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Emily Goldenrod by HectorNY
Emily Goldenrod
One more for :icontheevstar: This time we have Racer's racing teammate and girlfriend, Emily Goldenrod in her own vintage racer. Like the flames?

Emily Goldenrod (c) :icontheevstar:
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Racer Rabbit 2 by HectorNY
Racer Rabbit 2
When :icontheevstar: liked my first picture of his character, Racer Rabbit, he said that was dressed as if he was a racer in the 1930's. I commented the he would need a vintage car and suddenly I remember this little classic was hiding in the archives. So :icontheevstar:, Ask and you will receive.

Racer Rabbit (c) :icontheevstar:
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Racer Rabbit by HectorNY
Racer Rabbit
Thought I do a Deviant's OC in 3D and this one belongs to :icontheevstar:. This is his OC, Racer Rabbit, a bunny that has the need for speed. Most often you would see burn down the track as an anthropomorphic Speed Racer. So :icontheevstar:, Hope you like my version.

Racer Rabbit (c) :icontheevstar: 
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Ballet For A Girl In Buchanonn by HectorNY
Ballet For A Girl In Buchanonn
1. Make Me Smile

Children play in the park
They don't know
I'm alone in the dark
Even though

Time and time again
I see your face smiling inside

I'm so happy (Oho)
that you love me (Oho, yeah)
Life is lovely (Oh)
When you're near me

Tell me you will stay
Make me smile

Living life is just a game
So they say
All the games we used to play
Fade away

We may now enjoy
The dreams we shared so long ago

Oh, my darling (Oho)
Got to have you (Yeah, yeah)
Feel the magic (Ooohooo!)
When I hold you

Cry sweet tears of joy
Touch the sky

2. So Much To Say, So Much To Give

So hard to be
Free to
Love only you
People
Starin' at me
Try to
Take you away
There's no
Time to delay
We've got to live for today
I've got
So much to give
There is
So much to say
Night after night
Day after day
In spite of our words
They all turn away

3. Anxiety's Moment (Instrumental)

4. West Virginia Fantasies (Instrumental)

5. Colour My World

As time goes on
I realize
Just what you mean
To me
And now
Now that you're near
Promise your love
That I've waited to share
And dreams
Of our moments together
Colour my world.
With hope
Of loving you.

6. To Be Free (Instrumental)

7. Now More Than Ever

Now I need you
More than ever
No more cryin'
We're together
Tell me you will stay
Make me smile

Lyrics by Chicago

www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQkGQH…
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Cleaned Krystal by HectorNY
Cleaned Krystal
Just an experiment with textures. Ever wonder what Krystal would look without her tribal tattoos or freeze brands as they're called? This texture I found answers that question. This could be a whole different character.

Krystal model by :iconcharleyfox: and :iconldragon:
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Inside Out showcases many of Pixar's best qualities, bearing a smart premise, emotional resonance and visually entrancing animation. It's not their finest work, with the latter half struggling to maintain narrative momentum, but viewers of all ages should find bountiful rewards.

The movie's concept borders on pure genius. Inside every human's mind, key emotions are personified as little creatures that compete to control their host body – a young girl called Riley being the focus here. That sounds almost like a body horror movie that David Cronenberg would be proud of, but the likes of Joy (Amy Poehler), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Fear (Bill Hader) and Anger (Lewis Black) are a loveable bunch with disarming dynamics that cut through any cynicism you may have.

Pixar's Inside Out

It's all a clever vehicle to form an endearing examination of how the mind works during your formative years, with many relatable scenarios making you either smile or wince as your own recollections of youth flood back. But just when the novelty starts to wear off, the story propels Joy and Sadness together on a quest to steer the increasingly disillusioned Riley on the right path in life.

The sheer number of throwaway gags that work ensure plenty of laughter, with the negative emotions running riot. Beware, lovers of edible green plants – broccoli takes an absolute hiding throughout the film. Didn't we all scrunch up our faces in disgust at various things as a kid like that? No wonder Jamie Oliver faced such a battle to persuade children to eat healthily. It was that Disgust emotion in our heads taking control all along.

Pixar's Inside Out

The colourful cerebral cityscape inside Riley's mind is a feast for the eyes. It's not mere decoration though, as everything seems to have a narrative purpose, with key areas representing various aspects of Riley's life and memories. It's rather poignant when the mind has to dispose of certain recollections though, as they're lost like tears in the rain.

Amy Poehler and the rest of the cast's wonderful work keep the movie buoyant and joyous even when some of the 'emotion' characters threaten to become monotonous. That's hardly something to complain about though, given they have to be largely one-note to fulfil their purpose. Yet the script and voice performances infuse them with enough depth of personality to make us care. Interestingly, it's the humans they control whose fate we're not so invested in.

Inside Out is consistently inventive and engaging look at childhood behavioural mechanisms that's perfect for the entire family, all of whom will connect with the material in different ways. Full of smiles and tears, much like childhood itself, Inside Out ticks so many boxes without ever feeling contrived.

Right now this one has the lead for the Oscar for Best Animated Film but let's see what the rest of the year brings us. On a scale of one to ten, Inside Out gets a 9.5.

  • Mood: Enjoying The Show
  • Listening to: ELO
  • Reading: Nothing
  • Watching: This Screen
  • Playing: Nothing
  • Eating: Nothing
  • Drinking: Nothing

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Hector Montalvo
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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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BigMac1212 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
I'm not trying to spam your comments page, but do you have any plans this Fourth of July?
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HectorNY Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist
Not yet. I may go to Coney Island and watch the Hot Dog Eating contest better known as the Wide World of Gluttony.
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BigMac1212 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Are you going to see "Inside Out?"
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HectorNY Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2015  Hobbyist
Already have. Will have a review later.
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TheBlackNova Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2015
Hey Hector i found the Sonic OVA on YT since you said you've never seen it.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEfsgw…
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HectorNY Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2015  Hobbyist
Just from skimming through a few parts of this movie and I can see how Sara can be a handle.
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TheBlackNova Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2015
True, and I'll admit the voice acting was a disaster. Tails sounded like his nose was congested. and Cowboy Knuckles? that was just weird.
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HectorNY Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2015  Hobbyist
You're right about the voice actors. Who hired them?
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ZGMF-X42S Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2015
Tank you by tnku   for the :iconllama3dplz:.
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HectorNY Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2015  Hobbyist
You're welcome.
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