The Tale Of Mount Everett- Part Ten“Hey, Ernest.” Perry asked as soon as he managed to slip away from Doof. “Where’s the bathroom?”More Like This
“Up the mountain, Perry.” Ernest pointed. “I told you earlier.”
“Is there anything closer than that one?” Perry asked. “I don’t really want to spend the whole time here walking to the bathroom…”
“Well, you can always go in the forest.” Ernest shrugged.
Perry crinkled his nose.
“Oh don’t be such a pup about it.” Ernest rolled his eyes. “It’s not like wild platypuses use restrooms.”
“But… germs.” Perry shuddered.
“Then go up the mountain.” Ernest sighed. “And don’t ask me to come along.”
“I’ll be fine.” Perry grumbled, starting the long trek up the mountain.
“Whoever thought it’d be a smart idea to only build one bathroom in this entire place is an idiot!” Perry grumbled to
Just Say Those Six Words~PhinerbJust Say Those Six WordsMore Like This
"L- looks.. like.. a--" Phineas stuttered. He stared out of the window of the Flynn Fletcher house, shivering. A thunderstorm, seriously? Did it have to be a thunderstorm?
"Speak up, Phineas. Don't be nervous now." Dan Povenmire said as he watched the two boys. "You usually act very well. It's only a camera, Phineas. It's fine."
Phineas sighed, his lip wobbling. "I-I'm not.. nervous." He said, being truthful. "N- not of the cameras.."
He jumped as a crack of lightening shot out from behind him.
Dan didn't catch on to the jump. "Phin. Chill." He said, nodding back toward the cameras.
"Annnnnd action!" There was a yell.
Phineas tried to calm himself down.
"Looks like.." He started off. A groan of thunder sounded loudly. The redhead froze in place, utterly frightened.
"Okay guys." Dan cut in, noticing the state Phineas was in. "C'mon. Take a break." He said and walked off of the set, giving Phineas an edgy glare as he did so.
Phineas sighed and stepped off
Quick mention about the PnF Panel guys!I see a lot of you have finally gotten to see what I designed exactly for Act Your Age Everyone has been getting super hyped up about it.More Like This
However, I'm just going to clear something up for you guys before you get more confused:
This picture here:
Are not the final designs.
These were the ones I designed over three years ago for fun. They asked me if they could use the picture because it had all five of the kids, including Perry in it. It was the last picture I completed of them as teens before I was given the task to design all the characters (and by all I mean all. Every character in the episode excluding the parents, Perry and Doof) were designed by me.
And unless you were at the panel yesterday, you won't see the actual final designs for the four main guys just yet X)
Some have changed excessively, and honestly for the better. And I'm still really proud of the work I could do.
So just a recap, that photo from the con t
ToonZ - A Different Kind of Magic chp1It was like any other day at the Disney Studios for Oswald Rabbit: humans running around, getting things done, creators talking about scenes with their teams and Toons, toons waiting to be told what to do. Being Mickey’s assistant was a crazy job, especially when it came to keeping count of everything, but it was worth it in the end. Since 2006 or so, it had been a norm for Oswald. The upside was that he was welcomed into the craziness of the giant Toon Family, and thankfully, despite his attitude at times, everyone still loved having him.More Like This
Mickey in particular. On days such as this one, the mouse tended to have more than he could chew on, therefore having Oswald there to assist was always a good thing—it gave him less to worry about... at least while hanging around the Television Animation buildings. For a few years now, Mickey and his crew had settled into the TVA buildings around Burbank and Glendale, mostly due to the fact that they showed their presence more on te