Disney might want to consider hiring a digital artist who is bringing their classics to life. Tyson Murphy, Lead Character artist at Blizzard Entertainment, recently took a few still images from classic Disney movies and produced a Photoshop effect that produced much more depth and lighting into the frames giving them a 3D look.

Murphy used stills from 101 Dalmatians, The Sword And The Stone, and Robinhood to showcase his ‘paint over’ technique.

Murphy told The Huffington Post, “I picked these movies because they’re a few of my favorites, and also because they come from an era when less lighting was painted into the original scene, leaving me a lot of room for my own interpretations!”

Here are a few of Tyson’s retouched still images:



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