The artist uses AI to create realistic portraits of Encanto characters.


What do you get when you mix artificial intelligence and editing software?

Stunning images, apparently.

Brazilian digital artist Hidreley Leli Dião creates ultra-realistic portraits of beloved cartoon characters as well as historical figures.

The magic lies in a unique mix of Photoshop, FaceApp, Gradiente and Remini, according to his contribution bored panda article. Using this formula, even The simpsons the characters feel like real people you would pass on the street.

Some of Dião’s later works include characters from Disney’s “Encanto”, such as:


The shape of the face! The hair! Smile! He succeeded.


Unsurprisingly, Luisa was highly sought after by fans.


I think the song will change to “Everybody Is Talking About Bruno” after seeing this photo.


A pretty perfect portrait for Miss Perfect herself.


It’s like he can step out of the frame and start talking to animals in real time. Wow.


As a fellow redhead constantly trying to keep my emotions at bay, this one was my favorite.


Meet Julieta, Mirabel’s mother, who gives big Aunt Voula vibes from “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”.

And, of course, Abuela Madrigal

I think it’s safe to say that even though Dião doesn’t have a magic door like the Madrigal family, he does have a superpower: digital magic.

But of course, this isn’t Dião’s first deep dive at Disney. Feast your eyes on some of them:

Carl Fredrickson of “Up”

Ariel from “The Little Mermaid”

Pocahontas from “Pocahontas”

Joe Gardner of “Soul”

Hans from “Frozen”

Another long-lost Hemsworth brother found?

Are you more of a history buff than a Disney nerd? Never scared. Dião’s work has something for everyone.

A collection includes what some celebrities who met an untimely death might look like today, such as:

Another reimagines what historical figures might have looked like in modern times:

And just for fun, here’s what the Statue of Liberty might look like as a real person:

Thank you Hidreley for giving us a real wonder to browse on the internet. If you want to see more of Hidreley’s work, you can follow his Instagram here.

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