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Where all dragons from DISNEY movies, shows, and video games go!
Sorry but no dragons from Dreamworks and/or any studios allowed (unless it involved with a crossover with Disney dragons or studios that worked with Disney like Studio Ghibli and Disney Pixar)!
#Movie Studios that worked (or sometime partnered with) Disney#
Pixar Animation Studios, or simply Pixar (/ˈpɪksɑr/), is an American computer animation film studio based in Emeryville, California. The studio is best known for its CGI-animated feature films created with PhotoRealistic RenderMan, its own implementation of the industry-standard RenderMan image-rendering application programming interface used to generate high-quality images. Pixar began in 1979 as the Graphics Group, part of the computer division of Lucasfilm before its spinout as a corporation in 1986 with funding by Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs, who became its majority shareholder. The Walt Disney Company bought Pixar in 2006 at a valuation of $7.4 billion, which transaction made Jobs Disney's largest shareholder.
Pixar has produced thirteen feature films, beginning with Toy Story in 1995.
It was followed by A Bug's Life (1998), Toy Story 2 (1999), Monsters, Inc. (2001), Finding Nemo (2003), The Incredibles (2004), Cars (2006), Ratatouille (2007), WALL-E (2008), Up (2009), Toy Story 3 (2010), Cars 2 (2011), and Brave (2012).
Twelve of the films have received both critical and financial success, with the notable exception being Cars 2, which, while commercially successful, received substantially less praise than Pixar's other productions.
The studio has also produced several short films. As of February 2012, its feature films have made over $7 billion worldwide, with its $602 million average gross by far the highest of any studio in the industry.
Three of Pixar's films — Finding Nemo, Up, and Toy Story 3 — are among the 50 highest-grossing films of all time, and all of Pixar's films are among the 50 highest-grossing animated films, with Toy Story 3 being the all-time highest, grossing over $1 billion worldwide.
The studio has earned 26 Academy Awards, seven Golden Globe Awards, and three Grammy Awards, among many other awards and acknowledgments.
Since the award's inauguration in 2001, most of Pixar's films have been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, with six winning: Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, WALL-E, Up and Toy Story 3.
Up and Toy Story 3 are two of only three animated films to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
On September 6, 2009, executives John Lasseter, Brad Bird, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton, and Lee Unkrich were presented with the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement by the Biennale Venice Film Festival. The award was presented by Lucasfilm founder George Lucas.
Pixar was founded as The Graphics Group, which was one third of the Computer Division of Lucasfilm that was launched in 1979 with the hiring of Dr. Ed Catmull from the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), where he was in charge of the Computer Graphics Lab (CGL).
At NYIT, the researchers pioneered many of the CG foundation techniques—in particular the invention of the "alpha channel" (by Catmull and Alvy Ray Smith); years later the CGL produced an experimental film called The Works.
After moving to Lucasfilm, the team worked on creating the precursor to RenderMan, called REYES (for "renders everything you ever saw"); and developed a number of critical technologies for CG—including "particle effects" and various animation tools.
In 1982 the team began working on film sequences with Industrial Light & Magic on special effects.
After years of research, and key milestones in films such as the Genesis Effect in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and the Stained Glass Knight in Young Sherlock Holmes, the group, which numbered 40 individuals back then, was spun out as a corporation in February 1986 with investment by Steve Jobs shortly after he left Apple Computer.
Jobs paid $5 million to George Lucas for technology rights and put them and $5 million cash as capital into the company.
A factor contributing to Lucas' sale was an increase in cash flow difficulties following his 1983 divorce, which coincided with the sudden dropoff in revenues from Star Wars licenses following the release of Return of the Jedi.
The newly independent company was headed by Dr. Edwin Catmull as President and Dr. Alvy Ray Smith as Executive Vice President.
They were joined on the Board of Directors by Steve Jobs who was Chairman.
Initially, while awaiting Moore's Law to reduce the cost of computing a movie, Pixar was a high-end computer hardware company whose core product was the Pixar Image Computer, a system primarily sold to government agencies and the medical community.
One of the buyers of Pixar Image Computers was Disney Studios, which was using the device as part of their secretive CAPS project, using the machine and custom software (written by Pixar) to migrate the laborious ink and paint part of the 2-D animation process to a more automated and thus efficient method.
The Image Computer never sold well. In a bid to drive sales of the system, Pixar employee John Lasseter—who had long been creating short demonstration animations, such as Luxo Jr., to show off the device's capabilities—premiered his creations at SIGGRAPH, the computer graphics industry's largest convention, to great fanfare.
As poor sales of Pixar's computers threatened to put the company out of business, Jobs invested more and more money and took more and more ownership away from the management and employees until after several years he owned essentially all the company for a total investment of $50 million. Lasseter's animation department began producing computer-animated commercials for outside companies. Early successes included campaigns for Tropicana, Listerine, Life Savers and Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
In April 1990 Pixar sold its hardware division, including all proprietary hardware technology and imaging software, to Vicom Systems, and transferred 18 of Pixar's approximately 100 employees.
The same year Pixar moved from San Rafael to Richmond, California. During this period, Pixar continued its successful relationship with Walt Disney Feature Animation, a studio whose corporate parent would ultimately become its most important partner.
In 1991, after a tough start of the year when about 30 employees in the company's computer department had to go (including the company's president, Chuck Kolstad), which reduced the total number of employees to just 42, essentially its original number, Pixar made a $26 million deal with Disney to produce three computer-animated feature films, the first of which was Toy Story.
At that point, the software programmers, who were doing RenderMan and CAPS, and Lasseter’s animation department, who made television commercials and a few shorts for Sesame Street, was all that was left of Pixar.
Bill Reeves, Pixar, 1995, on rendering algorithms, raytracing and global illumination.ogg
William Reeves, CTE at Pixar, on rendering algorithms, raytracing and global illumination, 1995, after the release of Toy Story.
Despite the total income of these products, the company was still losing money, and Jobs, still chairman of the board and now the full owner, often considered selling it.
Even as late as 1994, Jobs contemplated selling Pixar to other companies, among them Microsoft. Only after learning from New York critics that Toy Story was probably going to be a success and confirming that Disney would distribute it for the 1995 Christmas season did he decide to give Pixar another chance.
He also began then for the first time to take an active direct leadership role in the company, making himself its CEO. The film went on to gross more than $350 million worldwide.
Later that year, Pixar held its initial public offering on November 29, 1995, and the company's stock was priced at US$22 per share.
Pixar and Disney had disagreements after the production of Toy Story 2.
Originally intended as a straight-to-video release (and thus not part of Pixar's three-picture deal), the film was eventually upgraded to a theatrical release during production. Pixar demanded that the film then be counted toward the three-picture agreement, but Disney refused. Pixar's first five feature films have collectively grossed more than $2.5 billion, equivalent to the highest per-film average gross in the industry.
Though profitable for both, Pixar later complained that the arrangement was not equitable. Pixar was responsible for creation and production, while Disney handled marketing and distribution.
Profits and production costs were split 50-50, but Disney exclusively owned all story and sequel rights and also collected a distribution fee. The lack of story and sequel rights was perhaps the most onerous aspect to Pixar and set the stage for a contentious relationship.
The two companies attempted to reach a new agreement in early 2004.
The new deal would be only for distribution, as Pixar intended to control production and own the resulting film properties themselves.
The company also wanted to finance their films on their own and collect 100 percent of the profits, paying Disney only the 10 to 15 percent distribution fee. More importantly, as part of any distribution agreement with Disney, Pixar demanded control over films already in production under their old agreement, including The Incredibles and Cars. Disney considered these conditions unacceptable, but Pixar would not concede.
Disagreements between Steve Jobs and then Disney Chairman and CEO Michael Eisner made the negotiations more difficult than they otherwise might have been.
They broke down completely in mid-2004, with Jobs declaring that Pixar was actively seeking partners other than Disney.
Pixar did not enter negotiations with other distributors. After a lengthy hiatus, negotiations between the two companies resumed following the departure of Eisner from Disney in September 2005.
In preparation for potential fallout between Pixar and Disney, Jobs announced in late 2004 that Pixar would no longer release movies at the Disney-dictated November time frame, but during the more lucrative early summer months.
This would also allow Pixar to release DVDs for their major releases during the Christmas shopping season.
An added benefit of delaying Cars was to extend the time frame remaining on the Pixar-Disney contract to see how things would play out between the two companies.
Pending the Disney acquisition of Pixar, the two companies created a distribution deal for the intended 2007 release of Ratatouille, in case the acquisition fell through, to ensure that this one film would still be released through Disney's distribution channels. (In contrast to the earlier Disney/Pixar deal Ratatouille was to remain a Pixar property and Disney would have received only a distribution fee.) The completion of Disney's Pixar acquisition, however, nullified this distribution arrangement.
ACQUISITION BY DISNEY
Disney announced on January 24, 2006 that it had agreed to buy Pixar for approximately $7.4 billion in an all-stock deal.
Following Pixar shareholder approval, the acquisition was completed May 5, 2006. The transaction catapulted Steve Jobs, who was the majority shareholder of Pixar with 50.1%, to Disney's largest individual shareholder with 7% and a new seat on its board of directors. Jobs' new Disney holdings exceeded holdings belonging to ex-CEO Michael Eisner, the previous top shareholder, who still held 1.7%; and Disney Director Emeritus Roy E. Disney, who held almost 1% of the corporation's shares.
Pixar shareholders received 2.3 shares of Disney common stock for each share of Pixar common stock redeemed.
As part of the deal, John Lasseter, by then Executive Vice President, became Chief Creative Officer (reporting to President and CEO Robert Iger and consulting with Disney Director Roy Disney) of both Pixar and the Walt Disney Animation Studios, as well as the Principal Creative Adviser at Walt Disney Imagineering, which designs and builds the company's theme parks. Catmull retained his position as President of Pixar, while also becoming President of Walt Disney Animation Studios, reporting to Bob Iger and Dick Cook, chairman of Walt Disney Studio Entertainment. Steve Jobs' position as Pixar's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer was also removed, and instead he took a place on the Disney board of directors.
John Lasseter appears with characters from Up at the 2009 Venice Film Festival.
Lasseter and Catmull's oversight of both the Disney and Pixar studios did not mean that the two studios were merging, however. In fact, additional conditions were laid out as part of the deal to ensure that Pixar remained a separate entity, a concern that analysts had expressed about the Disney deal.
Some of those conditions were that Pixar HR policies would remain intact, including the lack of employment contracts. Also, the Pixar name was guaranteed to continue, and the studio would remain in its current Emeryville, California location with the "Pixar" sign. Finally, branding of films made post-merger would be "Disney•Pixar" (beginning with Cars).
Jim Morris, producer of WALL-E, has been named general manager of Pixar. In this new position, Morris is in charge of the day-to-day running of the studio facilities and products.
On April 20, 2010, Pixar Animation Studios opened a new studio in the downtown area of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The roughly 2,000 square meters studio is primarily producing shorts and TV specials based on characters from Pixar's feature films. The studio's first production was the Cars Toons episode, "Air Mater".
*Studio Ghibli (when it comes to tranlate most films from Japaneses to English with english voice actors that worked somewhere in Disney)*
Studio Ghibli, Inc. (株式会社スタジオジブリ Kabushiki-gaisha Sutajio Jiburi?) is a Japanese animation and film studio founded in June 1985.
The company's logo features the character Totoro (a large forest spirit) from Hayao Miyazaki's film My Neighbor Totoro.
It has its headquarters in Koganei, Tokyo. At one time the studio was based in Kichijōji, Musashino, Tokyo.
The name Ghibli is based on the Arabic name for the sirocco, or Mediterranean wind, which the Italians used for their Saharan scouting planes in the Second World War, the idea being the studio would "blow a new wind through the Japanese anime industry";
Although the Italian/Arabic word is pronounced with a hard ɡ, the Japanese pronunciation of the studio's name is with a soft g.
Founded in June 1985, the studio is headed by the directors Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata and the producer Toshio Suzuki.
Prior to the formation of the studio, Miyazaki and Takahata had already had long careers in Japanese film and television animation and had worked together on Hols: Prince of the Sun and Panda! Go, Panda!; and Suzuki was an editor at Tokuma Shoten's Animage manga magazine.
The studio was founded after the success of the 1984 film Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, written and directed by Miyazaki for Topcraft and distributed by Tōei. The origins of the film lie in the first two volumes of a serialized manga written by Miyazaki for publication in Animage as a way of generating interest in an anime version. Suzuki was part of the production team on the film and founded Studio Ghibli with Miyazaki, who also invited Takahata to join the new studio.
The studio has mainly produced films by Miyazaki, with the second most prolific director being Takahata (most notably with Grave of the Fireflies). Other directors who have worked with Studio Ghibli include Yoshifumi Kondo, Hiroyuki Morita and Gorō Miyazaki. Composer Joe Hisaishi has provided the soundtrack for all of Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli films.
Many of Ghibli's works are distributed in Japan by Toho. Internationally, The Walt Disney Company has rights to all of Ghibli's output that did not have previous international distribution, including the global, non-Japan distribution rights to Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away. As of September 7, they currently share North American theatrical rights with GKids while domestic right remain with Disney.
Over the years, there has been a close relationship between Studio Ghibli and the magazine Animage, which regularly runs exclusive articles on the studio and its members in a section titled "Ghibli Notes." Artwork from Ghibli's films and other works are frequently featured on the cover of the magazine. Between 1999 and 2005 Studio Ghibli was a subsidiary of Tokuma Shoten, the publisher of Animage.
In October 2001, the Ghibli Museum opened in Tokyo. It contains exhibits based on Studio Ghibli films and shows animations, including a number of short Studio Ghibli films not available elsewhere.
The studio is also known for its strict "no-edits" policy in licensing their films abroad due to Nausicaä of the Valley of Wind being heavily edited for the film's release in the United States as Warriors of the Wind. The "no cuts" policy was highlighted when Miramax co-chairman Harvey Weinstein suggested editing Princess Mononoke to make it more marketable. A Studio Ghibli producer is rumoured to have sent an authentic Japanese sword with a simple message: "No cuts".
On February 1, 2008, Toshio Suzuki stepped down from the position of Studio Ghibli president, which he had held since 2005, and Koji Hoshino (former president of Walt Disney Japan) took over. Suzuki said he wanted to improve films with his own hands as a producer, rather than demanding this from his employees. Suzuki decided to hand over the presidency to Hoshino because Hoshino has helped Studio Ghibli to sell its videos since 1996, also helping to release the Princess Mononoke film in the United States. Suzuki still serves on the company's board of directors.
Currently, Takahata is developing a project for release after Gorō Miyazaki's (director of Tales from Earthsea and Hayao's son) From up on Poppy Hill. Takahata is working on an adaptation of the tale of The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter.
Two Studio Ghibli short films created for the Ghibli Museum were shown at the Carnegie Hall Citywise Japan NYC Festival: "House Hunting" and "Mon Mon the Water Spider" were screened on March 26, 2011.
Many anime features created by Studio Ghibli have won the Animage Anime Grand Prix award including: Castle in the Sky in 1986; My Neighbor Totoro in 1988; and Kiki's Delivery Service in 1989. In 2002, Spirited Away won a Golden Bear and an Oscar for Best Animated Feature which remains the only film made outside the English-speaking world to have done so.
#Series channels Studios that worked (or once worked) with Disney#
Disney Channel is an American basic cable and satellite television network, owned by the Disney-ABC Television Group division of The Walt Disney Company, and headquartered in Burbank, California. It is under the direction of Disney-ABC Television Group President Anne Sweeney. Disney Channel International Networks, currently run by President Carolina Lightcap, is a group of more than 90 entertainment channels and/or channel feeds for children and families available in over 160 countries and 30 languages. The platform brands are Disney Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior, Disney Cinemagic, Hungama TV and Radio Disney.
The channel specializes in television programming for children through original children's television series and movies, as well as third-party programming. It was originally marketed primarily towards younger children, with the exception of their weekend primetime block that is aimed at pre-teens and teenagers ages 9–14, and the Disney Junior programming block aimed towards toddlers aged 2–5. In recent years, however, the diversity of viewers has increased with an older audience of teenagers, young adults and families.
Since November 19, 2010, the channel is offered with an alternate Spanish-language audio feed, either via a separate channel as part of a Spanish-language network package sold by cable and satellite providers or via a separate audio track with the SAP option, depending on the system.
*Disney Junior (Used to be known as PlayHouse Disney)*
Disney Junior - Disney Channel currently programs shows targeted at preschool-age children on Monday through Fridays from 6 a.m.–2 p.m. and weekends from 6–9 a.m. ET/PT, called Disney Junior, which debuted on February 14, 2011.
During the summer months, the block ends at 9 am ET/PT on weekdays. As of 2010, the only programming featuring classic Disney characters is Mickey Mouse Clubhouse on Disney Junior, and the Have a Laugh! short films on the network itself.
Current programming in this block includes Jake and the Never Land Pirates, Special Agent Oso, Imagination Movers, Handy Manny, Little Einsteins, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Jungle Junction, 3rd and Bird, Babar and the Adventures of Badou and Doc McStuffins.
Disney Junior is the successor to Playhouse Disney, another preschool-targeted block which debuted in September 1997. Disney Junior became its own basic cable and satellite channel on March 23, 2012, replacing Soapnet.
The Disney Junior channel is a direct competitor to Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. channel, NBC and ION's qubo and PBS and Comcast's PBS Kids Sprout.
On May 26, 2010 Disney-ABC Television Group announced the launch of a new 24-hour preschool-targeted digital cable and satellite channel called Disney Junior, which made its debut on March 23, 2012; the Disney Junior channel (which is commercial-free, like parent network Disney Channel but unlike SOAPnet, which it replaced, and Disney XD) will compete with other preschooler-skewing cable channels such as Nick Jr., qubo and PBS Kids Sprout. The channel will feature programs from Disney Channel's existing library of preschool programs and movies from the Walt Disney Pictures film library. Disney Junior took over the channel space currently held by Disney-ABC Television Group-owned SOAPnet (a channel airing soap operas), with the closure of SOAPnet citing the continued decrease in popularity of the soap opera genre on broadcast television and the growth of video on demand (including the online streaming availability for soap operas) and digital video recorders negating the need for a linear channel devoted to the format. The former Playhouse Disney block on Disney Channel was rebranded as Disney Junior on February 14, 2011, and the 22 existing cable channels and program blocks bearing the Playhouse Disney name outside the United States have been in the process of rebranding under the Disney Junior name. Disney had previously announced plans for a preschool-targeted network in the U.S. in 2001, however the planned Playhouse Disney Channel did not come to fruition, though dedicated Playhouse Disney Channels did launch internationally.
Disney XD is a digital cable and satellite television channel in the United States, which is aimed at males aged 7–14.
The channel was launched on February 13, 2009, replacing predecessor Toon Disney, carrying action and comedy programming from Disney Channel and the former Jetix block from Toon Disney along with some first-run original programming and off-network syndicated shows. Like its predecessor Toon Disney and unlike parent network Disney Channel, Disney XD is advertiser-supported. The channel carries the same name as an unrelated mini-site and media player on Disney.com, which stood for Disney Xtreme Digital, though the "XD" in the channel's name is said to not have an actual meaning.
This television channel, that launched on April 18, 1998, was aimed at children ages 6–12; the network's main competition were Turner Broadcasting/Time Warner's Cartoon Network and Boomerang, and Viacom/MTV Networks' Nicktoons. Unlike Disney Channel, Toon Disney was an advertiser-supported cable channel. The channel carried a format of reruns of Walt Disney Television Animation and Disney Channel-produced animated programming, along with some third-party programming, animated films and original programming. In 2002, the channel debuted a nighttime program block aimed at children ages 7–14 called Jetix, which featured action-oriented animated and live-action series. During Toon Disney's first year on the air, Disney Channel ran a sampler block of Toon Disney programming on Sunday nights for interested subscribers. The network ceased operations and was relaunched as the preteen male-oriented Disney XD, featuring a broader array of programming, on February 13, 2009.
Jetix was a worldwide children's television programming brand owned by The Walt Disney Company.
The Jetix brand was used for blocks and channels featuring action-related and adventure-related live-action and animated programming.
It was also what Disney eventually turned Fox Kids into.
Disney retired the Jetix brand in 2009 and replaced it with Disney XD (or Disney Channel in some countries). The last remaining Jetix in the world in Russia, was replaced by Disney Channel on August 10, 2010.
Before you decide to join there is some rules I hope you follow!
*Keep it G to High PG!
Nothing to bloody and gorely like a huge major bloody battle between dragons!
Most of the stories are cartoons for kids and early teens to watch!
But of course any fans of any age is welcome to join! We're never to old for them!
*NO pairings (unless it's official like JakeXRose from Disney Channel's American Dragon Jake Long)! This isn't a lovey-dovey romance club!
NO SLASH PAIRINGS EITHER!!!
*NO nudity not even racist, sexist, or vulgarin anyway!
Draw the dragons with RESPECT!
*NO bad foul language! Not even in comments and art titles!
I HATE foul mouths!
*NO theft art (unless you got permission from the artist)
*Break most of these rules on purpose and I will kick you out FOREVER (echo echo echo)
*PLEASE submit fanart to the right folder!
If you don't know where it goes then asked me!
Only fanart that got a Disney dragon (or more) is allowed!
Mulan with Mushu: OK
Just Mulan: NO
Just Mushu: OK
Just Mushu as Human: NO
Mushu in a group pic: OK
Jake Long as himself: NO
Jake Long as American Dragon: OK
Jake Long as himself and American Dragon: Maybe
Jake Long as half transformed American Dragon: Maybe
Jake Long as American Dragon in a group pic: OK
Here's the club's folder list so you won't make a BIG mistake!
#DISNEYDRAGONS CLUB'S FOLDER LIST#
*The Reluctant Dragon -- 1941 Folder*
The folder that holds fanrts of Disney Dragons from the third Disney cartoon movie ever made in Walt Diseny history, The Reluctant Dragon.
This delightful Disney featurette is about a loveable dragon who would rather sit around sipping tea and reciting poetry than be ferocious. Also contains the cartoon "Morris, the Midget Moose," a pint-sized animal who uses his intelligence to fight the fierce bully Thunderclap.
DISNEY DRAGON(s): names unknown right now
*Sleeping Beauty -- 1959 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from Sleeping Beauty.
A beautiful princess born in a faraway kingdom is destined by a terrible curse to prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and fall into a deep sleep which can only be awakened by true love's first kiss. This classic makes wondrous use of Tchaikovsky's same-titled ballet score. Academy Award Nominations: Best Scoring of a Musical Picture.
Disney Fact: Sound effects man Jimmy MacDonald used castanets to create the sound of the dragon’s teeth snapping.
DISNEY DRAGON(s): Maleficent (dragon form)
*Sword in the Stone -- 1963 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from Sword in the Stone.
Animated version of the legend of King Arthur as he is raised and trained by the wizard, Merlin.
DISNEY DRAGON(s)" Madam Mim (dragon form)
*Pete's Dragon --1977 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from Pete's Dragon.
This heartwarming musical blends animation and music to highlight the story of a young boy who is befriended by a delightful dragon. The film features charming performances from Mickey Rooney, Helen Reddy, Jim Dale, Shelley Winters, and the great Red Buttons. An ITA Award winner. Academy Award Nominations: Best Original Song ("Candle on the Water"), Best Original Song Score.
DISNEY DRAGON(s): a imaginary dragon named Elliott
*The Black Cauldron --1985 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from The Black Cauldron (well known in history to be the first (and so far only) Disney cartoon that rated PG)
Taran is an assistant pigkeeper who longs to be a knight. He's given his chance to live his dream when he is sent out in search of a magical black cauldron which can either be a powerful instrument of good or a bottomless font of evil, depending entirely upon who should find it.
DISNEY DRAGON(s): pet dragons that the villains got! names unknown right now
*Hercules --1997 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from Hercules.
More than a man. Less than a God. Everything you've ever heard about history's mightiest hero is only a myth. The son of Zeus was robbed of his divine birthright when he was stolen from his cradle by the evil Hades and fed a potion that made him mortal. Now, armed with only his great strength and his trusty flying horse Pegasus, the handsome hunk who put the "glad" in "gladiator" must prove himself worthy of regaining his rightful place on Mount Olympus.
DISNEY DRAGON(s): The Hydra (a greek breed of dragon)
*Mulan (1 and 2) -- 1998/2004 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons in Mulan in both one (1998) and two (2004)
Based on a Chinese folk-tale, Mulan is a young high-spirited girl who tries hard to please her parents but always feels like she is disappointing them. Her father is drafted into the army which amounts to certain death because of his old age. Mulan disguises herself as a man and takes her father's place in battle, guided by a guardian dragon, Mushu. At the height of her success her secret is revealed and she is banished from home. But, undaunted she fights and defeats enemy invaders and saves the Emperor, bringing great honor to her family.
After protecting her beloved country from the Huns, Mulan receives an unexpected marriage proposal from General Li Shang. But before they can tie the knot, Mulan must accompany Shang on a perilous journey to escort three princesses to Chang'an, China. The trip proves difficult for the couple, who have trouble getting along under the pressure of such great responsibility. Making matters even more complicated is Mushu, Mulan's lovable dragon sidekick, who isdetermined to drive a wedge between the couple after he learns that he will lose his guardian job if Mulan marries.
DISNEY DRAGON(s): Mushu
*Spirited Away -- 2002 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from a Studio Ghibli anime movie translate to English from Disney, Spirited Away.
Tale of the fanciful adventures of a ten-year-old girl named Chihiro, who discovers a secret world when she and her family get lost and venture through a hillside tunnel.
When her parents undergo a mysterious transformation, Chihiro must fend for herself as she encounters strange spirits, assorted creatures and a grumpy sorceress who seeks to prevent her from returning to the human world.
DISNEY DRAGON(s): Haru (dragon form)
*Enchanted --2007 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from Enchanted.
The tale follows the beautiful princess Giselle as she is banished by an evil queen from her magical, musical animated land--and finds herself in the gritty reality of the streets of modern-day Manhattan.
Shocked by this strange new environment that doesn't operate on a "happily ever after" basis, Giselle is now adrift in a chaotic world badly in need of enchantment.
But when Giselle begins to fall in love with a charmingly flawed divorce lawyer who has come to her aid--even though she is already promised to a perfect fairy tale prince back home--she has to wonder: can a storybook view of romance survive in the real world?
DISNEY DRAGON(s): Nassnia (dragon form)
*Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland --2010 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons in Disney's Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland (not the old Disney cartoon movie)
19-year-old Alice returns to the whimsical world she first encountered as a young girl, reuniting with her childhood friends: the White Rabbit, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Dormouse, the Caterpillar, the Cheshire Cat, and of course, the Mad Hatter. Alice embarks on a fantastical journey to find her true destiny and end the Red Queen's reign of terror.
DISNEY DRAGON(s): The Jabberwocky (a different type of dragon)
*The Sorcerer's Apprentice --2010 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from The Sorcerer's Apprentice (not the old Mickey Mouse cartoon one)
Balthazar Blake is a master sorcerer in modern-day Manhattan trying to defend the city from his arch-nemesis, Maxim Horvath. Balthazar can't do it alone, so he recruits Dave Stutler, a seemingly average guy who demonstrates hidden potential, as his reluctant protege. The sorcerer gives his unwilling accomplice a crash course in the art and science of magic, and together, these unlikely partners work to stop the forces of darkness.
It'll take all the courage Dave can muster to survive his training, save the city and get the girl as he becomes The Sorceror's Apprentice.
DISNEY DRAGON(s): the metal dragon monster, the designs on the Merlin ring
*Tales from Earthsea -- 2010 Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from the studios that created Spirited Away and Ponyo and based on a fantasy book series called, Tales from Earthsea.
Another translate-to-English feature film from Studio Ghibli
A prince sets out on a magical journey and discovers wizards, witches, dragons and self-knowledge.
DISNEY DRAGON(s): names unknown right now
*Maleficent -- 2014 Folder*
The folder of fanart of the latest live-action (like Tim Burton's Disney's Alice in Wonderland) about the well-known villain side of the Sleeping Beauty tale.
One of the well-known actress, Angelina Joile as Maleficent
The untold story of Disney's most iconic villain from the 1959 classic Sleeping Beauty.
A beautiful, pure-hearted young woman, Maleficent has an idyllic life growing up in a peaceable forest kingdom, until one day when an invading army threatens the harmony of the land.
Maleficent rises to be the land's fiercest protector, but she ultimately suffers a ruthless betrayal — an act that begins to turn her pure heart to stone.
Bent on revenge, Maleficent faces an epic battle with the invading king’s successor and, as a result, places a curse upon his newborn infant Aurora.
As the child grows, Maleficent realizes that Aurora holds the key to peace in the kingdom — and perhaps to Maleficent’s true happiness as well.
REMEMBER Only Maleficent in her dragon form from THIS MOVIE go in this folder!
Maleficent in her old cartoon version still go to "Sleeping Beauty -- 1959 Folder"!
DISNEY DRAGON(s): Diaval (dragon form)
*Disney Dragon Cartoon/Animated/Live Series Folder*
Only Disney Dragons from any Disney series
From cartoon/animated to live-real kinds
From old ones to the latest!
As long as it mostly about a dragon like Disney Channel's American Dragon Jake Long.
Other Disney series that just go a dragon for a guest star for a episode or two will just got to the Other Disney Dragons Folder.
Most series is usually rated G-PG
*Dragons from Kingdom Hearts Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from the popular video game series (PS2, GBA, DS, 3DS, PS3) Kingdom Hearts.
About a boy that was chosen to be a Keyblade Master, travel to many different worlds (most of them based on Disney and Final Fantasy)
Remember. . .only dragons from Kingdom Hearts is allowed! Plain Kingdom Heart fanart will be denied!
Disney Dragons WITHOUT anything Kingdom Hearts stuff go to the other folders (depends on what they are)
#Disney Dragons that's shows up in Kingdom Hearts#
^Mushu (Disney's Mulan) (First as Summon Stone on Kingdom Hearts then returns in Kingdom Hearts 2 in his own world)
^Maleficent (Disney's Sleeping Beauty) (well-known main villain in the whole Kingdom Hearts series)
^The Hydra (Disney's Hercules) (first appear in a boss level in Kingdom Hearts 2)
Dragon Heartless, Dragon Nobodies, and Dragon Dream Eaters are allowed in this folder as well: BOTH official and made-up ones as long as it in the breed of dragon and looked like it from Kingdom Hearts
No other new Disney Dragons in Kingdom Hearts yet!
*Other Disney Video Games Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from other video game
Like (PS2) The Pirates of the Caribbean: Legends of Jack Sparrow (it got one level that have to do with a stone dragon monster).
And many others based in Disney dragons.
Most usually rated E and E+10
*From Disney Books and Graphic Novels Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney Dragons from Disney books, book series, graphic novels, manga, etc.
Like Kilala Princess and Disney Fairies
*Other Dragons Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney dragons that only shows up once or twice and not to popular through out a movie, show or video game (and don't seem to fit the other folders).
For example, a episode from a Disney Show is about a dragon for a short time like a guest star or something. Or a dragon in a Disney/Disney Pixar Short Film or something like that.
They also deserve some love as well! Do you agree?
*Crossover Clan Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney dragons that meet each other or meet different people from different movies, shows, and video games.
You could also try to submit a crossover of a Disney Dragon, meeting with a Dreamworks (or something else) Dragon as long as Disney is the main thing!
*Disney-Mixed Dragons Folder*
The folder that holds fanart of Disney dragons that was created for other Disney movies/shows/video games that don't owned a dragon yet!
"What if the Disney movie, Tangled got a dragon in the story?" What will he/she looked like? Will he/she be on the good side or bad side?
*Made-Up Disney Dragon Clan Folder*
The folder that holds art of made-up OC-like Disney Dragons.
You could try to used one of your favourtie dragon book series or video games that Disney didn't do yet and try to turned them into art with a thought "What if Disney turned this into a movie or show?"
OR create a OC dragon character if you got a Disney-based fan-story that involved with dragons!
It also have to looked Disney-animated as well.
*Disney Dragon Stamps and Icons Folder*
The folder that just hold stamps and icons of Disney Dragons.
Even just the Disney sign (and the movie/show/titles) as long as it mostly on the Disney Dragon.
*Disney Dragons from Disneyland/DisneyWorld Folder*
Only Pics of Disney Dragons from either Disneyland and/or DisneyWorld is allowed.
Even Boardway and Disney on Ice that got dragons in it is allowed!
Other people that dressed as Disney Dragons that's NOT from Disneyland/DisneyWorld but for either Halloween or Cosplay fun go in the Disney Dragons' Crafts/Items/Cosplay Folder.
*Disney Dragons' Crafts/Items/Cosplays Folder*
Disney Dragons that either hand-made crafts and pics of items
Even people dressed as Disney Dragons (not from Disneyland/Disneyworld but for either Halloween or Cosplay fun) is allowed
*Disney Dragons Comics and Written Stuff Folder*
A Dragonpus's ChildIt was the beginning of Summer in the Tri-State Area, but Carley noticed that Perrible was acting strange, as he'd been more emotional, growly and not in the mood, along with being tired out by flying, but she needed to ask Vanessa about this, but Leah knew that Perrible was fatter than normal, which indicated he was going to lay an egg, making the dark brown red scaled Dragonpus happy, but felt bad hearing hik whimper in pain, as she flew to get Vanessa, as the young Sidhe sorceroress would know what to do.
She flew through the night skies in her full sized form, as her mighty wings sailed against the breeze, until she came to a familiar purple zig sagged building, as she used her magic to enter, but saw Platyborg there helping Doof brew potions, but wondered what the female Dragonpus wanted.
"Is Vanessa awake, Platyborg?" she asked him.
"Yes but where's the fire?" he asked her.
"Perrible's laying an egg." she told him.
His eyes widened in awe, hearing this, getting Vanessa but the yo
Only comics and written fan stories of Disney Dragons is allowed in this folder
Either a short comics or short stort page to chapter-by-chapter legends.
With OFFICIAL Disney Dragons and/or OC Disney Dragons!
*Disney's Year of the Dragon Folder*
Only fanart of Disney Dragons that have to do with The Chinese New Year: Year of the Dragon (past and future)
1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024, 2036, 2048, 2060, 2072, 2084, 2096, 2108, 2120, etc
*Contest Entries Folder*
The folder that holds fanart for art contests that might happen in this club!
*Past Entries Folder*
The folder that holds past entries of past contests that happen here in the club
NO ONE SUBMIT ART IN THIS FOLDER
"Year of the Disney Dragon Contest" (celebrates the Year of the Dragon 2012)
"Madam Mim VS Merlin Contest" (celebrates 2 YEARS and celebrates Disney's the Stone in the Stone's 50 YEARS) (FAILED)
NOTHING YET! Maybe in early 2014!
I made a list of all the Disney movies, shows, and video games that have to do with dragons!
If I forgot one then let me know and I'll add it on the list.
Any new Disney movies/shows/games that's soon coming out will also soon be added!
The Reluctant Dragon (Rated G)
Sleeping Beauty (Rated G)
The Sword in the Stone (Rated G)
Pete's Dragon (Rated G)
The Black Cauldron (Rated PG)
Hercules (Rated G)
Spirited Away [Studio Ghibli] (Rated PG)
Mulan (Rated G)
Mulan 2 (Rated G)
Enchanted (Rated PG)
Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland (Rated PG)
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Rated PG)
Tales from Earthsea [Studio Ghibli] (Rated PG-13)
$NEW$ Maleficent [May 30, 2014] (Rating PG)
#Disney Short Films#
The Ballad of Nessie (Rated G)
American Dragon: Jake Long (Disney Channel, Disney JETIX, Toon Disney)
WITCH (Disney JETIX)
The Wizards of Waverly Place (Disney Channel, Disney XD)
Dave the Barbarian (Disney Channel, Toon Disney)
Disney's House of Mouse (Disney Channel, Toon Disney)
Doc McStuffins (Disney Junior Channel)
$NEW$ Sofia the First (Disney Junior Channel)
#Disney Video Games#
Kingdom Hearts (Rated E+10)
Kingdom Hearts: Chains of Memories (Rated E+10)
Kingdom Hearts 2 (Rated E+10)
Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 days (Rated E+10)
Kingdom Hearts: Coded (Rated E+10)
Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance (Rated E+10)
Kingdom Hearts 1.5 HD Remix (Rated E+10)
$NEW Kingdom Hearts 2.5 Remix (Rated E+10)
The Pirates of the Caribbean: Legend of Jack Sparrow (Rated E+10)
Disney Universe (Rated E)
Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (Rated E+10)
Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion (Rated E+10)
#Disney Comics/Manga/Graphic Novels/Books#
Wizards of Mickey
Kilala Princess (manga series)
Kingdom Hearts (manga series)
Kingdom Keepers series
#RUMORS AND/OR NEWS ON LATEST#
*Disney's Maleficent hitting theaters on May 30th (other dates for other places is right now unknown)
#Disney FanClubs OF Disney Dragons!#
(when new Disney clubs that have to do with these kind of clubs get created later I'll add them on this list as well)
*Mushu (from Disney's Mulan)*
*Maleficent (from Disney's Sleeping Beauty)