How the fuck does currency work in this world? Like an elephant will buy a burger for 2 bucks and have lunch. A mouse spends 2 bucks on a burger and has food for a week.
>Mouse surgeon has to dig into an elephant's body
>Falls into the open display of organs
>Both mouse and elephant die
>Hospitals have to follow a by-size safety code, creating endless paperwork and waiting times for simple medical procedures every time there isn't a doctor of the right size nearby
>mice accomplish amazing feats of engineering and exploration due to the fact that a rocket that can get one elephant astronaut into space can launch an entire space center of mice scientists and engineers.
>mice can repair engines from the inside out
>mice can preform micro-evasive surgery on larger mammals
this is another point
are the "evolved" animals of Zootopia still bound by their species lifespans? Even in a modern society where people can actively get their own medical treatment, are bunnies only going to live a decade at most?
>Mice couple adopts elepheant
>His new parents are dead in a year
>Elephant couple adopts mouse
>Their new child is dead in two years
>an entire army of millions of mice armed with sharp scalpels deployed inside enemy territory.
>they pile on the enemies slashing and ripping them apart.
mice are the perfect weapon, I remember japs used infected rats on korean villages to spread diseases really fast.
I imagine public restrooms are a nightmare for smaller animals.
If you think this is spam you must be really, really new here. /tv/ has had 35+ simultaneous Star Wars threads for weeks. /d/ once had 78 futa threads at the same time.
Also, learn the magic of filters.
>Zootopia universe's Hitler was a mouse who wanted to purge all larger animals
>/d/ once had 78 futa threads at the same time.
THAT'S A LOTTA NUTS
no, nazis are cats, you know they have that superiority complex. mice are jews
No, Hitler was a crow that was actually half blackbird.
An elephant is also likely to put out more work and thus earn more money, at least in an economy that's not entirely tertiary.
What the fuck are you, 8, Korean? What gave you the idea that everyone got equal pay regardless of what they contribute and/or other factors?
Fuck I think I just got baited
>Disney lore depth
>What's the point of a cock if it can't shoot semen.
Apparently the testicles and ovaries of a Futa are the same organ, with one side dedicated to the production of sperm cells and the other dedicated to the production of eggs.
But the testes are outside the body to produce sperm at cooler temperatures because they break down at higher temperatures.
how many animated movies gonna be released jan-march?
dont know but deadpool is also realising in february so yeah is going to be a fun month for /co/
>Live in Poland
you are right, UK now is part of the middle east
I need more police animals in my life.
But France gets it first.
In fact, the US is middle of the pack when it comes to the release date.
Real world works on that's as well:
>a bottle of water costs a dollar.
>You can get a junk food cheeseburger for a dollar and a glass of water.
>The water is free. You don't even have to buy anything.
If their monetary system resembles ours even a little bit, yeah. A dollar wouldn't be a dollar if its worth varied depending on who's spending it. Multiple currencies >>78637919 would not solve the problem even if currency exchange was illegal. You'd need to have completely isolated economies, which would bring its own problems. The thing about >>78637861 is that it kind of works for manual labor, but presumably you have white-collar jobs that can be done more or less equally well by the mouse and the elephant. Whether you pay them both equally (because it's the same work) or differently (because the elephant requires more resources to live), someone's going to feel slighted.
So maybe they live in some communist Star Trek-style
zootopiawhere no one is in real need of anything. Actually, it kind of feels like that's the only way a peaceful multi-species society could naturally develop. Otherwise, what would stop the predators from eating the prey animals in times of famine?
First of all they have relatively similiar size, comparing to actual animals. Second, there is just probably different size of portions and different jobs with corresponding payment.
The real question is what predators eat.
I wonder if inter-species relationships are taboo in the Zootopia world
why would it be a taboo? they don't even eat each other, but I imagine there must be some common sense about relationships, imagine elephantXmouse relationship, it will probably end in mouse tortilla
me too, anon. me too.
Yes, because the way they're setting this up to be is that everyone is speciest/racist and that Nick and Judy will be the first progressive couple that changes everything
for what will be portrayed as "the best" but would be long-term the end of Zootopia as a 1st world society due to slippery slope degeneracy.
Doesn't the latest trailer make the point that Judy Hopps is out of her element, being the first rabbit police officer?
Signs point to certain species being suited to certain roles, kinda like how the entire DMV is sloths.
So I did another piece of snow leopard reporter art today. This time it's one I can actually post here without getting banned!
Solved by having different portion sizes being sold and enforced in health/safety inspections.
Fast food would find this easy, as they would just have to manufacture patties and whatnot out of store, and provide different sized cups and trays
More expensive quality restaurants would probably need to hire multiple kitchen staffs, small medium and large, with appropriate dishware to match, probably also have different sized areas to sit (think the ending of ratatouille where the restaurant has a floor seating for the people and the higher seating for the rats)
I mean, that and the fact that it is literally a utopia setting, who knows how many years it took to achieve species living together harmoniously
The example was with food, the idea that it would devalue money because a mouse would have to work less to eat more
this wouldnt be the case with what I posted, having multiple size options
Do your larger size portions cost proportionally more? Then, depending on the earning power of each species, one might have an easier time than the other. Or do they cost the same? Then people would try to avoid selling food to elephants.
>It's still a full meal
It would be for the elephant as well, provided the place they were eating served the correct portion size to them. Price would probably be calculated based on the largest serving size so it would cost the exact same for the same relative meal the mouse gets.
Also, just as a fun thought: I'd imagine rodents would have enormously expensive insurance considering everything they own could be destroyed with a single misstep and a small leak would be a flood.
The nudist panther has short, straight whiskers, like the newscaster. The tank top panther and the poster and the limo driver (assuming those are not the same character, which they might be) have long, slightly "frizzy" looking whiskers, which is a trait that pretty much all the male cat characters in Zootopia have.
Short, straight whiskers = female cat
Long, frizzy whiskers = male cat
who cares about all this shit you fucking nerds why don't you just sit back and enjoy the cute animals
Whoops sorry, See >>78642847
I'd imagine that cost would be based on the largest portion size, so a $2 burger would be $2 for the mouse as well.
this gets tricky with more expensive food admittedly
>Which is why self-aware anthropomorphic animals makes for poor subject material
What I wanna know is how they deal with items that normally require eggs in the recipe. Just imagine, something as simple as custard is a bowl of abortion in Zootopia.
This would also include breaded and batter-fried foods, salad dressing, cream fillings, waffles, ice cream, marshmallows, marzipan, mayonnaise, and pastas. So chances are you'll see something being eaten in the film that the animators thought was fine because it doesn't contain meat, but in truth it's made of miscarriages.
...Oh god, Where do they get milk? Who in that world is okay with being milked, let alone drinking milk from another citizen?
But then if I'm a restaurant owner, wouldn't I start trying to discriminate against elephant customers? Even if I was legally mandated to serve them, I'd start resenting them for paying the same to eat more of my food.
We have not seen any female characters in Zootopia that have long whiskers, though, and so far as I can tell we haven't seen. That is the movie's visual language states that short, straight whiskers = female. Even Gazelle's beefcake backup dancers have crooked whiskers.
The resolution in this pic is quite poor, but if you look at the actual trailer on Youtube you can see that all the male characters have long, crooked whiskers and the females all have short, straight ones. Including the naked panther.
Do reptiles exist in this universe or is it only mammals?
>Dog goes up to cow co-worker in office building holding a cup of coffee
>"Hey Brenda, you mind?"
>"Sure thing, Ted."
>Squirt squirt squirt
>"Thanks. So how'd Terry's soccer game go?"
I am working on another newscaster and panther pic, but it's another racy one so I will probably have to post it in the /trash/ thread since linking to the last one got me in trouble with the janitor. (Or you could just keep an eye on the /co/ art booru or my tumblr later.)
Yes, but it's more of a niche product. Most people aren't comfortable with the idea of eating food products literally produced by another human.
Yes, I'm well aware of how chicken eggs actually work. I just decided to use those terms instead for comedic effect. Didn't realize I'd have the UEP on my case about it.
yes, I do hate the meaningless prattle of people trying to rationalize a universe never designed to be rational.
Next you'll be trying to explain the structure of cartoon characters internal organs that allows them to be totally crushed flat by steamrollers yet still survive.
well I agree so that's 2 against 1
it's settled, clawhauser is cute.
>Nothing I've posted on the /trash/ thread ends up on the /co/ booru. It makes me think I'm doing something wrong.
I suggest doing like I do and upload most of your own stuff to the 4chan boorus. I did it that way because it was the easiest way for people to find their art requests after I fulfilled them. There's no shame in uploading your own stuff to the /co/llection, since that is part of what it's for.
But Zootopia isn't that kind of movie. It's cartoony, yes, but there is a very deliberate rhyme and reason behind everything in the world. Discussing and speculating about the details is certainly appropriate.
>tfw the only cosplay of her is some person who I have strong suspicious is a man.
Either that cosplayer is a guy or she has a really strong jaw line. She has too wide eyes too. You guys know who I'm talking about right? It's a shame because the costume quality is great.
Zootopia team said that everythign that replaces meat is made from bug proteins.
Also, someone asked a really good question why birds or reptiles weren't featured in this film. I forgot what the answer was, but I think it had to do something with time's sake. Disney said they already had 150 unique side characters and introducing winged and scaled animals would just take up too much time and production.
Your car gets stolen by random pieces of windblown litter. Someone may step on you. You don't live nearly as long as bigger animals, so in a couple years, your friends will miss you. There are FAR more cons than pros.
Meanwhile on /co/,
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The jokes about Jason Bateman and Will Arnett practically write themselves.
Callie Briggs will never not be relevant.
I never really understood the "right way" to anthropomorphize horses because of their hooves. Like with cats, they already have paws, so if you want to make their hands and feet more paw-like you just put little paw pads on them. Horses only have one toe on each limb though, and I am not really sure what is the right way to handle that in terms of how to translate it into hands and feet.
I am probably way overthinking this, too.
>getting a new reboot
Have fun with that. Gramps.
hoof feet with human hands, or colored fingers to make it resemble hooves. What I have problem with is bats, everyone does the whole angel thing in the back but wings should be on their hands
The analogue of the hoof is the nail. That doesn't give you a lot of
legroomin terms of making hybrid hands/feet.
There's bat anthros with hand-wings, but it's hard to imagine them working very well as hands, so I'm okay with the angel wings. Same with dragons and avians. Fuck everyone who puts wings on other mammals, though.
>Mice and rats have the most brainpower for the smallest body size
>Hundreds of mice can live on the pay of one larger animal
>They immediately snap up all the intellectual jobs
>Education, finance, media, etc.
They're all voiced by Jews
What are the chances we'll get any bat characters in this movie? Even villainous ones?
It's 0 isn't it ;_;
Hooves are basically overgrown nails, just make them grow an opposable thumb and shape the hoove to work like a palm.
No one but Sonic's rouge does that. Look at Barthok or Silverwing.
I think Poppy O'Possum is the only comic that tres to go 100% biologically accurate and pheasible around
An elephant can't do a mouse's job either.
A mouse could work inside super-advanced machinery like space rockets and make repairs and changes from within, or specialize in something like watch repair or miniature building. All highly prized and very well-paid positions. An elephant could never do these things, so the mouse would be better paid than the elephant.
is it going to have a bit at the end where the fox guy goes feral and the rabbit has to talk sense into him? or is that too obvious for a disney film
also, the hippy guru is totally the bad guy or just another red herring?
What about mammals?
Bats are the only ones that are crossing my mind at the moment.
It's weird how much they get avoided. Even when they do it's almost always as minor non-speaking drones.
The end is the insect rebellion. They are tired of not getting equal rights.
I don't remember much. Jill heat causes toxic by-products for some retarded reasons; which is fatal in a matter months, and only a slight amount of time is bought by masturbation (which they do with a pebble or something, I don't know). The only way to stop it is for them to actually get fucked.
I'm jotting these all down by the way. Not for any reason or anything...
Don't play with my emotions anon, going to check this out.
Yes, pretty hard too.
Oh my god! This is great! I'd love to see Bluth make one more masterpiece before he croaks. I can't think of anything better than Dragon's Lair. This guy is my hero I might throw some dosh in as well.
Mufasa took Simba on a hunt, Scar killed Mufasa during what was supposed to be a hunt, Nala hunted Pumba. What's your point?
You know predators spend most of their time lying around. Hunting is a big gamble and takes a lot of energy.
Disney knows not with what fires they play with.
So what are the chances of this song being in the movie in some for, or at least in a TV spot?
Axel Rose probably could use the money after Chinese Democracy anyway.
Zootopia is the culmination of Disney's decades' worth of experience for tricking people into fapping to cartoon animals.
absolutely none, they already sold the movie singer highlights to shakira https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8Rwz6zBJSE
Obviously Shakira's song is the movie's big single, but different commercials have different music depending on who they're pitching the movie to, and it's not like there's only going to be one song in the whole movie.
The odds of the song being in the actual film are pretty slim, but it seems like some pretty low-hanging fruit for a TV spot.
>liam neeson was there the whole time
>liam neeson had to watch that
imagine the first hand fatherly disappointment
It's kind of funny because Liam Neeson plays a lion in the Chronicles of Narnia.
So when the Polar Bear thug crosses himself, is he praying to Aslan?
I have this poster hanging on my wall. Had it since my parents got it from the local theater when it finished its run.
It's one of my prized possessions.
Most people in the animation industry are. Hard to say about Hollywood at large, although given how widespread rampant sexual degeneracy is there, I'd suspect that there are a lot of furries.
There was also that one anon who had that horror story about the furry convention at the Hilton Hotel where a bunch of rich furries pretty much trashed the place and the con was told never to come back. It was a toxic mix of depraved rich people party culture + furries.
Y'know what... I would read a story that actually addresses shit like this.
How do you sustain a society that has species that's needs are so massively different?
Imaging the heating bills if you're a lizard or reptile.
You gotta take 4-6 months off work every year if you're a hibernator?
How do creatures, like cats, that biologically need meat to live get what they need?
It'd certainly be something interesting to explore.
Goddamn it, I just made a new year's resolution leave /v/ for good. I thought this was a cool board too where am I supposed to go since this, /g/ and /mu/ all went to shit? This website sucks.
Not even close.
Don Bluth quit Disney when they cut their animation dept back in the mid 70s. At the time, computer animation just wasn't a thing. You may be thinking of John Lasseter who was fired from Disney.
There are no reptiles or birds in Zootopia, but they apparently have their own cities in other parts of the world. Reptiles probably have their city in a much warmer environment, and as another anon suggested, the birds probably have a city built around the ability to fly and thus they have no need for things like roads, stairs, or elevators.
Graham Norton is the best.
Everyone is a closet furfag. People have been fapping to humanoid animals since the times of the ancients.
Certain animals have always been associated with sexuality too. Like cats.
It's not new and, honestly, I think its down to the fact that out brains don't need much in the way of visual similarities to get stimulated and you add that with a human personality and boom, awkward boner for a fox.
I think most people have found cartoon characters, human or animal based, sexually appealing in some way.
Or maybe it'll be like black sad where hitlers a cat and the KKK is white animals only
I'm not saying Zootopia needs to address this, not every film set in a fictional universe needs to go deep into the social political elements of its world, although that's a nice bit of world building even if it does seem kind of apartheid-ish. I'm just saying it could make an interesting story.
Bastet may well be civilization's first furry crush.
Anyone know if there are higher quality versions of TV spots?
Statues of anthro gods and goddesses like Bastet have been found all over ancient egypt. It makes me wonder what archaeologists in the future will think when they find all of our furshit.
Speaking of irritating, mincing queens...
Our furshit is mostly digital and on Hard drives though. As is a good chunk of art in this day and age.This the reason why some people are for graffiti because it actually leaves something physical.
I'll have you know my wrist is perfectly rigid when I'm going to town on a big ol' wang!
so like hear me out
there is crime, and implied murder ( "ice 'em")
They also use "predator" and "prey" as classifications for carnivores and herbivores
so at some point they were eating each other
do you think there is a black market side that sells things like meat to carnivores willing to pay enough?
I mean, they have canonical crime bosses and murder, so this isnt too much of a stretch
>do you think there is a black market side that sells things like meat to carnivores willing to pay enough?
That's a scary thought, but if there are animals who have ditched clothing, then it's not far fetched that there are some who want to experience eating real meat, and would be willing to pay a lot of money for it despite it legally being considered cannibalism.
the first instance of human art or something like that is a carving of a lionman
Reptile city is most likely in a warm tropical area. Most reptiles need warm humid environments.
Most mammals would prefer a temperate area.
I want to know where marine mammals are though. Whales, seals, and dolphins.
>the Ancients knew that musclegirl on femboy was the best combo
mankind is reaching it's true enlightment again
Man, they should have given tails to at least some of the animal characters in Bojack Horseman.
Bojack or Wanda can do without, but Mr Peanut Butter is a character written with a dumb dog personality in mind and not having a tail is such a wasted opportunity for visual jokes.
I bet we'll need another 'no yiff allowed' sticky in March.
why are you blaming the software, I use adobe stuff to make webm's and it's perfect
>"furry" threads saw an increase when the sticky was made
Wonder how many mods/janitors will have heart attacks from frothing rage and trying to police zootopia threads 24/7 when the movie comes out. We already have one camping out in this thread impotently deleting images and posts.
Install that, make your thing in premiere.
Select VP8, turn off "encode audio" and set it to "varriable bit rate" then just fuck with the bitrate until the size comes up just under 3 mb and you're gravy
There's /trash/ if you want to post porn. They have a Zootopia thread, even.
No reason to post that stuff here. At most mention you posted something there so people can go check, but lets keep these threads clean.
I have a feeling something bad is going to happen to Fennec. Something needs to happen to make Nick emotionally invested in Judy's case and it's probably going to be his best friend/father figure/partner in crime.
/aco/'s pretty chill though. Plus, nothing is stopping anyone from post R34 stuff.
But you basically have one board for all western art while animu is split into five. So, /aco/ has to serve as the west's /h/ /e/ /u/ /d/ and /y/ all rolled into one.
Going "feral" seems to be a pretty big part of this movie. It might refer to returning to their roots before they evolved and gained enough sapience to not eat each other. Come to think of it, sapience would probably be called something else in this world.
This is why I'd wanna be a mouse in Zootopia
Or just be a mouse person irl
>everythign that replaces meat is made from bug proteins.
>working as a mouse masseuse
>need a team of mice who are assigned to an individual bodypart
>that one unlucky mouse that has to massage client's paws
>the one really unlucky mouse that is assigned to perform the happy ending
I can see the positives and negatives
why bother when I can just export from an actual NLE and do any editing that may be required to the video source, making cuts etc. in 2 minutes and be done with it?
Webm for retards is more effort in my opinion.
Can you imagine what /co/ will be like five years from now when Zootopia is considered a classic/nostalgic?
Eh, I've never had any issue with selecting an input file, setting the bit rate and seconds marks, enabling the high quality toggle, and 2 pass encoding in under a minute.
Most of the webms I make are often under a minute, and even more often just simple loops of animation. Shit jest warks, senpai.
>7 years later
>still on /co/
>"zootopia gave me a fat fetish" from the underagers
it will be quaint
Zootopia's going to give everyone an everything fetish.
It's gonna be weird.
>tfw you would have been in 4chan for over 15 years
Five years isn't long enough. People today talking about the things that gave them fetishes are mostly 90s things. It's going to be closer to 15 years when we start seeing people here or anywhere claiming that Zootopia gave them any sort of sexual awakening.
>american dragon jake long childhood boner threads as the mile marker.
I think I hate everything a little bit more than I knew I could right now.
I am way more hyped for this than I was for Star Wars 7.