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Aladdin, Definitely, and Disney: Scott "Hug Honey" Fearichs Following @KaiserNeko Fun fact: I once asked Jeff Goode (creator of Jake Long: American Dragon) at a furry con, "How do you feel about people making lewd art of your characters?" He said, "Oh, Disney sat me down and showed me a bunch of Kim Possible porn and said, 'This will happen to your show." 10:50 PM 26 Oct 2018 19 Retweets 42 Likes t19 42 thedarksideoflimbo Three things I find hilarious about this: 1: Jeff Goode goes to Furry Cons 2: Disney acknowledges and prepares show creators that their show will, most definitely, become porn. 3: Disney has examples on hand of how said show will, most definitely, become porn faeforge Pffft!!!!! Disney doesn't just have examples of said porn!! Ok story time. Yeaaaars ago i dated an animator chick. During that short time together we ran around a lot and met a bunch of industry people in our area One of them used to work for Disney. So we are hanging out at his apartment and conversation being what it is he kinda says "hold on" and goes off to dig in the closet. He comes back and sets down a couple STACKS (and im talking foot high) of printer paper. What followed were a couple hours of hysterical laughing as we paged through "a history of Disney animation- porn edition" See Disney has this weird rule in their artist contracts- everything you create while in their employ is THEIRS. Even in the off time. Its one of the reasons they are reviled in the industry. But the rule was set in place to basically steal good ideas from their staff or force them to ONLY work on Disney ip's while employed.. The jokes on them though. They didn't count on most artists being giant perverts (this story is also why i laugh when people tell me drawing smut will 'ruin your art career') So! Disney being bastards ended up earning them smut of everything they've ever created. And also per their policies they had to keep it. Every artist knew about the smut vault and our buddy here had photocopied a chunk of it. Yes... 2-3 feet of smut was just a chunk of it Snow white? Rescue rangers? Goofy? Minnie? Micky? Beauty and the beast? Aladdin? Yup you name it it was there. Some of it was mild. The topless little mermaid stuff made sense at least. Some was raunchy as hell. ALL OF IT in the animation style of the films and shows. So yes, not only does Disney know there will be porn, have the porn, but they official porn You're welcome Source: maswartz 41 Tumblr Posts That Are Made To Improve Your Mood – Sarcasm
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Aladdin, Definitely, and Disney: Scott "Hug Honey" Fearichs Fun fact: I once asked Jeff Goode (creator of Jake Long: American Dragon) at a furry con, "How do you feel about people making lewd art of your characters?" He said, "Oh, Disney sat me down and showed me a bunch of Kim Possible porn and said, 'This will happen to your show. 10-50 PM 26 Oct 2018 19 Retweets 42 Likes (e e'。叭魁 D ( ) Three things I find hilarious about this: 1: Jeff Goode goes to Furry Cons 2: Disney acknowledges and prepares show creators that their show will, most definitely, become porn. 3: Disney has examples on hand of how said show will, most definitely become porn. faeforge Pmtilll Disney doesn't just have examples of said pornl! Ok story time. Yeaaaars ago i dated an animator chick. During that short time together we ran around a lot and met a bunch of industry people in our area One of them used to work for Disney, So we are hanging out at his apartment and conversation being what it is he kinda says "hold on and goes off to dig in the closet. He comes back and sets down a couple STACKS (and im talking foot high) of printer paper. What followed were a couple hours of hysterical laughing as we paged through a history of Disney animation- porn edition See Disney has this weird rule in their artist contracts- everything you create while in their employ is THEIRS. Even in the off time. Its one of the reasons they are reviled in the industry But the rule was set in place to basically steal good ideas from their staff or force them to ONLY work on Disney ip's while employed. The jokes on them though. They didn't count on most artists being giant perverts (this story is also why i laugh when people tell me drawing smut will 'ruin your art career) Sol Disney being bastards ended up earning them smut of everything they've ever created. And also per their policies they had to keep it. Every artist knew about the smut vaulad our buddy here had photocopieda chunk of it. Yes... 2-3 feet of smut was just a chunk of it. Snow white? Rescue rangers? Goofy? Minnie? Micky? Beauty and the beast? Aladdin? Yup you name it it was there. Some of it was mild. The topless little mermaid stuff made sense at least. Some was raunchy as hell ALL OF IT in the animation style of the films and shows. So yes, not only does Disney know there will be porn, have the porn, but they official porn. You're welcome. Source: maswartz rg3ef tg5yhb645rvtctghyygtfrgt5hy6ujio7m6u5yntrdfdx
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Aladdin, Definitely, and Disney: Scott "Hug Honey" Fearichs Fun fact: I once asked Jeff Goode (creator of Jake Long: American Dragon) at a furry con, "How do you feel about people making lewcd art of your characters?" He said, "Oh, Disney sat me down and showed me a bunch of Kim Possible porn and said, This will happen to your show. 050 PM-26 201 thedarksideoflim Theee things find hilanious about this 1 Jef Goode goes to Furry Cons 2 Disney acknowledges and prepares show creators that their show will, most definidely, become pon 3 Disney has examples on hand of how said show will, most definitely, become pom Disney doesot just have examples of said pom Ok story time. Yeaaaars ago i dated an animator chick During that short time together we ran around a lot and met a bunch of industry people in our area One of them used to work for Disney So we are hanging out at his apartment and conversation being what it is he kinda says hold on and goes of to dig in the closet He comes back and sets down a couple STACKS (and im talking foot high) of printe paper What followed were a couple hours of hysterical laughing as we paged theough a history of Disney animation pom edition" See Disney has this weird rule in their artist contracts everything you create while in their employ is THEIRS Even in the of time. its one of the reasons they are rewled ih the industry But the rule was set in place to basically steal good ideas from their staf or force them to ONLY work on Disney ip's while employed The jokes on them though. They didn't count on most atists being giant perverts tell me drawing smut will ruin your at caee his story is also why i laugh when people Sol Disney being bastards ended up eaning them smut of everything they ve ever created And also per their policies they had to keep it Every artist knew about the smut vault and our buddy here had photocopied a chunk of it Yes 2-3 feet of smut was just a chunk of it Snow white? Rescue rangers? Goofy? Minnie? Micky? Beauty and the beast? Aladdin? Yup you name it it was there Some of t was mild The topless little memaid stuf made sense at least. Some was raunchy as hell ALL OF I7 in the animation style of the fims and shows So yes, not only does Disney know there will be pom, have the pom, but they official pom You're welcome gagzilla.info 65 Friday Funny Pictures
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Aladdin, Definitely, and Disney: Scott "Hug Honey" Fearichs @KaiserNeko Following Fun fact: I once asked Jeff Goode (creator of Jake Long: American Dragon) at a furry con, "How do you feel about people making lewd art of your characters?" He said, "Oh, Disney sat me down and showed me a bunch of Kim Possible porn and said, 'This will happen to your show." 10:50 PM-26 Oct 2018 19 Retweets 42 Likes thedarksideoflimbo Three things l find hilarious about this 1:Jeff Goode goes to Furry Cons 2: Disney acknowledges and prepares show creators that their show will, most definitely, become porn 3: Disney has examples on hand of how said show will, most definitely become porn faeforge Disney doesn't just have examples of said porn! Ok story time. Yeaaaars ago i dated an animator chick. During that short time together we ran around a lot and met a bunch of industry people in our area One of them used to work for Disney. So we are hanging out at his apartment and conversation being what it is he kinda says "hold on" and goes off to dig in the closet. He comes back and sets down a couple STACKS (and im talking foot high) of printer paper What followed were a couple hours of hysterical laughing as we paged through "a history of Disney animation- porn edition" See Disney has this weird rule in their artist contracts- everything you create while in their employ is THEIRS. Even in the off time. Its one of the reasons they are reviled in the industry. But the rule was set in place to basically steal good ideas from their staff or force them to ONLY work on Disney ip's while employed The jokes on them though. They didn't count on most artists being giant perverts (this story is also why i laugh when people tell me drawing smut will ruin your art career') So! Disney being bastards ended up earning them smut of everything they've ever created. And also per their policies they had to keep it. Every artist knew about the smut vault and our buddy here had photocopied a chunk of it. Yes... 2-3 feet of smut was just a chunk of it Snow white? Rescue rangers? Goofy? Minnie? Micky? Beauty and the beast? Aladdin? Yup you name it it was there. Some of it was mild. The topless little mermaid stuff made sense at least. Some was raunchy as hel ALL OF IT in the animation style of the films and shows So yes, not only does Disney know there will be porn, have the porn, but they official porn You're welcome Source: maswartz Rule 34 is a universal constant
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Bad, Chucky, and Dude: on chuckie kimi il Tomm Dil himi An Chuckie Tommy Lit Phil <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://celestedoodles.tumblr.com/post/133490644960">celestedoodles</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://wnyc.tumblr.com/post/133465664478">wnyc</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>A former <i>Rugrats</i> animator (and present-day <i>Studio 360 </i>staffer) got sick of seeing the internet mock-up modern-day versions of the kids (the first two images), so he went and did it himself (the third image). <br/><br/>Read his rant: </p> <p><a href="http://bit.ly/1OQfqlZ">http://bit.ly/1OQfqlZ</a><br/></p> </blockquote> <blockquote><p>” Full disclosure: I have something at stake here. I worked as a storyboard artist for the animation studio Klasky Csupo from 1999 to 2002, drawing “The Rugrats,” “The Wild Thornberrys,” “Rocket Power,” and the woefully underrated gem “<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6z9bVpa3BA">As Told By Ginger</a>.” <br/></p></blockquote> <p>What’s at stake? Have you hired any of these artists to work on a variation of Rugrats? </p> <p>The artists cited here grew up as fans of the show and felt like spending some time “fondly remembering” (the reprehensible behavior of ours you cited) the cartoon we liked so much by reinterpreting it through our own artistic lens. Me? I like fashion illustration. That’s what I like to do for fun. I didn’t ask Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Nylon, The Guardian, etc. to pick up my drawings and I certainly didn’t show up at your door and demand you accept my little drawings as your new look. What I drew resonated with people my age and I think that’s nice (the stories I came up with resonated as well, like how I imagined Chucky overcoming anxiety and depression through the art of slam poetry, but i guess to you that gets categorized as “self-confident hipsters” and I guess being self confident is bad??). What you worked on resonated with people, as evidenced by all the fan art and fond re-imaginings. I guess, though, that pisses you off? This rant operates as though we’ve all been hired by a studio to design and animate a new Rugrats show but you need to step back and see that this whole thing boils down to you being mad that young people on the internet had fun appreciating something you worked on decades ago. How terrible.</p> <p>Do you need to be coddled right now? Do I need to remind you there are seasons and seasons of the show you worked on? Funded by major animation studios? And movies? And spin off series? With tons of merchandise? And my drawings are like, “let’s spend a few minutes looking at what the Rugrats characters might look like if they were young people out walking in the streets.” Does that make you feel better? </p> <p>So throwing a temper tantrum and publicly blasting fans of a cartoon you worked on is your mode of operation. Okay. If it interests you to know how others respond I’m happy to share that Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons, is the one who saw my little grown up drawings and liked them enough to show them to Craig Bartlett, the creator of Hey Arnold. He sent me a really nice message saying he loved the drawings and was so pleased to see young fans grow up to carry on the love for the characters in their own way. I mean, you do you, but maybe consider protecting the legacy of your work by not bitterly picking on young people who do things for fun online. </p> </blockquote> <p>Imagine getting this pissy because someone experimented with art style. They’re cartoon characters my dude go outside.</p>

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Big Dick, Tumblr, and Work: <p><a href="http://gothseparatism.tumblr.com/post/171868720483/dykeboots-fortooate-car0den-fortooate-i" class="tumblr_blog">gothseparatism</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://dykeboots.tumblr.com/post/171866798164/fortooate-car0den-fortooate-i-am-so-fuking" class="tumblr_blog">dykeboots</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://fortooate.tumblr.com/post/171856038144" class="tumblr_blog">fortooate</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://car0den.tumblr.com/post/171855164753/fortooate-i-am-so-fuking-happy-about-luigi" class="tumblr_blog">car0den</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://fortooate.tumblr.com/post/171854980234" class="tumblr_blog">fortooate</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>i am so fuking happy about luigi tennis</p></blockquote> <p> does Luigi have a big dick I can’t tell <br/></p> </blockquote> <p>that’s the beauty part</p> <figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="463" data-orig-width="540"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/36ff48ee8e7b8c159f70a2a8fd0fa033/tumblr_inline_p5kgixjwYt1r0z785_540.png" data-orig-height="463" data-orig-width="540"/></figure><p>some rough work reveals that luigi may be close to four inches flaccid, although this is <b>a)</b> simply one interpretation of which way his dick is resting,<b> b)</b> therefore is merely an educated guess as to length, <b>c)</b> does not account for any level of partial erection, &amp; <b>d)</b> reveals little to nothing about his erect measurement</p> <p>what we do know, however, is that luigi has a dick. and that? that’s great.</p> </blockquote> <p>mark I’m coming to confiscate your computer</p> </blockquote> <p>don’t censor him</p> </blockquote> <p>Some animator deadass took the time to animate a dick bulge for Luigi. It’s time for Japan to be stopped.</p>
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Crazy, Disney, and Facts: When making The Incredibles, director Brad Bird intentionally used artists who were likely to either quit or be fired from Pixar, because he believed only they could create everything that he needed Ultrafacts.tumblr.com haleykynz: poppypng: fearsome-fandoms: arseniccupcakes: rootbeersweetheart: ultrafacts: Brad Bird told The McKinsey Quarterly in 2008, “The Incredibles was everything that computer-generated animation had trouble doing. It had human characters. It had hair. It had fire. It had a massive number of sets. The technical team took one look and thought, ‘This will take ten years and cost $500 million. How are we possibly going to do this?’ “So I said, ‘Give us the black sheep. I want artists who are frustrated. I want ones who have another way of doing things that nobody’s listening to. Give us all the guys who are probably headed out the door’. A lot of them were malcontents because they saw different ways of doing things, but there was little opportunity to try them, since the established way was working very, very well. “We gave the black sheep a chance to prove their theories, and we changed the way a number of things are done here (at Pixar). For less money per minute than was spent on the previous film, Finding Nemo, we did a movie that had three times the number of sets and had everything that was hard to do. All this because the heads of Pixar gave us leave to try crazy ideas. [x] (Fact Source) Follow Ultrafacts for more facts Brad Bird, please take over Disney save us all Brad He also voiced edna mode in the movie because nobody else could get what they had in mind for her right. He did the same thing with his first feature film, “The Iron Giant” most of the people who worked on the film were inexperienced but Brad gave them a chance, he’s a great director (and animator) An icon

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Crazy, Disney, and Facts: When making The Incredibles, director Brad Bird intentionally used artists who were likely to either quit or be fired from Pixar, because he believed only they could create everything that he needed Ultrafacts.tumblr.com poppypng: fearsome-fandoms: arseniccupcakes: rootbeersweetheart: ultrafacts: Brad Bird told The McKinsey Quarterly in 2008, “The Incredibles was everything that computer-generated animation had trouble doing. It had human characters. It had hair. It had fire. It had a massive number of sets. The technical team took one look and thought, ‘This will take ten years and cost $500 million. How are we possibly going to do this?’ “So I said, ‘Give us the black sheep. I want artists who are frustrated. I want ones who have another way of doing things that nobody’s listening to. Give us all the guys who are probably headed out the door’. A lot of them were malcontents because they saw different ways of doing things, but there was little opportunity to try them, since the established way was working very, very well. “We gave the black sheep a chance to prove their theories, and we changed the way a number of things are done here (at Pixar). For less money per minute than was spent on the previous film, Finding Nemo, we did a movie that had three times the number of sets and had everything that was hard to do. All this because the heads of Pixar gave us leave to try crazy ideas. [x] (Fact Source) Follow Ultrafacts for more facts Brad Bird, please take over Disney save us all Brad He also voiced edna mode in the movie because nobody else could get what they had in mind for her right. He did the same thing with his first feature film, “The Iron Giant” most of the people who worked on the film were inexperienced but Brad gave them a chance, he’s a great director (and animator)

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Crazy, Disney, and Facts: When making The Incredibles, director Brad Bird intentionally used artists who were likely to either quit or be fired from Pixar, because he believed only they could create everything that he needed Ultrafacts.tumblr.com <p><a href="https://poppypng.tumblr.com/post/169550950636/fearsome-fandoms-arseniccupcakes" class="tumblr_blog">poppypng</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://fearsome-fandoms.tumblr.com/post/127092245973">fearsome-fandoms</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://arseniccupcakes.tumblr.com/post/120745404571">arseniccupcakes</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://rootbeersweetheart.tumblr.com/post/120710579944">rootbeersweetheart</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://ultrafacts.tumblr.com/post/120200406039">ultrafacts</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Brad Bird told The McKinsey Quarterly in 2008, “The Incredibles was everything that computer-generated animation had trouble doing. It had human characters. It had hair. It had fire. It had a massive number of sets. The technical team took one look and thought, ‘This will take ten years and cost $500 million. How are we possibly going to do this?’</p> <p><b>“So I said, ‘Give us the black sheep. I want artists who are frustrated. I want ones who have another way of doing things that nobody’s listening to. Give us all the guys who are probably headed out the door’. A lot of them were malcontents because they saw different ways of doing things, but there was little opportunity to try them, since the established way was working very, very well.</b></p> <p>“We gave the black sheep a chance to prove their theories, and we changed the way a number of things are done here (at Pixar). For less money per minute than was spent on the previous film, Finding Nemo, we did a movie that had three times the number of sets and had everything that was hard to do. All this because the heads of Pixar gave us leave to try crazy ideas. <b><a href="http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/animation-anecdotes-212/">[x]</a></b></p> <p> <a href="http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/animation-anecdotes-212/">(Fact Source)</a> Follow <a href="http://ultrafacts.tumblr.com/"><b>Ultrafacts</b></a> for more facts <br/></p> </blockquote> <p>Brad Bird, please take over Disney</p> </blockquote> <p>save us all Brad</p> </blockquote> <p>He also voiced edna mode in the movie because nobody else could get what they had in mind for her right.<br/></p> </blockquote> <p>He did the same thing with his first feature film, “The Iron Giant” most of the people who worked on the film were inexperienced but Brad gave them a chance, he’s a great director (and animator)</p> </blockquote>

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Crazy, Disney, and Facts: When making The Incredibles, director Brad Bird intentionally used artists who were likely to either quit or be fired from Pixar, because he believed only they could create everything that he needed Ultrafacts.tumblr.com poppypng: fearsome-fandoms: arseniccupcakes: rootbeersweetheart: ultrafacts: Brad Bird told The McKinsey Quarterly in 2008, “The Incredibles was everything that computer-generated animation had trouble doing. It had human characters. It had hair. It had fire. It had a massive number of sets. The technical team took one look and thought, ‘This will take ten years and cost $500 million. How are we possibly going to do this?’ “So I said, ‘Give us the black sheep. I want artists who are frustrated. I want ones who have another way of doing things that nobody’s listening to. Give us all the guys who are probably headed out the door’. A lot of them were malcontents because they saw different ways of doing things, but there was little opportunity to try them, since the established way was working very, very well. “We gave the black sheep a chance to prove their theories, and we changed the way a number of things are done here (at Pixar). For less money per minute than was spent on the previous film, Finding Nemo, we did a movie that had three times the number of sets and had everything that was hard to do. All this because the heads of Pixar gave us leave to try crazy ideas. [x] (Fact Source) Follow Ultrafacts for more facts Brad Bird, please take over Disney save us all Brad He also voiced edna mode in the movie because nobody else could get what they had in mind for her right. He did the same thing with his first feature film, “The Iron Giant” most of the people who worked on the film were inexperienced but Brad gave them a chance, he’s a great director (and animator)

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