earthstarmoon: (zel blush)
Okay, here's the third and final installment of my Fluppy Dogs review. As before if anyone wanted to use these screencaps or anything feel free.

FLUPPIES! )

All in all, this special actually hasn't aged that badly. Yeah, it's cheesy in part and you can so tell in was made in the 80s. However, you can tell a lot of creativity went into this, I am sad that this wasn't made in to a full series. I was also surprised and delighted to realize that the voice of Ozzie was actually Lorenzo Music. He was the voice actor for Tummi in Gummi Bears, Peter in the Real Ghostbusters and for many years Garfield the cat for he passed away in 2001. I've always liked him, so that was a pleasant surprise.

I wish they would give this a DVD release because it really deserves one. Even if this was only a one time special, that fact that A LOT of people still remember it today really does say something.
earthstarmoon: (zel blush)
Okay, here's the third and final installment of my Fluppy Dogs review. As before if anyone wanted to use these screencaps or anything feel free.

FLUPPIES! )

All in all, this special actually hasn't aged that badly. Yeah, it's cheesy in part and you can so tell in was made in the 80s. However, you can tell a lot of creativity went into this, I am sad that this wasn't made in to a full series. I was also surprised and delighted to realize that the voice of Ozzie was actually Lorenzo Music. He was the voice actor for Tummi in Gummi Bears, Peter in the Real Ghostbusters and for many years Garfield the cat for he passed away in 2001. I've always liked him, so that was a pleasant surprise.

I wish they would give this a DVD release because it really deserves one. Even if this was only a one time special, that fact that A LOT of people still remember it today really does say something.
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Alright, so to continue from last time, here's part 2 of my abridged review of the Fluppy Dogs.

Like before, there a lots of images ahead so it may take a minute to load. Again, if anyone wants to uses these screencaps for anything, feel free.

Fluppy Dogs images ahead )
earthstarmoon: (Default)
Alright, so to continue from last time, here's part 2 of my abridged review of the Fluppy Dogs.

Like before, there a lots of images ahead so it may take a minute to load. Again, if anyone wants to uses these screencaps for anything, feel free.

Fluppy Dogs images ahead )
earthstarmoon: (Default)
After my recent fanart of Fluppy Dogs and I got the idea for a abridged review, I figured why not. Since the special is an hour long I'm going to divide it into either 2 or 3 parts depending on how many screencaps I get.

So, here's Fluppy Dogs, Part 1. (By the way, if anyone wanted to use this screencaps for anything like icons or something, feel free.) Be warned, there are lots of images ahead.

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Lots of Screencaps ahead )
earthstarmoon: (Default)
After my recent fanart of Fluppy Dogs and I got the idea for a abridged review, I figured why not. Since the special is an hour long I'm going to divide it into either 2 or 3 parts depending on how many screencaps I get.

So, here's Fluppy Dogs, Part 1. (By the way, if anyone wanted to use this screencaps for anything like icons or something, feel free.) Be warned, there are lots of images ahead.

Photobucket

Lots of Screencaps ahead )
earthstarmoon: (Default)
Okay, there's a bit of a story here. For the next cake class, I need to bring in an image of something that I can trace onto parchment paper and thus transfer that onto the cake. So, I've been debating and searching online for ideas. When I started searching for "dogs" the Disney Fluppy Dogs popped up and decided that would be perfect.

For those who don't know, the Fluppy Dogs was suppose to be a Disney cartoon produced back in 80s. There was even a ton of merchandise for it, including colouring books and a stuffed animals of which I had owned. However, the series never came to be, but they aired what was suppose to be the pilot as a hour special.

The special while is cheesy at times, is still good and hasn't aged too badly. It only aired on tv a few times, but for some strange reason Disney never released it on VHS or DVD. However, to this day people still remember it and has thankfully can be watched various places on the internet.

Here's part one for those curious:


Anyway, I took a screencap and sketched out an image for my cake and I decided to colour it too.

Fluppy Dog )

And, since clearly I have too much time on my hands, I ended up drawing a Fluppy Dog version of Warrick. Is it strange to say that I think I draw cute animals better than I draw people. XP

Warrick Fluppy )

I've been thinking I might do an abridged screencap review like I did back when Slayers Evolution-R was airing because this special is just begging to be at part.

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