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Slowly wrestling my way through Sylvia’s page. So very hard to pin her down in certain angles or even keeping her design consistent. Even while I’m doing lineart, I keep fiddling with the rough sketches. There’s also me fretting about her outfit, her head shape, basic anatomy, her bridle, aaaaaah.

It’s funny how I immediately knew what I wanted Human Wander to look like and yet I’ve been stumped on Sylvia all week. I’ve got whole pages full of concept Sylvias where I play with her face. This here is just a taste of what I have scrapped so far.image

Filed under woy sylvia wander disney human sylvia gijinka my art wander over yonder

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Tal thanks you for finding interest in this humble little blog and for all your patience with me.
I know I’m not the most coherent or involved fan, so I’m surprised and touched that people still follow me regardless.
Thank You.

Tal thanks you for finding interest in this humble little blog and for all your patience with me.

I know I’m not the most coherent or involved fan, so I’m surprised and touched that people still follow me regardless.

Thank You.

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Have a bunch of space cowboy doodles. I apologize beforehand for icky colors.
My Human Wander is basically what you get when you put Jack McBrayer in all his chinless glory, Wander’s hairy spoon design, a dash of The Two Man Gentleman Band’s pre war inspired fashion, and The Man with No Name’s poncho into a blender and vomited onto a canvas. 
And the reason why middle Wander is suddenly left handed is because I’m so used to drawing Muppets playing instruments left handed and now I’m stuck with drawing left handed instruments on default. Feel free to laugh at me.

Have a bunch of space cowboy doodles. I apologize beforehand for icky colors.

My Human Wander is basically what you get when you put Jack McBrayer in all his chinless glory, Wander’s hairy spoon design, a dash of The Two Man Gentleman Band’s pre war inspired fashion, and The Man with No Name’s poncho into a blender and vomited onto a canvas. 

And the reason why middle Wander is suddenly left handed is because I’m so used to drawing Muppets playing instruments left handed and now I’m stuck with drawing left handed instruments on default. Feel free to laugh at me.

Filed under wander over yonder woy wander jack mcbrayer kenneth parcell 30 rock

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theroyalprincesscandyheart:

I can’t help but notice that the planet from “The Fugitives” doesn’t seem to be a hellhole, which is what usually happens when the evil overlord takes over. It makes me wonder if Hater is actually competent at managing his empire. Of course what happened to Bingleborp is a whole different story.

Did Lord Hater take over though? Maybe it was a neutral planet like Sweden? We’ve seen that there is some form of law in the galaxy and as seen when Commander Peepers gets ticketed for speeding in the Prisoner, not even Evil Overlords are exempt from certain rules.

It felt more like a hub/spaceport planet, not significantly ruled by any one life form. Kinda like Mos Eisley on Tattooine or New York City or any big bustling port city. 

I gather it’s a lot harder to control a planet where thousands upon thousands of aliens and goods commute to and fro every day compared to a planet where the population is insular. 

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Anonymous asked: Between Hopper, Syndrome and waternoose, who do you think is the most vile villain out of the three?

autumnnprincess:

Oh man… That’s a very good question, which I actually haven’t thought about before. Hmm…

Hopper…kinda reminds me of Hitler, at least a little, or other leaders who’s oppressed entire groups of people. There’s something about the way he treats the ants which gives me such associations.
Hopper is also mean to the other grasshoppers, at least that’s what I recall - didn’t he bury some of them in corn from that dispenser?
And towards the end of the movie, when he beats Flik up - that scene really got to me as a kid. I think it was the first time I saw a character in a children’s movie take a beating of that sort, and it certainly made a strong impression on me.

Syndrome, umm… He wants to be a hero. Kinda. His intentions aren’t to hurt any bystanders, right? Sure, he kills superheroes (and don’t get me wrong, that’s horrible of course), but…his intentions are to save people..? (Though some people must have gotten hurt as his robot destroyed the city). Not to mention that he tried to kidnap Jack-Jack. That’s pretty darn evil too.
But overall, Syndrome wants people to look up to him. Sorta like Randall in MI, actually - he’s sick of being a nobody, and is willing to do whatever it takes to become number one.
He’s vile, sure, and he’s evil - but I must say, I think Hopper is worse.

And Waternoose… Urgh. Well… His intention is to save his company. After all, it has “been in the family for generations”, and of course he doesn’t want to be remembered as “the weak link”. Who’d want that?
What he does…isn’t good. At all. But at least he didn’t kill anyone? Sure, who knows what could have been if his plan had gone as planned and they’d actually gotten to kidnap lots of kids and use the scream extractor on them, but in the actual movie he didn’t kill anyone. Thankfully.
I personally see Waternoose as the main villain in MI, but I don’t think he’s as bad as the two villains in your ask, anon.

So to answer your question:
These three are all bad, vile and evil. But if I have to pick one, I’d go for Hopper, actually. Note that I haven’t seen ‘A Bug’s Life’ in a while, so I could change my mind, but for now, he’s my choice.

Waternoose and Syndrome’s stories seem to be starting out with good intentions that went horribly twisted and wrong. 

From what I gathered in Waternoose’s story, he wasn’t just trying to save a dying company because it was in his family but because shutting it down would put so many of his employees out of work and there was already a scream shortage. If his company goes, the other scream providing companies won’t be able to keep up with demand and the monster world would slowly creep into a dark age.

As for Syndrome, his beef is that his dream was to be a hero, to be just like Mr. Incredible, but is betrayed when he believes that Mr. Incredible rejected him solely because he was a non super, that without powers he couldn’t be a hero, couldn’t be special. That misguided bitterness grows into an obsession to prove him and the rest of the supers wrong: Non supers are just as capable and with technology, no one will need supers anymore. Being a hero was a short term goal for him, a way to live out his childhood fantasy, but in the end he intended to make sure no one needed to call for a hero anymore, not when they can fix the problem themselves. In his twisted mind, he was getting back at the wrongs done against him and making it right.

Hopper, right from the get go, is a bully. He enjoys seeing others cower in fear, enjoys power and making people bend to his will, and absolutely has no scruples in killing people to make an example out of them. There is no benevolence, no misguided effort that drives him to do these things, only simply greed and scornful pride. Hopper does not even need the ants, the grasshopper are not unable to provide for themselves. He oppresses the ants because they were too dumb and too afraid of bigger monsters to say no and seeing them as easy prey, forced them under his heel with little care and no remorse. There is nothing redeeming about Hopper.

I think it says a lot that the evillest villain in Pixar history is a small greedy grasshopper. 

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gabs-sam:

Fhfif -Via Craig McCracken Twitter

OMG!!! we need more ot this!!! Draw more of this with WANDER!!!!

Headcanon: Wander and Sylvia both have extremely high tolerance for booze. This leads to Wander excitedly joining in on drinking games and ending up the last guy standing, completely coherent, and smiling like he hadn’t gone through a whole bottle of vodka.

(This headcanon is also partly inspired by Kenneth the Page and his inability to get drunk due to having alcohol since he was a baby and Jack Mcbrayer at a charity pledging to drink a shot of vodka for every $25,000 that’s been donated. The charity ends with over $420,000, and Jack being quite adorably drunk.)

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W for Wander

Recently reread V for Vendetta and somehow my thoughts lead me to Wander over Yonder and now I’m craving a crossover/AU/parallel of Wander Over Yonder with V for Vendetta because dammit it sorta fits.

I find it funny that in a way, according to the definition of the word, Wander is an anarchist. And Hater and his propaganda would heavily insist that because his passive refusal to give in to conformity and blatant “attacks” on the Hater empire, he therefore classifies as a “terrorist”. 

I just really like the idea of Wander somehow getting a hold onto the Hater broadcasting system (completely by accident he insists) and using the time to have a heart to heart chat with Hater’s people that’s meant as friendly encouraging advice and ends up mistaken as a call for revolution from an infamous political terrorist.

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thexth:

Jack McBrayer’s messages on Conan’s wall at The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien

Even his handwriting’s adorable.
I will also forever love his friendship with Conan.

thexth:

Jack McBrayer’s messages on Conan’s wall at The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien

Even his handwriting’s adorable.

I will also forever love his friendship with Conan.

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http://thexth.tumblr.com/post/41891649019/i-didnt-see-everyones-last-scene-i-definitely

thexth:

I didn’t see everyone’s last scene. I definitely remember mine. It was a moment where all the writers came down from their room, along with the crew, and gave me a little farewell. At that moment, you’re expected to give a little speech but I was crying and acting all embarrassing. It was a…

For some odd reason I really liked Jack talking about his free haircuts. Just the idea of Kenneth destined from the very beginning to be different by way of not ever changing, even with something small like a haircut.