This picture makes me really sad.
There are people trying to kill her, trying to put an arrow through her head. She’s not evil, she’s not a monster, she was so happy to be free, and you’re just guna walk in and ruin in cuz you’re an ignorant little shit. Ok sorry yea but this makes me sad
Yeah, it’s very sad, but remember, Elsa is crouching, so if she was standing up straight, that arrow would have gone straight through her heart.
Thanks for making that 10 times sadder
"break the frozen heart"
Yes this is very sad, but her facial development for this scene is terrifying. She goes from this defensive face to the point where she actually snarled at Hans. I truly believe this is her breaking point. She has just lost her sister for the second time, now these thugs are here trying to kill her and she just tries to defend herself at first, however these guys are not letting up. She starts to go on the offensive, very tentatively at first but she realizes that they aren’t going to stop. She tries harder and harder, her face hardens and grimaces at she goes on. It gets to the point when she just wants these guys out of here regardless of the cost, which in this case is life, and almost kills these two guys. She finally realizes what she is doing when Hans tells her to stop. You can see a look of shock in her face when Hans starts to talk to her. This was her breaking point. She was fed up with everything, and this is one if the few times you actually see raw emotion from Elsa, and it’s heart breaking.
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Based on this. I’m sure it’s been done before, but for some reason I’m fascinated by evil Elsa, and I really really wanted a reason to draw her with her black hair from the concept art. I was originally planning on drawing out the entire clip but now I’m not sure if I will.
This deleted scene scared me, and I’m a 18 year old girl. I could never see Elsa as the villain in any form of Frozen. She is actually quite terrifying in this clip, which is great for a villain firm of Elsa, but I just can’t see her acting like this.
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