Every Disney princess or character movie has its villainous characteristics. Two of the most ruthless and recognized in this universe of stories are surely Cruella and Lady Tremaine.
The first is easily the badder of the two. She has so little heart that she is capable of hurting animals, specifically dogs. In 101 Dalmatians, Cruella de Vil kidnaps the puppies to remove their skin and thus make the coats.
The character has been represented throughout the history of Disney, since the 50s. She is a very thin woman with a certain aspect of an evil old woman. In the most recent film adaptation she was played by Emma Stone.
Anyone would think that an illustration of this character, as if it were from real life, would have to resemble the acclaimed actress. But the reality is that they do not have the slightest similarity, in the designs made by Jirka Vinse Jonatan Väätäinen on his Instagram account.
The other one that this designer illustrated was Lady Tremaine, Cinderella’s stepmother. Just by looking at this woman’s face you can appreciate her cruelty. Each of her features and the clothing of the time (it was created in 1950) honors what Disney has taught us in every movie that has come out.
This is how these two villains would be if they were people in real life.