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Popping the Question by HectorNY
Popping the Question
A lot has happened with Foxy Fred and Shiruba. They have been together a lot more than they have imagined and it even reached a point in which Fred was able to show Shiruba pictures of what he used to look like before his transformation. But a big moment finally came as Foxy Fred brings forth a ring and pops the question to Shiruba. Surprised and elated by this, Shiruba only one answer for Fred: Yes.
Another Surveyor by HectorNY
Another Surveyor
At another vantage point where Sly Cooper was another individual looks at what before him.

"Hmm. This area certain has quite a variety. I see a couple of formidable fortresses, a cavern and a cabin. I also see mutant wolves and not so friendly looking ponies at well. But I do sense the Triforce and it seems to be coming from that Fortress. I must check and make sure that it's safe in there."
Getting A Drill by HectorNY
Getting A Drill
Stryperio and Kuro to another area where a rather large vehicle sits.

Stryperio: Sometimes you may be required to operate some rather large vehicles like the Ironstar. Or something like this.

Sushanna: What is this monster?

Kuro: This is a Drill Tank. It was used in World War II when the brave defenders of the Bastogne are under intense German bombardment, compounded by the mobility of the Sturmspinne mobile artillery. They need a way to sally forth to get supplies, but they are completely blocked in.

The answer came when an 8-wheeled German armored scout was captured, at the same time a set of rock grinders intended to dig railway tunnels was found in a railway storehouse. Adding a rather large drill with counter-rotating grinder, the Drill Tank is credited with helping the Allies withstand the siege.

Today it can can be used for Excavations or if you need something that can take down the wall.

Sushanna: Amazing. Will I be driving one of these?

Stryperio: Only if it's needed. We have something else you have to see.

Sushanna: Lead the way.

Krystal Model by :iconcharleyfox: and :LDragon:

Driver's Challenge by HectorNY
Driver's Challenge
Yes, such a sign exists.

Oliver (c) Disney

Zorua(c) Nintendo

Bonnie (Bokko) (c) Tezuka
The Magic of the Melody by HectorNY
The Magic of the Melody
Somewhere in an unknown grasslands, a young elven girl play a tune on her ocarina as she relaxes. The melody of the music can be heard for miles and those who listen are enchanted by the beauty of the song. As she sits quietly playing, she thinks of another who she hopes will see again. Only time will tell if she him again. But until then, all she will do is play and hope that he will hear her song again.

Big Hero 6 - Give it the Oscar.

Fri Nov 7, 2014, 5:21 PM

Disney’s delightful computer-generated film “Big Hero 6” is set in San Fransokyo, and as that hybrid name suggests, the movie exists in an anime- and manga-influenced world, merging the U.S. and Japan. The film’s hero is Hiro Hamada (voice of Ryan Potter), and the story, attributed to six writers and based on a 1998 Marvel comic book, begins with little brother Hiro being persuaded by big brother Tadashi (Daniel Henney), whose parents are dead and who live with their sweetly ditsy Aunt Cass (Maya Rudolph), to enroll in “nerd school” university to use his genius for building robots.

Essentially, the story teams brilliant misfit Hiro and Baymax (Scott Adsit), a comically benevolent health-care ’bot invented by Tadashi. Hiro dismissively describes the oversized and inflatable Baymax as “a walking marshmallow.” After a disastrous fire at the university, Hiro, Baymax and four young robot experts Hiro has “upgraded” with superpowers team up to fight a supervillain in a kabuki mask, who is using mini-bots invented by Hiro to destroy San Fransokyo and rule the world.

Baymax’s upgrades are carbon fiber armor to contain his marshmallow-y body, wings and a jet-powered thunder fist. The “upgraded” teen super­heroes are cycling buff Go Go Tomago (Jamie Chung), Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodriguez), laser-handed Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.) and fire-breathing weirdo Fred (T.J. Miller), and while their dork-squad super­powers aren’t very impressive, their chemistry and comic timing are. Hiro’s reproduced-in-bulk mini-bots behave like tiny building blocks that can assume any shape or form. The masked supervillain bestrides them, using his mind to guide their cascading, wavelike movements and shapes.

I know it doesn’t sound like much, granted, especially in this age of superhero-movie glut. But the tentaclelike visuals are apt and the fun is in the details. Directors Don Hall (“Winnie the Pooh”) and Chris Williams (“Bolt”) do a fine job of making “Big Hero 6” seem more like a smart and even hip Pixar film than a by-the-numbers Disney release. The secret is to glue everything together with tremendous wit and heart a la Pixar’s “The Incredibles.”

Although I was not quite sure what Honey Lemon’s superpower was (liquid styrofoam?), in one funny scene, Baymax scans an excitable Hiro and comes to the unavoidable diagnosis: “puberty.” I find 3-D glasses absurdly redundant and cumbersome when I am looking at 3-D CG images (wise up, Disney), but “Big Hero 6” is a lot of fun.

Until now, I had picked "The Lego Movie" is take next year's Oscar for Best Animated film but "big Hero 6" does things that eclipse the film. And by all means, stay for the credits for a nice surprise at the end.

On a scale of 1 - 10, "Big Hero 6" is a 9.8.

  • Mood: Satisfied
  • Listening to: Peter Cetera
  • Reading: Nothing
  • Watching: This Screen
  • Playing: Nothing
  • Eating: Nothing
  • Drinking: Pepsi


Hector Montalvo
Artist | Hobbyist
United States
As you can see, I enjoy baseball, as well as cartooning and music. I do tend to put all three together in fan fictions that I write. Right now I'm in the middle of writing one. Whether I post it here remains to be seen.

Current Residence: New York, NY
Favourite genre of music: Classic Rock
Operating System: Windows 8
Favourite cartoon character: Too many to list starting with Kimba

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nerosupercandyman Featured By Owner 4 days ago  New member Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for the llama! ^^
HectorNY Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist
You're welcome.
nerosupercandyman Featured By Owner 4 days ago  New member Hobbyist Photographer
AshWolf-Forever Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional General Artist…
Since you like Oliver and Company. :)
HectorNY Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist
Tito always did stole the movie.
AshWolf-Forever Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Professional General Artist
Thanks. Well, I thought of the combo since I first heard the song.
AshWolf-Forever Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Professional General Artist… I'm aware this might not be to your taste, but its my main project so I'm sharing.
HectorNY Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist
It has the look of a good fantasy story from reading the first chapter. I'm afraid I'm among those who don't believe the Nala-Scar theory.
AshWolf-Forever Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thank you very much. Yeah I know. Bumble's just weird that way. It's not a major plot point. Its mostly the story of how I write and how a character finds his way home.
HectorNY Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist
I'm assuming that it's still in progress.
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