The fluidity in this manga is just unbelievable. To be able to create anime quality gifs from almost everything in this manga is astounding.
Yusuke Murata, you’ve outdone yourself so far in this.
I’m unsure as to who created these gifs, I can’t really investigate too well since my internet connection here is a little..awful. So if someone can tell me who created them I can give them the proper credit
Tiana is another Disney Princess I can relate to: she works really hard and she is focused on her goals. She is also a lot of fun to draw–the way she moves is so fluid (characteristic of the movie Princess and the Frog), and her face is incredibly expressive.
if attraction is based on gender, but you can’t assume someone’s gender by looking at them otherwise you’re being transphobic, then how do you describe who you’re attracted to? moreover, if everyone’s gender identity is so fluid, then how can anyone have a concrete sexuality? liberal feminism is full of holes. attraction is based on sex, not gender/gender identity
Can you explain the science behind the formation of undulatis asperatus?
I can try!
I haven’t seen an acutal paper on these amazing clouds, buutttt I’ve read a few things of how they work and can lay it out for you all in my terms.
So for starters, here’s the clouds we’re talking about:
Pretty cool, right? First thing that probably comes to mind for you is “wow, those really look like waves… or water… or something”! And you’re really hitting the nail on the head by looking at this. It does look like the surface of a body of water. Water is a fluid, air is a fluid, so let’s take this analogy and run with it!
‘What happens is you slowly learn these fights in stages, stage by stage and you build up and then they get so fast and so fluid that they just look like a dance where you are clocking steps and that is when you have to put the intention back in. You say to yourself, “I go for the strike here and now I see the opening there, and now I’m going to go for a thrust there.” It is a dance but it is also a dialogue. I find you can lose yourself in an acting sense in a fight far more easily than you can in a dialogue scene and I love that about it. We try as actor all the time, we strive just to completely sort of lose ourselves in the moment and we never quite get there but in a fight you can do it in seconds that is what I love about it.’ - Kit Harington 2014