seriously it works it's great

I love love love this shot of my Hera taken at SWCO by @FuryZhil on twitter.

This was right as Celebration was shutting down on the last day and we were slowly inching our towards the exit

@pilferingapples Have I mentioned lately that you’re awesome? Because you are.

I’m not a failure because I haven’t gotten to where I want to be yet; that’s not how it works.

So…I just started watching Ellie’s streams about a week or two ago (some time around the release of AToTS) and she totally got me into this adorkable show/skit/animated short? idk (Amongst other things…my brain is chalked full of madeon and electro swing now, haha). I also wanted to credit the colouring style used in this picture to her because it’s actually a really fun colouring technique that I had only used for pencil drawings up until now, so…uh, yeah! It’s real awesome and makes the whole process really interesting! It’s really flipping great!! xD

But yeah, anway. *whispers* This little film is the best so you should really go watch it. At some point. Ye.

Bonus!

We don’t even know if i’ll actually do it.

When someone says Voice Acting/getting into Voice Over is easy...

Originally posted by fiercegifs

Originally posted by preciousdorks

Originally posted by janoskiansijust-blog

It takes work, dedication, patience, diligence, passion, and an understanding that VO work is never about money. Voice Over actors are RIDICULOUSLY underpaid compared to many positions in the creative field, ESPECIALLY if you are a VA for an indie game. If you want to be a Voice Actor, it better be because you 100% want to be one because pay is NEVER consistent. 

It also takes a LOT of skill to be able to create a character using just your voice. No one is gunna see your actual face or body, so you need to channel all emotions and backstories into your voice. You have to CONSTANTLY take care of your voice and you need to not only maintain it, but consistently work to make your range larger and master your talent. 

What’s even worse is the changing times. Standards change ALL OF THE TIME so you have to learn how to adapt to every single director you meet and sign on with and you need to constantly monitor the quality and age of your equipment. If you fuck up, you could potentially sign the death wish of your career.

Originally posted by tonyandzivauk

If you ever hope to be a professional Voice Actor, then you better be prepared for:

  1. MULTIPLE FAILED AUDITIONS (You will not land many roles)
  2. CONSTANT COMPETITION (You will always have competition)
  3. INCONSISTENT PAY (Every company is different, especially indie)
  4. EXPECTATIONS OF GROWTH (Maintain your voice and keep getting better or be knocked the fuck out by other talents)
  5. CONTINUAL CHANGING STANDARDS (Every director is different. Suck it up)
  6. EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS AND NEVER-ENDING UPGRADES (You need to have a good microphone or you need to get in good touches with a pro studio, which will suck the money out of your pocket)
  7. LOCATION LIMITATIONS (If you don’t live in a certain area, some jobs won’t even listen to your demo reel)

When you can FULLY understand the items above and the expectations of a Voice Actor, then I DARE you to say that it’s easy to be a VA or to get into the field.

Originally posted by giffity-gif-gif

I write to say a thank you
For the gift that you did pick
So thanks and never call again
You passive-aggressive prick

here’s the thing

it’s not that we don’t want diversity or lesbians in your show

it’s that you literally wrote [even by accident] the perfect recipe for the greatest, most realistic teenage love story in a post-apocalyptic universe, with equality and all the shit we want in love, aND YOU REFUSE TO ACKNOWLEDGE IT AND SHOVE A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP DOWN OUR THROATS 

So guess what I finally started and caught up on today

coyoteee  asked:

Hey Teen Wolf crew! Just wanted to stop in and drop you a quick note of appreciation for being awesome! I started watching when I found out on of my all time favorites, Shelley Hennig, was joining the show and watched the first 2.5 seasons in record time (I think). I fell in love with the show within the first 15 minutes! I am so excited for season 4, and for seeing Malia in action! June 23rd seems like a seriously long time away (it's kind of torture)! Keep up the great work!

Yay! Thanks for the support! Welcome to the pack!