I was whisking some eggs, and I suddenly thought of the Honey Bunny song, so you know I had to look the cartoon up on the interwebs.
T. N. Honey fan art from your classic Strawberry Shortcake, a more obscure character but I find her the most appealing. She talks in a cliche cockney accent and does science or whatever and is dressed not so feminine, instant favorite. I meant to draw her like 2 years ago. This version has super long hair, but I did a shorter hair one too I might color…in another 2 years.
This is KILLING ME! I heard this Gospel song on the radio Sunday. I know the first twenty seconds and the part they sing at 3:26 is from an old song from the 80s or something, but I can’t think of the name of the song or who it’s by. Don’t you hate it when that happens?
The rest of the background music sounds kinda like “Every Breath You Take”. It’s like an 80s mashup.
I was feeling bad about not posting anything to my channel in so long, a year, so I thought of the simplest idea I had in the past and never started and it was this. I’m doing the whole intro and I’m doing it in clean color. This is just what I accomplished last night.
Chibi lego scribble, cuz they were gonna be Powerpuff style and then I said nah. I never really drew Legos as Legos but I have done a bit of Alpha Team and Time Cruisers pics in the past.
I didn’t realize this was out already. Of course it’s sold out and even more expensive anywhere else. I’ve been a Simpsons fan since I was younger than Lisa. I’ve got most of the season dvds and some random merchandise, but I dunno if it’s worth 200 dollars. I mean, the rooms in the house are so small they are barely accurate. Although the fact that you get the house, 1 of 2 cars, and the whole family in one set is pretty awesome. I guess I won’t bother, especially since I still have my old Simpsons toys from 1990.
I also still have my old Ninja Turtles. Michelangelo in a clown costume? Donatello in a basketball uniform? I don’t think they’ll be making that kind of stuff anymore.
Knuckles, what happened? You gotta lay off the steroids, man. I don’t care for it. It’s like when they changed Vector from lanky to bulky, accept the change to Knuckles is just for this game, I assume. Or maybe it’s more like what they did to Cyborg for the Teen Titans cartoon or Panthro in the newer Thundercats.Tails looks great though. Sonic, neutral, but wait, blue arms? Amy, I don’t care.
There needs to be a fan art of him saying “Knuckles Smash!” and destroying things while all the tiny little normal sized Sonic characters run away in horror. Someone get on that.
Notice how in games and toons muscular/bulky guys are always very tall, but in real life they’re all sizes.
My sis is the lego maniac in the house whilst I sort of fell off of it around middle school, but I decided to go see the movie late this morning anyway.
It started out kinda hyper active but once it’s time to fight the bad guys it slows down a bit. So yeah, Will Ferrell’s in it, in more ways than one. Tons of lego references, recognizable minifigs, and whatnot. While I would say Wreck it Ralph was 50 percent about video games the Lego movie is 98 percent about legos.
While I’m a Batman fangirl, I even wore my Batman hoodie to the movie, I didn’t love his portrayal here. I get that he was playing the role of the cool guy whose a little bit of a jerk, and fortunately they didn’t make him too unlikeable. I also thought Emmett’s coworkers were kinda harsh on him. Unikitty was giving me too much of a pony vibe. The DC heroes were surprisingly easy for the bad guys to catch. I think that bothered me the most, but given the reveal at the end, I suppose anything goes.
The movie was definitely for kids as opposed to a family movie. The humor was too silly for my taste, even though I’m used to a level of Lego silliness from the video game cut scenes. The funnier parts to me were how the figures and some of the objects moved, like the horse slowly trotting in. As for the near ending, while it did make sense I would have preferred they kept the whole movie on a lego scale. There’s just something so sappy about bringing the idea closer to home, especially when there’s a kid involved.
Overall it was okay. Visually I really liked it. Story-wise cliche. Reference to lego in real life-wise, that’s pretty much your movie. A little cheesy towards the end. Silly but not that funny. It does make me want figs of the two main characters and the pirate, so I guess the movie succeeded.