iconic video of my childhood
I still regularly quote this.
I can’t reblog this without providing a link in case anyone doesn’t know what this is. Because everyone should know what this is, I feel.
Oh my god I haven’t seen this in YEARS
oh my god this is still around none of you know how happy this makes me
Me: So how do you fashion your moustache to get it like that?
Dan: I just use a little school glue in the morning before I leave the house. I tried using moustache wax but glue seems to be the only thing that works.
look at this adorable fellow. It should be illegal to be this precious.
- Click This
- Make A Self Portrait Using The Doll Maker You Got.
- Post It.
OH THIS THING IS BACK I FUCKING LOVE THIS THING
TEST YOUR MIGHT
heck yeah mother fricker
i have no idea where this came from
Alright, I’ll play along
As an elven prince, cariboose have pledged a strong allegiance to me.
I will snipe you from 500 yards away and look damn good while doing it
It feels inspiring when 2 of your photos are on display on campus. ♥
Subspecies of Alces Alces
1) The European or Eurasian Elk is usually smaller than its north american cousins, often with shorter, less saturated fur, antlers with more distinct tines, and less bulky bodies. [X]
2&3) The Shiras Moose is found in the southern United States and is the smallest moose subspecies native to North America. Its fur is slightly darker and thicker, and younger individuals such as the cow in the second picture often have a ridge of fur along their neck and shoulders. [X X]
4&5) The Alaska Moose is the largest subspecies of Alces Alces, as well as one of the largest cervids that has ever lived. In winter months their fur is lighter on their shoulders and back, and darker at the base of their legs and stomach. Compared to other subspecies the white coloring on their legs is very faint, with some individuals having no white at all. [X X]
6) The Eastern Moose, native to Canada’s eastern provinces, is very similar to the Alaska Moose, with the main differences being smaller size and more saturated coloring. The closely related Western Moose is endemic to the western side of the country. [X]
And yet only one of these magnificent animals has to live with the torment of forever being christened the name “Moose Baby”
A movie is made by hundreds of people working on thousands of scenes, projects will almost always have occasional issues keeping the most recent and up to date versions of a scene straight. And when scenes move from one executive branch to another it’s entirely possible for wires to get crossed and things to get shuffled. Especially on projects where things are being revised right down to the wire, where a scene might be sent back for urgent, last-minute retakes multiple times in one day.
This is entertainment being made by humans, subject to human error. If you’re scrutinizing every movie frame by frame these errors pop up all over the place, Disney, live action, everything. There’s a scene in the Little Mermaid where a ship in Ursula’s whirlpool disappears a couple frames before the end of the scene, there’s a scene in the Bonjour song in Beauty and the Beast where a woman walking in the background loops or something and pops back to her original position before the scene is over, in the recent Bluray release of Little mermaid there were two scenes in Part of Your World that got flopped with each other, you’ll see bad scene hookups all the time in animation and live action where the scene cuts to a different angle on the character and they’re standing in a totally different pose or making a different expression, things like cigarettes or candles might be different lengths as a scene jumps around because the continuity guy lost track of something, all sorts of things can get lost in communication. They’re issues that, in isolation when viewed ad infinitum in a looping gif, might seem egregious, but in reality are very difficult to notice in the actual film unless you know to look for them and are understandable things to slip through the cracks in the expansive hierarchy of hands a scene passes through before it shows up on screen.
this x 1,000. Even modern CGI animation is still done by people. Errors can and will happen, usually minor stuff as well. Y’all know about Derpy Hooves in MLP: Friendship is Magic? She was originally an animation error. I also think the “omg errors” gifs floating around are primarily to fuel the hate machine against Frozen in general.
I haven’t seen the movie, and I know it has a bit of a sordid history, but to focus on what realistically are tiny, insignificant errors that last less than a second, loop them in an infinite .gif to force you to emphasize them, is a bit extreme.
As dumb as it may sound, a glitchy game with crazy animation and rigging quirks like Deadly premonition or a character animated wrong in a show [Derpy Hooves] can be forgiven and even loved as “added charm”, but have a tiny error or two pop up in a movie? END OF THE WORLD.
And yeah, I’ve seen those errors coelasquid pointed out in The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast. Still love those movies. I also still love Sailor Moon even if the anime abused the hell out of stock animation and let a ton of wacky animation errors and goof ups slip by.
part of me is sad Frozen deviated really far from the original ice queen folktale. Then again, Russian/Ukranian/Scandanavian folklore can get PRETTY CRAZY AND WEIRD AS HELL so I kind of understand…? haha :|
Stupid pointless rant over.
I doubt I made even a lick of sense, yay study-fatigue
why must nice digital cameras be so expensive? ;n;
Speaking of different body shapes. These are all basically peak human bodies.
How come 99% of them don’t conform to what the entertainment industry tells us is the perfect body?
Time to bring back this body reference sheet!
This is a great resource for the incredible variety of ways people can be put together.
good reference is good