gonnahavealittlefun asked: Jack's eye raised when Glowworm suggested that they cuddle again. Of course that was exactly what he wanted, but there was a distinct problem with that plan. He glanced from the bubbles to Glowworm and pursed his lips. Turning his partner down was out of the question, so Jack shifted in the water, careful to make sure he stayed as submerged as possible. He settled in against Glowworm, resting his shoulders just below the spirit's scars. "I do like some cuddles."
Jack knew he was probably pushing things for himself, but he knew he needed to. That… and he really did want to cuddle. Annd he didn’t want to make his partner feel like they couldn’t. Jack was just nervous. And so, when the other spirit settled against him, he wrapped his arms around the other.
This was fine. At least it would be fine. A small, yet contented sigh escaped the teal-haired spirit as he leaned his head down to rest on his partner’s. As long as there were no accidental touches… Though he wouldn’t lie, the urge to tease Froyo was very prominent. However, he kept himself at bay, wanting both of them to feel comfortable. “I know you do,” he mused in response.
There was a pause, then, before a smirk found its way onto his lips and into his voice, “Y’know, this was probably a bad idea. I’m in the perfect position to earn my new fancy fingers name.” It was a simple tease. He doubted he would go through with anything — he just needed to calm his nerves.
gonnahavealittlefun asked: It took him a second to realize exactly what it was he was being accused of doing on purpose. Whoooops. Jack moved, sliding himself back up so that his body sank below the bubbles again. "I wasn't doing it on purpose. I was just getting comfortable." He'd actually gotten swept away in their little banter and forgotten what it was that had sparked their conversation to start with. "Glad to know you give me so much credit for being devious though."
Jack might have shot his partner an accusing look had it not been for the sincerity in Froyo’s actions. Instead, a smirk would play on Jack’s lips as he gave a small shrug. “Why wouldn’t I?” he asked. They were exploring something new between the two of them — so why not try to be devious from time to time?
There was silence for another moment or so as the teal-haired spirit watched the bubbles between them. He had an idea… and he hoped it worked. Though before he could put too much more thought into it, he turned his attention back up to the spirit before him. “Y’know, if you still wanna cuddle, you can come here.” There was a smirk still on his lips as he opened his arms for his partner. Things should be fine like that. He hoped anyway.
A mythological Pooka who travels the galaxy, E. Aster Bunnymund specializes in making delicious chocolates -and battling evil. Part sorcerer, part ninja, and completely brilliant, Bunnymund is hard to find but well worth the search.
This scene right here is one of my favorites of the whole Rise of the Guardians movie for various reasons. First, not only the animation is flawless but they managed to show and transmit the emotions the characters feel but they make you feel closer to them; Jamie and Jack’s emotions and expressions and the frost/snow, make the scene feel magical and real.
Secondly, this scene is one of the most emotional parts of the movie where Jamie makes a question that most of the kids do. “Are they real?” However, during the movie the importance of Jamie’s decision to keep believing or not may decide the future of the Guardians since the kids no longer believe in them.
But what I think it is the most beautiful part of this scene is how there are two points of view in the scene; one part is on Jamie’s POV and another part is on Jack’s POV. When the scene is on Jamie’s POV, Jack is invisible, though the frost that the guardian creates is not. However, on Jack’s POV, he is visible. At the end, both POVs get together when Jamie believes in Jack Frost.
Not only this scene’s animation is flawless but the design and production is as well.