Some little things about Cursed Child on stage that gave me heart eyes...
Them not pronouncing the ‘t’ in Voldemort
That rippling effect when the time turner does the thing
“IS THAT A FARMER’S MARKET?!”
Draco…also literally everything.
James and Lily Potter *heart eyes/heartbreak*
THAT FRIGGIN POLYJUICE POTION TRANSFORMATION HOLY SHIT HOW DID THEY????
Albus/Ron and Scorpius/Harry omfg the hilarity
Scorpius hiding Delphi with his cloak to act casual
Something for all the shippers (no seriously at least a moment for everyone it was great)
Dementors being terrifying and swooping and being terrifying my god
SEAMLESS MAGIC. DID THEY CONSULT MAGICIANS? THEY HAD TO HAVE DONE
That music <3 esp those final moments of Act 2 and then the choreographed Death Eater/teacher march in Act 3 Scene 1 A++
Good Dad Draco Malfoy <3
Basically everything Anthony Boyle did as Scorpius tbh
No seriously idk if it was his wig or a creative decision to have Scorpius play with his hair nervously but it woRKED.
“Well she didn’t kiss MeeeEEEEeeeeEEE………..”
Scorpius and his every encounter of ‘Voldemort and Valor’ lmao
The fact there were little gasps and big gasps when different things were revealed like Delphi’s tattoo or Harry yells that thing. The fact people actually cried out when we found out Neville had been murdered. The laughs from the titters to the full on cackling. That one line (honestly I cANNOT FOR THE life OF ME REMEMBER WHICH ONE ARGH) Draco said to Harry that had people laughing, then keep laughing then eventually give a small round of applause because what amazing delivery)
There was more but I can’t think now my head is spinning.
My point is that a lot of people have said that people who have seen the show are blinded by the spectacle of it all, and y’know what? Maybe I have been. I know that a lot of it’s ridiculous (like my bb Cedric and Delphi’s origin lmao) but I also know that it was fun and magical and something new. It’s been 9 years since a Harry Potter story surprised and dazzled me.
Your ships are still canon, you can easily ignore the bits you don’t care for and really, IT WASN’T JK ROWLING WHO WROTE IT ANYWAY SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO TAKE IT AS CANON?????
The term color blindness is actually misleading. Most people who are “color blind” are not blind to all colors, but really have a color deficiency that makes it hard for them to see differences between some colors.
Different types of color blindness –There are many different kinds of color blindness, but the most common is a difficulty distinguishing between reds, yellows, and greens. This is called “red-green” color blindness. Other forms, such as problems distinguishing blues from yellows, or where everything looks grey, are very rare.
What people see – Let’s compare what people see who have different types of color blindness. I’ve put three different screen captures from a post at this blog. The first picture below is how it appears to someone who has no color blindness, the second is how it appears to someone with red-green color blindness, and the last one is how it appears o someone with blue-yellow color blindness.
also good news today i watched kubo again and the theater was nearly full!! and with a good range of people, there were some lil kiddos in the crowd and older folks who didnt have kids with them and everything in between, i was so glad
Samurai / 侍 and the early Sega TV commercials. In 1979-1980, Sega produced a TV CM for its arcade game Samurai / 侍.
The CM was aired pretty late at night in Japan and doesn’t seem to be available online. As you may know, the « Seeeegaaaaa » song you can hear when you launch Sonic 1 originally was used by early Sega commercials, including a 1983 CM for the then newly released SG-1000. This song was probably recorded in 1983 but I’m not sure.
For some reason, the name of the game is written in 4 different ways: Kanji (start screen), katakana (commercial + flyer), hiragana (Saturn version, in-game) and romaji (in-game + cabinet).
On a related note, about 3 years before the release of Samurai, Sega also produced a TV CM for its television, the Sega-Vision, which was on sale in North America (circa 1976-77).
I got a new tablet today omg and I hAD TO TRY IT OUT AAA And it’s so neat, it’s weird but it’s neat o; So I drew Roy to test it out heck ye uvu/ I hope the colours look ok!! This is just a flatcolour buT EVEN THEN So many different screens display colours so differently oh my gos h
PSA for everyone still blinded by the lowest iPhone dimness; there’s this thing called the night shift that tones your screen differently so it’s not as hard on your eyes! it’s actually a good dimness and ur eyes aren’t dying so yeah here’s that for everyone that didn’t know
Day 5: Javelin I don’t have too much an interest in the
Olympics, but my boyfriend has been watching and every time I walk in
the room I’m amazed by all the different bodies on the screen doing some
pretty crazy stuff. Still doesn’t interest me enough to sit down and
watch, but I didn’t think before of using the amazing photography as
reference. So much better than typical model poses!