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hotsnowsels à dit à propos de Les Pingouins de Madagascar
Are there any artists still here that do commissions? I'm just starting to learn how to use a digital drawing tablet, and I'm not very good yet. I was wondering if anyone would be interested in drawing something for me? posté il y a plus d’un an
Private1sCut3 commenté…
I've seen your ducky drawing; it's pretty good. ^_^ Sure toi couldn't do it par yourself? il y a plus d’un an
hotsnowsels commenté…
Aw, thanks so much! ^_^ But that was one character in a white background. I still might be able to do it if I spent hours on it, but the thing is I don't HAVE many hours for art since I have so many other hobbies and such. Not to mention school. il y a plus d’un an
hotsnowsels à dit à propos de Les Pingouins de Madagascar
I learned something interesting. For Christmas, I got an 'Imponderables' book, a collection of intriguing and somewhat pointless questions. One of the questions was, 'Do Penguins Have Knees?', which is also the book's title. Apparently, the answer is YES, the knees are just hidden par their feathers. If toi want the complete scientific answer, read the following comment. posté il y a plus d’un an
hotsnowsels commenté…
"Penguins, like other birds, have legs divided into three segments. The upper segment, the equivalent of our thigh, and the middle segment, the equivalent of our shinbone, ou the drumstick of a chicken, are both quite short in penguins. When we see flamingos, ou other birds with long legs, they appear to possess a knee turned backwards, but these are not the equivalent of a human knee. Penguins, flamingos, and other birds do have knees, with patellas (knee caps) that bend and function much like their human counterparts. We spoke to Dr. Don Bruning, curator of ornithology at the New York Zoological Park (better known as the Bronx Zoo), who told us that the backwards joint (continued...) il y a plus d’un an
hotsnowsels commenté…
that we perceive as a knee in flamingos actually separates the bird equivalent of the ankle from the Bones of the upper foot. The area below the backwards joint is not the lower leg but the upper areas of the foot. In other words, penguins (and other birds) stand on their toes, like ballet dancers. (Personal side note: Haha! What would Skipper say to that?) Penguins are birds, of course, but their element is water rather than sky. Penguins may waddle on land, but their legs help make them swimming machines. Penguins use their wings as propellers in the water, and their elongated feet act as rudders. So rest assured. Even if toi can't see them, penguins have legs (with knees). And they know how to use them." il y a plus d’un an
SJF_Penguin2 commenté…
I've heard of that book. This was a nice fact to share from it. il y a plus d’un an
hotsnowsels à dit à propos de Les Pingouins de Madagascar
Hello fanguins! If any of toi are interested, I've started a new fanfiction project, 'Conquering the Tempest.' It details Skipper and Kowalski's first time working on the same team, together with the daughter of Skipper's commander. They'll have to work together to even survive South America, let alone stop a devious crocodile supervillain. Here's the link if toi want to read: link posté il y a plus d’un an
SJF_Penguin2 commenté…
Stories involving characters' past experiences are often interesting to read. I've read the three chapters that have been published so far, and I think a good adventure is developing. I'd recommend it. il y a plus d’un an
peacebaby7 commenté…
I'll read it when I have copy/paste. On my cell. :3 il y a plus d’un an
MaxTheCat commenté…
Hmmm sounds interesting :P il y a plus d’un an
LeonardFan commenté…
Nice one SJF! XD il y a plus d’un an