monday time

Freddy’s got spots from ripping off stars from his face : the summer soundtrack so far.

  1. Since I Left You, The Avalanches.
  2. Lay All Your Love on Me , ABBA.
  3. Clouds Across the Moon, RAH Band.
  4. All The Young Dudes (demo), David Bowie + Mott the Hoople.
  5. So Sad, So Sad, VARSITY.
  6. What is Life, George Harrison.
  7. Knock Me Out, The Social Animals.
  8. Cry Baby (live), Janis Joplin.
  9. Melody Fair, Bee Gees.
  10. Bad Girl, Devendra Banhart.
  11. I’m the Sky, Norma Tanega.
  12. Ring the Living Bell, Melanie.
  13. & It Was U, How to Dress Well.
  14. C’mon Talk, Bernhoft.
  15. Stand on the Word (1982 Version), The Joubert Singers

    // listen on Playmoss.

Ooh woo, I’m a rebel just for kicks, now.

anonymous asked:

Manifestation Monday: one time I went home for a quick stop before heading out with friends, but when I was ready to go I couldn't find my watch anywhere - my bag, the usual spot, living room table, etc. I thought I had lost it. It was a meaningful watch and I was worried. I then remembered LOA & told myself that it's there, and to relax. Minutes later I decided to check my bag again and there it was, even though I was sure I checked before! // PS, sending you good vibes :)

See! That’s the best way - relax and you’ll find a solution! Sending you good vibes back! 


It’s Music Monday! Time for Bunsen to take center stage!


jackson wang abc’s(22 days ‘til his bday 🎂🎈🎉 )

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I finally had time to edit some videos i recorded a while ago! I hope I’ll be able to record some new tutorials soon 😊 #akitutorials #motivationfriday#speeddrawing #speedart

Hey folks, Paul here for MOTION MONDAY! Last week I posted some bouncing balls, and this week I’ve got some do’s and don’ts for animating them.

The example above (not perfect, but good enough for government work) shows that bounces should travel in arcs. This is because:

  • Change of direction at the apex is gradual, making a curve.
  • Change of direction at the impact is sudden, making an angle.

Let’s see what happens if we use too many angles:

If every change of direction is angular, there are no arcs; it looks like the balls are hitting an invisible bumper in the air.

Now, let’s see what happens if we use too many curves:

If every change of direction is curvy, we lose the sense of impact; it looks like the balls are fish jumping in and out of water.

Arcs are a major part of Disney’s 12 Principles, but that doesn’t mean “always use an arc for every motion.” It’s important to know when to use arcs, and when to use angles instead.

For anyone learning to animate, I hope that’s helpful, and stay tuned for more!


@platinumbered heck yeah he does, and theyre the fancy light up ones.

i dont have a twitter so if someone tweeted this at ray thatd be sweet :>

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