creative projects that got out of hand

anonymous asked:

so how exactly did yoongi meet hoseok again? and was false glitter involved

Hoseok sat next to Yoongi cause he looked like a serious™ student he could depend on (aka get notes from). He flashed his blinding smile at yoongi, yoongi lost his eye sight and subsequently, his other senses. Hobi asked to be partners in the big psych project that was 30% of their entire grade. Yoongi still not regaining his 5 senses, nodded to be polite, which meant Yes to Hoseok. Their motto was go big or go home so their project involved glitter, hand cuffs and an abstract dance number (even though they only really needed a slideshow.) safe to say, they got a B- (the teacher didn’t appreciate out of the box creativity)

up here on the nineteenth floor

Title: up here on the nineteenth floor
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 1.6k
Summary: A brief little holiday in Hong Kong before the next chapter begins. Thank you to BisexualShoeMarriage for beta reading! [Read on AO3]

[part of the road trip mix tape 2016 series]

The heat is sticky, clothes glued to their bodies with sweat that’s formed and dried half a dozen times as they slip in and out of buildings for respite from the weather.

“Hate this,” Dan says, walking away from another smiling face.

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Remembering the original Journey Into Imagination at Epcotin Walt Disney World
On March 5, 1983, the original Journey Into Imagination attraction debuted in FutureWorld at Epcot, introducing guests to Dreamfinder, Figment and a lovely little song titled “One Little Spark.” The original attraction’s storyline began with Dreamfinder gathering up materials to inspire new ideas. With the help of his imagination he creates a companion named Figment, who is described as having: “Two tiny wings, eyes big and yellow. Horns of a steer – but a loveable fellow. From head to tail, he’s royal purple pigment and there, voila, you’ve got a Figment – a Figment of imagination!” From here, Dreamfinder took Figment – and us guests – along on an exploration of the Dreamport, the place where the duo used their imaginations to try out new ideas in the arts, literature, technology and more. The attraction’s Image Works post-show offered guests a chance to experiment with creativity hands-on in different activity stations, including Magic Palette (digital drawing), Lightwriter (laser writing/drawing technology), Bubble Music (image projection combined with sound), and other interactive fun. The famous Rainbow Corridor/Sensor Maze, pictured above, assigned a color to each person who entered and followed the person throughout. The attraction later became Journey Into Your Imagination in 1999, and the current version, Journey Into Imagination with Figment, debuted in 2002.

anonymous asked:

Read your twitter about animation class and girls in animation. How is 65% women in your animation class a good thing?!! That's not equal or fair. If they want equality it should be 50-50 right? Why would you say that's good when it just shows how feminism is pushing until men are the minority. They don't want 50% they want more and you're happy about it! You won't be so happy when they're taking your job. Don't be fooled.

You’re ridiculous, paranoid, and kind of sad. Even still, I’ll try to counter your ‘oh shit, feminist conspiracy’ rant with some logic…

We don’t have an agenda when it comes to judging/ranking portfolios for Seneca’s Animation program. For better or for worse there’s no affirmative action system in place. As long as the applicant has their high school graduation equivalency it’s all about the quality of art shown in a series of standardized portfolio drawings.

The many women who applied and got in to the program did so because they were qualified and they earned it, period. More women are in the program because more women are applying and handing in high quality application portfolios. I don’t see how that’s about equality or inequality. That’s just doing the damn work.

Having a more diverse pool of students (and, in turn, greater diversity out in the industry) opens up more creative possibilities and strengthens the quality of projects. It broadens the stories we tell, which makes them more appealing to a larger audience. I’m excited about teaching a new generation of artists and having everyone in our community learn from each other.

In my experience, there will always be competition for jobs. Produce great work and be a solid team member with integrity and you won’t have to worry about who is coming to ‘get’ you.

Good luck in your foxhole.