Why can’t rappers rap about nice things?

anna-mator:

demigodofmypants:

senzaspazi:

  • YEAH GIRL I’MMA TAKE YOUR CLOTHES OFF AND
  • put them in a closet for you cause it’s polite
  • YEAH BABY THAT’S RIGHT IMMA PICK YOU UP AND
  • carry you to your bed cause baby I know you tired
  • OH GIRL IMA SLAP DAT
  • broom out of your hand because you’ve had a long day at work, and i can do it myself. 
  • WAIT TILL YOU SEE MA
  • collection of politely worded love letters.

 #So basically if Tom Hiddleston was a rapper

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thetimetravelersguidetothegalaxy:

mydollyaviana:

A crash course on non-disney films and studios (sequels not included; list is not exhaustive)

aaaaaahhh it’s so beautiful good post

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Cillian Murphy by Mariano Vivanco

Cillian Murphy by Mariano Vivanco

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misterdiddums:

semen-twinkie:

automatonic-absinthe:

braeby:

neonreverberations:

Magical Fucking Bitch.

Nailed it.

magical eridan minaj

HEHEHEHEHeh

princess scary whore

8’)

magical tiger fucker

sounds intense

Doctor Yaoi Bitch. 

i have a phd and everything. 

Shitty Fucking Fucker

well ain’t that nice

moeasfuck:

nu-pogodi:

This is still one of my favorite videos on the internet.

It’s back

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gingerhaze:

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THE CONFRONTATION

BUB

consulting-time-detective:


melissaknowsthings:





Can we just for a moment actually look at this from an art/animating view?
I like this gif.  I really do.  I find Jack attractive, and it’s not just because I like teenage boys with white/silvery hair.  But as I’ve been looking at it I’ve been noticing all these little things that make CGI movies so realistic in a way, nowadays.
The strings on his hoodie.  As he turns, they move the way you’d expect them to, they look like they have the right weight or something. They fall the right way.  Someone watched people turning around in hoodies and made sure this was right.  A+ on the physics engine and the lighting system in this movie.  
At the ‘end’ of the loop watch his chest.  He’s breathing.  ”Of course he’s breathing,” you might say.  But he’s breathing.  His chest is expanding, like a real chest, not just from sighing or anything, but from just standing there and being a human.  You don’t even notice it, like you don’t really notice the breathing of yourself, or your friends, or your family, or anyone else.  It’s one of those things that brings subtle life to things and I’m just completely taken over it.
His ear.  ”But Melissa,” you say again, “It’s a fucking ear.”  Yes.  Yes it is.  It is a stylized ear, but look at the lighting.  It looks like it’s glowing red dully, and that’s not because he’s frosty and people get red on their ears when they’re cold.  It’s because light is going through his ear, and showing the blood in it, and so it looks red.  You never really think about it, but ears are pretty thin, and when the right light is on it  you can sort of see through it.  But only a little.  You can see the insides.  You know what I mean.
When he’s turning, his right arm is reasonably loose, and you can see the subtle movements from centrifugal forces or whatever, that his arm moves out and then back in again, and his hand moves with it in a way, and it’s adjusting the staff so that it stays on his shoulder instead of just flinging off into the sunset.   And if you look, the staff is making the proper bobbing for balancing, and it’s just like AJDFKSJAFJSDKAJFDA
His hair.  It moves and bounces just ever so slightly, and it’s so shiny and perfect, and I want it, and ajfDSAJFSAKJFSAJFSajfksxjvkaskreqw /dies
You can’t see it well in this, but throughout the entire movie when there was a particular closeup of Jack’s eyebrows, I was in love.  Sure, from far away they look like they’re just dark, but up close there are silvery white hairs in his eyebrows.  There are actually a lot of them, but they’re mixed in ever so slightly and it’s giving me an art boner.  I recently had to do a lot of work on hairlines and eyebrows, and you don’t really realize how important highlighting a few hairs here and there makes it so much more realistic than just a dark smear for an eyebrow.  As for why they decided to make his eyebrows dark, it’s because white eyebrows on a very pale person looks very strange and uncomfortable.  It doesn’t show up well on screen, for one, and emotions are shown much easier if the brows contrast with the skin.  The same goes for eyelashes.  Light eyelashes look unsettling, because we’re so used to seeing darker lashes break up the white of the skin and the white of the eye.  (I understand this point is moot with people who aren’t pasty white, but Jack is pasty white.)  From what I’ve seen, facial hair is commonly a little darker than head hair on white folks.  Unless you’re a weird ginger.  But getting back to his eyebrows, it’s fantastic that there’s brown and silver-white in there AND THEY HAVE INDIVIDUAL HAIRS ON HIS FACE
Also this son of a bitch has remotely realistic fingernails and I was freaking out because nails are terrifying to me.
The frost details on his hoodie reflect more light than the fabric and it’s SHINY.
And that’s why he feels real.





I think this film definitely deserves a lot more credit for it’s flawless animation.
And aside from Jack Frost, I kind of want to start talking about how Tooth was brilliant. Because seriously, her feathers were God damn realistic as hell and her movements didn’t odd like I expected they would.
Because it irks me when there are those films where there’s a Human/Fairy thing just looks awkward because they’re not really flying, they’re just hanging in the air and looking like they’re dangling from a string. BUT TOOTH WASN’T LIKE THAT. KUDOS TO YOU, ANIMATORS.
And the reason it looks so perfect is because they did a craptonne of tests so that when they animated her, they’d make her fly realistically instead of just thinking something like “U NO WUT SHE CAN FLY COZ MAGIC AND WINGZ LOOK PRETTY SO WE’LL KEEP THEM ANYWAYZ”. No, her wings actually do something. Or at least, they look like they do. 

“… tests based on a very simple hummingbird dragonfly kind of creature, with a little bit more weight because she’s bigger.”

OKAY, RIGHT.
I’m not an animation expert, I don’t study graphic design anymore at all, and physics and I broke up ages ago and it was a very messy end to our relationship, but although I’m stupidly educated in the ways of those important life things, I can still recognise when something moves the way it should. Or maybe I suck and I have no clue.
My favourite thing about the baby tooth fairies has to be the feathers though. 

Their tail feathers fan out, but you don’t really notice it when you’re watching because it’s so quick and you’re not meant to be focusing on that part of the screen. But they’re all animated individually. They’re all doing different things, their tails are fanning at different times to different degrees, it’s just. WHUT. 

HOW

DO YOU

ART AND ANIMATION?!

consulting-time-detective:

melissaknowsthings:

Can we just for a moment actually look at this from an art/animating view?

I like this gif.  I really do.  I find Jack attractive, and it’s not just because I like teenage boys with white/silvery hair.  But as I’ve been looking at it I’ve been noticing all these little things that make CGI movies so realistic in a way, nowadays.

  • The strings on his hoodie.  As he turns, they move the way you’d expect them to, they look like they have the right weight or something. They fall the right way.  Someone watched people turning around in hoodies and made sure this was right.  A+ on the physics engine and the lighting system in this movie.  
  • At the ‘end’ of the loop watch his chest.  He’s breathing.  ”Of course he’s breathing,” you might say.  But he’s breathing.  His chest is expanding, like a real chest, not just from sighing or anything, but from just standing there and being a human.  You don’t even notice it, like you don’t really notice the breathing of yourself, or your friends, or your family, or anyone else.  It’s one of those things that brings subtle life to things and I’m just completely taken over it.
  • His ear.  ”But Melissa,” you say again, “It’s a fucking ear.”  Yes.  Yes it is.  It is a stylized ear, but look at the lighting.  It looks like it’s glowing red dully, and that’s not because he’s frosty and people get red on their ears when they’re cold.  It’s because light is going through his ear, and showing the blood in it, and so it looks red.  You never really think about it, but ears are pretty thin, and when the right light is on it  you can sort of see through it.  But only a little.  You can see the insides.  You know what I mean.
  • When he’s turning, his right arm is reasonably loose, and you can see the subtle movements from centrifugal forces or whatever, that his arm moves out and then back in again, and his hand moves with it in a way, and it’s adjusting the staff so that it stays on his shoulder instead of just flinging off into the sunset.   And if you look, the staff is making the proper bobbing for balancing, and it’s just like AJDFKSJAFJSDKAJFDA
  • His hair.  It moves and bounces just ever so slightly, and it’s so shiny and perfect, and I want it, and ajfDSAJFSAKJFSAJFSajfksxjvkaskreqw /dies
  • You can’t see it well in this, but throughout the entire movie when there was a particular closeup of Jack’s eyebrows, I was in love.  Sure, from far away they look like they’re just dark, but up close there are silvery white hairs in his eyebrows.  There are actually a lot of them, but they’re mixed in ever so slightly and it’s giving me an art boner.  I recently had to do a lot of work on hairlines and eyebrows, and you don’t really realize how important highlighting a few hairs here and there makes it so much more realistic than just a dark smear for an eyebrow.  As for why they decided to make his eyebrows dark, it’s because white eyebrows on a very pale person looks very strange and uncomfortable.  It doesn’t show up well on screen, for one, and emotions are shown much easier if the brows contrast with the skin.  The same goes for eyelashes.  Light eyelashes look unsettling, because we’re so used to seeing darker lashes break up the white of the skin and the white of the eye.  (I understand this point is moot with people who aren’t pasty white, but Jack is pasty white.)  From what I’ve seen, facial hair is commonly a little darker than head hair on white folks.  Unless you’re a weird ginger.  But getting back to his eyebrows, it’s fantastic that there’s brown and silver-white in there AND THEY HAVE INDIVIDUAL HAIRS ON HIS FACE
  • Also this son of a bitch has remotely realistic fingernails and I was freaking out because nails are terrifying to me.
  • The frost details on his hoodie reflect more light than the fabric and it’s SHINY.

And that’s why he feels real.

I think this film definitely deserves a lot more credit for it’s flawless animation.

And aside from Jack Frost, I kind of want to start talking about how Tooth was brilliant. Because seriously, her feathers were God damn realistic as hell and her movements didn’t odd like I expected they would.

Because it irks me when there are those films where there’s a Human/Fairy thing just looks awkward because they’re not really flying, they’re just hanging in the air and looking like they’re dangling from a string. BUT TOOTH WASN’T LIKE THAT. KUDOS TO YOU, ANIMATORS.

And the reason it looks so perfect is because they did a craptonne of tests so that when they animated her, they’d make her fly realistically instead of just thinking something like “U NO WUT SHE CAN FLY COZ MAGIC AND WINGZ LOOK PRETTY SO WE’LL KEEP THEM ANYWAYZ”. No, her wings actually do something. Or at least, they look like they do. 

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“… tests based on a very simple hummingbird dragonfly kind of creature, with a little bit more weight because she’s bigger.”

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OKAY, RIGHT.

I’m not an animation expert, I don’t study graphic design anymore at all, and physics and I broke up ages ago and it was a very messy end to our relationship, but although I’m stupidly educated in the ways of those important life things, I can still recognise when something moves the way it should. 
Or maybe I suck and I have no clue.

My favourite thing about the baby tooth fairies has to be the feathers though. 

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Their tail feathers fan out, but you don’t really notice it when you’re watching because it’s so quick and you’re not meant to be focusing on that part of the screen. But they’re all animated individually. They’re all doing different things, their tails are fanning at different times to different degrees, it’s just. WHUT. 

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HOW

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DO YOU

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ART AND ANIMATION?!

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deflect:

deflect:

remember remember the sixth of november

verily we all owe a debt of gratitude to ishida uryuu who, on his birthday, did dedicate so much of himself to ensuring the obama victory

“on my pride as a quincy” he did swear “four more years”

ps this explains why ishida hasn’t been in the manga for so long

he’s been SO busy with the election

it all makes sense now

(via meguhime)

missredherring:

thirdrevelation:

Best Friend: Hiddles
First Kiss: Hiddles
Lover: Loki
Cockblocked by: Susannah
Married To: Hiddles in sunglasses
Killed by:  Tumblr

Best Friend: Hiddles with beard, blue shirt and velvet jacket

First Kiss: Hiddles with beard, leather jacket, looking a bit confused (our kiss was that awesome)

Lover: Hiddles with beard, in that lovely grey suit from the LA premiere

Cockblocked by: Luke Windsor (WHY LUKE, WHY???)

Married to: Hiddles with beard, grey suit from LA premiere

Killed by: Loki

Every Hiddles I got had a beard. Does that mean I win the jackpot?

I think so.

Cockblocked: Luke Windsor. (Really, Luke? REALLY?)

Killed by: Mark Ruffalo D:

do you have to ask me what the other results were?

lettiebobettie:

Budapest?

lettiebobettie:

Budapest?

(via suluism)

loki-dokey:

loco4loki:

whorecruxin:

schampusmitlachsfisch:

It means that he’s off filming Only Lovers Left Alive, a Jim Jarmusch film with Tilda Swinton, Mia Wasikowska and John Hurt, where he and Tilda play a couple and both happen to be vampires.

Hiddles as a vampire, I literally cannot even

That gif above couldn’t be more accurate for all the Hiddles feels…

(via loki-dokey)

i-am-sue-from-catering:

it’s not perfect but

IT’S NOT PERFECT BUT

IT’S NOT PERFECT BUT

IT’S NOT PERFECT BUT..

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Fan fiction is what literature might look like if it were reinvented from scratch after a nuclear apocalypse by a band of brilliant pop-culture junkies trapped in a sealed bunker. They don’t do it for money. That’s not what it’s about. The writers write it and put it up online just for the satisfaction. They’re fans, but they’re not silent, couchbound consumers of media. The culture talks to them, and they talk back to the culture in its own language.

The Boy Who Lived Forever | Time Magazine (via gypsy-sunday)

This is probably the best, non-judgmental description of fan fiction I’ve ever heard of in main stream media. 

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I will forever reblog this. 

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