I am currently taking Portrait requests. I can draw anything from real people to cartoons, anime etc. Portraits are 45$ and anime, cartoons are 30$ take paypal and only mail in u.s how long it will take to finish depends on your request

anonymous asked:

How do you find the clips for your gifs? Do you just use youtube and then select the frames?

I rarely use youtube, unless I gif trailers or behind the scenes things. For the movies themselves, I need to download the entire movies in 1080p (bluray quality) in order to gif. There are plenty of tutorials on tumblr, but maybe I’ll make a comprehensive one at some point…

The credits at the end of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire say: ‘No dragons were harmed in the making of this movie.’ Source

They also appear on parchment paper that is burning around the edges like the names taken from the Goblet of Fire, and a burn in the parchment next to Brendan Gleeson’s (Mad-Eye Moody) name looks like an eye.


 In January 2016, I was unemployed, and my mom was kind of dying (she is in a type of remission now) so I obsessively sat down for 3 weeks - working at least 5-6 hours every day on Adobe Premiere Pro - to piece together a 6-hour film of Dragon Age: Inquisition, meant for an audience who doesn’t play games. I used DAI Cinematic Tools to minimize all UI, and I made a lot of creative decisions regarding seconds of frames, splicing together and cutting out mere seconds of footage or dialogue I thought didn’t fit in the original game. Some scenes are completely re-edited, custom.

People probably haven’t reblogged it much since it’s 6 hours long. Way too long. But still, I try to mention this on my Tumblr every once in a while since it’s probably the hardest and most deeply I have ever worked on any project in my life.

I’m sorry my graphics card wasn’t that great, so there are frame-rate issues.

Part 2 // Part 3 // Part 4 // Part 5

Thanks for watching!