different-screens

anonymous asked:

Could we get an explanation on how it conflicting in detail?

Out Of Communism.

Augh, it might kill my mood, but I’ve had a really good day today so we’ll see.

It’s a little complicated and everything is just everywhere.

First, I’ll explain how it is to get daydreams/dreams, or “kin memories” as we all call ‘em.

It’s really weird, and when it happens, sometimes it’s like the screen is split right in the middle like a multiplier video game screen. Tord’s vision is on the left whilst Tom’s on the right and sometimes there’s a different scene on different screens. Other times I can see Tord on the right and Tom on the left through the others perspective. When the screen isn’t split, I assume it’s either one or the other…or both. I hope all of that made sense.

Now let me tell you what goes on in my head. These fuckers switch out of nowhere and my mind can go from thinking about violent shit whilst also even giving me a clear visual to thinking about calmer things, like there’ll be music going off in my head and I’ll disconnect from everything. There are times where there’s fighting, like my mind is arguing to take control of one side or another. I had one just a few days ago where Tord and Tom were fighting to take the wheel.

I remember my thoughts going back and forth with each other from “You’re going to make him go insane and hurt someone. What’s worse is people look up to you and it’s really not a good thing!” to “At least I give him confidence while you’re the one making him feel like complete shit and trying to isolate him” and every single time I have to remind myself that both of them are good because Tom is the only one keeping me from going insane while Tord is the one keeping me strong in self-confidence. When they’re both behind the wheel, I feel nothing but content. I feel like I can bullet through any-fucking-thing and overlook negativity…and the first time I ever felt that way was after meeting my girlfriend, because I kind of knew how to get my mind to calm itself. It opened up that fucking hole in the wall. I was literally a terrible as fuck person before. Still kind of am, but not as worse.

Overall, I can’t tell if that makes me stable or if it makes me one step away from making me crack. To be honest, going through this gives me a sense that Tom and Tord aren’t too different at all. The only thing I don’t get from Tom is having the ability to empathise or have a sense of remourse. Common sense and some moral is keeping me from doing something stupid.

Honestly, it might be something else? I already have a type of personality disorder (high-functioning sociopathy) going on so having another isn’t impossible, but then again I’ve already been diagnosed? And it’s just the one? So idk.

‘the new death note is an (american) adaptation/reimagination’ ‘netflix is allowed creative license!’ ‘it’s just a movie’ ‘L is black so it’s ok!’ 

1. american =/= white. asians are the most underrepresented group of people in us television. light would’ve especially given them a unique role to break stereotypes in that he’s presented as intelligent, sexy, and ruthless, which contrasts how asians are actually represented (men are desexualised, women are sexualised)

2. do you not think it’s highly suspicious that they’ve set it up so that the White Guy With The God Complex kills the Ominous Hooded Black Man

3. this ‘adaption’ falls so flat because japan shapes light’s sense of justice. it specifically comes down to japan’s justice system in which most cases don’t make it to a prosecutor/court whereas in america money makes a huge difference in yr defense. basically light’s sense of justice is based heavily on the fact that many criminals never got a conviction (like misa’s parents?) & he deemed them guilty based on the facts that were available to him, whereas an american light’s solution to injustice will be very different to light’s initial screening-his-victims approach ya feel (tldr: light’s sense of justice involves acting as the prosecution whereas an american light would just be going against rich ppl)

4. also like the above: japan is very racially & culturally homogeneous country. the crime narrative does not necessarily rely on race, whereas in america… yeah. it kind of does. so basically you’ve got, again, a white guy with a god complex killing people who aren’t white.

EDIT: Guys, this isnt meant to be a romance piece or anything, I just like these characters ;)

ARGH IT’S FINISHED! 

I  have two screens - one is my laptop and one is a monitor screen. The monitor is what I work on but is calibrated differently to my laptop screen and I have NO idea which one is right. So I apologise if this is too dark or light depending on the screen you see it on… I tried to make it look good on both… 

Mor and Azriel :) Mor’s dress was so fun to paint <3 And no I do not ‘ship’ these two, it was just in my head so decided to paint it :) 

Merch will be available soon! 

Characters copyright of Sarah J Maas. 

Illyrian fighting leathers copyright of Charlie Bowater. 

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Acting to me is your spirit, you can’t be too academic with it, but you can’t be too artistic with it either, you’ve just got to feel it. It’s something you can’t explain it – I know for a fact that some of these A-list actors sometimes they watch their good performances and cringe saying, “I did that?” There are moments where I look and think that too, where I felt like I was capturing one thing and it comes out completely differently on screen, so there’s a soulful, spiritual truth to it.

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Everywhere Styles goes, a screaming pack of One Direction fans follows. But, now that the shaggy-haired singer is set to make his feature debut in Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated World War II film “Dunkirk,” his fans may well start screaming for a different reason. With no screen track record save for music videos, TV series like the U.K.’s “X Factor,” and a cameo in “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie,” the question remains: Can Harry Styles act? Certainly that looks like a good bet, and he’ll be surrounded with a host of A-plus British talent including Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy, and Kenneth Branagh. Styles might well surprise fans and critics in “Dunkirk,” and, perhaps, launch a burgeoning film career.Will Thorne (x)

YCH GIVEAWAY

   Info: While you can still buy the Pose for your character, I’m going to give a full colored one away to a luck winner!

End Date: Sunday, October 22th, 2017 at 12am CST

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Acting to me is your spirit, you can’t be too academic with it, but you can’t be too artistic with it either, you’ve just got to feel it. It’s something you can’t explain it – I know for a fact that some of these A-list actors sometimes they watch their good performances and cringe saying, “I did that?” There are moments where I look and think that too, where I felt like I was capturing one thing and it comes out completely differently on screen, so there’s a soulful, spiritual truth to it.

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I just saw Beauty and the Beast yesterday and I also so @johannathemad make this really cool au chart thing where she redrew beast as Adam, everything is the same but Adam just needs to work on his manners. AND I LOVED THAT. I took a few different screen shots and drew those as well! This is cool challenge thanks for the inspo Johanna!

you know you’re on my mind

This is part 1/? of a human AU I’ve been wanting to write for AGES in which Derek and Stiles are long-distance friends/pen pals. Derek lives in California and Stiles lives in Poland. Features brief past Stiles/Malia (Derek and Malia aren’t related in this AU). Idk how long this fic could eventually get; I’m hoping to just work on it as I get the time/inspiration. 

 Title from “Mind Over Matter” by Young the Giant because that song always makes me think of LDRs. 

EDIT: This WIP is now also up on AO3 here.

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If there’s one thing Derek’s learned in life, it’s that crushing on someone who lives on an entire other fucking continent is probably a bad idea.

He’s got dozens of photos of Stiles saved to his phone, and a whole box of letters from Stiles, and years’ worth of emails from Stiles, and a whole wall of postcards from Stiles pinned up on the wall over his bed, and none of it is enough.

He wants to do things to Stiles, okay, things besides just watch movies together in two different time zones or talk on skype.

…which… is kind of a new feeling.

Derek didn’t even know he liked guys until three years ago, freshman year of high school, when Stiles came home from a party raving about this girl he’d kissed, Malia something-or-other, and how Malia’s hair was so soft, and how Malia had the prettiest brown eyes and the best laugh, and—and suddenly Derek wanted to throw his computer against the wall.

“I have to go,” he’d snapped, and slammed his laptop shut and thrown on some jogging clothes.

He was five miles deep into the Preserve before it really sank in, not just the jealousy but the absurdity of the jealousy. He and Stiles had never even met, technically. They were probably never going to live in the same country. There was no logical reason for them not to date other people. Especially given that Stiles might not even like guys, or like him.

Still, he was secretly, guiltily, viciously satisfied when Stiles and Malia broke up barely two weeks later.

And since then the crush has gotten, if anything, worse.

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piethecreator  asked:

Knowing your other blog, I would like to know if this Blog is SFW? I want to show my siblings so I gotta know first.

there is:

  • gore
  • romance
  • hints of love making (as in they’ll do it and it ends) (or they already did it off screen)
  • different sexualities
  • foul language

you know that stuff that’s not into to much kids cartoons

only full blown sexual intercourse isin’t allowed, so yeah, this blog is kinda SFW

google.com
Using technology to address gender bias in film | Google
Machine learning helps identify gender in movies and reveals new information about gender inequality in highest grossing films and Oscar winning films.

This is FASCINATING and important - made in conjunction with The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media - CHECK IT OUT!  

The GD-IQ and how it works

“Dubbed the Geena Davis Inclusion Quotient (GD-IQ), the tool not only can identify a character’s gender, but it knew to a fraction of a second how long each actor spoke, and were on-screen. “This was revolutionary,” says Davis. “No one’s been able to do that before with any accuracy.” And GD-IQ works fast; what once took months to measure can now be quantified in real time.

GD-IQ uses machine learning to recognize patterns the casual movie viewer might overlook. To do this, the engineers didn’t provide the computer with a template or a set of hand crafted rules; Instead the machines were programmed to “learn” from examples that were annotated with the correct answer. This automated process ensures that the technology improves its own understanding over time. The tool learned to detect different characters on-screen, determine their gender, and calculate how often and for how long they spoke in relation to one another.”

How can this technology change things?

“The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media unveiled preliminary GD-IQ findings to producers, executives, screenwriters, and actors last year. The numbers were sobering reminders of the power of unconscious bias. “Over the past decade, we’ve developed meaningful relationships with many motion picture studios who genuinely want to improve gender balance in their movies,” says Madeline Di Nonno, CEO of the Geena Davis Institute. “Many of them are very interested in using the GD-IQ to analyze other content, like television.”

For those filmmakers dedicated to putting women at the heart of the story, there is good news.””

Read the full piece and check out the infographics here


GOOGLE, you’re still on my list in terms of your anti-feminist search results for feminist searches, your racist results for, uh, everything - the list goes on, and I’ll see you later on those points - but this is a solid.

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an ushi from last week that i finally got around 2 finishing!!! this is the first i’ve drawn of him i THINK (he got distracted on a jog) (can u blame him)

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Acting to me is your spirit, you can’t be too academic with it, but you can’t be too artistic with it either, you’ve just got to feel it. It’s something you can’t explain it – I know for a fact that some of these A-list actors sometimes they watch their good performances and cringe saying, “I did that?” There are moments where I look and think that too, where I felt like I was capturing one thing and it comes out completely differently on screen, so there’s a soulful, spiritual truth to it.