Doctor: 'We can't stop now, Derpy, keep going! Keep going! Computer! Get us out NOW!'
Derpy: 'Aww bye bye, kitty!'
The Doctor tries out a new time machine. The CTX Time Rover! XD
Well, I figured I'd continue the Disney crossovers into other realms. So here we go, straight from Disney World's Animal Kingdom, "DINOSAUR", formerly known as "Countdown to Extinction", if you remember it when the ride was opened. And I figured who better for a time machine ride than Doctor Whooves and his time traveling companion, Derpy!
Probably my favorite theme park ride of all time.
It's just so cool!
328 Layers (Nearly crashed my computer), Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop CS4, six hours.
I lost them for good....but i did however find a twenty dollar bill on the ground,so after that,we went to buy some new ones,but then my eyes got used to not having glasses,so could've kept the money...
Lt. Zofia : "We have escaped into the past, comrade General. But I am afraid that our superior Soviet engineers increased the efficiency of the American power plants too much. We have arrived more than 65 million years in the past. Stand by, comrade while we attempt another time shift."
My mother works for Disney, so I got to ride it when the park was still in testing. It was better then: you actually saw the asteroid hit the planet and the rover thing shook to make you "feel" it. It was way cooler than the current version. (Unless they've added it back in since I was there last.)
It's still one of the better theme park rides, though. But I'll still love Big Thunder Mountain. \m/
The earliest time I remember riding it was in 1999, right before they changed it. It terrified the living hay outta me, but man I loved it. Albeit, it's still great now, just not quite as great as it once was. And no, the asteroid impact wasn't added back to the best of my knowledge, they still have the blast of air and the flash of light right before you go under the Carnotaurus, but no thud of the impact.
Big Thunder Mountain, now there's a classic. I think I may just draw something for that one too
I actually thought of a cool addition to the ride. The rover stops short in some mud and after seven seconds, the jungle goes silent except for booming footsteps. The doctor then says "What was that?" before the Carnotaurus charges from behind and gets so close the passengers can feel its breath and rams the rover with its head, knocking it out of the mud and sending it down a hil which results in the rover having to find a long way up and you lose a lot of time.