just havin’ a good ol fashioned pines family smile dip trip (plus soos)
yarrrrg this is really late but happy belated birthday mark and thanks for the cookies awwye
hahh the vast majority of this was made with this song on repeat
the future is in the past guys, remember that
Here’s my 2nd year Calarts film!
10 May 2013 @ 11:18AM /
TAGGED AS: wonderful! video short films
also i was looking for gravity falls on watchcartoon and
me too, gravity falls
10 May 2013 @ 10:09AM /
TAGGED AS: gravity falls
I told you I was going to make these thank-you cards for my professors and so I did.
This was something I thought about while watching the episode and it can definitely be seen that way. The beauty of this show is how many levels it works on and the different ways people can perceive the episodes, but I think some fans have become too prone to seeing episodes of Adventure Time as some sort of secret message from the creators regarding fan culture. The audience for this show is broad, covering a wider age range than most shows, and it’s important to remember that that a large part of that audience is children. Smart as they can be, children react best to simpler, more didactic stories and sometimes Adventure Time makes that its main focus. James Baxter could have been a metaphor for how the show found its footing and wants fans to be inspired by it without copying it, but I think it was probably intended to be a variation on the “be yourself” message, and that’s okay. Not every episode can be “All The Little People.”
I feel like this is a very underrated scene in Pokemon
OMG THIS IS AMZING THANKS!!!!!!!!! :D
That sounds like a fantastic episode! I love how this series shows both sides of Bubblegum’s life, as a ruler and as a young woman, and how those roles can easily get thrown out of balance, often due to her own ambitions. I’m surprised that Peppermint Butler is the one setting her up on a date because he doesn’t seem that proactively thoughtful, but I’m glad to see more of their interactions, especially if we can see something behind the closed doors of the palace.