When Disney Pixar’s Brave was released in 2012, it marked several milestones in the history of animated films. The title itself is a fitting tribute to the film’s many firsts: it is a film that featured the talents of Pixar’s first female director, Brenda Chapman; it also made use of the most complex animated visual effects at Pixar’s disposal at that time causing an overhaul on Pixar’s animation system; and the first ever animated film to make use of the Dolby Atmos sound format. Plus, the story in itself is a maverick attempt to go against conventions to pursue what is truly the desire of one’s heart.
Consequently, Brave bagged the Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature, and was also honored with the Golden Globes Best Animated Feature Film both in 2013. Overall, it earned a total of 19 awards, including 48 nominations – a testament to the superb story telling magic of Disney and Pixar that resonates with the powerful message of courageously pursuing your dreams while strengthening family bonds at the same time.
If you’re a fan of Merida as much as we are, then you might want to relive those exciting moments with our new series of Brave coloring pages. Simply click on the links below to get our coloring pages in high-resolution and have it printed or saved in JPEG or PDF formats.
Watch out for more of our Disney Movies List coloring pages in the next few days so stay tuned!
Big Hero 6 is in many ways, a courageous film. Other than the brave, anime-inspired characters and artwork, it is Disney’s first animated feature to include characters from Marvel Entertainment since its acquisition of the latter in 2009. The venture turned out to be a huge success, with the film earning $657 million worldwide, and bagging the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film of the Year in 2015.
Well, I’m speaking in terms of numbers but putting these figures aside, Big Hero 6 is one of Disney’s best animated films so far, fusing elements from Japanese manga with those of Marvel’s high-powered characterization. I love the concept of how a group of seemingly ordinary teens can become technologically empowered in their fight against a mysterious enemy. Throw in a fluffy, battle-ready personal health care companion and you have one hilariously action-packed film.
If you love Baymax and the rest of the Big Hero 6 team, then you may want to download these latest coloring pages that we’ve included in our collection. Let me know your thoughts and if you wish to include additional scenes or characters in our database, especially those from the Big Hero 6 TV series.
Even after 27 years since its theatrical debut, the magical story of an arrogant, cursed prince and the ever so hopeful village girl never fails to inspire especially when told through the lens of the story-telling wizards of Disney. After almost three decades since its release in 1991, the magical story of Adam and Belle continue to resonate to a modern generation. It was even expanded to include several spin-off short films and a ground-breaking soundtrack. I was just 14 when I first saw Disney’s Beauty and the Beast in the cinema, and since then my heart was forever captured by this film.
To celebrate the 27th year anniversary of Beauty and the Beast this November (Disney’s multi-awarded animated film first made its debut in the US on November 22, 1991), we’ve updated our database of coloring pages to include your most memorable and beloved Disney characters in the film. From Belle to Philippe, we have all of your favorite Beauty and the Beast characters. Simply click on the links below and have them printed on any paper of your choice. Let us know if we missed out on one of your faved characters in the film so we can include them in our coloring pages.