is it weird that my brain doesn’t think frames as individual drawings even if they are? I always think them as “frames” as in they’re part of something so they have a different value than a finished drawing. But technically they are?? I don’t know but this kinda helps me a lot whenever I have to animate something. It seems less stressful.
about 5 yrs ago there was this fresh new show, had some great ideas. the premise goes, Magical Characters From All Your Favourite Fairytales Get Dropped Into Our Horrible, Horrible World. where they get no happy endings (because apparently happy endings begin and end with meeting your Intended Mate but w/e noI’mnotsaltyatallhbu)
Frame is looking for her family. She lost them a long time ago. The only thing Frame has to find them is the photo, she leaves unique footprints so she can retrace her steps.
The Property of Hate is an awsome webcomic. @modmad, you’re a unique and awsome person. Love you!
Personally, I love it when classic literature is reimagined in different settings. West Side Story is Romeo and Juliet, 10 Things I Hate About You is The Taming of the Shrew, Clueless is Emma, and now MacFrensky is, well, MacBeth.
At the school carnival, Muffy convinces Francine to have their fortunes told by Prunella. Prunella makes her fortune based on the objects closest in proximity and tells Francine that she will have lunch with a stranger. “Stranger? I don’t know any strangers!” exclaims Francine. That’s sort of the point, kid.
Arthur and Buster enter the tent to ask if anyone wants to get lunch. Muffy gets excited and points out how Prunella’s prediction came true. Francine reminds Muffy that they already know Buster. “There’s no one stranger than Buster!” jokes Muffy.
Ratburn’s Student of the Month competition is coming to a close. So far, Francine is in the lead! Ratburn finally announces the special prize: lunch with local weatherman Thunder MacDuff! He also adds that the winner can invite a friend along. Muffy and Francine get excited because this has to be the fortune Prunella was talking about.
However, Brain comes in late and explains to Mr. Ratburn that he was helping another teacher change her tire and then he had to turn in a wallet to lost and found. He also turns in his science project a week early! Ratburn is impressed and moves Brain to the lead for Student of the Month.
I hope he verified Brain’s stories because what if Brain just rolled around in the mud for a couple minutes to cover up the fact that he overslept.
Because they are masochists, Muffy and Francine decide to drown their sorrows at the ice cream shop owned by their nemesis. Arthur and Buster are also there to show of Buster’s new toy. Brain admires the toy and Muffy gets an evil, awful idea. She suggests to Francine that they frame Brain for stealing the toy in front of Mr. Ratburn to knock him out of the running for Student of the Month. Francine is reluctant because she doesn’t want to steal Buster’s toy but Muffy convinces her that they’re just “moving” the toy and Buster will get it back and they will get their prize lunch back too.
Muffy distracts the boys by convincing them to go to class early, which gives Francine plenty of time to grab the toy. It squirts out green goo when she grabs it but no one notices Francine secretly stuff the toy into Brain’s bag. Muffy sets off the toy and Ratburn docks Brain points for interrupting class and stealing a classmate’s belongings. Since it’s the last day of the month, Francine wins the lunch with Thunder MacDuff instead of Brain.
Nevertheless, Francine is paranoid that they are going to get caught so Muffy takes her to see Prunella again. Prunella tells them that Francine will be Student of the Month until “the moon is swallowed”. Since that’s physically impossible, Muffy assures Francine they are in the clear.
Buster and Arthur don’t think Brain would have stolen the toy and think someone framed him. Now Francine and Muffy have to figure out how to deal with those two! Muffy suggests that they frame the two for cheating so no one will believe them if they accuse Francine.
Francine plants cheat sheets on their desks before lunch but in the cafeteria, Muffy sees Buster eat a whole moon cake in one swallow. Muffy realizes that Prunella’s fortune has come true and Francine, wracked with guilt, confesses to Mr. Ratburn what she and Muffy have done.
Ratburn strips Francine of her title and sentences both girls to cleaning up litter after school. Brain is awarded Student of the Month and he generously allows Muffy to be his plus one to the lunch meeting. Francine has learned her lesson and is no longer MacFrensky.
Grade: A (Love love LOVE the MacBeth parallels. Seriously, watch the episode and see how many references you can catch. I also love how Muffy gives Francine ideas on how to commit the crimes but when the girls discuss getting punished, she tries to distance herself. Thankfully, Francine calls her out on that shit. This gets major points taken off because Muffy got away scot free (hehe get it? ‘Scot free’? Like The Scottish Play?) and didn’t seem to learn a lesson.) But damn, Muffy had plans for how to frame people already up her sleeve. That was kinda scary.
Rating: 100% intense. Shakespeare references are intense.
Sehun wants to ask you (his crush) to go out with him, but he is shy and there is another guy trying to get you, but the guy is an asshole. Type: Angst, Fluff Members: Sehun x Reader Length: 1,054 words
- Admin Mocha
Sehun felt like he couldn’t breathe as he finally worked up the courage to approach the table you were currently seated at, and it felt like a swarm of butterflies had decided to take refuge in his stomach without his permission whatsoever. His feet continued to take you forward despite the fact his brain was screaming at his muscles to stop moving, and by this point it felt as though he was in a trance. The male felt almost absent from his brain as your frame came closer and closer into view, and he simply couldn’t stop himself from clearing his throat and beginning to recite the words he had practically memroized by this point.
It had all started when he was forced to go to the library and research a topic for one of his papers. Normally he wasn’t really into the huge buildings filled to the brim with books just because they were crowded and buzzing with stressed students, however it wasn’t like he was able to find the history of Robert Frost anywhere else. He honestly had no idea where the computers were and how he could hunt down a book filled with poetry, however when a librarian came to his aid and began to show him around, he froze as his eyes landed on you.
Here is your first look at my performance at Brain Frame 16 last month. Thanks to Chad Nannenga for the music and Lyra Hill for inviting us to perform! More documentation is forthcoming, so keep your eyes peeled.