anonymous asked:

I definitely politically liberal, but one major thing that has always stopped me from actually calling myself "a liberal" is the refusal of many to criticize their own candidate. Like yes, I'm voting for Hillary bc I'd like to NOT live in a Trump's America. However, I not a huge fan of Hillary for many reasons but as soon as I try to bring any criticisms up I get shut down as "just as bad as trump" or "actually a conservative" Like, no? Just bc she's the candidate doesn't means she's perfect.


Q's for you to A
  1. do you have a favourite sweater?
  2. what’s your middle name?
  3. do you still talk to the first person you kissed?
  4. do you get on with your grandpa`?
  5. what was your favourite cartoon as a kid?
  6. what’s your favourite cartoon now?
  7. do you read the news paper?
  8. who was the last text you sent to ?
  9. what does the last text you sent say?
  10. if you could have any hair colour what would it be?
  11. do you like nature documentaries?
  12. what is your aesthetic?
  13. when did you last pet a dog?
  14. whose friend’s parents do you like the most?
  15. have you ever been on a road trip?
  16. tell me about someone you know called emma 
  17. are you reading a book in english class, what is it?
  18. do you have a favourite aunt?
  19. baths or showers?
  20. skiing or sun bathing?
  21. do you kill spiders?
  22. have you ever made an ice pop?
  23. are you wearing shoes right now?
  24. tell me about you favourite primary school/elementary school teacher
  25. who was the last person you hugged?
  26. do you wear glasses?
  27. do you have a cat?
  28. do you have a favourite pair of underwear?
  29. what was your last tweet?
  30. do you still use facebook?
  31. do you like birds?
  32. who was the last person you called cute?
  33. who was the last person that called you cute?
  34. how did you meet your best friend?
  35. escalators or elevators?
  36. are you named after anyone, who?
  37. what was your first url?
  38. autumn or winter?
  39. do you win at scrabble?
  40. put your ipod on shuffle , who is the first song that comes up by?
  41. have you ever drunk from a mason jar?
  42. can you draw?
  43. what was your first profile picture?
  44. favourite tshirt?
  45. best tumblr friend?
  46. when did you last run?
  47. do you like to paint your nails?
  48. did you ever do something as a kid that got you into loads of trouble?
  49. who is your favourite dog that isn’t yours?
  50. have you ever been drunk?
  51. have you ever done something you regret while drunk?
  52. do you want to kiss anyone right now?
  53. do/did you like you math teacher?
  54. do you often ride the bus?
  55. do you have a fireplace in your house?
  56. are you violent when you’re angry?
  57. do you cry when you’re angry?
  58. favourite Harry potter book?
  59. can you remember your last dream?
  60. do you go to bed early or late?
  61. do you speak a second language?
  62. who was your first ever best friend?
  63. have you ever had an operation?
  64. tell me about your favourite cousin
  65. do you have a piece of clothing that doesn’t even fit you anymore but you can’t bare to throw away?
  66. have you ever been in a musical?
  67. do you have a porch?
  68. how many times have you watched your favourite movie?
  69. what do you order at mcdonalds?
  70. do you get on with old people?
  71. science fiction or romance?
  72. do you take naps?
  73. how many classes do you/did you take in high-school?
  74. when did it last snow where you live?
  75. does it ever snow where you live?
  76. how many months until your birthday?
  77. how much charge does your computer have right now?
  78. what is your favourite disney channel movie?
  79. the city or the sea side?
  80. what is your least favourite colour?
  81. do you have homework to do?
  82. are you still friends with your first best friend?
  83. do you have/are you the gay cousin?
  84. do you own dungarees?
  85. do you like to play sport?
  86. what was your favourite ever christmas present?
  87. how old are you?
  88. what is your mum’s name?
  89. do you ever use internet explorer?
  90. have you ever had blonde hair?
  91. is their a play park near your house?
  92. when did you last see the person you have a crush on?
  93. who did you last talk to on the phone?
  94. pants or dresses?
  95. do you read fan fiction?
  96. what is you’re favourite blog?
  97. do you write poetry?
  98. drama or comedy?
  99. have you ever had a hickey?
  100.  Your own question that you want me to answer

anonymous asked:

i'm 31 yo white south-eastern european women. when i was little my friends and i used to play with barbie dolls a lot, they were our faves. not once in my life i've heard someone say 'i want to have long legs, big boobs, tiny waist, rich husband, just like barbie', never, and obviously no girl had a body remotely like hers. we didn't even think about this 'issue'. we were obviously able to distinguish real life from fantasy. i find these 'let's make realistic looking dolls' people ridiculous.


What is the best thing about being friends with Taylor Swift ?

Here is what Lewis’s filters look like on his hair.

His hair is divided up into 4 pieces, the main front pompadour, the spiky back, and 2 sideburns (*snicker* “sideBURNS”).  His front view is the only one to really have both sideburns at a time though.

Each piece is set up in movie clip with the filter settings you see here.

Depending on the size of the overall puppet symbol (in this case, the overall size of the symbol of Lewis), these filters may need to be tweaked, as evidently Flash can’t automatically handle when the symbols are resized, so depending on the shot it can make his hair look almost pure white if shrunk.

This isn’t quite the same as OTHER fire effects seen in the video, but this seemed to fit Lewis quite well.

Alphabet Q&A
  • A:Ambition?
  • B:Best quality?
  • C:(favourite) Colour?
  • D:Describe yourself.
  • E:Easiest subject?
  • F:(best) Friend?
  • G:Greatest achievement?
  • H:Habit?
  • I:Interest?
  • J:Joke?
  • K:(first) Kiss?
  • L:Last name?
  • M:(favourite) Month?
  • N:Next thing you have to do?
  • O:Oldest family member?
  • P:Person you love?
  • Q:Quirks?
  • R:Realest dream?
  • S:Song you love singing?
  • T:Tea or coffee?
  • U:Underwear colour?
  • V:(greatest) Victory?
  • W:Worst month?
  • X:(ever had an) X-Ray?
  • Y:(best) Year?
  • Z:Zodiac sign?

Hrm, this is a tricky question as the exact answer can vary wildly depending on the person and/or situation and/or program.  The terminology you use in your question does not apply to Flash very well, as it sounds like you are referring to more of a bone structure, which I think applies more to After Effects?  While Flash *DOES* have a bone set up function, its TERRIBLE and is very rarely used, if ever.

I’ll try to use an example from my Flash file to illustrate how I do most of my head turns.

Here’s the shot of Lewis turning his head while in his coffin.  If you look on the window that shows the current scene and symbol, you’ll notice how I have the symbol set up.  This is Scene 1 -> Main Scene -> Scene 5 Camera -> Lewis Shot 5-5 -> Lewis Shot 5-5 Head Turn Bob -> Lewis Shot 5-5 Head Turn.

So in the screenshot, we are currently inside the “Lewis Shot 5-5 Head Turn” symbol.  The “Lewis Shot 5-5 Head Turn Bob” symbol contains everything you see in this time line and is animated to give him the head bobbing motion found throughout the video (not shown in these screenshots). 

(For referecne sake, the Grey lines in the timeline are keyframes, the Blue lines are Tweens.)

In this specific case, I have two of Lewis’s head orientations, his 3Q (3 Quarters) view and his Front view.  This applies to everything, his eyes, brow, nose, and skull.  Each of these has their own 3Q and Front View symbols.  I start off with the 3Q sybmols.  Further in the time line, I have the symbols tween their way over to better match the Front view symbols.  Right as the 3Q starts to get close enough, I delete the 3Q symbols and trade in the Front view symbols (in different layers to make it easier to organize.)  These Front view symbols are tweened over to the side to give the illusion that Lewis is still turning his head over.  The animation ends with the symbols tweening over to the straight on Front view.

When put together, it creates a semi-3D effect of the head turning.  This can be tricky to pull off sometimes, and generally speaking a head turn is easier to get away with if it happens faster.  Regardless of speed though, it retains the same fundamentals seen here, where you tween the head pieces until its ready to swap over to a different orientation of the head (Side -> 3Q -> Front, for instance). A good ease-in/ease out is also ESSENTIAL in making this look natural.  

Apologies if this all seems a bit overwhelming, as its kind of a tricky thing to just explain in this way.  Regardless this hopefully gives you some impression on how I do things, at least as far as head turns go.


We’ve been hanging out with We Are The in Crowd this summer on the Vans Warped Tour and having a ton of fun. With several early bus calls for long drives in the first leg of the tour, it was the perfect time to get cozy on the bus and give the band a little homework. It’s true, Mike got fork lifted while in a porta-potty that morning, and Tay would eat brussel sprouts for the rest of her life. Wait what? (We’d have gone with pizza.) Have a look at the rest of our Q&A above and check out the Vans tent signing schedule. See you on the road!

Photos: Amanda Rae Stephens