- published: 11 Feb 2017
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WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK IS THIS?!
I'm pretty bored at the moment so I decided to whip up this custom YTV logo. I decided to based the animation on the 2014 and the 2012 YTV Original logos to give it that fast-paced look. For the shading, I decided to add ambient occlusion to make the shading look realistic. Also, huge shout-out to 538Lyons's amazing YTV font. The font looks like the original in every way! Took me 20 minutes surprisingly to render it. I thought it's gonna take over 5 hours or so but it didn't. Anyhow, hope you like it! :) -Blender 3D 2.77 for the modelling and the animation. -Sony Vegas Pro 12 for adding the sound effects.
SHAKE YOUR BOOTY!
The Irken race is having a great assigning for Operation Impending Doom II, where all Invaders are assigned a planet to conquer. Zim is not invited, as he nearly destroyed the planet Irk during Operation Impending Doom I; yet turns up anyway, and hoping to never deal with him again, The Almighty Tallest send Zim on a fake mission to the edges of their known universe and issue him a dysfunctional Standard Information Retrieval unit who called himself "GIR", where they hope he will die/be lost and never found. Unfortunately, there is a planet called Earth on the outskirts of the Irken universe, and when Zim finds this world (months later) he assumes this is the subject of his "mission". After arriving on Earth, Zim attempts to fit in and fools everyone except his schoolmate Dib, a young para...
Taken from a December 1996 showing of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" on YTV. I'm not sure of the exact date, but as I noted on my Rudolph commercial break video(s), another user posted in my inbox saying it was from 1996, not 1995 as I thought it was, so I'm guessing that this, which was likely recorded several weeks later, was also from 1996. I'm not entirely sure, but what I do remember was that I was scared of much of the Keep It Weird bumpers. Specially the one with the bee - or was it a fly? Sorry I didn't get much else :( but this was recorded LONG before the advent of video-sharing sites, when my parents didn't give a flying feather about how much these ads could be worth. (though for some reason they left most of the commercials on that Rudolph recording on the exact same tape this wa...