How exactly did all of these themes and situations get approved by a television studio? Stuff like breast expansion, periods, divorce, infidelity, cuckolding and someone's towel falling off is pretty easy for a kids show, how did they do it?Read more >
How many of us have complications in our lives that parallel to what was shown on Braceface? I mean, we fear being fat, have peer pressure, develop changes in relationships and change in lifestyles. --Aggression25 (talk) 03:10, February 5, 2016 (UTC)Read more >
Josh Spitz, or whom I'd like to call, Joshua Chauncy Orville Spitz (not his real name, I gave him that name just for fun, but I would like that to be his name, at least the Orville part), is my most favorite character on Braceface and my main reason for watching Braceface. I like almost all the episodes that feature him. The episodes that don't feature him, don't mean that much to me, but it's still a good show. Josh has also been one of my most favorite cartoon characters in existence. I liked him since 2004, when Braceface was on Disney Channel (on basic cable) back in 2004-2005, and my interest in him increased in early 2005. He also reminded me of Jim and Tim Possibe from Kim Possible (which is also a Disney cartoon)
Josh is really cute…Read more >
Seeing as I am having trouble co-relating the Australian education system and the one used in Braceface, I figured I should post my notes here and see if anyone can clear up the confusion.
This is how our school system is organized:
Kindergarten Children around 5 years or younger
Primary School, Up to Grade 6 Age 12 in Grade 6
High School, Grades 7 to 10 13 in grade 7, 16 in grade 10
College, Grades 11 to 12 17-18
Which is why I'm confused as to how Sharon at the age of 14 can be counted in grade 9.Read more >
If she was in Australia, to be in grade 9 at 14 would mean she'd been skipped directly from grade 7 to grade 9 without doing grade 8 inbetween.
I was wondering what Sharon would be like if she found a way to control her electromagnetic powers?
I reasoned she'd need a metallic battlesuit to focus and release the charge in a controlled manner.
So I came up with this concept:Read more >
The one on the left is her battlesuit.
The one on the left is an insulating bodysuit she wears under the battlesuit.
The suit is composed of a durable, but flexible metallic cloth.
The gloves of the suit fire electromagnetic blasts. They will also generate a magnetic attraction to metallic objects, which can be used to pull them towards/repel them from Sharon or create an unbreakable grip to metallic surfaces.
The soles of the boots will magnetize to metallic surfaces and will also deliver a el…
This is an article about animals I've known during my life. Keep in mind some of these photos are a bit old and given the relatively short lifespan of animals, some of them are no longer in the land of the living.
Let's start with my pets: Sleepy This was my dog, a mixed breed Jack Russell Terrier. I have no idea who the father was, the mother got out and came back pregnant. Since the puppies were not purebred, the owners sold them cheap at a school market.
I also bred cavies, but more for intelligence then breed standards, which is why I often ended up with a mixed breed animal.
Fuzzy The eldest guinea pig, not very sociable.
Named for the distinctive fur pattern (it's a show breed feature).
Squeaky I named him this because he was the most voc…
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Just a little informal thesis I've been working on for a while now.
I was reading a book on the raising of rats as pets (because I was curious about how it would be different from keeping cavies) and in the chapter on nutrition, it defined what rats need to consume. Short version, 85% plant material, 15% fish, since that's what they consume in the wild. The book referred to this as a textbook omnivorous diet.
Later on, I heard that (in terms of biology), humans have the same dietary requirements as rats. Which made me wonder, why have we (as a species) so obviously resisted what nature has decreed?
I've heard the argument time and again that we're meant to be carnivores.
But all you have to do to refute that is look inside your mouth. If we we…Read more >
I am experimenting with some character concept images for fanart purposes. Here is my initial test batch.
Some background for my process. Since I sometimes work on Crossover art (I have an idea for Kim Possible meeting Sharon), if there are incompatiblities in the artwork style, I try to fix it so the images look compatible.
In this case, I had to smooth out the sharp angles on the cheek and forehead. It was tricky to do that and keep the characters looking close enough to their original versions.
Sharon and Nina in particular had to be completely reworked, as their initial versions weren't very good. These two are the only ones I am 100% happy with.
Maria, I'd give her a 90% rating. Alyson, 80%. I'm not sure how to rate Alden.
Connor is the on…Read more >
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