So I finally finished watching the Disney Shorts collection earlier this evening, and there was a short called "The Ballad of Nessie." Holy Walt's Frozen Head, I was not prepared for such a cute female dragon. Why haven't I heard of this short before, and how come no-one talks about it?
I may have cried for her. A bit.
Does it really happen that fast?
Mama, I love a drake!
A picture in my head
Tugged my heart, bam!
Didn't mean to make you cry,
But I sometimes wish I had no heart at all!
Nothing but my waifu matters...
We talked about her, a lot. You are just too slow.
I was going to say check the booru. But there ain't shit in there. I guess you missed the boat, OP.
You can't even spell your waifu's name properly. Fun intro video, though. I enjoy when 2D and 3D animation are mixed successfully.
>"It's okay to cry, sometimes"
>tfw I teared up
Nessie is cute.
I wish people would stop drawing porn of her though. I get r34 but I can't imagine Nessie deepthroating a dragon
Jinx a shit Caitlyn is better
I think the key to what makes Nessie cute, to me at least is that she reminds me of a specific type of girl who I'd often find myself surrounded by when I was in school. The sort of nerdy artist types who were a bit tomboyish.
Nessie is a fucking scottish drunk that drinks so much she forgot how to talk
To be fair most people missed it. Disney had the brilliant idea to release it on the exact same weekend as the final Harry Potter movie. It's no wonder they bought Star Wars after that.
Wait, 2011's Winnie the Pooh was packaged with Nessie theatrically? I guess I missed something because I clearly remember seeing that one in a theater but I don't recall ever watching Nessie before.
Winnie the Pooh should have been released around Christmas, Thanksgiving or Easter. That's generally when families are looking for a chill and inclusive activity that they can do with the young ones in tow. That's why Peanuts was able to make $250 million while Winnie the Pooh only made $26 million. You need to know your market, and what kind of activities you need to schedule your release around.
Winnie the Pooh is not the kind of movie you can just bury in a summer full of big-budget blockbusters and expect it to be a success. It's quite possibly the most poorly handled Disney release since The Black Cauldron. In fact adjusted for inflation, Black Cauldron made about twice as much money as Winnie the Pooh.
It's sort of inevitable that when you've had a waifu for long enough you will start to have sexual thoughts/feelings about her and want to look up r34. A lot of the time it happens almost immediately.
I get what you mean though. Nessie seems pure and innocent and part of me doesn't really want to see her deflowered, or at least not in a way that would be out of character for her or demeaning.
It's actually 1 hour and 3 minutes. If it was less than an hour long then it wouldn't even be feature-length. A feature-length movie must be at least 60 minutes long, although I suppose with a short attached I suppose you could pad up a film less than 60 minutes long up to the necessary length for theatrical release.
Indeed a cute dragon but I like the lambert story more