what you need to know about face characters at disney world
what if we just created a fandom for a tv show that doesn’t exist and we build it up really big and make a ton of inside jokes until the internet just accepts it as a real show and it starts getting included in polls and gets it’s own imdb page and a group of outsiders go crazy trying to find dl links
please watch this video please watch this video please watch this video please watch this entire fucking god damn video
this is the most illegal thing i’ve seen in the entire history of wrestling
I can’t focus I can’t feel i need to fucking think
halloweenie isabelle i loaf you
weh ok I don’t usually do readmores but I just
whAT THE HECK HAPPENED TO MY 3DS SCREEN
it looks like you spilled something inside it???
ouch, if that was the case then put it in a bag of dry rice for the night, but it looks more like it was cracked??
shit you’re right it looks crack, did you snap it too hard?
Apparently the inner screen cracked. Looks like I can’t do anything now except send it for repairs..
“How do I write a cartoon script?”
“I do great voices. Can I be a cartoon voice actor?”
“How do I get Pendleton Ward to pay attention to me?!”
As you can imagine, Frederator gets a lot of questions. A lot. And, most of them have to do with entering the animation industry. We try very hard to reply to the bulk of them, though in busy times we’ve been known to drop the ball.
So, we put our heads together (clunk!) and decided to start a tumblr series to answer your most frequently asked questions about the cartoon and animation industry. Frederator Studios presents: How To Make Cartoons FAQs will be a irregularly published series that try to give you the clearest explanations we have to everything you always wanted to know.
By the way, we have no idea how to get Pen to pay attention to you. He won’t even talk to us on most days.
This should be great. Eric has given me some good advice a few times and Fred always has some fantastic wisdom. Last time I talked to him, I was having trouble working with an idea for a cartoon to make it more of a one-off short than part of a series. Like I felt the way I was writing it, you had to know the characters already so it was hard for the idea to stand alone. And I wish I could give an exact quote on all of what he said to me, but he began with, “How long was it before you saw the very first Bugs Bunny cartoon?” and I think that says enough right there. The point being, it didn’t matter which one you saw when. Bugs Bunny was such a versatile and universal character that each short stood on its own; you didn’t need to know anything about him or his history. And just that got the wheels turning for me. So I don’t think you necessarily even have to tell someone what to do to help them out, but just get them thinking on the right track.
whenever i get online i make it a point check my friend’s social networks to see what they’ve been posting, what they’ve been into, how their day has been, and just checking up on to see how they are
and sometimes i sit and wonder if they do the same thing for me