i had to change the coloring

anonymous asked:

I promise I'm not asking you this to try and get you in trouble or anything, I'm just genuinely curious: if you ever animate a non-white person, will you keep the white or will you change the skin tone? I'm just curious. :)

Well.. I have, already.. For example, Kevin and Mark are darker than the rest, having asian roots, Marzia is more of a “tan” shade because Italy, and I had a colored police officer in my latest animation (also featured in Pun Fiction though that was in all monochrome).

They just range from white to brown, instead of “peach” to brown (and I originally based that off Oney’s “naked” outline-characters, because they stand out well against any background and the facial expressions read easily).

Soooooooooooo.. *cough* :P

I had a dream that I saw this beautifully-animated TAZ gif on my dash that was just the boys running against a dark background in this lovely lineless style and real nicely chosen colors–and they sort of shifted as their appearances changed by arc, or their running was occasionally interrupted by an enemy from that arc, or…I dunno, it’s hard to explain.  the point is, I was really impressed in the dream but it doesn’t exist so I guess once I’m caught up with TAZ I’ll have to make it.

anonymous asked:

ok but please google sasu/naru and tell me they are not the original lapi/dot. help lapi/dot is so generic why, the grumpy cold colors theme character with a happy and excited warm color theme one. its so generic I can name 5 gay ships with this theme from the top of my head. I finally pinpoint why i was disappointed with lapi/dot despite not even being an ame/dot shipper or anything= its too generic.

The fact that Peridot never used to be so happy, excited, and upbeat, and Lapis wasn’t as much of a grumpy, edgy teen character, almost makes it seem like they changed to fit this terrible ship stereotype. They had more potential when their characterisations were more interesting.

tinfoilrobot  asked:

Can I ask how you go about choosing your color palettes? I notice you tend towards analogous colors, and I find your works so pretty and atmospheric.

I know next to nothing about color theory so I had to google “analogous colors”, lol. I think that tells you a lot already. I tried to explain it here a while ago, but basically the answer on how I picked colors was “I don’t have a very clear answer about that” and “some colours are friends”. It also changes with my mood or with the music I listen to.

Long story short, I have no idea what I’m doing, lol.


Haikyuu!! S1 [15/25] → Revival
“Tobio-chan, shrimp-chan. How’s the freak duo doing?”

Fantastic Beasts was really good in that it was like watching two different but equally interesting movies that had a weird crossover section at the end. 

There was ‘cute british man child and animal friends take new york’ 

and ‘pain: the gay ghost story’ 

Nice to Meet You

Summary: An Sam x reader a/b/o fic. The reader moves to a new town and changes careers, but those aren’t the only major life changes she’s faced with. (An AU where both Sam and the reader work at a high school.)

Warning: a/b/o dynamics, knotting and claiming, smut

Word Count: 5,000ish

A/N: I had fun writing his one. Hope y’all enjoy it, too! Feedback appreciated!! XOXO

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Captain Swan + Memorable Kisses

For my OUAT SS Giftee @icapturedkindness <3

Okay but for real though

I wanna see more headcanons/fics about Hazel adjusting to the 21st century. Not so much in the technology aspect but in the social aspect. Keep in mind she lived in the 1940s. BEFORE THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. Like we know she had to go to a segregated school and everything, but we never get to see her reaction to how times have changed. For example:

  • Hazel asking where the bathrooms for colored people are and Nico having to explain that they aren’t segregated anymore
  • Hazel being surprised at how nice Percy and Jason are to her because in her time white boys generally didn’t acknowledge black girls. Especially not politely. 
  • The Seven stopping at a restaurant to get something to eat and Hazel being reluctant to go through the front door. At first, everyone is confused but then Annabeth catches on and assures Hazel that the restaurant won’t refuse to serve her
  • Hazel finding out about America’s first African American President and FLIPPING OUT
  • Frank showing her MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech and Hazel tearing up at it