Seeing Anna and Elsa from Frozen in real life is actually not that unusual of an occurrence.

The characters appeared in live action on ABC's Once Upon a Time. You can meet Anna and Elsa at Disney World. There was that photo of a model that looks like Elsa that went viral last year.

Still, Australia-based digital artist Jirka Väätäinen's depiction of the Frozen princesses in his "Real Life" Disney Girls series is so spectacular, it'll make you see Anna and Elsa in a whole new way.

The portraits look so real, you might've thought they were photos if you just glanced at them quickly.

Queen Elsa from Frozen

Posted by Jirka Väätäinen Design on Sunday, March 22, 2015

Princess Anna from Frozen

Posted by Jirka Väätäinen Design on Sunday, March 22, 2015

Elsa's portrait looks appropriately icy, and that newfound sassiness and confidence we see her evoke during that powerful "Let It Go" sequence definitely shines through. Just look at those smoldering eyes!

On the flip side, Anna looks appropriately more youthful and playful with her big, blue eyes and grin in her portrait. Anna looks mostly innocent, but she also kind of looks like she would be up to something a little bit mischievous, which is not so far-fetched for the character.

Väätäinen's "Real Life" Disney Girls series went viral last year, according to The Daily Dot, but the artist didn't include Anna and Elsa in the series until now. Obviously, the beauty of Väätäinen's portraits of Anna and Elsa are going to inspire you to look at the entire series, whether you've seen it before or not. If you do, you will be rewarded with super lifelike portraits of nearly every female Disney character you can think of, from Beauty and the Beast's Belle to Aladdin's Jasmine to Tangled's Rapunzel, who really, really, really looks like Amanda Seyfried to me. Whoa.

It also looks like Väätäinen may be working on a "Real Life" Disney Guys series too. We can only hope.

Here's a little Halloween weekend treat for everyone...#sneakpeek #workinprogress #Jirka #guesswho A photo posted by Jirka Väätäinen (@jirkavinse) on Oct 31, 2014 at 6:40am PDT

Head over to Väätäinen's website to see the full series.

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