Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

Snowy, Nordic fairy tale Frozen could have been wildly different from what we saw in theaters. Check out the whole other movie Disney almost made, in this astounding collection of concept art.

Disney artist Victoria Ying has released a few images from her gorgeous work on Frozen, showing a vast new world of magic and wonder tucked between the Disney Fjords. And look what we discovered while poking through her work.

In our previous interview with the big voice behind the adorable snowman Olaf, Josh Gad confirmed that Megan Mullally was originally slated to play Elsa. All Gad revealed was that, "She [Mullally] was brilliant, but it was a completely different story." Which wow — that really would have been an entirely different movie. Earlier concept art from Frozen also revealed that the original Snow Queen was inspired by Bette Midler.

This image Ying is absolutely channeling Midler. And now we really want to see a whole new Frozen with a Middler/Mullally Queen.

Here are some very early images of Elsa's early on castle. As you can plainly see, this is an entirely different place. Both strikingly beautiful, yet lonesome, ice palaces. But these also appear as if the Snow Queen had been inhabiting her ice castle for much longer than Elsa in the final version of Frozen.

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

An epic throne inspired by lace.

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

And here's what appears to be Anna, approaching the Snow Palace.

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

And holy cow the Ice Queen had an army of Snowmen!

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

And if you noticed above (and in the past art) this Queen was blue. So it makes sense that the younger version of this character would also be blue. And here she is all tiny and adorable and BLUE!

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

Here's a look at Anna's bedroom with the Anna you saw in the film.

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

And here's a look at what appears to be a dressing room. Which fits perfectly with the recently released deleted scene that took place inside Princess Anna and Princess Elsa's gigantic closet. The hanging dress really looks like the a combination of classic Disney Princess gowns. (A little Cinderella, right?)

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

Norwegian Rosemaling was clearly a HUGE influence on this film. And it's just utilized in the most phenomenal ways. Really I just can't get enough of it. Plus here's another image of an earlier version of the King and Queen. And the Queen's coat is fabulous.

Stunning Frozen Concept Art Reveals The Snow Queen You Didn't SeeS

For more extraordinary art head over to Victoria Ying's website!