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'''''Creative Galaxy''''' is a 2013 animated series produced by Creator/AmazonStudios for Amazon. The series focuses on the adventures of Arty, a young green alien boy with an amazing talent and enthusiasm for art in many forms. In each installment, Arty is joined by his shapeshifting blob friend Epiphany as well as his mother, father, baby sister Georgia and one or more friends. Every story involves an art-related problem to solve, which Arty takes care of by hopping in his Creative Spark rocket ship to visit artistic worlds such as Paperia or Fabrictopia. ''Creative Galaxy'' currently has two seasons and is available to anyone who has Amazon Prime or is subscribed to Amazon's separate Amazon Video service. The first episode has also been made available freely on Amazon and other sources for anyone that wants to sample it. The series is from Out of the Blue Enterprises, a company formed by many of the creators of ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues'' and many of the staff that worked on that show are involved with this one, such as Angela C. Santomero. Donovan Patton, "Joe" of ''Blue's Clues'', voices a chef in the show's second season.

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'''''Creative Galaxy''''' is a 2013 animated series produced by Creator/AmazonStudios for Amazon.Creator/PrimeVideo. The series focuses on the adventures of Arty, a young green alien boy with an amazing talent and enthusiasm for art in many forms. In each installment, Arty is joined by his shapeshifting blob friend Epiphany as well as his mother, father, baby sister Georgia and one or more friends. Every story involves an art-related problem to solve, which Arty takes care of by hopping in his Creative Spark rocket ship to visit artistic worlds such as Paperia or Fabrictopia. ''Creative Galaxy'' currently has two seasons and is available to anyone who has Amazon Prime or is subscribed to Amazon's separate Amazon Video service. The first episode has also been made available freely on Amazon and other sources for anyone that wants to sample it. The series is from Out of the Blue Enterprises, a company formed by many of the creators of ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues'' and many of the staff that worked on that show are involved with this one, such as Angela C. Santomero. Donovan Patton, "Joe" of ''Blue's Clues'', voices a chef in the show's second season.


* StockAnimalDiet: In the Easter episode, Arty has to stop the EasterBunny from eating up the carrots that they're using to make orange coloring for the Easter eggs. At the end of the episode, Arty and his family entice the Easter Bunny to join for Easter dinner with the promise of carrot cake for desert.

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* StockAnimalDiet: In the Easter episode, Arty has to stop the EasterBunny from eating up the carrots that they're using to make orange coloring for the Easter eggs. At the end of the episode, Arty and his family entice the Easter Bunny to join for Easter dinner with the promise of carrot cake for desert.dessert.


[[caption-width-right:350:"We can fix this art!"]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:"We can fix this with art!"]]

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* {{Flight}}: Captain Paper can achieve this power via another of his powers: he's able to [[{{Shapeshifting}} shapeshift]] into a paper airplane.


* CatchPhrase: "We can fix it with art!" or variations such as "Do you think we can fix this problem with art?" Also, "it's my masterpiece" and variations on that.

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* CatchPhrase: "We can fix it with art!" or variations such as "Do you think we can fix this problem with art?" Also, "it's my masterpiece" and variations on that. Captain Paper has "Did I hear somebody say paper?!"


* FantasyHelmetEnforcement: Arty and his friends don't go anywhere on Arty's Creative Spark rocket ship without making sure to first "buckle up."

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* FantasyHelmetEnforcement: Arty and his friends don't go anywhere on Arty's Creative Spark rocket ship without making sure to first "buckle up."" Arty's shapeshifting blob friend, Epiphany, gets a pass because she doesn't ride on the ship, she just floats like she always does, traveling alongside the trip.

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* SatelliteCharacter: Epiphany's role is generally to hang floating around Arty, animating the Creative Spark rocket ship, repeating things that are said, and occasionally shapeshifting to reflect something that Arty is thinking or which is being talked about. About the only exception to this is in the second season story "Epiphany's Dino Dance / Epiphany and Eureka," in which Epiphany somehow suddenly becomes a full character, expressing her anger (in the [[ThirdPersonPerson third person]]) after losing a game of spaceball, and playing with a friend named Eureka that looks just like her except for being blue instead of purple.

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* EdutainmentShow: With a focus on inspiring imagination and creativity when it comes to art of all types, from painting, to sculpture, to dance. And since it's from the creators of ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues'', you can bet that they're also trying to teach pro-social lessons, such as healthy ways to deal with feelings or finding something fun to do when one is bored.

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* FantasyHelmetEnforcement: Arty and his friends don't go anywhere on Arty's Creative Spark rocket ship without making sure to first "buckle up."


* StockAnimalDiet: In the Easter episode, Arty has to stop the EasterBunny from eating up the carrots that they're using to make orange coloring for the Easter eggs.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Captain Paper. "Captain Paper likes all of your costumes!"

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* StockAnimalDiet: In the Easter episode, Arty has to stop the EasterBunny from eating up the carrots that they're using to make orange coloring for the Easter eggs.
eggs. At the end of the episode, Arty and his family entice the Easter Bunny to join for Easter dinner with the promise of carrot cake for desert.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Captain Paper. "Captain Paper likes all of your costumes!"costumes!" Epiphany also speaks this way during the rare times she actually speaks of herself.

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* ContinuityNod: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] - when Arty visits Cooktopia in the second story of the Easter episode, having been there in the first story, Chef Zesty makes a passing comment about him being "back so soon."


* EasterBunny: Appears in the flesh in the first half of the show's Easter episode, "Arty's Eggcellent Adventure / Hoppy Easter Dinner." Arty has to help him (her? It's not really [[ViewerGenderConfusion made clear) out because the Easter eggs got broken when s/he accidentally dropped the basket.

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* EasterBunny: Appears in the flesh in the first half of the show's Easter episode, "Arty's Eggcellent Adventure / Hoppy Easter Dinner." Arty has to help him (her? It's not really [[ViewerGenderConfusion made clear) clear]]) out because the Easter eggs got broken when s/he accidentally dropped the basket.

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* EasterBunny: Appears in the flesh in the first half of the show's Easter episode, "Arty's Eggcellent Adventure / Hoppy Easter Dinner." Arty has to help him (her? It's not really [[ViewerGenderConfusion made clear) out because the Easter eggs got broken when s/he accidentally dropped the basket.


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* StockAnimalDiet: In the Easter episode, Arty has to stop the EasterBunny from eating up the carrots that they're using to make orange coloring for the Easter eggs.

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* ThirdPersonPerson: Captain Paper. "Captain Paper likes all of your costumes!"

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