And that was just adorable.
Regarding this, I feel it's pretty in-character for the show's Gallus to act hostile in an uncomfortable situation even around friends, so it made sense for Gabriella.She conveys her frustration well in her first few exchanges with Sandbar, and he's so amazingly sweet at trying to learn the ropes and help her out. Gabby and Sandbar are good at explaining and working through her first shows of frustration and aggression, but then she does this. It just hits a point or two where she comes across as blatantly bitchy to someone trying to help her - and a close friend who she feels safe confiding in and everything.
I vaguely know of this guy. Was he the one who recorded music with Michelle Creber? Anyway, I'll share this around.So it seems that BlackGryphon, a content creator and Semi VA could be a scumbag:
I mean, Sophie said other crew members thought it was odd and it seems there were rumours he might have dated her before legal ageTalked about it on two Discords and ultimately, the accusation here is simply that it's creepy that he would hang out with a girl a lot when she was a young teen and then date her once she became 18. That is usually bad in and of itself, but Black Gryphon is family friends with the Crebers and said hanging out was often with the VAs' parents around. Given no one actually involved in any of this had said anything bad about him, and Claire herself is in her 20s now, there isn't really anything we can or should do. Maybe there was grooming, but we don't have direct evidence of that.
I'm all for blacklisting Black Gryphon, though. I'd say I won't post his stuff, but he hasn't done much MLP related in years anyway.
Yes, that's true, but we don't have any solid proof or anyone closely involved with them claiming anything bad happened.
He's dating someone he regularly interacted with when she was a child and he was an adult. That will never not be creepy.
Clair said he never did
It's easy to forgot how little crew overlap there is between FiM and EQG.As for me personally, I guess I never thought about any crossovers except with MLP, since those were the only crossovers we ever did. And those were challenging enough! Our storyboard team on EG was pretty small and most of us never worked on MLP, so we had to learn some of the tone and visual language of that show if the characters ever went over to Equestria. To say nothing of having to learn how to draw ponies, and then figure out how to make them do basic things like pick up an object or gesture while walking… or even just make them walk in general. (I remember having a hard time remembering how to make a quadruped walk during Spring Breakdown and was getting a lot of horse-related headaches because even basics were suddenly really challenging. To say nothing of the board artist for that episode trying to do blocking in a round room with a round table.) So given how difficult crossing over two aesthetically pretty similar but not identical shows was, I can’t even imagine what a challenge crossing over very different ones would be.
I do get the feeling they didn't put as much effort into the cohesion of the designs for this show, but of course we'll have to see how everything looks in the show proper.