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Hue Jackman

meme-meme:

Hue Jackman

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ceruleanpineapple:

why do so many people think spiders are evil and out to get you
look at this fucking nerd run away in an overly dramatic cartoonish way just because something touched its butt

ceruleanpineapple:

why do so many people think spiders are evil and out to get you

look at this fucking nerd run away in an overly dramatic cartoonish way just because something touched its butt

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dragguns:

enoshima-junko:

askayallqu:

Isn’t this that daft punk song

regular softer harder porridge is my favourite daft punk song

work it regularmake it softer do it harder makes us porridgeMore than hourshours after minutesmenu made in japan

dragguns:

enoshima-junko:

askayallqu:

Isn’t this that daft punk song

regular softer harder porridge is my favourite daft punk song

work it regular
make it softer
do it harder
makes us porridge
More than hours
hours after minutes
menu made in japan

'This is Baloo, an American Black Bear- he's 12 years old, and he's been in this wildlife sanctuary here in Atlanta ever since he was a little cub, and all through his life, even into adulthood, he's been keeping company with a couple of animals- well, you just wouldn't expect.'

A Black Bear named Baloo & his best friend Shere-Khan, a 12 year old Bengal Tiger.

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asianninnvasionn:

musermatt:

superkim111:

no-the-fandoms-protested:

musermatt:

iamthepizzaslut:

YA’LL WANNA SEE WHAT A “REAL FAN” LOOKS LIKE

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CUZ THERE’S ONE STANDING IN THIS ROOM RIGHT NOW

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WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU TO DEFINE WHAT A “REAL FAN” IS

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WHAT MAKES ONE FAN MORE “REAL” THAN ANOTHER

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MINE KEEPS ME QUITE COOL IN THE SUMMER MONTHS

Ship them

He keeps her cool.

She blows him away.

Their relationship?

Fan-tastic!

GET OUT

omg.

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"

some insight in to Milt Kahl’s animation process…

"The notes on the exposure sheet were to remind [the animator of points covered in his discussions with the director]. In a dialogue scene, you wouldn’t need anything like that; you’d do it through thumbnails. But there are scenes that don’t involve dialogue, where your timing is completely loose. Then, I will put notes on the exposure sheet. I’ll go through it with a stopwatch—especially if it’s a long scene—and time it overall, and then I’ll begin timing details. I’ll time it from one thing to another, all the way through. I’ll do it several times until I’ve got it pretty well down. Then I’ll put it on the sheet, because there’s no sense in doing it all over again. That was what the directors were doing even back in the shorts days. You can bet your hat that the notes on the exposure sheets for Norm Ferguson’s scenes, or Fred Moore’s scenes, were contributed to by both parties [the director and the animator]; the director was not a dictator. Sometimes you get people that you have to hand work out to, as a director, who really shouldn’t be doing it, but somebody has to do it. [The notations on an exposure sheet] would amount to instructions, because you’ve both talked them over, and you’ve decided that this is what you should do, and you’ll probably stick to the plan. It’s the way I do it myself; as I said at this seminar, I’ll do all my exploring in thumbnails, and kind of decide how I’m going to do it. By the time I get to actually animating a scene, I know how I’m going to do it. Any full-size drawing for that scene is a very specific thing that I’ve already decided on. I’ll stick to that plan, unless I get a big brainstorm"

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zizicat:

I just wanted a gifset of all three… (x,x,x)

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prostheticknowledge:

RIOT

In-development indie game is a riot simulator based on real-world events - video embedded below:

As the economical crisis advances, the discontent of an entire population cannot help but outburst in Riots, where the sounds of many voices get heard at once. The Director Leonard Menchiari has been experiencing this form of protest in person, and the game “RIOT” was born as a way to express it and to tell the stories of these fights. What is that triggers such a strife? What does a cop feel during the conflict? In “Riot”, the player will experience both sides of a fight in which there is no such thing as “victory” or “defeat”.

The game is due to be released later this year.

More Here

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fashioninfographics:

A visual Coat glossary

fashioninfographics:

A visual Coat glossary

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bruceselalulapar:

rivendown:

ramblings-andthoughts:

clockchimesthirteen:

luridel:

bladekuroda:

tendax:

"They were both educated men on a ship of scoundrels."
-Rowena Cory Daniels, The Usurper

Two books were equidistant to me. Lets see…1) “[…]like twisting eels fighting in clouded waters” - Sea of Sorrows2) “You’re going to be top-eyes on this game, Bug,” - Locke Lamora, The Lies of Locke Lamora… Well then.

"Although this version worked well enough within the frame of the novel, although it was true to Ernie Wright’s need to understand and reach a reconciliation with his own history, although it clarified real events and gave them a neat ending, it was a contrivance." - A Brief Guide to Other Histories, Paul McAuley (Anthology: Other Worlds Than These)
What.

“‘So well intended, and yet so insulting,’ Gale whispers in my ear.” - Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay

"What’s all this trouble?" - J.R.R. Tolkien The Hobbit (Sounds about right..)

"Taking no further notice of him, she walked towards the outer door to close it and uttered a sudden scream on seeing her husband on his knees in the doorway." Crime and Punishment

"—but shrug off that middle-class chip on your shoulder and stick with me a little longer." - David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas



“…encourages pioneering work in the building of dams and hydraulic devices.”
- Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Creativity

bruceselalulapar:

rivendown:

ramblings-andthoughts:

clockchimesthirteen:

luridel:

bladekuroda:

tendax:

"They were both educated men on a ship of scoundrels."

-Rowena Cory Daniels, The Usurper

Two books were equidistant to me. Lets see…
1) “[…]like twisting eels fighting in clouded waters” - Sea of Sorrows

2) “You’re going to be top-eyes on this game, Bug,” - Locke Lamora, The Lies of Locke Lamora

… Well then.

"Although this version worked well enough within the frame of the novel, although it was true to Ernie Wright’s need to understand and reach a reconciliation with his own history, although it clarified real events and gave them a neat ending, it was a contrivance." - A Brief Guide to Other Histories, Paul McAuley (Anthology: Other Worlds Than These)

What.

“‘So well intended, and yet so insulting,’ Gale whispers in my ear.” - Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay

"What’s all this trouble?" - J.R.R. Tolkien The Hobbit (Sounds about right..)

"Taking no further notice of him, she walked towards the outer door to close it and uttered a sudden scream on seeing her husband on his knees in the doorway." Crime and Punishment

"—but shrug off that middle-class chip on your shoulder and stick with me a little longer." - David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas

“…encourages pioneering work in the building of dams and hydraulic devices.” - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Creativity

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