Ernest et Celestine (2012)

We got to watch this in our Introduction to Animation class a couple of weeks ago, and it was so much fun. I adored the minimalist and watercolor look to everything. French animation nailed it once again. 

By the way, around 20 minutes into the film, my friends started giving me weird looks, like they could just tell I was going to get emotionally invested in the brotp. They were right. 

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Anonymous said:
You seem like a very sweet person

You’re a sweet person too, for telling me so! Thank you very much, anon ////

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Never got around to finishing this. Oh well. Grunt is a darling baby anyway. 

Never got around to finishing this. Oh well. Grunt is a darling baby anyway. 

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I missed the flockdraw. How can you be so happy about this?? ;n; 
(also whoops accidentally gave him five fingers)

I missed the flockdraw. How can you be so happy about this?? ;n;
(also whoops accidentally gave him five fingers)

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Anonymous said:
I'm not asking for a request. I'm asking if there are crack ships you wouldn't draw. Because I have one, and I'd draw fanart of it but I can't draw for shit.

Depeeeeends what you mean by crack ship. Icebreaker suddenly stopped being my crack ship like a month ago when I realized that the movies went together pretty well with a bit of AU tweaking. I’m pretty much cool with drawing inside my usual fandoms - you can check my main blog for that.

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I liked your fnaf fan art! And your other art too, especially Ralph and Elsa! I just love your style! Have a great day! :-)

I LOVE YOU TOO THANK YOU FOR THINKING SO

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Because I love ya, Olaf, I insist you run.

Because I love ya, Olaf, I insist you run.

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Umm.

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You heard the lady! It’s okay to reuse some old ideas, as long as you tell the story well. 

You heard the lady! It’s okay to reuse some old ideas, as long as you tell the story well

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forever-tangledup:

closestthingtoanartblog:

Found this in one of my really old drafts. Thought it might interest some of you guys.

The sad thing about this is that Jennifer Lee wrote both of these scripts. No disrespect to her though! Actually, Frozen was a lot different before Jenn came along, and I think that really says something about her capability as a writer. Even if you find a story formula that works, you can’t over-use it, or make it this similar. Because while the movie might make a lot of money, afterwards people start to see the flaws, or notice things like this. I feel like Pixar has certain similar formulas in their movies, but when they make movies like that, they space it out some so it’s harder to pick-up on.

Personally, I see nothing wrong with the script’s similarities. I’ve always seen HTTYD as another Lilo and Stitch (definitely because of Chris Sander’s involvement), but does that stop me from thinking it’s a great movie? Naaah.

If it weren’t for JenLee’s involvement, Frozen wouldn’t have gotten the success it has now! I’m glad that it’s gotten so successful - it gives Disney more money to (preferably) pay more artists to make more good movies. Possibly, it could even fund the WiR sequel (and we can have some decent merch for once PLEASE). Anyway, at the end of the day, Frozen and WiR are clearly two different movies, with different characters, personalities, and motivations all moving it along. 

Honestly, I just put this photoset together because I was interested in thinking up of crossovers. 

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