This guy drew Disney films using Snapchat filters, and it's awesome
Posted November 28, 2016
Those who don’t want to spend hours watching Disney classics need not worry anymore.
Twitter user @ivanmoomoo spent four hours, staying up until 3 a.m., drawing some of the most popular Disney films using Snapchat filters.
The video includes clips of “Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin” and “Frozen.” Each snapshot comes complete with a short audio clip of a famous Disney song from that movie.
The short video received more than 117,000 retweets and 181,000 likes as of this writing.
This fun video comes at the same time that some Snapchat users have expressed concern over the app.
Earlier this week, former Miss Provo Malissa Richardson started the hashtag #NoThanksSnapchat, calling out the photo app for allowing news organizations, like Cosmopolitan, to share sexually explicit content in their Discover stories.
“I would consider many of them to be pornographic and I hate to think that my friends, siblings and other young people are being exposed to the same gross material multiple times a day,” Richardson wrote on Facebook, according to Deseret News. “I would hope that we have a right to opt out of being exposed to such sexually graphic headlines and pictures.”
To help bring change the social media site, Richardson started an online petition. It collected 4,500 signatures in less than 10 hours. As of this writing, the petition had 16,273 signatures with a goal of 25,000.
“Some of us actually DO NOT want to see pornography,” Richardson said, according to Deseret News. “And we should have the right to opt out of viewing it.”