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love it,the detail is super impressive..im honestly suprised you are not working for some animation company...
i bet if you continued your craft,you could one day work for disney or dreamworks.
Balto was always a inspiration to me and a love of my childhood.
i actually identify alot with balto being something of an outcast,as i myself had to "lone wolf it" through a good portion of my childhood..granted,for differing reasons.
that and the fact that this had a good message that dealt with something very few childrens animation touched on..
the discomfort and social prejudice that comes from being bi-racial.
Movies from when we were kids focused on teaching life lessons. I feel like movies today focus too much on representation and less on teaching life lessons.
Disney is trying too hard to appeal to everyone....itle be thier downfall.
Can't blame them entirely though what with all these social-political groups strongarming everyone into this fad.
Not to mention projecting fans...i swear all a character has to do is LOOK at somone of the same gender for everyone to hoist the pride flag...you know the absence of a love interest for Elsa led to a petition DEMANDING she have a girlfriend in the next movie?
I feel like Disney is one of the social-political groups doing the strong-arming.
Yeah, I heard about that. Disney caters too much to China, and China hates gay people, so I doubt that'll happen anytime soon. We saw how John Boyega was treated in Rise of Skywalker after China didn't like the fact that a black man had a lead role.