If You Love Joss Whedon reblog with #jossisstillboss

Honestly, Joss is getting some serious hatred so if you still stand with him and love his body of work tweet/hashtag #jossisstillboss Absolutely no one deserves death threats because you don’t like a relationship, and this hashtag is to show support for him so he knows there are still nice fans out there who appreciate him


Finished the dollhouse well pond in time for MegaCon. Snapped a few quick pictures now so I wouldn’t forget to later.

The water is resin and the frog, turtle, and fish are made from clay. I’ve been working on this on and off for about a week or so. I didn’t make the actual well but I added the turf and the vine, plus I secured and shortened the string on the bucket so it wouldn’t fall onto the resin.

This will be available at MegaCon this weekend, and, if it doesn’t sell, on my website after I get back. I’ll be at booth #203. :)


10 Examples of Cutaway/Dollhouse Sets in Film


The Ladies Man (Jerry Lewis, 1961)
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (Wes Anderson, 2004)
Footlight Parade (Lloyd Bacon, Busby Berkeley, 1933)
Absolute Beginners (Julien Temple, 1986)
The Hand of Peril (Maurice Tourneur, 1916)
Bunraku (Guy Moshe, 2010)
The House on Trubnaya (Boris Barnet, 1928)
Tout Va Bien (Jean-Luc Godard, 1972)
The ‘High Sign’ (Buster Keaton, 1921)
Synecdoche, New York (Charlie Kaufman, 2008)

Thanks to whoever created that incredible gif for The High Sign.  And deference to Anthony Balducci, who I discovered (after queuing this post) put together a rather similar compendium over on his blog.  He also adds a Charley Chase film and Gangs of New York.  The staircase shots in Buster Keaton’s The Cameraman and Frank Borzage’s Seventh Heaven could be added as well.