Hey guys! I’ve reached a great number of followers recently (it’s 2′000 ohmahgosh) and decided to make something special for you all for being so nice to me and my art! Joining Tumblr was a hard decision to make at first because I was really used to drawing and not showing my stuff but with all your support now after almost two years I’ve become way more confident and got lots of new friends! Thank you for being with me all this time!
So, this is my very first short storyboard (parody on “How to train your dragon” ‘cause this movie is epic and I love everything about it). I hope that you guys like it! Stay awesome, I love you all <3
Consider, for example, the case of the English family the Pepyses, made famous by Samuel Pepys, 1633–1703, first secretary of the English Admiralty, member of Parliament, and noted diarist). Pepys has always been a rare surname, flirting with extinction. In 1881 there were only thirty-seven Pepyses in England, and by 2002 they were down to eighteen. Seventeenth-century parish records of baptisms and marriages suggest there were only about forty Pepyses living at one time even then. The Pepyses emerged from obscurity in 1496 when one of them enrolled at Cambridge University, and they have prospered ever since. Since 1496, at least fifty-eight Pepyses have enrolled at Oxford or Cambridge, most recently in 1995. For an average surname of this population size, the expected number of enrollees would be two or three. Of the eighteen Pepyses alive in 2012, four are medical doctors. The nine Pepyses who died between 2000 and 2012 have left estates with an average value of £416,000, more than five times the average estate value in England in this period. If the standard mobility estimates are correct, the chance that a family like this could maintain a high social status over seventeen generations is vanishingly small.
“Dragon is the fifth in the 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac sign. The Years of the Dragon include 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024…
People with Chinese zodiac sign ‘Dragon’ are usually a group of people who are lively, intellectual and excitable. They can clearly tell right from wrong. They are upright and frank. However, they are also a bit arrogant and impatient. Female Dragons tend to be overly confident. They hate hypocrisy, gossip and slander. They are not afraid of difficulties but hate to be used or controlled by others.”