Have I've ever mentioned how much I love your paper like style? I don't think I have. I have also yet to see frozen. Never really had much of a want to see it, but then i really didn't want to see tangled and it ended up being very good. Your and other peoples artwork for it have made me rethink my decision of not wanting to see it in theaters and waiting to borrow it on dvd from a friend.
Thank you! It's one of the most fun styles to work with as well. I think you should see it on the big screen at least once. There are some stunning visuals you shouldn't miss out on. I can't promise anyone they will love the movie, it's not perfect and it has a few flaws. After I first watched it my thoughts were just "Hey, this was nice!" Then when I watched it the second time I noticed so e things I hadnt noticed before and liked it even more. I also started to think a lot about the characters and lessons taught in the movie (They've broken quite a few Disney formulas!) and I started to really connect to some of the characters and their actions or just realized how great it is that the characters are extremely relatable to some people and can help them improve their lives. (Elsa is a great metaphor for people with a "different" sexuality than usual, people with mental illnesses like depressions or just people who had to hide a part of themselves in order not to hurt anyone.) And that just makes me really happy and I love the movie beside it's flaws (a few small plotholes and pacing problems, but really no biggies if you don't look for them) It's definitely worth a watch - and worth thinking about it for a bit. Even the snowman mascot Olaf has a deeper meaning to him. Thanks for your comment!
I really loved it. It definitely hit a chord with the things involving Elsa, I identified with a lot of the feelings she was struggling with to a large degree. I think that Disney did a fantastic job and I want to see it again!