Japanese child actress Mana Ashida (little Mako) was embarrassed that she couldn’t pronounce Guillermo Del Toro’s name so he gave her special permission to call him “Totoro-san” instead.
My Neighbor Guillermo Del Toro.
Meetings and separations are part and parcel of living. We don’t always stay with those we were once attached to. But some bonds carry across universes.
Team Doctor Octopus’ second round entry. We did a comic this time. Check it out if you have a minute.
crystalanchrony said: Can I recommend L’Illusioniste to you? It’s a 2011 animated french movie, if you havent seen it, i love it so much, its beautiful *o*
I saw it already! It is one of my favourites! *u*
Anonymous said: hi! What is your favorite animated movie for the moment?
Oh, there is way too many on my list to remember all of them! I mean once I start loving something, I never really stop loving them, so at the moment I love many many animated movies! I enjoyed Dreamworks movies in the past few years (especially Kung Fu Panda and How to train your dragon with all of their sequels + the series are quite okay as well there is to say) A few misteps has been made by this company too, but I dig what they are doing lately.
I also adore The Emperor’s New Groove, Lilo and Stich, Hercules, Beauty and the Beast, Alice in Wonderland, The great mouse detective, Wreck it Ralph, Treasure Planet, Fantasia (1940 but hey 2000 is cool too) also I’m pretty sure I forgot many others
From Pixar I pm dig all of the pixar movies? Except Cars and Planes (Planes is made by Disney, actually). Yeah. Corny and very merchandise based as it is.
I should mentioned Attila Dargay here, who directed many hungarian animated movies, and wich were a big part of my childhood, so they are very kind to me. Béla Ternovszky’s masterpiece Macskafogó shall be listed here too. (Macskafogo had an US release, under the name Cat City (the title should be “Cattrap”, if I wanted to make a direct translate) but I’m not sure if it was only VHS or there were DVD ones too)
Also Richard William’s The Thief and The Cobbler? Thank god, there is an original cut out there, so you don’t have to listen the first corny dub, that was well uh, not really the way, Richard Williams wanted to be.
Also ye should all watch russian cartoons, thus realize how cool the animation is, because yo, it’s really sweet!
And for last, does anime count? Cause then Hayao Miyazaki and Ghibli’s stuff basically. Aaand Mamoru Hosuda’s stuff (Wolf Children, One Piece movie 6)
Oh wait, watch french movies too! No, let me re-phrase it, watch european animated movies too! You’ll miss so many nice stuff, if you don’t!
Lol, this was rather a recommendaton that an actual answer to the question, because I’m a fricking nerd sorry, I’ll shut up for today.
Hey I never got a chance to upload this before, but I tried out for Boom! Studio’s Steven Universe comic forever ago! This was my one-page entry. In retrospect the art is very VERY cluttered, which probably worked against me, but I COLORED IT MYSELF!!! AND WAS VERY PROUD OF THE COLORING!!
Please give your support to the rad dudes whose awesome art and writing landed them this job!! I went to school with both of them! :D
(JUST WANNA REITERATE THAT THIS IS JUST A TEST PAGE AND NOT OFFICIAL COMIC ART)
WOOP! I finished Hiccup’s map. I made a parchment/charcoal/watercolour version of Hiccup’s map :D
And yes, I literally cut out and glued ALL of the corner pieces out. They’re NOT ‘once piece that I painted to look layered’. I cut out EVERY piece. And the only reference I used was the picture of the map in my ‘The Art of How to Train Your Dragon 2’ :)
@dreamadove I’ll work on getting translations out when I have time after my vacation to Colorado is over.
PEPPER ARE YOU OUT OF YOUR DAMN MIND HOW DO YOU DO THESE THINGS?