Go, Read: Reaching My Autistic Son Through Disney
The NY Times just posted a beautifully written article about an autistic boy who slowly learned to interact openly and honestly with his family via the dialogue and facial/body expressions in Disney cartoons.
If you make cartoons, watch cartoons, love cartoons or have ever had even the smallest emotional epiphany due to something you’d seen in a cartoon, I wholeheartedly recommend you read it. The article is adapted from the upcoming book Life, Animated by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist — and father of the titular “son” — Ron Suskind.
WARNING: When you get to the part about “sidekicks,” you WILL tear up.
Alright. Last one. It was a custom kinda day ok?
Here is Eep from the Croods made from a Merida spare I had.
I hope to buy her some material to make her dress more accurate but for now. I have tiger paper so she gets tiger paper dress
Amazon is having a HUGE Joss Whedon sale!
This is my first draw with water color. <3 Epp from the Croods. I like her so much !!
Animated movie soundtracks have more continuity than Glee.
Via Reddit — Two of the most important books in animation:
really enjoyed this film.
Dreamworks fandom: THE CROODS SHOULD HAVE WON AN OSCAR IT ISN’T FAIR STUPID BIASED DISNEY PEOPLE
Frozen fandom: Wow, guys, you’re so worked up. Looks like you should …
Dreamworks fandom: NO
Dreamworks fandom: DON’T YOU DARE
Dreamworks fandom: DON’T SAY IT DON’T YOU DARE SAY IT I AM WARNING YOU SHUT UP DON’T SAY IT
Frozen fandom: just let it go
*Dreamworks fandom flips table over*