"The cold never bothered me anyway."
While it felt a lot like a stage show to me, I did definitely enjoy Frozen, and Elsa’s song was super catchy.
Something this movie (and the concept art/fanart) really inspires me to work on is textures and patterns and transparency effects. Beautiful style. <3
That was the point though—it was meant to sound and resemble Broadway’s type of musicals. They did hire singers from Broadway, after all, and I can see Frozen becoming a musical at some point. Fingers crossed!
Glad Paige and I weren’t the only ones to notice the Broadway-inspired sound and feel of the film. Definitely really loved it, I wish they would continue it with future films. Loved Idina as Elsa. Very awesome.
Asked by Anonymous
I’m assuming this is in response to the author q&a I posted the other day—though I’m not sure what I said to put you in FULL CAPS LOCK MODE. Then again, I’ve been getting messages like this quite a bit lately. I don’t usually respond to them, because it doesn’t seem like there’s much point, but oh why not, imma try.
1. I’m grateful for every reader, and as a reader myself, I know what it is to invest in a character, a ship, a world. You have every right to love or hate a story on your own terms and to be vocal about it.
2. Authors have the right to take their stories wherever they see fit.
3. The final book in a series is always tough and there is no conclusion that will make everyone happy.
4. Even if there were, trust me when I say this: You don’t want authors spending their time trying to make everyone happy. That’s how you get boring books. Scared artists make bad art.
5. I’m going to have you to deal with? Really? Tell ya what…
The ending you hate may be the ending someone else loves.
The ending you hate may be the only one that lets the author sleep at night.
And more importantly, the idea of threatening or bullying anyone into to giving you what you want—online or offline—is gross.
Wise words from Leigh.