that came out of nowhere and it was awesome

The best compliment I have ever received came from a child...

Yesterday was a no make up kind of day at work. It was constantly busy so I was a little flustered. So, I was walking by and he was with his mother and grandmother. He couldn’t have been more than 5 or 6. As I walk by, he just blurts out “OH MY GOD Mommy, She’s so beautiful.” When I came back out to check on their table, he looks at me and says “Are you a princess.” It’s sad a child can stop you and give an honest compliment, but a man expects you to take his vulgarity as a high honor.

blacksheepcantsleep  asked:

I remember following you a long while ago for your Silence of the Lambs art, but I really like your other art as well!

Ah my SotL period. That was a flurry of fangirly passion that came out of nowhere but it was significantly dampened cuz at the same time Hannibal was coming out and I had a hard time reconciling the awesome things that came out of that show  with it’s need to shaft/undermine the female characters and narrative–particularly Clarice’s narrative in order to elevate it’s male characters. Oh well, I still love the books and my time spent in the small niche of fandom was fond. Maybe I’ll revisit Clarice and Dr. Lecter one of these days. I’m glad you stayed for the rest of my art and appreciate your support.

Okay, the major ending of the new Supernatural episode is awesome and shows a few things beside the return of our favorite Devil.

1. The Colt will come into play again but obviously not against Luci who we know it doesn’t kill.
2. Crowley was willing to snap the Lance of Michael to save Cas even thought he knows Lucifer is not in an enchanted object but locked in Hell and not even in the Cage. This means he willingly went against his own preservation instincts. Though like he said the world would pretty much be doomed anyways without the Winchesters, including Cas.

Just wow. That ending came out of nowhere and I loved it. More Mark P. Is always awesome.

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Everyone remembers Burger King’s awesome Pokemon promotion, but no one ever talks about Pokemon’s earliest fast food venture with KFC.

I’m just as guilty as the majority, even though my first piece of Pokemon merchandise came from this outing. KFC ran a small promotion right before Poke’mania swept the U.S. It was nowhere near the scale of Burger King’s epic promotion with cards, toys, the illustrious golden collector’s cards and “trading” nights, but it was still a fair run with a couple of commercials and decent toys.

Being born in Kentucky, it’s standard here that you talk of Col. Sanders with the same weight as discussing the pope or the president. He introduced us to the best fried chicken you could buy at a fair price and he helped plant the seeds of a lifelong fandom in us, right before it’s peak.

Burger King drove it home at it’s height, but KFC deserves acknowledgement for kickstarting the craze in the south-east part of the U.S

The first Pokemon toy I ever got was the Seel beanbag doll offered from KFC. I kept it for years but frequent moves and my forgetful nature forced me to abandon it somewhere unknown. That Seel doll piqued my interest and led me to discover the anime series and further down the road the card game, the video game and so on. So in a lot of way, I have Col. Sanders to thank for my Poke’fandom

In hindsight, what surprises me now is the choice in Pokemon given toys. Vulpix, Dratini, Seel and Zubat were chosen above the starting 3, Pikachu and every other Pokemon that springs to mind when you think of the series. Pikachu is featured front and center in the commercial but somehow missed out on getting the toy treatment. My guess is that Nintendo wasn’t sure on who they wanted as the “face’ of the series just yet and hung up a poster with all 150 Pokemon and threw darts.

I wrote way more than I wanted to today about KFC and Pokemon so i’m wrapping this up here.

View the original commercial here

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The most heavily requested of moments to be put up from the stream last night (like I think literally EVERYONE requested it). Tony’s half came out of nowhere and then everyone asked Mike to give it a whirl.

I’ll put up some stream highlights between questions in the near future, since not everyone could make it. For those who made it, thank you for making it awesome!!!

  • Stydia fans in seasons 1-5: Omg look at these awesome Stydia moments! Wow they love each other so much! #slowburn
  • Antis in seasons 1-5: Lmao you stydiots, those are clearly PLATONIC moments. Stiles and Lydia will never get together #Stydiaisdead
  • Antis in season 6: wtf Stydia came out of nowhere tho?
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Hey, gee wiz Doc! How do you- how do you do the time traveling?

Boy, I’m glad you asked, Little Tommy.

Well, to keep it to the basics, nowadays when the time car travels through time, it creates a new timeline and forever leaves behind the one it came from.

So in this example, from an outsider’s perspective, Timeline A, the time car just disappears and is never heard from again. But in the new timeline, Timeline B, it- it reappears in the future… or appears to come out of nowhere if in the past.

It gets a little more complicated after that… anyway we can all agree the time car is awesome.

Hey!

Zootopia was awesome! Disney did it again, another beautiful piece of modern animation.

So, I used this awesome character that Disney developed in their new movie to practice a little animation. Nicholas P. Wilde, everyone! This animation came out of nowhere, I didn’t plan where I want to go with it, maybe you’ll come with a suggestion… I just really wanted to animate this character, and I want to put myself in tough situations where I have to animate a complex character with a complex personality. 

Work in progress, we’ll see how this will come out. Stay tunned.