yvonnestrahovski: Last night The Handmaid’s Tale won
Program of the Year at BANFF. Such an honor to accept the award with our
wonderful executive producer Warren Littlefield. This is a tribute to
the powerful work of extraordinary creative forces. Margaret Atwood,
Bruce Miller, thoughtful directors, producers, designers, writers, crew
& the folks at Hulu & MGM & the fierce Elisabeth Moss
leading us all. #PRAISEBE🙌 [x]
I finally finished this gif! First time frame-by-frame animating anything so bear with me. I finished the background and character design a few days ago, and it was really cool to try and make it come alive a little!
“Selma snuck in to steal the testament of her late uncle, to prove that the property rightfully belonged to her and her siblings. “
a Howl’s Moving Castle piece I did in 2010. i took a lot of photos of this while in the process of painting it and had these posted on my (now abandoned) livejournal, thought i’d revive them and make them into gifs. click on each photo for description and steps.
media used: watercolor, Copic markers, ballpoint pens, chalk pastel dust, and white ink. paper: vellum bristol. || you can purchase a print of this piece here at my Society6 shop!
HEY TAYLOR <3 :) remember when you liked my album review on 1989 back in November? Well I FINALLY got the article in a frame I’m so happy <3 <3 <3 looks nice don’t it? :) anyways it’s been almost half a year since you liked it :) I know I say this a lot already but again THANK YOU so much for liking my album review back then. It was my first ever newspaper article and album review and I felt so happy and excited when I reviewed your album and had it published in the newspaper and I was even more happy when you liked it on Tumblr :) I’ll never forget it because you really made my day that day and you definitely inspired me to do more newspaper articles so thank you Taylor I love you so much <3 taylorswift <3
“What can we learn by examining only the first and final shot of a film? This video plays the opening and closing shots of 55 films
side-by-side. Some of the opening shots are strikingly similar to the
final shots, while others are vastly different–both serving a purpose
in communicating various themes. Some show progress, some show decline,
and some are simply impactful images used to begin and end a film.”
See, a fire would keep away the scary things! It’s not just about staying warm! . So I thought to myself: a good way to practice drawing a pony is to draw her sequentially like twelve times. I’m probably not going to do a lot of classically animated gifs like this. The sketches and lines were reasonable enough, but when it gets to the lighting in the hair, which naturally bounces and moves more than everything else, there’s a lot of time going into touching up however many frames. Sadly Fluttershy’s head grew in size between the first and final frames. Poor form, poor form, but I think this is my first fully rendered classical animation.