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21 Drawings Of Famous Cartoon Characters Using A Canvas That'll Make You Want To Sing

Because when it comes to these tunes, it's hard to "Let It Go."

Even if you've never seen Disney's Frozen, you're probably familiar with the film's hit song "Let It Go." You may even be able to sing it word for word. That's because the association between the lovable animated characters and the songs that summarize all the fuzzy, warm feelings you get from the film are so strong, it's like riding a bike — you never forget. 

One artist was able to capture the true essence of the strong connection between characters like The Jungle Book's Mowgli and his pal Balu with the tune "Bare Necessities" by using the sheet music as a canvas.

With colored pencils, Ursula Doughty flawlessly recreates some of Disney's most classic characters like Belle from Beauty and the Beast to newly added personalities like Poppy from the 2016 hit animated film, Trolls. But she goes a step further to pull the viewer in and create nostalgia from their moviegoing experience by drawing atop the lyrics and musical notes that created some pretty memorable tunes. 

So as Poppy strikes a pose with her cute self, she's drawn on the sheet music for Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling."

Check out more of Ursula’s musically animated art.

1. "Tangled"

2. "Snow White"

3. "Beauty and the Beast"

4. "101 Dalmatians"

5. "Nightmare Before Christmas"

6. "Fantasia"

7. "Moana"

8. "Frozen"

9. "The Fox and the Hound"

10. "Pinocchio"

11. "Monsters, Inc."

12. "Princess and the Frog"

13. "Robin Hood"

14. "Howl's Moving Castle"

15. "The Little Mermaid"

16. "A Goofy Movie"

17. "Mulan"

18. "Tarzan"

19. "Aristocats"

20. "Wall-E"

21. "Zootopia"

(H/T: DesignTaxi

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