jackfreak1994:

Stitch’s tender moments with his two sisters!

No wonder he misbehaves at times, just look at him! spoiled brat! xP

He’s such a cutie patootie, like a wittle baby. 

UGH CAN’T CONTAIN THE CUTENESS!!!  

Oh by the way, the lullaby that Nani is singing is located here if anyone is interested to listen to it. It is sung by Tia Carrere, the same amazing woman who voiced Nani.

omg i love this so hard i can’t even words.

skunkandburningtires:

"The school bully wanted to pummel me every day after school. I would walk home, and he would wait for me. He would come out from behind a corner and — just like in some old movie — he would start beating on me. One day he came after me, and I said, ‘Stop! I will draw you a picture of Darth Vader if you leave me alone.’

"And he had his fist cocked, and he said, ‘Really?’

"And I said, ‘Yeah, and it’ll be GOOD. I promise.’"

Lilo & Stitch and How to Train Your Dragon writer/director Dean DeBlois on when he began to suspect he might have a future in art

(Quote via the AMAZING 2+ hour documentary, The Making of Lilo & Stitch, included on the 2 DVD version of Lilo & Stitch: Big Wave Edition DVD — currently just $9.98 on Amazon!)

OMG baby Dean! He’s adorable!

stitchkingdom:

This was sent to me on Twitter. Not sure what it is exactly other than it appears to be an official teaser for a Lilo and Stitch branded version of Disney Store Japan’s Unibearsity but called Ohanabearsity.
All I know is I need that Scrump. Whether this is indeed real or not.

stitchkingdom:

This was sent to me on Twitter. Not sure what it is exactly other than it appears to be an official teaser for a Lilo and Stitch branded version of Disney Store Japan’s Unibearsity but called Ohanabearsity.

All I know is I need that Scrump. Whether this is indeed real or not.

disney-fakts:

Actual Disney Fact #3: Disney Channel produced and animated an actual Lilo and Stitch High School Musical ‘We’re All In This Together’ sequence. Like that’s an actual thing that happened. Somebody thought of this idea, drafted it to somebody and they thought it was great and so they did it.

I remember this thing, it was so freaking wierd.

I think it would be cool if Lilo and stitch were in Once upon a time!

agreed!

happykittyshop:

SQUEEE!!! I want to add to my Stitch collection <33
http://www.hottopic.com/hottopic/PopCulture/Cartoons/Disney/Disney+Lilo+amp+Stitch+I+Am+Stitch+Backpack-10144340.jsp
narukodreamer:

Do you wanna build a sand castle? It doesn’t have to be a sand castle!

narukodreamer:

Do you wanna build a sand castle? It doesn’t have to be a sand castle!


"Aloha!”

"Aloha!”

(Source: as-seen-on-disney)

Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind, or forgotten.

(Source: ohanawaii)

He Mele No Lilo with full lyrics in karaoke style

jackthevulture:

Stitch doodles inspired very much by Chris Sanders’s drawings of him. 
I think I always think of rabbits when I draw him.  Even though hes supposedly more like a Koala.

jackthevulture:

Stitch doodles inspired very much by Chris Sanders’s drawings of him. 

I think I always think of rabbits when I draw him.  Even though hes supposedly more like a Koala.

the-disney-elite:

"We promised Disney that in trade of letting us do a gutsier type of movie and take on a different kind of story that was completely original and not based on some legend or fairy tale, that we would do a film that was smaller budget, smaller crew, less time to make it. So it was kind of a new model.

"We didn’t want to dazzle with special effects and shadows and tones all over the characters and go for all this realism or dimensionality.What we wanted to do was go back to the films that inspired us. Films like Dumbo and Bambi. They were a lot more simple in their look and I think they do what 2-D traditional drawn animation does best, which is put up an impression of a storybook that’s come to life. We were not trying to achieve depth and we didn’t want to compete with a 3-D look. We wanted to go back to something that’s sort of rich and textured and you can see the painter’s hand up onscreen. So that’s why the idea of watercolor, which hadn’t been done since the early 1940s on Dumbo was really appealing to us, it had that storybook look to it.”

— Dean DeBlois, giving the back-story for Lilo & Stitch's gorgeous backgrounds.

the-disney-elite:

"This was the toughest scene to animate [on Lilo & Stitch]. Chris [Sanders] had done these emotional story sketches. They looked so right on, I didn’t know what else to bring to this moment. Lilo asked Stitch about his family and his dreams. She is trying to understand (and forgive) his rough, unfriendly nature. It’s one of those scenes that got to me.”

— Andreas Deja, supervising animator of Lilo (and many, MANY other classic Disney characters)

Top row: Chris Sanders’ original storyboards for the scene

Bottom row: Andreas Deja’s pencil animation for the same scene

the-disney-elite:

"The [character] that I was able to crawl into the most was Lilo from Lilo & Stitch. This was sort of a cartoony-looking girl, but her problems were completely real. Her funky world that she created…I mean, you know kids like that. It was very honest and genuine and I wanted to do an honest job, so I thought about the character a lot before I animated it. I really got into the character, where [I] almost felt that pain that she had. The loss of the parents — you need to feel all that. That was a big learning experience for me.”
— Andreas Deja on animating Lilo from Lilo & Stitch (2002).
GIF: Andreas Deja’s pencil animation for Lilo. (x)

the-disney-elite:

"The [character] that I was able to crawl into the most was Lilo from Lilo & Stitch. This was sort of a cartoony-looking girl, but her problems were completely real. Her funky world that she created…I mean, you know kids like that. It was very honest and genuine and I wanted to do an honest job, so I thought about the character a lot before I animated it. I really got into the character, where [I] almost felt that pain that she had. The loss of the parents — you need to feel all that. That was a big learning experience for me.”

— Andreas Deja on animating Lilo from Lilo & Stitch (2002).

GIF: Andreas Deja’s pencil animation for Lilo. (x)

(Source: andreasdeja.blogspot.com)

snickershine:

Stitch and Toothless by bluekomadori