the lights in this are awesome

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7 Day CAS Challenge - day two, the Face Generator

This was hard. D: I must have gotten the most asymmetrical face in the group! Using the new sliders came in handy but I realized there needs to be a few more! Like one to raise or lower one corner of the mouth. And I guess I should have used different lighting on the Sim so he looked less orange. Meh.

anonymous asked:

im in the same boat as that other anon, I love your blog and it's also helping me with my ed! Just seeing cute food in a positive light is so awesome, it's really refreshing and nice to see. Thank you for running this blog 😊 😘

I’m so glad you find this blog beneficial! If you ever have a problem or a suggestion that will help you out just send me a message and I’ll do my best 😘 

@boredwithbeingbroken that is a very good question, and one that I will now attempt to answer.

The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn

Probably Lucifer Sam, for the very simple reason that to me it sounds quite a lot like a James Bond theme song, and I’m a big fan of those films. A close second would be Interstellar Overdrive, as I love that the arrangement was different every time they performed it live apart from the opening and closing guitar riff.

A Saucerful Of Secrets

Definitely Let There Be More Light - can I have 20 minutes of just that awesome bass line? It’s a rather eerie song, due to the constant switching between the gentle, whispering vocals by Rick Wright and Roger Waters, and the harsher, louder vocals by David Gilmour.

More

Oh it has to be Cymbaline, doesn’t it? If I ever get married, I definitely want this song to be played at my wedding.

Ummagumma

I’m not the biggest fan of the songwriting on Ummagumma, but what I am a fan of is how each member of the band had a chance to make whatever music they wanted to make. However, I am going to completely ignore that half of the album and instead choose Careful With That Axe Eugene, as I love Roger’s screams.

Atom Heart Mother

My favourite song on this album is probably If, mainly for one extremely odd reason. It makes me cry. Now, I have no idea why the song has this extreme an affect on me, but speaking as someone who has a horrible relationship with emotions, especially ones that make me cry, anything that helps me to express emotions is something to be cherished. Additionally, Roger’s voice sounds beautiful on this track.

Meddle

Echoes. It is 24 minutes of pure bliss. What else could anyone possibly want in this world? If you’re still reading this, I suggest that you go and listen to Nothing Part. 14, which is on Cre/ation - it’s Echoes but shortened down to seven minutes and purely instrumental.

Obscured By Clouds

This is probably an oft chosen answer, but for a very good reason- it is Childhood’s End. All I want to do is play this song in my room as loud as possible and sing my little heart out. Rick’s playing on this is just divine.

The Dark Side Of The Moon

Can I choose every single song? I mean, this is a concept album so all the songs do flow into one another.

My actual favourite song on this album is Brain Damage. I mean how can you not love this song? It has everything- creepy laughter, spoken word, glorious synths, and some of the best lyrics on the album, among many other things.

Wish You Were Here

For a while it was Have A Cigar, due to the bass line, but now I think that my favourite song is Welcome To The Machine. The theme running throughout the song that personal identity is only an illusion, highlighted particularly by the lyrics ‘What did you dream? / It’s all right, we told you what to dream’, is definitely something that I have personally struggled with in the past.

Animals

Pigs (Three Different Ones). It is (in my opinion) an incredibly angry song, and sometimes you just need a song like that in your life! Also, I think this was the song that Pink Floyd were playing in Montreal 1977 when Roger Waters spat on a fan, so there’s a bit of lore to the song now.

The Wall

*glances at my url* I have to pick Young Lust now, don’t I. Genuinely, that song is my favourite on this album, mainly due to it’s satirical nature.

The Final Cut

Interestingly enough, I was thinking about the concept behind The Final Cut on my way home from work today, and how it’s association with a particular war (the Falklands War), rather than war in a more general sense, as on previous albums, may have affected it’s reception. I won’t get into that here, but I can talk about it if anyone wants me to.

Southampton Dock is my favourite song for one reason - I’m going to university in Southampton, and so I get super excited about that every time this song comes on.

A Momentary Lapse Of Reason

Sorrow - one of the first Pink Floyd songs I heard, and remains one of my favourites to this day. A great use for this song I have found is to put it on whilst I’m doing a strike in Destiny. For some reason I gather masses of motivation from listening to this track.

The Division Bell

Again, I’m going to go with an obvious choice here and say High Hopes. The song is fantastic all the way through, but the final lyrics of the song, ‘The Endless River / Forever and Ever’ are exquisite - thank you Polly Samson for having such talent.

The Endless River

I don’t really consider The Endless River to have songs per se, but in actual fact there are, and so I am going to choose Side 1, Pt. 1: Things Left Unsaid. The drifting waves of from the keyboard and synths gently bring you into the album, calming you right down on the way.

if people were elements,
then we are ice and fire.

your touch is frost upon my burning skin,
my breath melts your frozen heart.
your kiss is cool against my lips,
and my heat warms you all the way down
to the tips of your toes.

and although we could complement each other,
beckon the other away from the end of polarity
to come and meet in the middle,
too much of one

will eliminate the other.

—  and i’d never forgive myself if i caused your destruction, c.j.n.

Is everyone wearing green today? Nature’s light show displays a fantastic emerald ripple above Denali National Park in Alaska, a great place to see the Northern Lights. Says photographer Carl Johnson, “Having great aurora borealis images to show for a night out in the cold cannot truly capture the thrill of just being out there and witnessing this amazing phenomenon.” Photo courtesy of Carl Johnson. #StPatricksDay

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