"But, after all, we must remember that art is art. Still, on the other hand, water is water, isn't it? And east is east and west is west, and if you take cranberries and stew them like applesauce, it tastes much more like prunes than rhubarb does."
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spookyinfestedwaters:

jose-arcadio-buendias-ghost:

meexart:

ghostgreen:

effsie:

here’s a fun experiment. draw the princesses from frozen, and marvel in your ability to draw two girls. be astonished that they do not look like the same person with different hairstyles. you’re a miracle worker. this is apparently the hardest thing in the world to do, and you did it. you’re magical and perfect, maybe even a god.


look what i did sloane im a wizurb!!!!!
if disney absolutely had to make another boring ass adaptation of a European fairy tale the least they could do was design interesting costumes. i’m dying of boredom over here

^^^

I know they’re sisters but come on
plus the removal of female characters pisses me off

oh wow you can draw two completely different looking character, but can you animate them in the style that pixar has chosen? No? you wanna know why? Because the programs they used for tangled were completely different from almost any programs they had used before, so the reason the girls look the same is because they are still working from scratch. Get over yourselves.

Gotta admit, you got me there. No i can’t animate different faces, much less one face. Alas, I am but a poor illustrator, with no experience in 3d animation of any sort.

Oh, but I do know a few guys who are great at animating facial diversity! Like a wide bunch of characters: from plain joe to handsome hunk to humble pudgy friend to old and regal and everything in between! You may want to talk to them about this stuff, seems like they’d love to answer your questions. They’re pretty big. Hell, you might have actually seen there work around. Dies this look familiar? :

See how dedicated they are? Even those two bodyguards have such different facial features. How quality~

spookyinfestedwaters:

jose-arcadio-buendias-ghost:

meexart:

ghostgreen:

effsie:

here’s a fun experiment. draw the princesses from frozen, and marvel in your ability to draw two girls. be astonished that they do not look like the same person with different hairstyles. you’re a miracle worker. this is apparently the hardest thing in the world to do, and you did it. you’re magical and perfect, maybe even a god.

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look what i did sloane im a wizurb!!!!!

if disney absolutely had to make another boring ass adaptation of a European fairy tale the least they could do was design interesting costumes. i’m dying of boredom over here

^^^

image

I know they’re sisters but come on

plus the removal of female characters pisses me off

oh wow you can draw two completely different looking character, but can you animate them in the style that pixar has chosen? No? you wanna know why? Because the programs they used for tangled were completely different from almost any programs they had used before, so the reason the girls look the same is because they are still working from scratch. Get over yourselves.

Gotta admit, you got me there. No i can’t animate different faces, much less one face. Alas, I am but a poor illustrator, with no experience in 3d animation of any sort.

Oh, but I do know a few guys who are great at animating facial diversity! Like a wide bunch of characters: from plain joe to handsome hunk to humble pudgy friend to old and regal and everything in between! You may want to talk to them about this stuff, seems like they’d love to answer your questions. They’re pretty big. Hell, you might have actually seen there work around. Dies this look familiar? :

See how dedicated they are? Even those two bodyguards have such different facial features. How quality~

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widdershinsgirl:

You know who else doesn’t get slots on library shelves? Pro-smoking advocates. Also, flat-earth enthusiasts. Neither do books about the luminiferous aether, or biblical creationism, or any of dozens of other subjects where the professionals have determined through careful and rigorous study that an argument has no intellectual merit, and promotes misinformation. Libraries do, in fact, discriminate - they discriminate in favor of information and against misinformation. When your books are full of misinformation and outright hatred, expect not to have a high priority for limited shelf space and budget dollars.

(Source: baeddelshinsgirl)

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geekishchic:

volouminous:

*whispers* You can be mature and respectful and still have a dirty sense of humour.

*murmurs* You can curse a lot and still be highly intelligent with a massive vocabulary.

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blackturtleneckcat:

I really can’t deal with people who don’t care about racism or sexism or classism or trans* issues or anything else like that. how can you blindly accept those things as a part of life and contribute to them? I hate people who laugh at people who care about things and act like they’re not cool like being cool and not caring is more important than being compassionate

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sandandglass:

Jason Jones discovers the scary similarity between Republicans in Congress and criminals who take hostages. 

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"All American culture heroes embraced racial attitudes that would embarrass public-school mythmakers."
- Stephen Jay Gould, The Mismeasure of Man. 2006.
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"Many white feminists have claimed that Indians are not respecting “freedom of speech” by demanding that whites stop promoting and selling books that exploit Indian spirituality. However, promotion of this material is destroying freedom of speech for Native Americans by ensuring that our voices will never be heard… . Feminists must make a choice, will they respect Indian political and spiritual autonomy or will they promote materials that are fundamentally racist under the guise of “freedom of speech”?"
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Andy Smith, Native American scholar, activist, and former president of Women of All Red Nations (WARN)

FREEDOM OF SPEECH ALSO APPLIES TO CRITICISM OF YOUR SPEECH YOU UNBELIEVABLE FUCKWITS HOW ABOUT YOU SHOW SOME FUCKING RESPECT FOR ONCE

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