Thursday - saw a phenomenal play in one of the most supportive sold out standing room only audience I’ve ever been a part of
Friday - saw an opening night screening of a movie I’ve been dying to see for months and asked the director (who also wrote one of my favorite movies ever) a question, which he answered in great detail
Saturday - spent the day in the lesbian utopia of Dyke March
seeing Beauty and the Beast in hyper-realistic CGI has forced me to re-evaluate the entire concept of the movie. Like the whole “talking furniture” thing was adorable & COOL in animated-form, but in reality it’s like a fuckin horror movie. You’re trapped in a place where cups have EYES and literally anything could’ve been an ex-person. That spoon you just licked clean? A person. That chair you’ve been sitting on? Practically someone’s LAP. That toilet in your bathroom? Oh-ho-hooo bOY DO I HAVE SOME NEWS FOR YOU.
Everyone is born, but not everyone is born the same. Some will grow to be butchers, or bakers, or candlestick makers. Some will only be really good at making Jell-O salad. One way or another, though, every human being is unique, for better or for worse.
I had to draw this out - it is undoubtedly one of my most favorite scenes out of the movie. I
was so impressed by Chris Pine during this moment because his acting was
so convincing. I liked his take on Steve Trevor throughout but he
really clicked as a character for me here. I thought these lines were
beautifully written, and his delivery was so perfect that it really
stuck with me while I was leaving the theater. I feel like this moment
alone is a beautiful example of their relationship.
I was watching Howl’s moving castle for the hundredth time again this weekend and I couldn’t stop thinking about Victor when I saw Howl >w< so this happened when I realized how much I wanted to draw Vitya with long hair as well ♥ ゜・。。・