pigeon whistles

Whistling wolves ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ Whistling love ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆

A little animation I made while my friends where able to talk about the LGBTQ+ community with children from to a special day, to explain them many things about it. I support this all and my friends were happy I could join to animate a little thing for this event ^^

The kids loved it, parents as well, it was amazing!!

Love is everywhere, this is important! 

Song, Twisted nerve, remixed

Whoever’s job it is to come up with akumas in Miraculous, les aventures de Ladybug et Chat Noir is a Flash fan.  You can’t convince me otherwise.


Reverse Flash/Professor Zoom = Antibug

  • costume is exact opposite color of the hero
  • same powers/abilities as the hero
  • former obsessed fan of the hero

Pied Piper = Guitar Villain/Mr. Pigeon

  • sound wave attacks with musical instrument
  • commands a flock of flying rodents (aka pigeons)
  • with a whistle…kinda like a flute…?

Mirror Master = Lady Wifi

  • teleports through cell phones
  • hero smashes array of cell phones set up to keep her from teleporting

Weather Wizard = Stormy Weather

  • weather
  • a lot of weather

Black Flash = Timebreaker

  • faster than the hero
  • “kills” everyone she touches
  • travels through time

Pigeon Whistle

Used throughout Chinese history, the pigeon whistle is attached around the bird’s neck, and creates sound during flight as air rushes through the instrument (in this case the whistle is from a gourd).

You can just imagine how gorgeous and other worldly this would sound when thirty or more pigeons took flight- a flying orchestra.

We brought this out from our Learning Collections recently for a special table featuring artifacts from  throughout Chinese history.

Written by @kironcmukherjee. Last update: July 20th, 2014.

Imagine Kris recording an album of ambient sound and meditation tracks. It receives an all-kill, crowd favorite “Kris Struggles to Gargle (Sputtering Song)” staying at number one for three weeks.