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Yow Yow: Sexy 2012 Disney Princess Pin-Up Calendar

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Remember last year's series of sexy Disney princess pinups by artist J. Scott Campbell? Well he's back at it, this time with a full 2012 calendar of scantily clad cartoon ladies. Granted they're not all Disney princesses, but who cares? "I don't even care if they're not all women!" We get it, you're desperate.

Hit the jump for a ton more and a link to the artist's website to buy the calendar for $25.

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J. Scott Campbell's Website (to buy the calendar)
and
The 2012 Disney Pin-Up Calendar [bitrebels]

Thanks to bb, who looks like a fairy but not a slutty one like Tink.

There are Comments.
  • ReadsInTrees

    Uhh...why is Tinkerbell's foot up her butt? Also, why are all of these poses anatomically impossible?

  • Evelyn Daub

    The pictures are wonderful, but I would have put a zigarette in Alice right hand and a glass of champagne in the other lol. The mouth of Raiponce looks familiar to me, same as the sirenes have, when Asterix met them on the island of joy. :)

  • Richelle Howes

    Pages upon pages of nothing but people bitching and whining....why not just appreciate the artistry of the pieces? They're all spectacular, and the women are extremely sexy!! I wish I could draw like Mr. Campbell!

  • Guest

    It'd be great if he could learn basic proportions and anatomy. All the poses look broken and stiff, and don't even get me started on that Tinkerbell (but I'll go for it anyway); Some how her boobs magically got placed on the side of her body (solely because they wouldn't be visible if she were a real person and not a grotesque projection), even though her stomach isn't indicating that she's twisted towards the viewer at all. Second her legs are broken and could never possibly bend that way, plus that weird crease between her thigh and butt? It just looks wrong.

    They are amazingly rendered, but other than that, ithey're very mediocre and amateurish.

  • Morwen

    It'd be great if he could learn basic proportions and anatomy. All the poses look broken and stiff, and don't even get me started on that Tinkerbell (but I'll go for it anyway); Some how her boobs magically got placed on the side of her body (solely because they wouldn't be visible if she were a real person and not a grotesque projection), even though her stomach isn't indicating that she's twisted towards the viewer at all. Second her legs are broken and could never possibly bend that way, plus that weird crease between her thigh and butt? It just looks wrong.

    They are amazingly rendered, but other than that, it's very mediocre and amateurish. They have same face and body in each picture (if you disagree than you're really just trying to see differences where there aren't any [except in a few- the angle of the eyes]. He also does the same bent-leg pose whenever possible. He's selling sex, not art.

  • it would improve if there was a little bit of titty showing :)

  • Hellfire13

    Sounds to me like a bunch of no talent whiners think they are art critiques. I like this work.

  • So many hateful people, honestly I think they look great, and its not like he's showing nipples, or private parts. They were really well drawn. Sheesh people if you don't like what you see, feel free to close your web browser at any time.

  • QuirkyKiwi

    Wouldn't Belle be freezing her ass off?

  • Sexy Stuff

  • These are pretty hot, not gonna lie, but, yes, they have the EXACT SAME FACE. Pert noses, too-large eyes, bow lips, high cheekbones. No difference whatsoever. Am I a bad feminist for liking these images? XD

  • LOVED them all!!!!!!!!! great work i LOve drawings of women! soooo busty! and yummers!!!!!!!! ;))))

    ~jess!~

  • WHY ARE NONE OF THE LITTLE MERMAIDS REDHEADS!!! 

  • Man!  Where were these babes when I was a kid trying desperately to look up Wendy's nightie in Peter Pan??

  • Love how, in order to make Tiana sexy, they made her white ...

  • Man, so many HATERS... When someone its this good, HATERS WILL HATE. Awesome artistic skills, and for all those who said that "all the faces are the same", look again. Only a true artist can point at the HUGE facial, and physical differences each one of the characters has. Nevertheless, i salute those who appreciate art, and if you don't like Mr. Campbell's art,  go to red box and rent one of the original movies and watch your silly Disney films. An artist, a real one portrays the world in his/her own way. There is no right or wrong, no good or evil, art is a way of expressing your mind in a piece of paper, or using an instrument, etc, without restrictions or rules.

  • Kevin Walters

     1) doesn't matter what they look like or how old they are in the story or film, this is a product made to be sexy, appealing, and a good piece of artwork.
    2) It's obvious that the artist knows that the characters displayed were underage in the story and movie, but these pictures are obviously not of them at that time period!
    4) the people that are hating on this are either really bored, or jealous cuz these are such great drawings
    3) so what if some of the faces are similar in this way or that...its still freaking HOT! XD

  • Why doesn't Ariel have red hair, that's one of the things that made her sexy in the first place???

  • Congrats, Incredibly well drawn pictures. Everyone has their own artistic style and preference of what looks good so  I don't understand such animosity over some great pictures. People are so drawn to comment on the girls as they are the focal point of the pictures but the rich detail in every aspect of each picture is just awesome. 

  • Genevra Littlejohn

    God, their poor feet. And why are they all white, even the Jasmine-analogue and the Frog Princess?

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