goddamn, ONE more?!
i like the ending bit.
>last thread had Chochi's Zootopia fanart posted
>today I check amazon for some new Zootopia stuff
I don't think it's on his permission:
He's a weak girly man with a desk job because he gets winded running down the hall. He can't default on "lol genetics" because we see him constantly stuffing his face. He's a joke, not some strong independent fat man who don't need no diet. I don't think this has anything to do with any sort of fat acceptance movement.
Better than the garbage they're selling to kids, but it lacks subtly. No one but poor white trash, furry autists, and hipsters 20 years from now are going to wear this ugly thing.
God dammit 24 Feb in Finland. And the dub sounds bad. At least there will be screenings of the original version but I have no idea when and how often. I feel bad for the kids and their parents who see the shit version.
You got lucky. Germany has to wait until march 3rd.
>germany is full of furries
>has to wait until march
>still no wikipedia article about it at all
FFS. Animation truly is dead in germany. Guess I won't be able to watch it here in cinemas without annoying kids in the audience.
>I feel bad for the kids
Well, for the kids the choice pretty much is "see it in Finnish or don't see it at all" or, at least "see it and don't understand a thing"
Besides, I don't think they care *that* much. You still watch it despite the bad dub. I know I watched "Once Upon a Time... Life" almost on repeat despite its shitty Finnish dub.
The movie looks very mediocre. It's just that Disney is pretending it's the biggest thing ever due to marketing/advertising. And /co/ is making the movie ANNOYING with the constant spam. Officially worse than SJW Universe. Just in case, fuck you in advance.
that's a different rabbit
I understand it is not good enough for your taste but no one ever said it was going to be historically important or something, it just has funny humor and lovable characters and beautiful animation and a promise of an interesting theme about society that seems different compared to what Disney has done before. To me that is enough to be excited about. I may be part of a small minority on this board but I actually like cartoons.
So, do we know what this book will be about? Retelling of the story or some art and lorebefore the big artbook release?
>a lizard and cat briefly seen walking down the road
>hand in hand
>/aco/ would've been a fine solution, but here we are.
/aco/ was a mistake. It's just a bigger platform for attentionwhoring western fanartists and their mindless sheep.
At least they haven't deleted the thread on site yet. I'd be wise if we didn't try the mods/janitors patience at every turn. Though with how fickle some are, that might be difficult.
For those of you who just cant control your bestial urges and HAVE to post furry porn, here's a quick and easy link
start up a thread here and dump all the furry porn in it you want. Leave this thread for discussion and make life easy for the mods
Disney is going to make and sell 1:1 scale Judy plushes
you should already know what that means.
Are you just expecting or is that a fact? I want one
to display and look at whenever I feel depressed.
but smugface is part of his character!
it turns out he's just playing his smug to hide the fact he's a petty con artist
thanks, i'll keep drawing!
i doiubt he's a gentleman, Sly Cooper is.
If this is in the movie, I don't think I'll be able to handle it.
Now I want Disney to make a short about how Judy's grand-grandmother fought in the war and even dressed up as a Furzi to stop Catdolph Hitler.
Is there something Judy CAN'T make look adorable?!
what? it is in the movie. you didn't see the clip?
this weasel could stomp on these mice!
this is attempted murder!
Looks to me like Judy is facing the mother and child. In this shot, we see her back side while she's in uniform.
There's a chance this takes place near the middle of the film where Judy realises that dispite the appearance of animals getting along, there is still a mistrust going around. Especially with the savage outbreaks.
what did they do to derail a motherfucking train?!
This will be Homosuck/MLP tier shitpocalypse on /co/.
We need to take countermeasures.
I literally filtered everything related to Steven Universe I could find on wikipedia (names,terms).
Did same for Gravity Falls,Undertale and that flash anime garbage I already forgot about.
/co/ is slightly better now.
They can model her after Gaga's GG appearance.
Huh, they use American dollars. Is this going to change internationally? They seemed geared to localize it with native personalities on the zoo news, it'd be silly to not do the same for the currency or just, I don't know, make up a new one so it's clear it's a fantasy land and not Fantasy Land USA.
these books better show Nick wearing a police uniform
Nope. You're like just thinking of furry artists who put pawpads on rabbits anyway.
It's aimed at a 9-12 age range, so it'll probably just be general information on all the characters in the movie and different places in the Zootopia world. Also probably a pronunciation guide for the word "anthropomorphic".
>using smoke to cover up the fact that their feet aren't on the same perspective plane
I think the ZPD wolves are the villain. cause every police movie has crooked cops
>Like how do they think this shit works?
If you want to draw furry r34,, first, you must talk your furry representative, then check with the furry consulate. And after submitting a request form in triplicate, it will be reviewed by the furry commissioner of the arts. You should expect a reply with in 5-15 business days.
According to the comments, I'm not the only one who thought it was serious. Still pretty funny though. Sometimes I forget that there are people who are still unaware that there is porn of cartoon characters out there. I hang out in this place too much.
See it? I wouldn't be surprised if he asked for a cameo.
At the very least he used to.
But Clawhauser and Judy are cute together.
Trying to re-learn traditional art and media from the ground up, so I've been using this movie to practice
Funny thing is, while the wolves in this movie are pretty much exaggerations of actual wolf anatomy, Nick is a fucking Wilde card when it comes to proportions
>log into my twitter
thank you based korea
The weird thing is (and granted it's debatable) but the size of a character's eyes is directly proportional to the age group they cater to.
ie. cartoon characters typically have huge eyes, while more adult illustrations typically have more normal proportions.
Even in this movie, Nick's eyes are fucking huge compared to the wolf-cops, even though proportionately they should be the same size.
>Mini-movie: Jazzercise with Judy
>Judy starts a class but Clawhouser is the only one to show up and support her even though it is so difficult for him. He tries his best to be like his pop idol though, and people passing by the large windows see how fun it looks as more and more people trickle in to train.
(mostly a reason to put Judy in that classic 80s workout look)
So in addition to being a tiny rabbit surrounded by much larger animals Judy also gets to play giantess by riding a monorail through a mouse district?
Are they just adding fetishes on a dare?
The first fucking trailer had Nick naked and the fucking word ANTHROPOMORPHIC up for people to see
They know what they are doing
>this sinister fucking furry plot against all society
and you guys... are celebrating it?
man is doomed.
>>this sinister fucking furry plot against all society
You don't know the half of it
It's always one
ONE FUCKING JOB
I'd settle with that animation from Secrets of the Furious Five.
Bitterness makes people a pain to interact with as most of them seem preoccupied with thinking they know people better when they aren't smart enough to figure out ways to help themselves. Then they get more bitter if you leave them alone.
Ginnifer Goodwin as Officer Judy Hopps, a rabbit who is a member of the Zootopia Police Department.
Jason Bateman as Nick Wilde, a red fox who is a small-time con artist.
Shakira as Gazelle, a gazelle from Sahara Square who is a famous pop star.
Idris Elba as Chief Bogo, a Cape buffalo who is the chief of the Zootopia Police Department.
J.K. Simmons as Leodore Lionheart, a noble African lion who is the Mayor of Zootopia.
Nate Torrence as Officer Benjamin Clawhauser, a hefty cheetah who is a member of the Zootopia Police Department.
Jenny Slate as Bellwether, a sheep who is the Assistant Mayor of Zootopia.
Mark Smith as Officer McHorn, a rhinoceros Police Officer who is part of the Zootopia Police Department.
Tommy Chong as Yax, an enlightened laid-back Yak.
Octavia Spencer as Mrs. Otterton, a slender North American river otter.
Bonnie Hunt as Bonnie Hopps, a rabbit from Bunnyburrow who is the mother of Judy Hopps.
Don Lake as Stu Hopps, a rabbit from Bunnyburrow who is the father of Judy Hopps and a known carrot farmer.
Raymond S. Persi as Flash, the "fastest" three-toed sloth in the DMV (short for Department of Mammal Vehicles).
Alan Tudyk as Duke Weaselton, a small-time weasel crook from Little Rodentia.
Tom Lister, Jr. as Finnick, a fennec fox.
Katie Lowes as Dr. Madge Honey Badger, a honey badger who handles the most pressing medical cases.
Jesse Corti as Manchas, a jaguar who is a chauffeur for Zootopia's biggest limo company.
John DiMaggio as Jerry Jumbeaux Jr., an African elephant who owns an elephant ice cream parlor called Jumbeaux's Café.
Peter Mansbridge as Peter Moosebridge, a moose co-anchor of the ZTV News.
>Jason Bateman as Nick Wilde, a red fox who is a small-time con artist.
Heh, everyone else hoping we're getting some Arrested Developement references? Like being a con is a family thing?
I initially hated the idea of Bellweather being the main villain, but I think it's certainly looking that way. We had an evil female voiceover in the Japanese trailer and they wouldn't cast Shakira to be the villain, in all of her promotional images we see that she gets the short end of the stick and has to live under Lionheart's shadow, her office looks rundown, and Disney has lately been going with having the villain be someone who looks harmless at first.
If all of her henchmen are wolves that'd make her a sheep among wolves.
No, bitter people piss each other off constantly. It's like the racist getting mad at the racist for being racist. They hate the same logic when applied more widely and used by others. Bitter people rarely put up with each other long enough to form relationships but when they do it's pretty nice.
Timon and Pumba were the first gay couple, Jumba and Pleakly would be the second, this would be the third.
But yeah, I know you mean first canon gays. It might even have their first canon gay if Clawhauser hints too strongly. His voice is pretty gay.
This is Sly Cooper. Not really "cute" but...inoffensive.
Timon and Pumba were not gay
People can have perfectly platonic relationships with the same gender
Just because Timon happens to be voiced by an outspoken homosexual actor doesn't automatically make him gay
Same voice actor has played con-men and comic reliefs
Fuck, if I had a penny for every SJWLGBTBBQ that claimed Timon and Pumba were gay.... I've even had the displeasure of reading an article stating even Simba was gay, and that he was so reluctant to go back to the Pridelands because it stood for heterosexuality
THEY WERE TERRIBLE PARENTS
THEY TOLD HIM TO RUN AWAY FROM HIS TROUBLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
IT'S LIKE A BUNCH OF FRAT BOYS GETTING AWAY WITH RAISING A KID
So let's say you are a wolf cop. Not the largest officer on the force by any means.
And you are assigned to patrol Little Rodentia, the mouse city from the trailer.
How does this work? It's like a furry Eva 01 pulling you over for speeding.
It's the reason why anthropomorphic characters shouldn't be self-aware that they're animals and only works as characterization.
You literally have half-assed reasons like 'bug-based protein diets' otherwise
Apparently Clawhauser is popular in Japan already.
Judy would be an extremely small midget to a human and she is a giant to mice. A 6 ft standing wolf would be gigantic, and an elephant would be like several city blocks just walking around
Well, at least this artist likes him.
>I've even had the displeasure of reading an article stating even Simba was gay
Male lions often mount their subordinate male relatives as a show of dominance. Simba's probably all over his son in law's ass.
They only do that to let off steam. They fuck their brothers as a past time.
>living in the pride-lands
Like way more than there is now. This is going to be king high on the mountain levels of porno. This is going to be THE furry movement/acceptance/conversion movie. The one foretold of in ancient legend. The seasons are shifting and the stars are in alignment.
Show some respect. They do it for
And the please knock warning could means that she is doing obscure stuff. Or in 4chan mode masturbating furiously to cope with all the stress she goes thru.
I like to think about her as just a pure and adorable moe sheep that I want to take home and spoil instead of letting her being overworked by people taking all the credits.
>Trouble Down Under
what is up with those faces
Holy shit, we had a guy at work who was but I didn't know until after we fired him. I guess he showed one of the guys in shipping a picture of his home-made squirrel fursuit, and told the quality guy about a time he passed out in costume. I really wish I had a chance to give that guy shit.
there are no heroes left in man
the world will simply sink into a toilet of fur and degeneracy without anything more than a small splash
>No one else will even bother with her.
Forgetting about the fox guy? Clawhauser is necessary to show that not everyone on the police force is an ass. The movie doesn't want to make it look like the cops are the bad guys. I don't really think we'll see Clawhauser more than that.
It's cute. Also it seems like it might explore some concepts of what it might be like for animals to try and maintain peace in an environment where they have all evolved and try to go against their own natural instincts. Seeing how the city accommodate all these different species is interesting to me as well. It's simple but I enjoy the simplicity and hope I will enjoy the characters as well. So far their personalities seem to appeal to me.
It's Disney lol.
It looks like there are plenty of mainstream and pop culture animal puns to be made, making this movie a sort of time capsule for contemporary times. It's very relatable like that.
It's kind of funny actually, most Disney movies don't take place in contemporary times. It's even more rare that these movies focus primarily on people in the work force. No one for kids to relate to.
Notice anything about these bunny feet?
>Forgetting about the fox guy?
What? It's not like they're buddy-buddies right off the bat.
He DEFINITELY didn't want to be with her. (at least at first)
Being mixed up in her case is the last thing he wants.
You think he takes her to the sloths because it's helping?
The overt sexuality of these guys is something strange for them to flaunt in the trailers. It's too awkward to see that as a family and say "haha, it's funny because they would be sexy if they weren't animal people, good joke Disney hey let's go see this, it looks like fun for the kids."
The shorts they wear make this less of a joke and more of a case of Disney actually trying to give you a boner. This isn't about furries, this is about sexuality expessed in a kids movie. And that's okay.
>You think he takes her to the sloths because it's helping?
He did it to waste her time and mess up her investigation. But Nick also stands up against Bogo for bullying Judy in the Japanese trailer. In the end, Nick also becomes a cop. Most likely to stay with Judy.
Oh, excuse me, I mean they want to give you lady boners too.
I would leave the issue alone and accept that had they not been designed to be so sexy from the start while being used as part of the marketing of this film. "Sexy tiger dudes in slut shorts" is supposed to be a selling piece or at least something we're supposed to talk about to give this the type of exposure Disney suddenly wants.
Being nihilistic is solid.
You don't need to be a bitter nihilist though.
I actually overcame a bit of depression by realizing that nothing mattered... except for what I chose to make matter to myself. Meaningless to everyone by me.
What do you mean? Nothing in the trailer suggests Clawhauser did anything nice for Judy. All it showed was that he avoided being mean to her which is the normal civilized way to interact with other people.
why is it called zootopia when it doesnt take place on a zoo?
The whole point in this thread conversation has been the assumption that Clawhouser was the only one was there for her and therefore will be the one she talks to most at the precinct. (giving him screentime)
When the trailer shows (quite literally) other officers pushing her away, Clawhouser's "normal" interactions with Judy will mean a bit more to her. Even if you're trying to downplay it, in a kid's movie it will be seen as him doing something nice for Judy.
why did they put sexy husbando tigers at the end of the clip?
is that the last thing they want people to think of when it comes to this zootopia spot?
are we going to see buff burly tigers dancing around in the ending song for the movie credits and walk out the theaters confused as to what just happened?
>The whole point in this thread conversation has been the assumption that Clawhouser was the only one was there for her and therefore will be the one she talks to most at the precinct. (giving him screentime)
No it wasn't. The whole thread was about making it look like Clawhauser was Judy's only friend in the world.
I thought it was also commendable for Mayor Lionheart for believing in Judy and supporting her as the first rabbit police officer. Whether or not he did that only for PR, I dunno but I think if it wasn't for Lionheart, Judy probably wouldn't even be on the police force.
>the entire plot was actually caused because Zootopia Katia fucked up something
>Ends with Judy arresting her an d throwing her in jail.
and then the Oblivion Crisis begins
Now lay back and imagine Judy shouting "STOP RIGHT THERE! CRIMINAL SCUM!"
Sly has always looked really fucking weird. I think it's the chin. Muzzles shouldn't have these solid, jutting lantern jaws, or it looks like that one creepy guy who wants to become Goofy in real life.
The female vixen character had the same issue for me.
When I saw this I thought they were just getting a laugh out of their audience in the sort of "no way we're going down this path, but let's make a joke and possibly a little media buzz" way, but this this happened
and they apparent double downed. This is happening.
It's been a while since I've seen a stage show with sexy male back up dancers, the last one being right and left shark during last year's Super Bowl. How often do they accompany pop stars and do they ever wear anything more revealing than these tigers?
It take a nap for a few hours and miss a 500 post Zootopia thread. Just another day on /co/!
Surprise: Eddie Redmayne plays a lion with a red mane.
Who has a girlfriend that looks suspiciously like Nala.
Being a small, prey animal is an allegory for females doing blue-collar jobs normally held by men.
It's quite fitting because, besides the fact women simply don't WANT to do these jobs, is the fact they're often physically incapable.
>he will never be voiced by John Candy