The American blogger repeated the images of toonsBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-american-blogger-repeated-the-images-of-toons
The wardrobe of a modern girl is often full of a variety of things, from which you can make almost any image. For example, a popular American blogger named Kennedy Claire Walsh decided to repeat the images of some famous cartoon characters by choosing more stylish clothes for them. As a result, the girl creatively and vividly demonstrated by personal example the possible options for outfits that cartoon heroines could wear if they were in our modern world.
Kennedy Claire Walsh was born on January 5, 2000 and today is known in many social networks. She started hosting her YouTube channel in January 2011. The girl is especially active in the YouTube channel, where the number of subscribers has already exceeded 1.5 million people. The girl also gained huge popularity on her @jbptutorials Instagram account with more than 1.2 million followers.
In addition to her active blogging activity, Kennedy Claire is fond of painting on the body. She often works with her mother Jen Seidel (known on social media as Jen the Body Painter) as a body painting duo on social media.
Claire's main source of income is her Youtube channel. The girl's fortune is estimated at about $ 1.60 million. Moreover, she receives an estimated income of about $ 600 a day from advertising in her videos. She also has an online store that sells clothes and accessories. As for Claire's education, she dropped out of school to become a YouTuber. Anyway, she never wanted to go to school.
In the modern world, even a princess could not help but add several pairs of jeans and trousers to her wardrobe! After all, you can't walk through the streets of a noisy city in a chic ball gown for sure.
Kennedy Claire Walsh is not the first who unusually repeats the images of toons, giving us the opportunity to look at them in a different way. A digital artist from the USA named Ross Tran transforms himself and his dog into anime characters