- My chemistry test went really well today! I got 78%! That put me in a super good mood so I’ve spent the day creating a new study plan for when I’m on holiday over the next two weeks! Hopefully the level of motivation I feel right now will stay till then!
Disney’s Twelve Basic Principles of Animation claims that the most important principle of animation is squash and stretch. In essence, squash and stretch is there to give more exaggerated movement to characters or objects. It is quite literally, the squashing and stretching of objects. Squash and Stretch can be used to show more force on impact or even to help show anticipation as well as show acceleration. It’s a principle that can be found in every animation ranging from the stylised to the realistic. It helps make animations feel more natural and appealing, and squash and stretch is actually an integral part of reality.
also can we talk about the fact that the liches gave a whole speech about how suffering was a more powerful force than love, and then in a complete and utter luke skywalker moment, the boys threw a major wrench in their plans completely relying on THE POWER OF LOVE
whenever i think about Teru calling Mob his “rival”, all i can imagine is them having one of those cheesy ass shonen bro fights where it ends with them declaring their undying friendship for eachother or whatever but
you cannot tell me that Teru wouldn’t accidentally mess it up. you can’t.