Ms. Beeman's 5th grade musical production of Cinderella.
xin li last edited by
I really love the shape language you have in this series.
Georgios Christopoulos last edited by
@Braden-Hallett this series is awesome!!such a warm feeling seeing those designs and shapes.
@Braden-Hallett This whole series is fantastic! Beautiful shapes, great expressions and hands!
Thanks everyone It's reallygood practice to push some of these designs!
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"We may have a problem with our Cinder'ella'"
"Look, Aran wants to play Cinderella, Danica wants to play the prince, nobody cares, this is a non-issue."
"No, no, it's not that. You know how Aran's family is big into the theatre scene?"
"Well they recently went to Vancouver and Aran's uncle took him to some of the more... 'avant garde' productions."
"Long story short, our production now involves a puppet, fireworks, and a splash zone."
"A splash zone?"
"For the beheading, apparently."
"You know, at this point I'm more interested in seeing exactly HOW this train is going to go flying off the rails rather than trying to prevent it.. "
These are very much the conversations I used to have every day.
chrisaakins last edited by
@Braden-Hallett I honestly think this exact format would make an incredibly appealing and fun book. There would certainly be nothing like it. I think you should do a book dummy with this format with the dialogue just in these free form floating sentences.
@Braden-Hallett oh boy! Things are getting out of hand!