1. itscarororo:

toodrawtothink:

I wanted to do a brief lipsync test with Anny while I finalized the script so I used some video game voice acting for now.https://vimeo.com/92579662

I’m currently In the process of recruiting voice actors for the film. I can’t wait to get voice talent for Anny. :)

aaAAHHHH

    itscarororo:

    toodrawtothink:

    I wanted to do a brief lipsync test with Anny while I finalized the script so I used some video game voice acting for now.
    https://vimeo.com/92579662

    I’m currently In the process of recruiting voice actors for the film. I can’t wait to get voice talent for Anny. :)

    aaAAHHHH

     
  2. azirae:

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    This is a very quick tutorial that goes over one function, the Onion Skin in Photoshop CS5. The Onion Skin is equivalent to the function of a light desk for traditional animation. If you haven’t already, please see my first tutorial about [basic timeline animation] if this is your first time animating.

    Start by making a new document and drawing on Layer 1 (in this example, held for 2 frames).

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    In the animation panel, on the bottom you will see a little icon that looks like an onion. When you hover over it, you’ll see “Toggle Onion Skins”.

    Click on it.

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    You won’t see its effect until you’ve drawn more, but before that, go to the animation panels settings. There will be two options: “Onion Skin Settings…” and “Enable Onion Skins”. Click on the first option.

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    These are the Onion Skin options. Adobe has a description for each function on their site…

    Onion Skin Count specifies how many previous and forward frames are displayed. Enter the Frames Before (previous frames) and Frames After (forward frames) values in the text boxes.

    Frame Spacing specifies the number of frames between the displayed frames. For example, a value of 1 displays consecutive frames, and a value of 2 displays strokes that are two frames apart.

    Max Opacity sets the percentage of opacity for the frames immediately before and after the current time.

    Min Opacity sets the percentage of opacity for the last frames of the before and after sets of onion‑skin frames.

    Blend Mode sets the appearance of the areas where the frames overlap.

    Generally I don’t play around with these, and for this simple tutorial, they’ll remain at their default settings.

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    Create a new layer, “Layer 2”. Although it is a blank layer, with the Onion Skin on you can see a light render of the previous frame.

    Go ahead with your next drawing on Layer 2 using the Onion Skin’s function as a proportion and movement guide. I’ll be animating a sneeze.

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    Continue on with the rest of your animation as usual.

    A clearer example:

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    And that’s all there is to it. When you’re done, turn off the Onion Skin and play your animation to make sure it looks good (although you should be constantly going over your frames (scrubbing) to keep everything in check anyway).

    The final product:

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    Achoo!

     
  3. 21:39 21st Apr 2014

    Notes: 124017

    Reblogged from some-dragon-called-jab

    REBLOG IF YOU’RE A DRAGON

    (Source: thedoctorwhoran)

     
  4. 21:39

    Notes: 4355

    Reblogged from some-dragon-called-jab

    glitchbunny:

    Never trust a person who can’t gracefully accept that they shouldn’t say certain words due to violent histories of those said words

     
  5. 21:34

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    Reblogged from king-snail

    Tags: racismcultural appropriationwhite feminism

    oystergirlrhymes:

    This semester I went to the White Privilege Conference in Madison, WI for my honors seminar about examining privilege. I made a poster about the behaviors of particular white female musicians who appropriate other cultures as a means of identity and sexualize/objectify WOC as a means of displaying sexual agency and social power. All under the guise of “empowerment”.


    This is my take on the knowledge I found through seminar and readings, (esp. online articles) so in no way do I claim these ideas or concepts as my own.

     
  6. nononforrealjustice:

    necrogender:

    astrobiological:

    fuckofftrans:

    If you’re going to attempt to demonize cis people just to get them to listen then you probably deserve to get beaten the shit out of and left for dead in a public restroom. Just saying.

    oH MY FUCK ING GO

    CISHITS ARE AMAZING

    "You’re mean to me, so I think you should be murdered." And people wonder why we find it hard to trust others.

    (Source: )

     
  7. weeaboo-chan:

    rapidstrike:

    Bronies already made NSFW pictures of Stellar Eclipse, even though Sylvain Portelance, the OC’s creator and VA who has spinal muscular atrophy, and his mother asked people not to do so.

    Also, apparently putting that OC on the show, even though it was a simple request from the Make-A-Wish Foundation, is “political bullshit” and has no place in MLP.

    I know I usually don’t post such negative stuff on this blog, but holy shit.

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    destroy bronies

     
  8. 20:51

    Notes: 44

    Reblogged from some-dragon-called-jab

    Hollywood’s book adaptations

     
  9. 20:23

    Notes: 27193

    Reblogged from forrestfae

    Tags: oh okaccessibilitycomic sans

    sikkeskall:

    lavandulum:

    i’ve stopped trash talking comic sans after learning the font is actually one of the only dyslexia-friendly fonts that come standard with most computers and i advocate for others doing the same

    It most certainly isn’t “one of the only dyslexia-friendly fonts” that are readily available with most computers.

    To designate a font as dyslexia friendly it must meet several criteria that comic sans does indeed fit, such as Arial, Calibri, Geneva, Trebuchet MS. 

    Sans Serif, good spacing, non mirroring b,q, and p,d are some requirements. While certainly there are some people who are dyslexic that prefer comic sans, there are many that don’t. 

    In experimental trials, such as this one 

    http://www.luzrello.com/Publications_files/assets2013.pdf

    it was found that Verdana and Helvetica were most readable as compared to Opendyslexic, the font specifically designed to impact readability for dyslexic people

    sooooooooo there are plenty of other fonts that offer readability besides comic sans 

     
  10. 18:26

    Notes: 12679

    Reblogged from nylooms

    Tags: jesus fcking christ

    draugrr:

    dragosposts:

    I’m sorry but… LGBTQIA?? I just had to copy-paste that because it’s sooo long. LOL
    Why? Why do queers have to make this so difficult? I mean, could you pick a more fake and unnecessarily long name for yourselves?

    Funny how you say LGBTQIA is “too long and fake sounding,” but there you are on your blog all like

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