Nick and Judy’s hearts pounded as the person on stage opened the envelope.
Cheers and claps erupted from the crown as looks of disbelief came across the pairs faces. Only having 45 seconds, the couple got up headed towards the stage. The announcer handed them each a small golden statue, then moved off to the side so Nick and Judy could speak.
“Well… I….” Nick began “I can’t believe we actually did this, I never thought I’d be standing here today. Thank all of you for this”
The crowd clapped again as Judy lowered the microphone down to her level and spoke.
“It’s such an honor to receive this award, especially with all the other amazing films out there. I’d like to thank everyone who worked on the film, and everyone who supported us. All of you deserve this as much as us”
“Well you can’t have my statue” Nick said, making the crowd laugh.
“We’ll remember this for the rest of our lives, and I hope the rest of you do to”
“Once again, we can’t thank you enough for this”
The crowd continued to cheer as Nick and Judy proceeded back to their seats.
“I can’t believe we won Nick” Judy whispered as the announcer began to talk again. “I hope our friends aren’t mad at us”
“Don’t worry carrots, we won fare and square. We’ve earned these” nick said holding up his statue.
“They’re beautiful” Judy said, looking at her face reflected in the shining gold.
“Not a beautiful as you” Nick said planting a kiss on her cheek.
Judy giggled and blushed. “This is the best day of my life”
“I thought that was the day you met me”
“Ok, today is the second best”
“What about the day I became a police officer”
“Alright then, third best”
“Ok, now your milking it”
Nick laughed, put his arm around Judy, and rested his head on her head.
Nick and Judy cherished these awards greatly, but the thing that would always be the most precious to them, was each other.
Song taken from: “I don’t wanna go to school”- Bill Wurtz
Turns out he’s already too smart to even go to school
I looked through some Zootopia storyboards last week and made this random… piece of animatic with my lil headcanon of Young Nick and Skye (most probably their early teens) playing something dumb, I know Judy won’t approve (she might be that girl that made him stay in school) :P
This animatics was all done last week and I was contemplating so hard wether to post it or not, but you know what… whatever xD Didn’t do the whole song because I can’t think of anymore scenes, sorry.
Disclaimer: this is not discourage for you to not go to school… school is good, but the system may not be
On the other hand, yes, I’ve reused Honey Badger’s beautiful character and made her a cop and Nick’s fellow colleague because I’m an uncreative little fuck and i can’t imagine anyone of Nick’s friends as a cop besides Honey hollaaaaaa
I started to wonder if the idea of Judy practicing taekwondo is also from Juri in <Street Fighter V>?
In order to finish this picture, three sketch was done… I must say Judy is kinda HARD TO DRAW GOOD!!
Speaking of Taekwondo: It is the first martial arts I learnt back when I’m second grade, it was fun and I liked the uniform, but one day when the master was inspecting my “19 steps(?)”, he scolded me that I didn’t show good progress. Back then I have low self-esteem, so I skipped the following class after that… What a shame~
I found out a while ago. My thoughts on this? Well, what do you think? I am, without a doubt, opposed to this. I mean, Zootopia is such a bad movie that I still wonder how it ever became popular in the first place. Do all you fans out there see something that I don’t see? I mean, this movie is just a big thing of discouragement hidden in a shroud of encouragement and it’s not very well hidden, either. And that’s ironic because Disney is all about encouraging people, whether it’s to be true to themselves or to be kind to others, etc. They’re a company dedicated to encouraging people and they released a movie that’s a big mound of discouragement. Combine that with everything I’ve brought up and you have a recipe for one of the worst movies of all time.
As I said before, we may have been spared a worse movie, but the movie we did get was still utter garbage. Zootopia is so bad that I honestly don’t believe it deserves any sort of award. Even a stone award would be offended to lay in the hands of an awful movie like Zootopia. Seriously, I almost feel like I could write a better Zootopia story myself. I’m not saying I will, but if I were to, I would do everything I can to make it nothing like the movie we got. I mean, Judy Hopps would still be a police officer, but that’s about it. Not sure about Nick or the other guys.
Before I go, let me just give a reminder. If you haven’t seen this movie already, do not watch it. Not even if it premieres on Disney Channel.
Things about Quinn Fabray's background roleplayers tend to forget:
Quinn was not born in Lima, OH. As stated in Born This Way, she transferred to Lima after eighth grade. She says that she lived in Fairbrook Township, but was zoned for Bellevue Middle School. Fairbrook Township doesn’t seem to be an actual place in Ohio, and we don’t know whether or not she moved before then, out best guess is to label her birthplace as Bellevue, OH.
On her name change, Quinn only says that she asked her parents to call her Quinn, but since she’s always been officially referred to as Quinn (on her school files, at graduation, etc), I think it’s safe to assume she had her name legally changed by age 14.
She has an older sister named Frannie who was raised with Quinn, but is at an age where she’s married by the time Quinn is in her sophomore year of school (to a man who owns a chain of UPS stores). I always assume she’s at least five to eight years older than her.
She did ballet, gymnastics, and cheerleading in middle school.
While her family is outwardly religious, it’s never explicitly stated what denomination. Most signs point to Catholic, but there’s also hints of Evangelical Protestant. (x)
The gender of the person Russell has an affair with is never disclosed… Food for thought?
It is mentioned that Judy was a prom queen in high school, and the case of tiaras on display indicate that Judy and/or Quinn took part in beauty pageants or debutante balls.
Following the filing of divorce of Quinn’s parents, it seems as if Quinn and Judy won most if not everything following the divorce, judging by the fact that Judy has sole custody of Quinn, they are still living in their house on Dudley Road, and that Quinn still possessed her red Beetle that was indicated that Russell bought for Quinn.
Quinn has shown several signs of body issues and even hints at her having an eating disorder: “Did all the other kids start looking like food right before you fainted? …Been there”, wishing for no stretch marks, getting a nose job at a young age, comments from her mom about calories, drunkenly shouting about how she used to have abs.
Fun fact: She was on the cover of American Cheerleader!