Summary: A uni AU in which Louis has been Harry’s best friend
since he offered him cubed fruit on the playground, and they spend more
time cuddling in their dorm beds than they do apart, but it’s not like
that. Or is it?
Aka Harry pretends to date his best friend to escape unwanted
attention from a too insistent classmate and hopes it won’t blow up in
his face. Featuring embarrassing dildo accidents, awkward boners,
longing, first times, late night conversations, emotional discoveries
and Niall as the exasperated friend with bad advice.
Warnings: Explicit language/content, brief mentions of alcohol and weed
I wanted to practice drawing different faces and, as always, I always use Link as my test dummy for this kind of stuff. I wrote notes for myself on the looks for each Link because I use my own art as a reference (that’s probably a bad idea). I was gonna color this but I decided against it cause I want the Links to look different cause I drew them differently and not cause I color coded them.
“Over the last seven years, Disney/Pixar has ruled the Oscar animation field with nine nominations and five wins. But you’d probably be surprised to learn who comes in second: Not DreamWorks Animation or Illumination or Blue Sky or Laika, but a small, eight-year-old New York-based company called GKIDS.
Since it launched in 2008, the company has landed a startling eight nominations with the kind of films that fly under the radar right up until the moment they’re announced as nominees.
‘Every year it’s amusing to me that our films get nominated and people say, ‘What a surprise!“ GKIDS president Eric Beckman told TheWrap. 'If you watch the movies, it shouldn’t be a surprise.’
'Our whole reason for being as a company is to help expand and elevate the notion of what animation can be,’ Beckman said. 'As wonderful as the Hollywood animated films can be, they’re sort of narrow in their range: They’re mostly CG, PG-rated comedies with big budgets aiming for four-quadrant audiences. And there’s so much more the art form can be.’”
“This spring, Cartoon Network is bringing back the pint-sized Powerpuff Girls for a new season of hard-hitting adventures. Yahoo TV has an exclusive clip from this long-awaited revival, which proves that even after a decade-long retirement, these colorful gals have lost none of their punch.”