whelp I saw this in my old file I never finished it and decided not to color it because I got so much shit to do (couch comic pages and a new project couch) but I wanted to atleast finish the sketches and maybe finish some of the scraped ones as wel l later, anyway
I really loved @enne01 disney princessandthefrog au with the Skeleton characters it inspired me and some time ago I went to Beauty and the Beast Musical with @kamenmango anddd…the rest is history : D
Basically in this parody Sans is Belle, Underfell Papyrus is Gaston, ( i mean come on this is perfect) Underfell Sans is LeFou because only he can enjoy the beatings of GastonPapyus, I first wanted Gaster as Maurice, but I thought it be more cute if UndertalePapyrus was just Sans’s brother who wanted to enter a cooking contest, and then there is Undeswap Sans and Papyrus as
Lumière desinged by @maple-and-pie who also helped me with the parody when we watched the Disney animated version ; D
and I couldn’t decide who the beast would be and thanks to @sweetsinnerchild who made the suggestion it should be Underswapfelll Papyrus, (btw guys check out her page she has many many good froncest fanfics!) (I need to design that beast form one day and finish the other desings of Toriel and Frisk as
Mrs. Potts and Chip
would happen if the frozen action depicted in the Lion Attacking a Dromedary
Before posing that question to school groups, I always ask
for evidence-based observations about what has already happened within the
150-year-old display, which was recently restored and moved to the first floor
of the museum.
come so quickly that they must be sorted into sequence. The dead female lion
attacked first, but she was killed when the man on the camel used a
long-barreled gun to fire a bullet behind her left ear. The man dropped the
single-shot weapon and unsheathed a long curved knife. Just then, the male lion
leapt, clawing its right legs on both the camel and the man in an attempt to
gain enough leverage to snap its powerful jaws on the man’s right arm.
opinions differ about what happens next, with projections frequently couched by
the word “if.” Human and dromedary survival scenarios require the camel to remain
both upright and moving forward, the man to have enough arm strength to push
the knife deep into the lion’s chest, and the knife blade to be long and
flexible enough to reach the heart of the attacking beast.
students seem willing to accept an unresolved outcome. Because their
imaginations have been stimulated by this point in the discussion, I offer one
more exercise—“Look at the leather pouch on the sand below the camel.”
have been observing a diorama that depicts an attack on a camel-mounted
messenger. What message might the pouch contain that would be worth the risk of
lion attack? A declaration of war? A proposal for a treaty or alliance? Maps of
newly explored territory? Today we can instantly send messages across the world
at the click of button. This exhibit is a reminder of how far we have come.
McShea works in the Education and Visitor Experience department of Carnegie
Museum of Natural History. Museum employees are encouraged to blog about their
unique experiences and knowledge gained from working at the museum.
With the snow falling
outside, Magnus was thrilled Alec had come by earlier. Now he had a perfect excuse for keeping
boyfriend in his loft a little while longer.
Not that Alec needed much convincing.
They were curled on the couch, watching Project Runway and basically
dozing in each other’s arms when Magnus had the perfect idea.
“We need hot
chocolate. How do you take yours?” Magnus thought there was only one proper way
to drink it but knew other people had their own (wrong) ideas. Hopefully, Alec knew better.