dimespin replied to your post: okay, I’m done watching A Monster In Paris, and my…
I agree, I liked the movie for the songs really, and I really liked Francour and Emile somewhat (and yeah the monkey) it just seemed like they wanted to tell a lot of stories, so instead of one good one we got 5 “eh” ones jumbled together
Yeah! They could have had just… had a one main plot and a subplot or whatever, sigh. It’s not like it’s an intricate mystery story or anything! You can tell where there were different writers with their own ideas of progressing the plot and characterisation and not quite getting there. And it’s sad that all of the characters are kind of flat, I wanted to like them, but either they’re not explored properly or they make inexplicable decisions (who the hell is responsible for the writing of Lucille?) and it’s just. Blah, more focus would have been great!
Woo, reference sheet for Hearth. Hearth’s personality is an enormous counterpoint to his bizarre appearance. He’s the straight man or comic foil to Wax, or even to himself, since he can manage that duality between sensibility and absurd just by getting a look at himself.
man I love Hearth. ; v ;
Very strange things I say on Livestream while I’m drawing and painting, the sequel.
why DimeSpin is amazing
I compiled some of my livestream shenanigans into a convenient video so everyone can hear the strange things I say while I’m arting.
haha how did I miss this