Agent Bullseye (to herself): The Railroad is a secret organization. We are meticulous about using code names and dead drops and secret hideouts so no one knows much about us. We silo our information so that we can’t be compromised. We are a clandestine operati-
If you want to be considerate to retail workers when you shop please do the following:
Be patient with us.
Put the clothes back where you found em
Hang them back up by size
When you hang em up make sure the hook of the hanger is like a question mark and not backwards.
If you wanna go the extra mile, fold the clothes back up.
If youre at a register, say you have a gift card or a membership or whatever if you have it before we tally up your stuff.
If we dont have something in your size and youve looked high and low: assume that its either sold out or the next shipment of stuff hasnt loaded yet.
Small talk is always welcomed.
Sometimes we mess up and we dont know everything about everything. Dont hold it against us. Our ankles hurt. We just want to get paid so we can pay the bills.
Okay so my birthday is coming up and I really want to treat myself to something fun. However, I don’t care to go out to shows or buy myself material things; I want to make something that will last that is close to my heart.
So I’ve been trying to figure out a budget for a very small animated scene.
Anime-Style (simple is fine) with two characters (male and female)
4 minutes and 45 seconds (Audio is already completed)
There are no action scenes (it is purely dramatic dialogue) with minor fantasy magic being used.
If you are an animator or know about animating/budgeting, please let me know how much you would charge for animating a small scene. I want to match prices and build a budget, even if it takes me a bit (late birthday indulgence).
However, if you’re following me and know Seduce Me 2, you may know the scene I want to have animated…
But yeah: How much would it cost to have a 5 minute scene animated?
Process for Juicy
Noah explains the process below:
“I modeled this from scratch in Cinema4D. That is the best way to have ultimate control over your model in Cinema 4D. You can try Cinema 4D for free if you have an Adobe Creative Cloud membership. If you have any questions about starting in 3D, let me know!
Pen used: @kuretakezig_usa metallic brush pen, @sakuraofamerica gelly roll 08 pen
Paper: astrobrights black cardstock
Software: Paper->Maxon Cinema 4D
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Am i the only one who doesn't like it when Draco's constantly called The Blonde or whatever? It just bothers me idk
You’re definitely not alone anon friend, i’m pretty iffy about the use of epithets as well. We all know and love Draco’s name ff authors, i promise you we won’t be bothered if you write it five hundred times in the story. :D
Jokes aside, i think epithets are only okay if you use them correctly. When your character doesn’t know someone’s name for example, or when the adjective is actually relevant to what’s going on in the story. I don’t think either of them would be thinking of Draco’s hogwarts house when they’re having sex for starters, so referring to Draco as The Slytherin during a sex scene just looks odd? Say Draco’s doing something cunning though, then it would be okay to call him the slytherin, because Draco’s actions would remind Harry of their house traits and it’d be relevant for him to refer to Draco as such.
What i’m saying is unless Draco being a slytherin or blonde has an effect on what you’re saying in the story, then it’s just distracting and disrupts the flow in my opinion.
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Hello, on your mini lesson about Japanese money, you have the 10円、and 50円 incorrectly labelled in Japanese. You list the 10円 as 'go-en' which is 5円 and the 50円 as 'go-hyaku-en' which is 500円. I don't believe there were any other mistakes, but I just thought you should know about those! Thanks!
Yes, there was a labeling error on that page, we’re sorry for the inconvenience _:(´□`」 ∠):_ And thank you very much for all of you who have noticing and let us know about it. It has been fixed now! ヾ(@°▽°@)ノ
@blackrabbittattooer and I were talking about #confidence and that people often ask us about it. I think we agreed that it’s very much about not giving a fuck.
But on a deeper level, it’s knowing who we are, working as hard as we can, awareness of what we’re capable of, and having a clear focus on our goals. We’re not interested in what you’re doing. What you’re thinking of us. What you’re saying about us.
Because we know that while you spend time being a hater, we used that time to get even better.
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Do you really believe they are working on toddlers? Apparently a representative said it was just for the render they did a year ago. Do you think this might be true or are they lying? I just want toddlers so bad, it's so frustrating to see what they could look like (super cute) and still not have them. :(
I don’t know if they are “working” on them at the moment. All i know is that they are avoiding the subject even though there’s a bast majority that do want to know about and it’s not nice too keep them (us) on the limbo for whatever reason you have. They work on schedules, then schedule a time for when they are going to be available, or not. It’s 2016, yet the game has less base game features than sims 2. There’s no explanation.
you know what ive been thinking about for like a week? hanzo using his dragonstrike through mccrees gun. or dead eye through hanzos bow. i saw some really great art but cant find either post for the life of me. ideas? thoughts?
Hello. I am watching OUAT and I am a little bit confused. Emma gave up Henry for adoption but I thought she gave birth when she was in jail? So she wouldn't have been able to keep him anyway right? He would've gone to either her family (that she didn't have) or into the system. Or am I missing something?
I don’t know enough about the US system to answer that I’m afraid. I have no idea what happens to babies born to women in prison.
But I think, regardless of the real life mechanics, we’re meant to believe that Emma chose to give Henry up to “give him his best chance”.
I want to start using my chosen name with some of my friends at school but I'm worried that people I don't want knowing about it will find out (like if they overhear us or something) and start something since it's a more masculine name
If you haven’t already, you could tell your friends about these worries. Let them know that you’re not comfortable with being out to everyone and that you’re scared of them accidentally outing you.
You could perhaps ask them not to speak loudly about you when there are lots of other around, or maybe even tell them to deadname you during those situations.
You absolutely deserve to have your right name used, but you also deserve to feel safe. And it’s sadly not always possible to have both of those at once. It’s up to you to try to find a good balance.
The Martians launch mortar attacks on the city of Damascus. “The similarity between fiction and science is this: the attacks. Everyone is attacking everyone. The underlying theme is one of human ignorance, greed, the illusion of power, and the artificial pursuit of eternal recognition”, he says.
Ayham Jabr draws his inspiration from a fused universe, caught between fiction and reality, and uses elements of science-fiction to create his collages: “I’m a huge fan of science-fiction films, and have always been fascinated by the beauty of an outer space world around us, which we hardly know anything about”, he adds. His surprising images transport us to the fringes of a surrealist reality, stuck between two wars, the Syrian and the Martian. “In a sense, war is also surrealist, because what it puts human beings through is awfully surrealist”, he says.
The artist takes advantage of the many materials around him for his collages. He uses Google, magazines, old photographs or scans of photographs. “The materials for my digital collages are everywhere, within arm’s reach, but they only come to you when you see them, and when you see what you’re supposed to see. Collage is a form of communication, just like painting, music and poetry. Conversely, expressing oneself with words may lead to misunderstandings, because unfortunately we don’t all speak the same language”, he concludes.
Ayham Jabr, who lives in Damascus, spends most of his time working in his small studio or walking through the old city, like most Damascenes. Although the situation has improved since the ceasefire, everyone is caught up in the war, some more than others. He works as a video editor for televised series, and is currently focused on a short teledocumentary, as well as a collage project using material from the National Geographic Magazine. He has also just finished a portrait project based on both digital collage and photography.
Ayham Jabr is a Surreal Collage Artist, a Video Editor, a Videographer and a Graphic Designer. He studied Electronics at Damascus University, and lives in Damascus,