What did the Japanese girl call her transformer brother?
A bit of modelling practice with my own take on Ghibli’s Kiki.
Modelled & rendered with Modo, 256 x 256 texture.
What they won’t show you on CNN tonight: Ferguson residents line a parade of roses down W Florissant, leading to where Mike Brown was taken from this world. #staywoke #powerful #insolidarity
Process for my Steven Universe illustration, from thumbnail to final!
I promise this is my last overexcited spam post about this particular thing :B
The online review Digibro spreads awareness of just how much anime depends on sales from SO FEW people, how we take it for granted, and how there are so many behind-the-scenes business horror stories that I wasn’t even aware of! Just be prepared for some really fast talking!
Watch it, for the sake of Digi’s broken foot!
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Charles Martinet just joined Vine, and it’s already the best thing.
The video begins humorously as Anthony Carbajal, a photographer, dresses up in a neon bikini top and soaps up a car before being doused with ice water.
There are a lot of diseases that don’t get the support they need because there aren’t a huge number of people who experience them, so it’s difficult to raise awareness, difficult to find investors, basically people don’t have the emotional connection they do with something that a huge number of people deal with and the pharmaceuticals to treat them aren’t as profitable. Like, a friend of mine was at an MS fundraiser and the grim joke used to try to lighten people’s spirits for feeling like they weren’t raising as much money as they wanted was “Let’s face it guys, we aren’t cancer”
The ice bucket challenge has made people donate something like ten times as much to ALS this year than previous years. I know people are concerned about wasting water, but you’ll do a lot more good on that front if you take a stand against bottled water and soft drinks, particularly from companies like Nestle, than getting mad at people trying to raise awareness for an illness that let’s be honest not a lot of people were very familiar with before this. Just be responsible, be aware, and try not to take your frustration out on the wrong people.
I just wanted to show people who aren’t too familiar with these things that FNAF was actually pretty on point with the setting and the endoskeletons for the animatronics. Creepy heads laying around and all. This is all Rock-afire Explosion (unsure about the second to last image, but pretty sure).
If you think these things look creepy online or in-game, you obviously haven’t felt the terror of watching one in person. Don’t go out of your way for that experience, holy shit.
Arethere even any not creepy looking animatronics? I don’t know how these things are designed, but there must be a more appealing way? The eyes are always the worst.
The only non-creepy animatronics I can think of are the ones in the Disney parks. Granted, some of them still have that extremely uncanny look, but they’re a lot less jerky and loud than the restaurant variety.
I’d guess that it’s because they have a bigger budget to work with… They’re better off internally and externally- more pleasing designs and smoother movements. And they can be repaired more frequently! Aaaand the audience is usually a set distance away from them. You can walk right up to Chuck E. Cheese and see all his seams.
The human animatronics are probably the creepiest of the bunch… ESPECIALLY THAT NEW JACK SPARROW.