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It’s Left Me So Undone

@likingthistoomuch recently said that the lyrics from “Shake It Out” by Florence + The Machine really fit Molly post the ILY phone call. I chewed up and digested the words as well and totally agreed! So I wrote a somewhat feelsy little one shot from Molly’s POV after the call. Though, naturally, I had to get an actual Sherlolly scene in there too hehe. Enjoy, readers! ;)) And thanks for helping and beta reading @artbylexie ❤️ 


Molly’s fingers lost their grip on her mobile phone and it clattered onto her kitchen counter. She jumped slightly but didn’t bother to pick it back up, instead covering her trembling lips with her hands while gulping back silent sobs. 

As anyone tends to do after an emotionally charged conversation or confrontation, Molly began desperately trying to replay it in her mind; trying to solidify and retain the details as best she could and understand it all fully. And often, after an experience like that, one would naturally tend to bring to mind the things they wish they’d said in hindsight. But strangely enough for Molly…

Not this time.

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anonymous asked:

hi! first of all i love your art and i've been super inspired by your animations!! i'm an animation student too and i'd like to know more about your school if you don't mind? it's in denmark right? what is the level for entering? the cost? i just have one year left to get my bachelors degree in 2d/3d animation and im looking for 2d oriented schools... otherwise, how is it going for you? (sorry if im asking too much! i'm very lost)

Hi! Thank you! and yeah sure!

First of all, here is a link to the schools website: http://www.animwork.dk/en/

It is in Denmark, Viborg. To enter you must have finished high school (or our nordic equivalent gymnasium), you have to prepare a portfolio according to the requirements on the website, write a personal letter. Then, if you pass the first round, you have to do a test and an interview (the test can be done here or via skype).

In Nordic countries, tutition is not a thing, I don’t pay anything. We do have a material fee, which includes programs, computer at school, drawing tablet, pens, sketchbooks, papers, school trips etc. It is 2200 danish kr/month.

I don’t know how it works if you come from outside Eu, if you have to pay, but I’m pretty sure you don’t (since we do have a couple of students that are, and I’ve never heard them mentioning it)

The school is not 2d oriented though. 1st year is 2d only, 2nd year is 3d only (though the last couple of assignments can be in 2d if you ask nicely), 3rd year is dedicated to creating the bachelor film in teams of around 10 people, and you choose which film you want to work on yourself. 4th year is internship.

The character animation program is a Bachelor, with 3 years + at least 3 months internship, graduating january your 4th year.


For me it’s going okay! I like 2d better, I don’t think I can…. live? Without drawing? so 3d can be fun but I just can’t love it the same way.

the fucking face of god | first furinthians

While I agree that there has yet to be a decent film adaptation of a video game, I resent that one specific post with the wording that video games are a “dynamic visual form” to film’s “stagnant visual form” (like okayyy, even if we’re going to go with video games are interactive and film is observed, that doesn’t really…… mean the same thing as dynamic and stagnant) and that there is no way for a narrative to “gain anything in return” that it cannot have in a video game.

It’s just a fundamental misunderstanding of film as a medium.

Additionally, I think the failure of video game film adaptation lies in both filmmaker’s being hyper-conscious that the source material is a video game and the idea of it being an adaptation and an attempt to be hyper-faithful to the source, which changes the way they approach the material.

But, really, I’m most annoyed that the wording of the post suggests that film is an inherently inferior narrative medium.

Of course some narratives are better handled by video games. Just like how some are better handled by film, or prose, or poetry, or comics, or sculpture, or painting. And, like, the failure of a medium to adapt a particular narrative isn’t a failure of the medium itself. It’s because the way one approached that narrative wasn’t suited to the medium.

And really, you can tell the same story, with the same characters, through different mediums. You just need to change how you approach and frame it.

anonymous asked:

Cringing so hard at people asking where is dan when it was obviously a phil collab with a friend and he was so soft and genuine it was the best collab i have seen in a while (and also dan is always under the bed whenever phil has a collab lurking so calm down)

the phandom is simultaneously the most wholesome and most embarrassingly awful community 

i can just see other youtubers being all like “oh, you’re collabing with dan/phil? be prepared for the ONSLAUGHT of hate lmao”

like dan and phil would not want you to be negative towards the people they collab with, these people are their friends! the only comments anyone should make in these vids are supportive ones about the video itself smh 

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our tiny smol has arrived at the jungle 😣💓💓💓

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You are the future of humans and monsters!

Next part is here! In which Chara settles in with the Dreemurr family and things might actually be okay…at least at first. 

The next and final part will be here in a week!

EDIT: Fixed a spelling error.

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I think I need to see everything that’s not the inside of a hospital. I need to travel and explore and hike and breathe. I want to breathe it all in, away from the monitors, and the blood, and the sterile gowns. Away from saving other people’s lives, I want my own. It’s time I live my own. 

Thank you for Stephanie Edwards, @jerrika