have some bad gifs

damn city folk

I like to imagine Rung’s segway going as fast as a small vehicle.

I’ve got a weakness to the underwater aesthetic so I decided to give it a shot, myself! The way anime liquid recolours everything but the purest white to various shades of aqua and there’s lovely attention to detail to movement, it’s very pretty~ 😻✨

My attempt is only 4 frames and kinda choppy, but overall I’m rather pleased with the result! It’s also so much fun drawing Goku’s hair when it actually moves around :’3c

Poor Goky gets pretty frustrated in this part of the anime, mostly considering his son, friends and Vegeta are getting the crap beaten out of them while he can only sit there and feel it, but he sure makes an interesting fight commentator! I love his internal monologues and the framing and all that jazz 😺🎵

“When we got on stage in Chicago, it was crazy. It was a rush, because we honestly didn’t think people would care, and that’s the truth. But it felt like we didn’t miss a beat.” - Pete Wentz

#1364 “When I saw AUJ in theaters, I’d never read the book (I know, blasphemy!). Afterwards, I hopped online and read every fic with Thorin (because HOT DAMN, new fave character!), only to find a bunch that killed off him, Fili, and Kili. I was confused, thinking people were just being brutal. I asked my friend the next day if she had seen how much character death the fanfictions had. She asked if I’d ever read The Hobbit, and then was like, “Boy, do I have some bad news for you.”

I haven’t animated in so long??

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take me from the dark

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a series of unlikely crossovers:

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The Legacy of Emperor Tsao

Emperor Tsao’s short reign was unremarkable by the standards of the ordinarily bloodthirsty mogu dynasties, notable mostly for administrative reorganization.

He did, however, leave a lasting legacy to the pandaren people. By imperial edict, pandaren slaves were permitted to read, write, and establish their own schools.

While many mogu monuments were removed after the revolution, Emperor Tsao’s likeness remains here on the coast, greeting the sun every morning and looking over the people he helped to save.