Veggie Animals: A Recipe For DisasterVeggie AnimalsVeggie Animals: A Recipe For Disaster by Cave-Cat-87
Episode 41: A Recipe For Disaster
A Lesson in The Dangers of Greed
[It is once again another nice Spring day in Pinnacle Forest. At the home of Berle the
Sapsucker, Berle is doing some thinking to himself.]
Berle: Hmmmmmmmm, now let me see here. It's getting to be that time of year again, so
maybe this time, I'll be able to prepare my patented Cinnamon Honey Pies. I don't think
I ever showed the Veggie Animals my Cinnamon Honey Pies, and I bet that they would just
[After making this decision, Berle is then hard at work, as he collects all of the ingredients
necessary for making his Cinnamon Honey Pies, such as sugar, flour, eggs, butter, milk, honey,
and cinnamon. After getting the ingredients needed for the pies, Berle is then hard at work
as he starts to make a large quantity of pies all by himself for the rest of the Veggie Animals.
While working, Aristotle then flies over in
Welcome 2016Wow, It's 10:50 PM where i'm at, and I've only got an Hour until the New Year comes, Let's Hope It's a Good one, without any Fear at All.
But Let's Look Back at the Great Animated Movies and Cartoons that I've Discovered that Really made this Year Possible...
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water - I don't know what Mairead does not see in this Film, but I enjoyed it anyways. Me and My Dad saw this movie on a Wednesday, and the Theater Lobby was Under Construction, and the Place was a-Little quiet. For the Film, It was Good to see Celmation on the Big Screen again, and the CGI/Live-Action parts didn't show up until the Climax Parts, Ha Ha! Plus the Film had All the Animation Techniques I know, In which I thought my Friend Ms. Emily(MacaroniandSqueeze) would enjoy, including Computer Animation, Stop-Motion Animation, Puppetry, Live-Action, Flash Animation, with Tra
Movie Reviews: A Christmas Story
Title: A Christmas Story
Peter Billingsley as Ralphie Parker
Jean Shepherd as Adult Ralphie (narration)
Ian Petrella as Randy Parker
Melinda Dillon as Mrs. Parker
Darren McGavin as Mr. Parker
Scott Schwartz as Flick
R.D Robb as Schwartz
Zack Ward as Scut Farkus
Yano Anaya as Grover Dill
Tedde Moore as Miss Shields
Jeff Gillen as Santa Claus (at the mall)
Distributed by: Metro Goldwyn Mayer
Directed by: Bob Clark
Country: United States
Year of Release: 1983
Synopsis: The story revolves around a 9 year old kid named Ralphie Parker, who wants only one thing for Christmas; a BB gun with a compass in the stock and a sundial. However, the kid's wish is rejected by his mother, his teacher Miss Shields, a jester and a witch, and even a mall Santa Claus, who all give him the same warning; “You’ll shoot your eye out, kid!” Finally, when Chris
The Future Is Here
30 years ago today, an incredible film known as Back to the Future was a big hit when it was released to theaters. On July 3rd, 1985, it took cinema by storm, and it proved to be a highly successful franchise. It is by far one of the best works given to us by Robert Zemeckis. But aside from its epic plot and storyline, excellent cast of actors, great dialogue, and unforgettable moments that have long since been imprinted into our minds as fans, what is it that made Back to the Future so special to so many people of the previous generation? Well, that's what I'm going to have a look at right now. The first movie ended on a cliffhanger with Doctor Brown, Marty, and Jennifer traveling 30 years into the future from 1985 to 2015. Thankfully, since the first movie was so popular and successful, it was backed up by two official sequels. But the second film is perhaps the most remembered of the two sequels that were made. And for a very spesific
The Real Ghostbusters
Hey, this is MDTartist83, and welcome to another retro TV review by yours truly. Since it’s the month of Halloween already, I thought I’d take this time to go over a subject I feel is perfectly appropriate for the Halloween season. Once again, viewers, let’s travel back in time to the 1980s, a time when animated cartoons were original and creative, and were not afraid to travel into darker territory. Now, as I’ve said in many of my past reviews, the 80s was a mystical decade. And for a lot of people it is considered to be one of the best eras for animation and general entertainment. While some people argue that it was a cheesy decade, I think it’s only fair to say that it was a time that like
In every period in history, there has been many different TV series. As I have said in many of my previous reviews, I have seen TONS of different TV shows in my youth. And even in this time and age, many of the TV shows that are still remembered to this day continue to play a huge role in our lives, even as we age. Once again, let’s journey all the way back to 1983, the year of my birth. In the past I’ve covered titles like He-Man and Golgo 13: The Professional. But there is one show that I still remember today that I didn’t consider covering until just now. And you guessed it; today’s subject is “Inspector Gadget”. Created Andy Heyward, Jean Chalopin, and Bruno Bianchi, Inspector Gadget was an American/French/Canadian animated cartoon that
A HaVTitH Global Adventure ideaBeing a multicultural learner, I thought of a HaVTitH Global Adventure, the cast of HaVTitH are lead to different places around the world and are introduced to different cultures from each country from Brazil, Mexico, Tahiti, Peru, France, Italy, United Kingdom (England and Scotland), Ireland, Japan, Kenya, Australia, Thailand, Philippines and other countries. Along the way, they learn each culture from one to another and they learned a lesson about learning new things.
VEGGIETEENS Animatic!Check it out! This will probably be the closest we'll get to any sort of moving pictures of the Veggie Teens. A big shoutout to my pals :iconveggiefangirl: and :iconPolka-Dotted-Pony: For all the help with the story. you guys are amazing and wonderful.
Also, all the voices were done by myself. heheheheh...yeah I suck at guy voices.
Look at my third HaVTitH storyboard projectLook at this third storyboard colored project, "HaVTitH: I'm singing I Cast All My Cares Upon You" and I work hard on it about 8 or 9 hours for me to draw myself in different profile angles, different expressions and views and make some things move like they are animated. I also practiced my singing voice until I show it to both Laramie aka veggiefangirl and Rachel aka Polka-Dotted-Pony on video chat and they like my singing voice which they find it pretty. I felt like they told me that there is nothing to be afraid of and never listen to those rude people who said insults about my singing voice because if they do, that's their problems so I don't need to listen to them and it was better for negative, insult comments to be removed.
Forgive me about my singing voice and some of them are off-key or something. Everybody make mistakes and it was hard to control my voice which that's all the best I can. My voice is just the way it was that I was born with before