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Better Than I by unicorn-skydancer08, visual art

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Mom and Dad by unicorn-skydancer08, visual art

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You Raise Me Up by unicorn-skydancer08, visual art

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Artist // Hobbyist // Traditional Art
My Bio
:bulletpurple: Born and raised Utah girl

:bulletblue: Lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

:bulletgreen: Certified chocoholic and French fry addict

:bulletyellow: Aspiring writer and artist

:bulletorange: Terence's creator/slave driver

:bulletred: 68% dreamy, 16% artistic, 14% caring and 2% crazy

Favourite Visual Artist
Anything that appeals to my eye.
Favourite Movies
Just about anything involving Disney or fantasy, especially unicorns.
Favourite TV Shows
The cartoons of my youth.
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
*NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, Celine Dion, Phil Collins, Josh Groban, anything that sounds good to my ears.
Favourite Books
The Last Unicorn, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Hobbit, most fantasy books.
Favourite Writers
Bruce Coville, Peter S. Beagle, Lurlene McDaniel, William Shakespeare, J.K. Rowling (to an extent)
Favourite Games
Anything Nintendo. I'll play any game featuring Mario or Donkey Kong.
Favourite Gaming Platform
Tools of the Trade
Pencil and pen, with Photoshop
Other Interests
Writing, reading, art, music, baking, just about anything that's creative.
The King and Queen of Foyle, the allies of the Lactantiuses, the parents of Mason, Erica, and Peter...and the least deserving of all three titles. In a way, Marlon Pascal Wiles and Adela Callidora Buchanan Wiles are an odd source of comic relief. They're extremely sarcastic, so hammy and cheesy you could make them both into a sandwich and serve them with chips. On the other hand, they also do some deeply hurtful things and don't (appear to) care about the damage they bring about; they somehow assume their royal title is the equivalent of a moral emancipation. Furthermore, they're surprisingly sympathetic when you look at them closely enough. Within a relatively short time, you understand they both have ample potential to be better than they are, and they're not so brainless as they are woefully stubborn and conceited. If you thought Prince Tyrell had a bad ego, he sort of has the excuse of being younger; he's only 24. Adela and Marlon, having lived considerably longer, have far
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The idea of an entire family of fauns was so fascinating that I just couldn't pass it up. Since I've already made a list of tropes for Malachi and his son Caleb, I'll just mention the rest of the Windwillows here. To keep the record straight: Malachi is married to Joanna. Joanna is an only child, and her mother, Gertrude, is the only living grandparent on both sides. Gertrude is the extremely proud grandmother of Caleb, Sam, Mara, and Jonathan, in that order. For now, Jonathan is the only one of Malachi's children who's married, to an orphaned and dirt-poor but lovely and sweet-natured doe named Herminia. They have no children of their own, but then they haven't been married for a full year yet. On the side, Malachi has a big sister, Tamara, who's single and childless, and a little brother, Jubal, who's married to Rhoda and has one son, Fritz. The Windwillows are very close to the royal Lactantiuses; they're essentially family, despite the obvious differences in species.
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Lara never knew her grandparents, and she wouldn't have gotten along with them so great if she had, at least on her father's side. I can't make up my mind what her mother's side should be like, and I don't want to overdo it with the characters, so I'm just making Leann the "last survivor" of her family and neither she nor Tad have any siblings. Tad's parents were Heber and Miriam Brennan, and they were among the better part of the middle class. They were lucky enough to strike up a friendship with the royal Lactantiuses...or, rather, their misfit son was lucky enough to befriend Prince Romulus (and, to a certain extent, Prince Tallis), so they themselves became friends of the King and Queen by proxy. They would do absolutely anything to maintain this friendship and to "look good" in the public's eye, even at the cost of basic human decency. Right up until they took their final breaths, they only ever gave a darn about themselves. You could say they represent what would have
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Which underrated Disney movie would you like to see a sequel to? And by that I mean a theatrical sequel like Rescuers Down Under and Frozen 2, not some cheap direct-to-video cash grab.

I would love to see the sequel to Hunchback of Notre Dame redone. I would keep Madelline but make the story a lot more dramatic and less cheesy. The animation would definitely be bumped up a few notches and Sarousch would be much more sinister.

Personally, I think Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 was totally unnecessary. The first movie ended on a perfect note, and by making a sequel they only cheapened its message: that you don't need to get the girl to find happiness.

Now one movie I would love to see a sequel to is Oliver & Company. At least that movie had an ending that left things open for future stories to be told. I would love to see some new characters like an adult cat that befriends Oliver, some exploration into Jenny and her relationship with her parents, and a new villain that's just as, if not more threatening than Sykes. (Maybe make him as bad as Frollo)

It wasn't the worst sequel (I reserve that "honor" for Mulan 2) but it had nowhere near as much heart and soul as the original.

That's the thing that really bugs me about the sequels: they all have potential to be good, but the people try to push them out so fast that the quality really gets knocked down a lot of pegs.

I think Bambi 2 is the all-time best because that one was made with more time, love, and money, and it actually contributed to the original movie.

Happy Belated B-day! Oh, and have you thought writing a Christmas Novel About the origins of Santa Claus?

Just a little bit. Why do you ask?

Just Curious. That's All