Isa Bredt is a 22-year-old illustrator from the Netherlands who is best known for her work with Pet Disneyfication. She was given this moniker because she often transforms pet images from all over the world into Disney-style illustrations.
All of the creatures in Isa’s drawings appear to be characters from the upcoming Walt Disney film! Many people mistake Isa for a Disney employee because they are so perfect.
She did, however, point out that she is not a Disney employee. “I am simply a huge fan. My all-time favourite film is The Lion King, which I used to watch on a daily basis as a child. Lady and the Tramp, 101 Dalmatians, and the Aristocats are among my favourite old animal films.”
She has loved drawing since she was a kid, but it wasn’t until the end of high school that she began to pursue it as a profession. That was the driving force behind her decision to pursue a career in illustration and animation. She did, however, leave her programme in the third year to pursue a career as a pet portrait artist.
Bredt told “Pet disneyfications are something I did quite sporadically in my free time for about 5 years.” “I began because I was and continue to be a huge fan of both animal drawing and the old Disney style.”
Her pet portrait work began on Reddit. “There used to be a subreddit where you could offer people free art. I wanted to learn how to draw in the Disney style, so I gave free sketches to people who sent me photos of their pets.”
She explained, “I did this a few times and people loved it, even though I wasn’t very successful at the time.” “Then, last summer, I decided to take on commissions as a summer job because I didn’t want to work in the food service industry again, and it went so well that I decided to start an Instagram and do the commissions on the side.”
Bredt began drawing pets at shelters and animals in need after her designs rapidly rose in popularity. She hopes that her portraits will aid in the adoption of these animals. She is overjoyed that she is willing to put her skills to good use.
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