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Tails the Babysitter! - Page 7 of 10 by SDCharm
Tails the Babysitter! - Page 7 of 10
Next Page: COMING SOON!
Previous Page: PART 6

I've finally discovered the true magic of utilizing layers for coloring. Thank the Gods. Anyway, Tails is in it deep now. He tried his best to hold it in but he obviously couldn't and... well... let a waterfall into his diaper in front of his charges. Now he needs a change. And a paddling according to Jackson too. That hurts just as bad through the diaper too.
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Big Hero 6 

    ~ Walt Disney Pictures

This movie was fucking amazing.

I know that's not exactly the most professional or poignant of beginnings but dammit, I just need to express myself. There's quite a lot to think about when viewing this motion picture as it comes from a very unique breed. Apparently, this was based on an obscure as hell Marvel comic. Yeah. One of the Disney executives (or someone I presume was very high up the food-chain) was just stumbling around Marvel's back-log because they owned Marvel now and "Fuck you" to anyone who says we can't squeeze every last drop out of them because of it.

Eventually he stumbled upon a comic called "Big Hero 6" and from what I can only assume were a wacky series of events and hi-jinks, it eventually became a movie. He had never heard of it before and said it caught his eye initially because "He just liked the name." Can't fault him for that because so did I. Also, there's a manga of it too apparently.

Hiro Hamada is a 14-year-old robotic genius who, like any genius would, says graduated High School and immediately took to doing back alley robot fights. His older brother, Tadashi, is supportive and caring and noticing just how screwed up his brother is decides to take him to the college he goes to where other geniuses get to show off their stuff and their quirky attitudes. He meets his friends GoGo Tomago, Wasabi, Honey Lemon and Fred as well as a personal health-care robot that Tadashi created called Baymax. With friends and "toys" alike that help set the system and will presumably make the already awesome-looking, Japanes-futuristic place of San Fransokyo, even more imaginative and cool for generations to come what could possibly go wrong?

Hiro certainly was taken in by it and decides he needs to get into this college... but uh... it's... not gonna be a good day when the big presentation for his invention comes. 

That aside, the film is gorgeous. It looks great, as expected, but the design itself warrants special attention. It's hard being expressive about how wacky yet imaginative the design of this place is. It gives off an interesting feeling. One that makes you want to go there... but also kind of makes you feel like you've already been around the block. Maybe that's just me.

The themes this movie deals with are where it really hit home too. It's not all mindless comic-book, superhero film slaughter. There's a particularly heavy moment down the line that surprised me intensely when I saw it. There are certain areas people tend to not take the intentions and motivations of their main characters because studios often find things like that risky to most mainstream audiences. This movie says "Fuck it" and does one of the most shocking things I've seen a main character this young do in quite a while. I suppose what interest groups want and fear matters little when you're Disney. You can actually afford to think outside the box and take on more risky and creative projects when you have as much money as they do. 

Apparently Michael Bay still doesn't have enough money to try his hand at that yet though. Hmm...

Well, regardless, this movie was great. I'm glad that Disney's gotten themselves back in the game with their animated features. I love it even more that they're all so diverse. That used to be what I would say about PIXAR. I'm not sure what's going on with them right now but they're doing the "Disney Sequel" thing to a fault. It was great to see a Toy Story 3 but that was under the pretense that they used to have where they only do necessary sequels and Cars 2 was certainly anything but. I can't say it's all bad though. Plenty of people have wanted an Incredibles 2 and Monsters University was pretty good, I felt. 

Though Finding Dory sounds, if anything, like the most unnecessary of the unnecessary.

However, at least my eternal nightmare hasn't happened. They haven't announced Toy Story 4...! WHOO! What a stupid idea that would be after such a perfect ending! Hahaha...haha...ha...

... Yeah, they announced Toy Story 4.

I don't even want to kill myself right now.

Go see Big Hero 6 everyone. 
Tails the Babysitter! - Page 6 of 10 by SDCharm
Tails the Babysitter! - Page 6 of 10
NEXT PAGE - PART 7
PREVIOUS PAGE - PART 5


Alright, here's the next page. Tails was dressed appropriately for the role he's playing as the uh... babysitter of these two kids. I assume. And now he has to pee but apparently it's stuck on there with glue or something. He's stuck now.

As for me, I'm going to be doing an overhaul on how I make these pictures yet again. I need to find a way to get these done quicker. I know that things can be relatively tougher without photoshop or whatever but damn. 
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Okay...so... I don't consider myself a Naruto fan anymore. I didn't for a really, really, really long time yet I still kept up with the series because it really doesn't take much effort to read a chapter of it each week. And if it's bad there was always One Piece to look forward too, which is always good so it never bothered me.

Also, I didn't particularly like the way Naruto ended. Hell, I didn't like the entire final story arc aside from a few choice scenes and battles here and there. The entire premise of the war wasn't very alluring to me. However, the shit-storm mostly comes by with how neatly everything is wrapped up in a bow at the end with everyone marrying and getting weird looking hybrid children.

Whatever though. It's done. It's over. If you liked the ending, more power to you. It's just a work of fiction. And hey, maybe now you'll have some time to check out something even better. I'd be glad to help anyone out with that if they valued my opinion enough.

However, there's always that one corner of any fanbase that's scary no matter how good or bad or predictable or obvious the outcome of a manga is and that's the pairing wars. There's Naruto X Hinata people and there's the Naruto X Sakura people. I don't give a shit about pairing wars obviously. I'm a guy who draws humiliating pictures of video game and anime guys on the internet (Still working on that next page by the way) so I'm not one for it, but I know a lot of people are. That's okay.

Then comes the problem of obsessing over this shit and that's where this nonsense starts. Apparently on the day the final chapters came out there was some heavy traffic on a few forums where the fans of "NaruSaku" (or however the name fusion is supposed to be typed) were just... going crazy for a lack of a better word. Not all of them. There's exceptions to every rule. It's like saying all Sonic fans are angry idiots. I'm a Sonic fan. I'm not an idiot. I admittedly get angry pretty often but I'm no idiot.

That's to be expected though. Their fantasy concerning these two fictional characters didn't come true. Even though, personally, I feel it should have been obvious Naruto was going to end up with Hinata (her character serves no other point really) I can understand being upset... I guess. 

So as an outlet, a considerable number of people who liked that pairing went out and started to do some crazy things. They created this... fan-character on tumblr called Shinachiku Uzamaki and he's apparently supposed to be the son of Naruto and Sakura. He doesn't look much different from Bolt (Boruto) except he's got a different hair-style and his eyes are green... like Sakura's.

Okay so... there's nothing wrong with that... I mean, its fan-fiction. Fan-art. I love that stuff... but then weirder more disgusting shit starts to happen. Apparently they made a facebook page (It's closed down now) that was created with the slogan of wanting to kill Kishimoto. Had almost 200 likes too...

Not enough crazy for you? Well, apparently Kishimoto's assistant was also flooded with tons of tweets demanding an explanation on why he decided to end it the way he did and even demand that he change it.

Now, keep in mind, that these are people who have read the manga before it's been officially released over here in America; which means they're all reading it for free on the internet and yet somehow still feel they were ripped off of something. Maybe if they were people who purchased the DVDs or bought the manga I'd understand it a bit more (The being angry. Not the lashing out.) but even then, do none of them understand just how insane and rapid they're coming off as by doing this?

I see even more now why Oda doesn't bother with romance crap. I thought this was bad when it came to the Inuyasha base but good God.

Bad ending or not, the only thing you really have a right to do is be angry and cope in your own way by writing fanfiction and making fan-art. It isn't license to react like rapid monsters towards the very person you have to thank for creating this series you're so obsessed about in the first place. I guess the mentality here is that "Now that Kishimoto is done with Naruto, he's no longer of use to us."

Cause fuck real living people right? It's all about the fictional characters and your fantasy pairings. Whatever.

I'm still hard at work guys. Just give me a bit more time.


I saw the premiere of this... just now actually. 7 AM is normally way too early and they didn't really have a commercial for it until after it premiered but... I still caught it thanks to the fact that I have work in an hour as of me typing this.

Anyway, I've seen it and I really, really enjoyed it. I had the thing set to record in case I missed something and it turned out to work in my favor since I woke up 10 minutes late. So I ended up watching them out of order. However, the show is episodic so it doesn't matter.

The first one that actually did premiere I think was the better of the two though. "The Sidekick" was specifically about Tails getting injured really badly and Sonic holding auditions for a new sidekick as a means to protect him. Really heart-warming moment from him there. I was surprised when I saw Sonic hug Tails like that. I don't think I've ever seen him do that in any other Sonic media before. Maybe it's happened but I'm drawing a blank. The show's funny too. Thank goodness.

Eggman is top-notch on the funny-scale in my opinion. He's got that extremely violent and hilariously uncaring streak to him. Seriously, when Sonic asks him about Orbot and Cubot's feelings he just replies, "They're robots. They don't have souls!" and I just... he's such an asshole. It's great.

I'm really happy with Amy's portrayal as well. She isn't the drooling fangirl she is in the games but she's still fun and eccentric when she wants to be. She had this whole therapist/peace-keeper thing going on when Eggman was crashing at Sonic and Tails' house and inducing their mass insomnia. 

Not much at all from Knuckles just yet so still waiting on that. Sticks didn't get much air-time either but she's okay from what I saw.

I had fun. Can't wait for more.


Big Hero 6 

    ~ Walt Disney Pictures

This movie was fucking amazing.

I know that's not exactly the most professional or poignant of beginnings but dammit, I just need to express myself. There's quite a lot to think about when viewing this motion picture as it comes from a very unique breed. Apparently, this was based on an obscure as hell Marvel comic. Yeah. One of the Disney executives (or someone I presume was very high up the food-chain) was just stumbling around Marvel's back-log because they owned Marvel now and "Fuck you" to anyone who says we can't squeeze every last drop out of them because of it.

Eventually he stumbled upon a comic called "Big Hero 6" and from what I can only assume were a wacky series of events and hi-jinks, it eventually became a movie. He had never heard of it before and said it caught his eye initially because "He just liked the name." Can't fault him for that because so did I. Also, there's a manga of it too apparently.

Hiro Hamada is a 14-year-old robotic genius who, like any genius would, says graduated High School and immediately took to doing back alley robot fights. His older brother, Tadashi, is supportive and caring and noticing just how screwed up his brother is decides to take him to the college he goes to where other geniuses get to show off their stuff and their quirky attitudes. He meets his friends GoGo Tomago, Wasabi, Honey Lemon and Fred as well as a personal health-care robot that Tadashi created called Baymax. With friends and "toys" alike that help set the system and will presumably make the already awesome-looking, Japanes-futuristic place of San Fransokyo, even more imaginative and cool for generations to come what could possibly go wrong?

Hiro certainly was taken in by it and decides he needs to get into this college... but uh... it's... not gonna be a good day when the big presentation for his invention comes. 

That aside, the film is gorgeous. It looks great, as expected, but the design itself warrants special attention. It's hard being expressive about how wacky yet imaginative the design of this place is. It gives off an interesting feeling. One that makes you want to go there... but also kind of makes you feel like you've already been around the block. Maybe that's just me.

The themes this movie deals with are where it really hit home too. It's not all mindless comic-book, superhero film slaughter. There's a particularly heavy moment down the line that surprised me intensely when I saw it. There are certain areas people tend to not take the intentions and motivations of their main characters because studios often find things like that risky to most mainstream audiences. This movie says "Fuck it" and does one of the most shocking things I've seen a main character this young do in quite a while. I suppose what interest groups want and fear matters little when you're Disney. You can actually afford to think outside the box and take on more risky and creative projects when you have as much money as they do. 

Apparently Michael Bay still doesn't have enough money to try his hand at that yet though. Hmm...

Well, regardless, this movie was great. I'm glad that Disney's gotten themselves back in the game with their animated features. I love it even more that they're all so diverse. That used to be what I would say about PIXAR. I'm not sure what's going on with them right now but they're doing the "Disney Sequel" thing to a fault. It was great to see a Toy Story 3 but that was under the pretense that they used to have where they only do necessary sequels and Cars 2 was certainly anything but. I can't say it's all bad though. Plenty of people have wanted an Incredibles 2 and Monsters University was pretty good, I felt. 

Though Finding Dory sounds, if anything, like the most unnecessary of the unnecessary.

However, at least my eternal nightmare hasn't happened. They haven't announced Toy Story 4...! WHOO! What a stupid idea that would be after such a perfect ending! Hahaha...haha...ha...

... Yeah, they announced Toy Story 4.

I don't even want to kill myself right now.

Go see Big Hero 6 everyone. 

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Question:are you currently taking requests?
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Nope.
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Happy Thanksgiving Buddy!
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Happy Thanksgiving.
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Thank you for the fav
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Oh, you're welcome.
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SmartyMax Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2014
You haven't made any of the girls being humiliated
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SDCharm Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2014
I know. Are you new to this page because I've explained that a while ago. I guess I don't mind providing a refresher.
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SmartyMax Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2014
I haven't gotten the memo.
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SDCharm Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2014
It's nothing complicated. I just prefer doing pictures of the guys. I remember starting this up some time ago and realizing that there were hardly any pictures of the guys in these kinds of situations anywhere. The majority just focus on the females. That's fine. I like female pics too but whenever I get the urge to draw it's mostly for the sake of humiliating the guys. Can't tell you how many "Girls only" people and clubs there are. I'm open to both but I realize that I have preferences too.
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