffic.

How do you feel about these robots? Have you spotted your favourite character in these photos? These solidly constructed characters have surely piqued your interest today.

These photographs are impossible not to be moved by. We owe it to the artist to make our childhood memories more interesting and mechanical. No one had ever considered their favourite television character as a robot before today. This isn’t the first time in science fiction that we’ve seen robots and mechanical creatures as heroes. The character’s archetype has been reimagined many times throughout the Disney realm. These illustrations, on the other hand, are incredible.

Don’t forget to leave your thoughts and opinions on these stunning works of art in the comments area below!