Last week I discussed The Living Seas and it’s current incarnation, The Seas with Nemo and Friends. If you recall, my issue with this is not necessarily that Nemo was included in the attraction, but in how Nemo was included. In a second post, I spoke about Toonification, and how I believe that is can be done well at Ecpot, and still hold true to the fundamental ideals that made Epcot stand out in the past. The problem with The Seas with Nemo and Friends lies in the fact that the attraction is sub-par, whether it has characters or not.
What I would like to present this week is an idea that might help make this attraction fit in more with the attraction’s great history of education and entertainment. I’ve not gone so far as to write a script for it, nor describe each and every turn. Disney would have to pay me a bit more than they do (currently topping off at around -$3000 / year based on my last few year’s financial records). That said, I think that I can give some broad strokes, paired with some hastily (and poorly) done art to try and get the idea across.Read More