As I have noticed lately your style is very simple. Other people would call this chibi-styled characters. However, you still give each of these well known characters their rightful personality. Let's start with Maleficent. She is known as a witch who was made in a very artistic way, where every scene is picture perfect and serious. In your style, she didn't lose her seriousness, or her mystic, no matter how adorable you made her. With the wicked Queen, you made her look sly and mischievous, in a way that reminds people what she had always been trying to do, become the fairest of them all. And of course, Ursula, who is best known for her unique laugh, you made her have that evil smile which reminds us of that laugh. You made them all simplified versions of their original selves, with your own style, but not changing their characters. I think you did an amazing job.
Maleficent! Sweet mother of monkeys! She is one of my favorite villains. You picked a great trio, nothing redeeming about any of them whatsoever. Not a white hat among 'em! I have a huge poster of Maleficent up in my living room and I can't tell you how many times I get asked, "Who is that?" **blink** Seriously? I mean, I didn't even have a television until I was 9 years old and I still know who she is! There's something seriously wrong with this generation. (Too much Barney + Teletubbies...) Speaking of pure evil, did you ever see the live movie "Sleeping Beauty" with Sigourney Weaver? So good. Anyway, I digress, love, love, the artwork. the colors are perfect, and looking at all the villains you chose; like I said - you picked the right three to put together. Spiffy !