"of course, buddy- i believe you!"
Make guests look forward to sleeping on the couch. This futon converts into a bunk bed in about five steps. Sold on BonBon.
Forgot I had finished to draw this guy last week. :)
human Badcop/good cop from lego movie.:) (well i should draw cutie good cop too now.)
Well, this was slightly unexpected. She would have thought a different person entirely would have been ‘good cop’, but this was an interesting twist.
< "Oh, so you two are the
same person.." >
"...Same person?"It had been a very long time since anyone had called them that.
While Good Cop understood that it was an honest mistake, Bad Cop hated that misconception.
Good Cop frowned a little, almost pouting.
"I'm sorry, but I think you made a mistake.
We're very different people, ma'am."
((when i get a tablet to draw with some day the first thing imma draw is human!gcbc with red hair and freckles
bc that’s my new human headcanon even tho there isn’t any art of him like that :c
that is if i actually draw something acceptable ))
"Although… You did let the Piece of Resistance go. The one thing that could ruin my plans. The one thing that I asked for you to do".
The delivery of this scene, the voice acting, the animation, the expression. It’s really quite chilling how easily Lord Business is able to go from smile to snarl in a matter of moments. To act friendly and agreeable and charismatic one moment and then downright aggressive and cruel the next. He’s volatile and unpredictable and that makes him really dangerous (and a fantastic villain).
And you can see how Bad Cop is really shrinking away from him (LB boops BC with his helmet though omg), because he’s been with LB long enough to know that LB’s accusatory tone is nothing to take lightly. And the way he flails about in the air before getting slammed against the window again and again, each dull thonk against the glass emphasizing LB’s words, it’s really quite violent and painful to watch!
These gifs don’t do the voice acting in this scene justice at all. The way LB’s tone changes from really nonchalant and cheerful to shouting himself, almost into, hysterics. Especially in the last gif. LB has this really whiney voice, like a child being denied something, but then there’s this really sinister quiet chuckling that follows while Bad Cop’s voice is almost a mutter, with this edge of quiet desperation.
There’s just so much emotion in this scene. And they’re Legos.
(Also, if you look at the 2nd and 3rd gifs you can see the robot, who got hit by the band-aid LB threw at it, getting dragged around by the other robot who got stuck while trying to help)
< "That might be because I'm
not just a robot. I'm an
But, Sometimes it's better to have
spineless robots around." >
Because if they weren’t, then they’d start getting smart. Like some certain cores back at Aperture did.
< "Oh, well I take it a 'Good Cop
must be around somewhere then
too, am I wrong?" >
Nᴇᴠᴇʀ ᴋɴᴇᴡ ᴛʜᴇʀᴇ ᴡᴀs ᴍᴜᴄʜ ᴏғ ᴀ ᴅɪғғᴇʀᴇɴᴄᴇ.”
But this ‘GLaDOS’ was proof that, yes, there was quite a difference in programming and actual intelligence.
"Tʜᴇʏ’ʀᴇ ʜᴇʟᴘғᴜʟ ᴇɴᴏᴜɢʜ…"
His robot coworkers were nevergood for conversation, though. (But Bad Cop never was the sociable kind of person, anyway.)
"I'm here, ma'am!
" Good Cop piped up happily, removing the shades from his flip glasses.
"I'd be more than happy to talk to you, too!
Spaceship! Spaceship! Spaceship!
this is the first time i ever use my pink promarker