You’re okay Anna, I’ve got you.
sketch to film ft. anna and elsa pt. 1
These are the original final sketches that made it into the animation drawn digitally by John Ripa. I thought it would cool to make a frame by frame parallel using this and the movie.
i think we all know this one person…
i have a few friends who tend to say these things, and it makes me think, if they’re so skinny and somehow “see” themselves as fat, what do they see when they look at me? how disgusting do they think I am? because I actually am fat, It’s not just me feeling my thighs are huge, they are huge, for real,
do you ever get bored on the internet so you go on the internet
just fucking draw. don’t compare yourself to other people, don’t stop because you drew a lot last tuesday and you haven’t visibly improved. it takes time, effort, and a lot of perseverance. besides, no matter how “bad” you think you are, there’s still gonna be someone who thinks the stuff you produce is the best goddamn thing they’ve ever seen in their entire life. the artist you were five years ago would have their mind fucking blown by the artist you are today. so just draw a fuckton, because every new thing you draw is one drawing better than you were before.
Batman by Benny Kusnoto
My friend is giving away this cute husky, I took him without any hesitation!
Late Summer Skies 1 by (Martyn)
I’ve never understood the stereotype that women are more likely to faint at blood
I mean seriously
what do you think we do every month
THEY WEREN’T SUPPOSED TO KNOW ABOUT THE WEREWOLF THING
AWH COME ON GUYS THAT WAS A SECRET FOR A REASON
I guess we have to come clean about the cult sacrafices too huh
Well now we do
Seinfeld (1989-1998), created by Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld
There’s a lot of people who refuse to give in to the genius that is Seinfeld. They complain about the whitewashing (they have a right), they complain about neuroticism (they have a right), they complain about the complaining (for real though, they do). But when you boil it down, Seinfeld not only set the standard for modern television and modern sitcoms, but it took the torch from I Love Lucy and All in the Family. It had every kind of comedy you could want (sight-gags, physical comedy, situational comedy, punchlines, catchphrases, sexual, etc.) and Larry David and his slew of writers really knew how to experiment with the form of the 23 minute episode.
They established the formula for the 2-2-1. Think about most modern sitcoms, if there’s not specifically five characters (How I Met Your Mother) there are specifically five characters involved in the three main stories of the episode (Modern Family). Usually Jerry would accompany George, Kramer would get mixed up in something with Newman, and then Elaine would go on her own. Or Jerry and Elaine would have a story, George would fight with his parents and Kramer would be on his own. Seinfeld let that fifth slot sit like a revolving door, and it proved a wonderful trick, no other sitcom can even compare when it comes to recurring characters. The closest we’ll get to Newman, Putty, Uncle Leo, Tim Watley, and the like is probably Little Sebastian from Parks & Rec. If you don’t like the fact that “nothing” is happening, maybe you need to pay a little bit more attention.
And further than that, Seinfeld pushed more buttons than people give it credit. So many hail South Park and the Simpsons for their satire - but Seinfeld was right there with them, especially in episodes such as “the Contest”, “the Outing”, and “the Boyfriend”. It really was perfect television and I can’t wait for it come out on Blu Ray.