Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, people are finding creative ways to pass time while practicing safe social distancing at home -- blogger Rachel Martino and digital artist Leo Camacho are two of those people. The duo recently came into the spotlight for their head-turning Disney-inspired looks.
On Instagram, Martino posted a captivating series of photos of her and Camacho wearing their Rapunzel and Flynn costumes. In the photos, Martino is seen wearing a purple sweatshirt, matching shorts and a long braid, while Camacho is seen posing in a green vest and brown pants.
"Choose Your Character: Disney couples in Quarantine edition," she captioned the photo.
The Los Angeles-based couple's latest project was inspired by the "Choose your Character" challenge on TikTok, which uses the Super Smash Brothers Melee character music. For the challenge, creators dress up as different characters.
"We thought it would be fun to do a spin on it with classic Disney couples, like Cinderella and Prince Charming, Belle and the Beast and others," Martino told "GMA."
Using what they could find around the house, such as brooms and frying pans, it took Martino and Camacho about two hours to shoot everything with all of their outfit changes.
"We used outfits with the colors typical to each character, like purple for Rapunzel, light blue for Cinderella, in the classic Disneybounding style, and we made what we had work," Martino said. "The funniest part was jumping at the same time and trying not to laugh too much while we did it."
This isn't the first time the two -- both content creators -- have dressed up in costume together. They both love cosplay and actually met for the first time on a Disney cruise.
"I had planned a Little Mermaid costume to shoot by myself on the ship," Martino said. "When I met Leo, he told me how he always cosplays Prince Eric because he looks a bit like the Disney prince, so we decided to take the photo together."
She added: "We are always finding creative ways to work together, and this project was particularly fun to do."
Martino said people's reactions to their Disney-inspired costumes have been great. "I was blown away by how much people enjoyed it," she said. Her TikTok video featuring the looks has over one million views, and 25,000 likes on Instagram with more than 700 comments.
Martino and Camacho can't wait to dress up as other characters in the near future.
"I am actually a digital artist and I've been working on some incredible photo composition projects where I edit us as characters in the style of movie posters," Camacho told "GMA". "So far I've done Cyberpunk, Zelda, and Star Wars with plans to do other iconic characters like Rapunzel and Flynn!"
Martino has also been working hard on her #CharactersinQuarantine project, for which she recreated Elle Woods from "Legally Blonde" and all the characters from "Sex and the City." Now, she's even working on the characters from the hit show "Friends."