The world of Disney animation is full of odd and unique body sizes and shapes. From the slim waist of Mrs. Incredible to the tall and lanky body of Goofy. Have you ever wondered what those characters might look like with regular body proportions? Egyptian artist Mohamed Halawany has answered that question! He has created a series called "Real Toons" that depicts Disney characters as real humans dressed up in fashionable getups.

Mohamed Halawany combines the heads of Disney characters with real bodies, giving them a human-like look. These characters push the line between animation and reality, and the result is unusually interesting. The series has been a real success all across the internet! Halawany's dedicated fans can't seem to get enough of his odd creations.

Scroll down below to see his 3D creations!



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#1 Buzz Lightyear (Toy Story)


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#2 Ralph & Vanellope (Wreck-It Ralph)


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#3 Donald Duck


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#4 Elsa (Frozen)


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#5 Genie (Aladdin)


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#6 Goofy


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#7 Sheriff Woody (Toy Story)


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#8 Winnie the Pooh & Piglet


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#9 Tigger & Eeyore (Winnie the Pooh)


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#10 (The Incredibles)


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#11 Thanos (The Avengers)


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#12 Sulley (Monsters Inc)


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#13 Minnie Mouse


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#14 Mickey Mouse


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#15 Kermit and Miss Piggy (The Muppets)


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#16 Marge & Homer Simpson (The Simpsons)


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#17 Bart Simpson (The Simpsons)


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