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I know what you are now.  I think I knew before, but, you know, after I sent that kid to the hospital, years ago, they said I had an anger problem, but that’s not true.  I was angry because of something else.  Something I’d lost.  Trying so hard since not to be angry.  Got me all defenseless, and I lost more, and more, and more… that’s not getting better.  I want to be angry.  When I ran home from college, on the bus I had this dream, or maybe I saw it out the window, last leaf on the tree finally blown off.  I’m so scared, all the time, and the fear *hurts*.  Feeling like everything is over, was over long before I got here, so long, hiding, or trying to outrun this.  I get it.  This won’t stop until I die, but when I die, I want it to hurt.  When my friends leave, when I have to let go, when this entire town is wiped off the map, I want it to hurt.  Bad.  I want to lose.  I want to get beaten up.  I want to hold on.  Until I’m thrown off and everything ends.  And you know what?  Until that happens, I want to hope again and I want it to hurt.  Because that means it meant something.  It means I am… something, at least.  Heh.  Pretty amazing to be something, at least. […] I know this won’t save me in the end, but I don’t need it to save me forever, I just need it to save me now.
—  Mae Borowski, Night in the Woods

After Wrath came yet another gorgeously animated sequence of Edward squaring off against Gluttony and Envy, though Gluttony appeared to have messed up and triggered an explosion that knocked Envy off their feet.

After that, it’s good ol’ Scarface! Camping out in the roots of a big tree. This is likely showing us that he’s a vagabond, taking refuge where he can.

And the moment the rain lets up, he’s on the move. He has a job to do.

I don’t think I would have inferred anything from this scene, had I watched this in episode 01.

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You're Not A Dream, You're A Nightmare

Pairing: Demon!Dean x Reader

Summary: Dean is back but he’s not the same.

Warnings: Demon!Deans a dick, a little violence.

Word Count: 505

A/N:So I realize this is really short. If you guys want this to continue, I do have more plans for this, including more dream sequences. But again that’s only if you want more. So please feel free to let me know what you think. Oh and @seenashwrite I cringed every time I wrote sweetheart, but it’s demon!dean so I figured I could be forgiven.

Catch up here: Part 1

Originally posted by lost-shoe

“You’re dead.” You squeaked out as you scrambled away from him. “I saw your dead body. You were gone.”

“Well here I am, not so dead after all.” Dean gave you a smug smile.

Something wasn’t right. Dean had never acted like this before. “How?”

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anonymous asked:

How much does your personal style matter if you want to become an animator (or storyboard artist) - and how much should and can you be able to adapt?

Hi Anon–your personal style matters a bit, but your ability to adapt to other styles is very important!
I can only speak from my own experiences, but hopefully they help… 

Every artist tends to have their strengths and weaknesses–in storyboarding maybe someone excels in action-packed sequences, and maybe another person excels in writing super hilarious scenes, and maybe another is great at grand, cinematic boarding. Some people can do all of it, and those people are amazing!!

But I’d say if your personal style is more of an action-packed “Avatar” style, you’re going to be more helpful on an action show than, say, a preschool show. Or if you’re really good at cinematic boards, maybe a super ‘toony, flat show wouldn’t be in your wheelhouse.  

If you’re able to adapt between all genres of animation (from action to comedy to pre-school), you will be very valuable as a storyboard artist. Be one of those people who can do all of it.

Also, sometimes your writing style matters as much as your drawing style.
I work on a board-driven show, which means storyboard artists get to visually interpret the outline that the writers provide and also have the freedom to add gags, dialog and other story-related ideas, if they feel the ideas plus the story. So on our show, it’s more important that you can “write” in the style of the show than draw in the style. Sometimes in the boards Star doesn’t get drawn on-model, but that doesn’t matter if the stories are well-written. Plus, we have a great team of revisionists that help get our drawings on-model and ready to ship overseas, thanks revisionists!!


 

It must be...

Some sort of planetary misalignment going on, because I am currently getting my butt whooped on every level.

Yogic breathing sequence beginning…now…