Awe look at the way Donnie kisses Mikey <3
"Aw Mikey, Mikey is a sweetheart of a guy. We all love Mikey"
I had a lot to get off my chest about producing animation on YouTube and why the system now works entirely against animators. If you have 8 minutes, I’d appreciate you hear me out on this one. While I might be fortunate enough to have Grumps to keep me afloat, there’s a lot of other channels that don’t have that same fortune. Give this a share around guys, this is a subject that not many people other than the content creators are aware about.
A great watch. I really hope some new, better avenues open up for web animators.
I always thought the system still revolved around views. That quantity-trumps-quality system is really misguided on YouTube’s part. What about all the music artists on YouTube, too? They work a lot to get the best possible content, which usually clocks in at around 4 minutes. I hope there will be changes that benefit all content creators.
Back to the Ocean.
I really enjoyed this movie.
Beautiful ending to a beautiful movie.
If only he had something to stop sand getting in his eyes
It was such a golden opportunity for a gag where, hey, those goggles he’s had for the entire series, suddenly they come in useful! And they blew it. But the series is awesome anyway.
this gif officially protects your blog.
Have you ever noticed that the DuckTales episode “Allowance Day” and the TaleSpin episode “The Time Bandit” have the exact same plot? The protagonists (Huey, Dewey and Louie/Baloo) trick their superior (Scrooge/Rebecca) into thinking that it’s one day later than it is, so they can get their allowance/pay earlier. However, this lie gets out of hand thanks to their superior’s connections, and winds up irking off a fascist state (Banana Republic/Thembria), almost leading to Scrooge’s/Rebecca’s execution.
This blog post explores the connections between these two episodes.
Happy Shark Week!
If I turned into a shark-man, this would be my reaction too.