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Sometimes I like to rant.
Sorry if there are any typos. I didn’t bother to spellcheck this time.
WOW HOLY SHIT THIS STYLE
Hacer que un corto en 3D parezca hecho en 2D… absurdo, absolutamente absurdo. Aunque sé que me gustará el corto en general, pero sigue siendo lo gilipollez más grande que he visto en mucho tiempo U_U
Pues por mí ya podían ser todos así. Ojalá perfeccionen esta técnica porque hoy día parece que si quieres molar todo tiene que ser en 3D y el 3D mal hecho da pila de asco. Si se pone esto de moda daré saltos de alegría. Aparte de que esto debe de ser más barato de hacer que un modelo con todos los pelos esculpidos (aunque quién sabe, pero pa mí que sí.)
A mí me parece precioso. Incluso la animación tiene movimientos más típicos del 2D que del 3D. Ya hemos visto la otra cara del 3D hiperrealista que a veces nos satura, y el 3D rancio de muchas pelis y series de animación. Jugar con las posibilidades del 3D y darle un cariz más artístico y genuino me parece un camino alternativo perfecto.
No es más “absurdo” que usar photoshop para imitar una acuarela.
Was she going to slap you because you never in any way made him gay in the actual books, taking zero risks/doing absolutely nothing for gay characters in literature, and only announcing your “authorial intent” afterwards for a cheap shot at looking like an ~ally~
Gay people are just normal people. We are not told about any of the Hogwarts professors love lives, other than Snape, and it would be completely out of character for Dumbledore to walk around telling everyone about his sexuality.
Did you want her to make him dress in glittery platform boots, a crop top, and decorate his office in rainbow flags to make it more obvious for you? Would that be enough of a stereotype to appease you people? Or what? Please tell me. I’d like to know how you think a gay character is supposed to be portrayed.
And did you miss the Grindelwald chapters in the ‘actual books’? Or was that also not obvious enough for you? Did Dumbledore need to whisper “always” wistfully in order for you to connect that he had romantic feelings for Grindelwald? Maybe you are American and need them to gaze longingly into each others eyes with awkward close ups of their fingers almost grazing each other that Hollywood thinks means ‘true love’.
It didn’t fit into his relationship to Harry to ever say “I’m gay”, and so it was not stated explicitly (you might have noticed the book was told from Harry Potter’s perspective).
The point is though, that he is a homosexual, well respected, powerful, and very loved wizard- and his sexuality doesn’t matter because no one else thinks it matters. a.k.a. no one cares that he loves men, and that is wonderful.
“Gay people are just normal people.” Thank you. I don’t really see why queer people have to get “special treatment” in situations like this as if we’re so significantly different from “normal” people that we need special treatment. We’re not different. The only thing different about us is that we happen to love a different gender than you or whatever. This is like that beef someone had with Steven Moffat a while back for “not doing anything for bisexual visibility” through River Song’s character. A character isn’t made by their sexuality, and neither is a real person. It’s just a very small part of who they are.
How to give proper credit to artists without knowing who they are
I appreciate reblogging the shit out of this if anybody wouldn’t mind.
Sick of art going around and artists not getting proper credit at all.
I will reblog this five million god damn times if I have to
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Sketch - I LOVE you, Volante ; ^ ;
Sorry for the bad anatomy/english, my eyes hurts, a lot of tears ; A ;
Some of Pixar’s Rules of Storytelling, only in LEGO.
I’m a visual person; I like when things are acted out for me.
Excellent stuff. Cute presentation too.
Los mejores consejos a la hora de crear una historia.
When I do book signings, most of my line is made up of young girls with their mothers, teen girls alone, and mother friend groups. But there’s usually at least one boy with a stack of my books. This boy is anywhere from 8-19, he’s carrying a worn stack of the Books of Bayern, and he’s excited and unashamed to be a fan of those books. As I talk to him, 95% of the time I learn this fact: he is home schooled.
There’s something that happens to our boys in school. Maybe it’s because they’re around so many other boys, and the pressure to be a boy is high. They’re looking around at each other, trying to figure out what it means to be a boy—and often their conclusion is to be “not a girl.” Whatever a girl is, they must be the opposite. So a book written by a girl? With a girl on the cover? Not something a boy should be caught reading.
But something else happens in school too. Without even meaning to perhaps, the adults in the boy’s life are nudging the boy away from “girl” books to “boy” books. When I go on tour and do school visits, sometimes the school will take the girls out of class for my assembly and not invite the boys. I talk about reading and how to fall in love with reading. I talk about storytelling and how to start your own story. I talk about things that aren’t gender-exclusive. But because I’m a girl and there are girls on my covers, often I’m deemed a girl-only author. I wonder, when a boy author goes to those schools with their books with boys on the covers, are the girls left behind? I want to question this practice. Even if no boy ever really would like one of my books, by not inviting them, we’re reinforcing the wrong and often-damaging notion that there’s girls-only stuff and you aren’t allowed to like it.
I hear from teachers that when they read Princess Academy in class (by far the most girlie-sounding of all my books) that the boys initially protest but in the end like it as much as the girls, or as one teacher told me recently, “the boys were even bigger fans than the girls.”
Another staple in my signing line is the family. The mom and daughters get their books signed, and the mom confides in me, “My son reads your books on the sly” or “My son loves your books too but he’s embarrassed to admit it.” Why are they embarrassed? Because we’ve made them that way. We’ve told them in subtle ways that, in order to be a real boy, to be manly, they can’t like anything girls like.
Though sometimes those instructions aren’t subtle at all. Recently at a signing, a family had all my books. The mom had me sign one of them for each of her children. A 10-year-old boy lurked in the back. I’d signed some for all the daughters and there were more books, so I asked the boy, “Would you like me to sign one to you?” The mom said, “Yeah, Isaac, do you want her to put your name in a girl book?” and the sisters all giggled.
As you can imagine, Isaac said no.
I find it extremely unfortunate how differently boys are raised in comparison to girls. Society has expectations of what a man is supposed to be and emphasizes certain traits over others—like holding back emotions—and then wonder why so many men lack compassion. I also believe this mentality is part of the reason why mass homicide is overwhelmingly male. To raise better men our society needs better parenting. There’s so much I could get into on this topic, but I honestly don’t have the energy.
That’s mother’s remark irks me :/ Poor boy.
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Gonna take this post as an excuse to say something I’ve been meaning to say for a long time.
Unfollowing isn’t an insult. There’s nothing to be upset over. If someone unfollows you it’s most likely because:
a) their interests changed and they’re not into what you blog about anymore
b) what you blog about has changed and they’re not into it
There’s no point in following someone who will clutter your dash with stuff you don’t enjoy.
Stop taking it as a personal insult whenever unfollows you. You are free to blog about whatever you want and free to follow and unfollow whoever you want.
I bet that most people who whine about being unfollowed never even cared about that follower, the number is what’s important to them.
yes good commentary
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