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Inside Out

     ~ Pixar 

I know it's most likely too early to say but I feel like it's not too far-fetched to say that this is probably my favorite Pixar movie. It sounds crazy to say that looking at the backlog with the Toy Story movies and Finding Nemo and the Incredibles but... this one just works so well on every conceivable level. Some of the other movies, I've had my nit-picks with but I still loved and some I thought handled certain areas better then other. Never before have I seen a movie like this where everything was so perfectly balanced and well done. It's unbelievable.

It's well-paced, the script is fantastic, it's beyond imaginative, and it felt fresh and new despite it being proposed as an idea that, on the surface, looks like it had been done before. However, it's so much more then what it looks like on the outside. I remember seeing the trailers for this movie and, while I was interested, Pixar's track record in recent years had me a bit miffed. I was still eager to see it since it was, for once, finally a movie that wasn't another sequel and the trailers did squeeze an ounce of interest out of me enough to take my sister to see it. I remember not knowing what I was going to get when the movie began and I came out of it wanting to see it again. I want to see it again so much. I want the continuing adventures of even. 

It's so refreshing in a sense because it spoke to me so well. I'm not a person whose a stranger to sadness and I tend to get emotional a lot. Watching these emotions try and work their way around this situation was enthralling and by the end, when that twist hit, I was a lit with a glow that I feel like hasn't been within me for a long time.

All your emotions are important and they all serve a function that your body needs in order to get through whatever is ailing it. There's always that stigma of having too much of a good thing and there's plenty of avenues you can take with an idea like that. It takes it's premise and branches out into lessons that have you needing to deal with whatever awful situation your in or to take notice of when a sacrifice is a well and true sacrifice that helped make an ordeal better but also made a strong point about letting things go.

Yeah, I cried like three times during this. One of them wasn't even during the movie proper. There was a really good short that played before the movie called "Lava" about a lonely volcano who sung this really heart-warming, but also really sad song. 

That's the thing about this that works so well. It's funny, it's heart-warming, it's sad, it's happy, it's all of those things and somehow it all works. No one emotion it wants to convey to the audience overrides the other and it makes everything work on a balanced and fundamental level. That way when it needs to make a strong point, it does it and it feels strong.

All the voices were great. Lewis Black as Anger was so well animated. I can't believe how well they got down his mannerisms and the lines he was saying were just so natural sounding. It was amazing. Amy Poehler was great as Joy. The protaginist with the heart of joy, of course drives the movie well. However, my personal favorite character and the true heart of the movie was Sadness, played by Phyllis Smith. I had a feeling I knew what her deal was from the very beginning and I turned out to be right. I resonate with sadness a lot honestly but the great thing about that is that the movie did an excellent job at making me feel okay with that. Literally.

I really hope everyone goes to see it and they give this, who knows how many awards. It deserves your money, it deserves your attention, it deserves whatever good things the world can throw at it. It's fantastic and easily a lot better then the stuff Pixar's been throwing our way recently. Fucking Cars 2...

It's all I can think about right now. Seriously, I can barely remember the last time I felt so positive about a movie that made me feel so good about feeling sad. Too early to tell or not, it's my favorite Pixar movie as of right now. Maybe it'll go up or down but I seriously doubt it. Do yourselves a huge favor and go see it. Pixar's back and it's better then ever. 

To all the people who've watched and to all the people who don't but still view my pictures anyway, Thank you all so very much.

I initially didn't want to start putting my stuff up on Deviantart because I was afraid of a few things. I was certain I wasn't going to be viewed very much and I figured that the ones who did view my page would just be the kind of people who are quick to call people freaks and the like. I'm happy I was pushed by the people over on another site to put up an account here, assured that I had talent and that it was a good idea to branch out with what I could do.

I really am surprised by how much progress I've made regarding the ability to make new stuff. Last year, with Tails the Babysitter, it took me a little over a year to get 10 pages done and colored. Now, it's only taken me about a Month and a half to crank out 21 pages of a new comic. The determination I've had to go forth and find new methods of getting pictures done quicker while still keeping them looking good as well as to improve on what I could do and how I can draw is all thanks to you guys. Every last one of you. 

I'm not rich and I don't have any special program aside from the ones you can use for free so I initially thought only colored pencil drawings were within my reach. But as time went on I expanded and went digital and as I got more used to that I made my pictures look better though I wasn't good enough to get them out in a timely manner. And now, I've finally found a way that I can even do that.

This is really great. As a person who doesn't have much confidence in myself and finds it hard to get out there and do what I need to accomplish my goals, it makes me very happy to know there's so many out there who like what I do and have willingly helped me, whether by commenting or simply looking at my stuff, to improve beyond what I even thought was possible for someone like me.

Things may get a little bumpy as I juggle a lot of things moving forward in real life but always know you all are an important part of this whole system of mine now. So again, thanks to all of you. 

I've got more pictures to draw and more avenues to cross so I'll see you soon. 


Inside Out

     ~ Pixar 

I know it's most likely too early to say but I feel like it's not too far-fetched to say that this is probably my favorite Pixar movie. It sounds crazy to say that looking at the backlog with the Toy Story movies and Finding Nemo and the Incredibles but... this one just works so well on every conceivable level. Some of the other movies, I've had my nit-picks with but I still loved and some I thought handled certain areas better then other. Never before have I seen a movie like this where everything was so perfectly balanced and well done. It's unbelievable.

It's well-paced, the script is fantastic, it's beyond imaginative, and it felt fresh and new despite it being proposed as an idea that, on the surface, looks like it had been done before. However, it's so much more then what it looks like on the outside. I remember seeing the trailers for this movie and, while I was interested, Pixar's track record in recent years had me a bit miffed. I was still eager to see it since it was, for once, finally a movie that wasn't another sequel and the trailers did squeeze an ounce of interest out of me enough to take my sister to see it. I remember not knowing what I was going to get when the movie began and I came out of it wanting to see it again. I want to see it again so much. I want the continuing adventures of even. 

It's so refreshing in a sense because it spoke to me so well. I'm not a person whose a stranger to sadness and I tend to get emotional a lot. Watching these emotions try and work their way around this situation was enthralling and by the end, when that twist hit, I was a lit with a glow that I feel like hasn't been within me for a long time.

All your emotions are important and they all serve a function that your body needs in order to get through whatever is ailing it. There's always that stigma of having too much of a good thing and there's plenty of avenues you can take with an idea like that. It takes it's premise and branches out into lessons that have you needing to deal with whatever awful situation your in or to take notice of when a sacrifice is a well and true sacrifice that helped make an ordeal better but also made a strong point about letting things go.

Yeah, I cried like three times during this. One of them wasn't even during the movie proper. There was a really good short that played before the movie called "Lava" about a lonely volcano who sung this really heart-warming, but also really sad song. 

That's the thing about this that works so well. It's funny, it's heart-warming, it's sad, it's happy, it's all of those things and somehow it all works. No one emotion it wants to convey to the audience overrides the other and it makes everything work on a balanced and fundamental level. That way when it needs to make a strong point, it does it and it feels strong.

All the voices were great. Lewis Black as Anger was so well animated. I can't believe how well they got down his mannerisms and the lines he was saying were just so natural sounding. It was amazing. Amy Poehler was great as Joy. The protaginist with the heart of joy, of course drives the movie well. However, my personal favorite character and the true heart of the movie was Sadness, played by Phyllis Smith. I had a feeling I knew what her deal was from the very beginning and I turned out to be right. I resonate with sadness a lot honestly but the great thing about that is that the movie did an excellent job at making me feel okay with that. Literally.

I really hope everyone goes to see it and they give this, who knows how many awards. It deserves your money, it deserves your attention, it deserves whatever good things the world can throw at it. It's fantastic and easily a lot better then the stuff Pixar's been throwing our way recently. Fucking Cars 2...

It's all I can think about right now. Seriously, I can barely remember the last time I felt so positive about a movie that made me feel so good about feeling sad. Too early to tell or not, it's my favorite Pixar movie as of right now. Maybe it'll go up or down but I seriously doubt it. Do yourselves a huge favor and go see it. Pixar's back and it's better then ever. 

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I like Sonic the Hedgehog and all the stuff he comes with. I'm an anime fan. More so of One Piece and Rave Master than any other.
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keymakernyc Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2015
Footcess 2 by keymakernyc  
Introducing the Footcess.  The Footcess is an instgram foot model from The African Island of Cape Verde.  She has a size 9 foot I know my victims are usually women with size 11,12 or 13 feet but this pretty momma caught my eye and I want to see her cuckooed.

Footcess was getting ready for a cam session with her fans.  Then a sound caught her attention.  She looked in that direction then she was beaned in the head  by a baseball that I hit into her living room. For few seconds it was was lights out for her until the stars came to brighten things up for her.
Footcess by keymakernyc  
She was surrounded by serval stars.
Footcess cuckooed by keymakernyc  
She was motionless for a few moments while the starz danced around her head.   Her eyes started to follow the stars that circled her head this of course made her dizzy and her eyes turned into swirls as this happened.
Footcess swirly eyes by keymakernyc  
She then dropped to her needs and then she was out cold head down with her big ass in the air snoring.
Footcess Ko'd by keymakernyc  
I took this chance to play with her pretty feet.
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keymakernyc Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2015
Jhonni Blaze from VH1's Love and Hip Hop NY was at a recent event takeing pictures.
Jhonni Blaze by keymakernyc  
Then ZOK!!! Things went black.
KO Stars by keymakernyc 
An overhead camera fell on Jhonni Blaze's noggin leaving her unconscious and the crowds looks of concern soon turned into laugher when she started to snore and someone yelled WorldStar.
Jhonni Blaze Cuckooed by keymakernyc  
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GamertheHedgehog Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2015
Hey
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flyscratch Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2015
hey by any chance do you do female wedgies or not?
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SDCharm Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2015
Not by request at least. I've been expanding a lot recently so maybe you'll see some in the future.
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flyscratch Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2015
okay cool cause i wanna see some since sonic survivor island
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miss-ootori Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
YOU'RE BEEN HUGGED!!Lovely Shoujo Emoji (Huggy Hug) [V2] 
Spread the DA love around! (you can copy and paste this message on their userpage!)
RULES:
1- You can hug the person who hugged you!
2- You -MUST- hug 10 other people, at least!
3- You should hug them in public! Paste it on their page!
4- Random hugs are perfectly okay! (and sweet)
5- You should most definitely get started hugging right away!
Send This To All Your Friends, And Me If I Am 1.
If You Get 7 Back You Are Loved!
1-3 you're bad friend
4-6 you're an ok friend
7-9 you're a good friend
10-& Up you're loved
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KentaYumiya Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2015
If your wondering about my uploads they are pictures for a friend. I'll usually upload fan fictions though.
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SolarisDragon Featured By Owner May 27, 2015
YOU'RE BEEN HUGGED!!Cute Foxy and Bonnie Chat Icon 
Spread the DA love around! (you can copy and paste this message on their userpage!)
RULES:
1- You can hug the person who hugged you!
2- You -MUST- hug 10 other people, at least!
3- You should hug them in public! Paste it on their page!
4- Random hugs are perfectly okay! (and sweet)
5- You should most definitely get started hugging right away!
Send This To All Your Friends, And Me If I Am 1.
If You Get 7 Back You Are Loved!
1-3 you're bad friend
4-6 you're an ok friend
7-9 you're a good friend
10-& Up you're loved
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SuperSonicSpiderman Featured By Owner May 21, 2015
simple question, what do you think of guys wearing a skirt?
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