So, this is what really happened… So, this is what really happened…
Help An Aspiring Animator Make “Last Stand of the Wreckers: The Movie!”
That’s right, folks! This campaign is still going strong! As of the writing of this post, I have managed to purchase three of the seven essential components for my animation computer with the help of you generous fans, but we’ve still got a ways to go! Remember, even a few spare dollars will help! You can help this dream come to reality by donating here!
But wait… What’s all this about?
Incase you haven’t happened across my first post about this, allow me to explain…
I have been wanting to be an animator for a very long time. This campaign was started so you, my fellow Transformers fans, could pitch in and help me build the computer I need to make high quality animation. As a way to say thanks, my first production will be an animated movie adaption of the iconic Transformers comic ‘Last Stand of the Wreckers’! Once finished, it will be released for free on the internet for the world to enjoy. The above picture is an example of what I am able to do on my current computer, but I’m afraid it is the upper limit of what my laptop can handle. Thus, if you would like to help me eliminate these hardware limits, please consider donating to the campaign. A mere five US dollars is all you need to give to receive a reward. Speaking of which…
Donation Rewards Have Been Updated!
That’s right! Since the first few days of the campaign were so successful, I’ve decided to add a proper reward for donating a minimum of $5! (don’t worry, you can still have a hug if you want. And I’ll still think you’re groovy)
Those who donate $5 or more will be invited to an exclusive early stream of the film once it’s finished! That’s right, you get to see it earlier than everyone else! I’m planning to run the stream at least two weeks before the eventual release date, but more details on that will come later. Stay tuned!
But I still has no monies!
Don’t sweat it! I’m still going to be looking for volunteers to play voices in the film, so even if you can’t donate you may still be able to help in the production! And, as always, reblogging this post is the single most helpful thing you can do for me!!
Again, thank you to everyone who’s donated so far, and thank you in advance to all of you who consider donating in the future!
Anonymous asked: Hey lovely bunny-bee. Can I have a hug?
Yes, I’m always excepting hu…
"Bunny-bee"? I’m not sure I get the reference.
Bumblebee is unsure why a small, purple organic is fumbling around in his special reserve. How did it even get in his quarters anyway?
"You must be one of Blades’ mowers, huh? Or maybe you’re one of St3v3’s internet pets. Probably St3v3’s. You’re all purple like him too."
Bumblebee wasn’t too keen on having a possible Decepticon’s spy snooping around. He takes the cube away from the purple cat and gently scoots it with his pedes towards the door.
just-drifting-away asked: Ever since he came across the strange mech last night, Drift hadn't been able to get him out of his processor. It had been a long while since he's interacted with anyone. He figured it wouldn't hurt to try and reach out-- static would come through until he actually brought himself to speak, however.. [insert awkward moment of silence here]
Bumblebee heard static on his line, then an identifier appeared. Drift had returned his greeting, but not with words. Though never introduced formally, the yellow mech heard tails of the other’s bravery and selflessness. A mech that Rodimus came to rely on indefinitely, even if the sword-wielding mech was once a Decepticon.
Did Drift dial in by mistake? Why was there no sound?
—-//Hello, hello, hello. Paging Drift-sensei. ‘Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto.’ How many times have you heard that line?//—
He was hoping to get a chuckle, or even a groan might suffice. Anything to indicate that contact was deliberate.
[[ Passed my final exam, and my trainer sent me this:
I am now an official “Apple Bee”.]]