a 5tar


I see,
you feel the way I do,
the feeling all so true

the good feelings coming through

My mind
is set so free

I’m where I want to be,
to get the best of me

anonymous asked:

I'm gonna have a movie weekend with my friends! Can you recommend me five movies we should definitely watch?

Let’s see…

Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Why? An underrated Disney movie with stunning soundtracks and visuals.

Originally posted by curvecreation

Song of the Sea
Why? One of the prettiest movies you’ll ever see.

Originally posted by allele-allie

Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem
Why? The proof that movies doesn’t need any dialogue to be great.

Originally posted by xrottenmind

Waltz With Bashir
Why? A strange movie with strong narrative that teaches about war and people.

Originally posted by no-veo

Kung Fury
Why? The most shitpost thirty minutes of your life. Also vikings with gatling guns.

Originally posted by pixelmance


Shep and Stella have the same visions of each other in
Something About Us and Too Long


Interstella 5555 | 2003 | Kazuhisa Takenouchi | Japan/France

One more time
Celebrate and dance so free
Music’s got me feeling so free
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Daft Punk

Concept art for 5tar’s robo-fusion form. She is heavily inspired by my car and Megaman! 

This is a work in progress design at the moment so things will most likely change after I sculpt her, but I thought it’d be nice to share my 2D to 3D process. I start out simple, sloppy, but enough to get the idea across for modeling. I work in big shapes and color and don’t go into too much detail. Keep it stupid simple! The 3D will bring the design together. 

Daft Punk is an organism that transcends all comparisons.

Enigmatically disguised beneath their iconic robot helmets, the creative team of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter have gained worldwide fame for their irresistible, evolutionary and artistic pop that blends futuristic flavorings of acid house and techno with fresh elements of disco, funk and hip-hop.

Beginning with their seminal 1997 debut, Homework, the dynamic duo revolutionized the European house music scene they were born out of, before swiftly carving out a category all their own. Their now-classic 2001 follow­up, Discovery, launched them into a new atmosphere of popularity, thanks to dance­floor hits like “One More Time” and “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger,” but the album also found the group adapting a more conceptual approach, which they would only foster as time went on.

In 2005 the band took on a more minimalistic, guitar-heavy sound with Human After All, then adapting much of the same material for their legendary live tour, recorded on Alive 2007. After a brief period of silence, Homem-Christo and Bangalter composed the acclaimed score to Disney’s Tron: Legacy (2010), which, in yet another new direction for Daft Punk, was recorded with a live orchestra.

Random Access Memories
With 2013′s Random Access Memories, Daft Punk made their most ambitious and sonically brilliant work yet. A love letter to 1970s studio craft, the record features inspired collaborations with the likes of Pharrell Williams, Panda Bear, Julian Casablancas, Nile Rodgers, Paul Williams and Giorgio Moroder, which they scrupulously recorded with live instrumentation to aural perfection.

RAM earned Daft Punk five Grammys, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year for the instant-classic single “Get Lucky.” In a conversation with TIDAL, Mark Ronson called the album, “something that they’ll be testing stereo systems with for hundreds of years to come.” With the music world now firmly at their mercy, we’ve since been waiting for the next move from the secretive electro-pioneers.

As much as they own it, Daft Punk are far more than just musicians. Well known for their meticulous attention for visual presentation – in artwork, live performance, and of course their emblematic costumes – their strong visual identity is an essential element to to their iconographic mystique.

Film, in particular, has been an integral component of Daft Punk, dating back to their classic Spike Jones­ directed video for Homework’s “Da Funk”. On top of music videos and their work with Tron, no small part of this ocular legacy is D.A.F.T.: A Story About Dogs, Androids, Firemen and Tomatoes (1999), the band’s collection of early music videos, and their two feature­-length films, Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem (2003) and Daft Punk’s Electroma (2006).

—  Tidal, Daft Punk Biography