I’ve been packed lately. Shifted companies and accepted some freelance gigs here and there.
I was very nervous doing this scene because I’ve never done actual transformation stuff. It was definitely a learning experience, and a good callback to really mixing up straight ahead animation again.
After a semester of constant animating, here’s my 114 final! It’s been a lot of fun being able to animate Peggy all semester, I’m glad I chose her as my character. I’ll eventually upload the rest of my Peggy tests~ The prompt for this one was the character has to look for something they can’t find, and it had to be exactly 15 seconds long. So it’s super short but it took like…a month >_< Hope you like~!
A/N: I combined two requests btw. AND YES I KNOW I TOOK FOREVER. THIS IS A LONG ASS IMAGINE SO BE READY. Oh yeah Idk how to write childbirth, so if it’s not accurate..sorry. Lol anywaysss hope you enjoy (ITALICIZED PARGRAPH IS A FLASH BACK)
Requests: “Okay. So I was thinking what if we had a Grayson imagine where the reader had been best friends with them both forever. She gets with Ethan and she gets pregnant but Ethan dumps her and runs away. She’s left with massive anxiety and depression but Grayson helps build her back up and raises the kid as his own and they end up having loved each other forever.”
“Hey girl, hey. Can you do an imagine where Y/N and Grayson get home from the hospital with their baby girl, and that night, Grayson won’t sleep and he’s just kinda sitting there because he wants to protect the baby and he’s nervous something will happen to her? Make sense? Yes no? ilysmmmm 💕🖤❤”
Word count: 12,500 +
Warnings: Cusses, Birth, and this is extremely long so yeah :) OH YEAH LOTS OF TIME SKIPS SO PAY ATTENTION :D
“Y/N..you have to get up.” Grayson murmured as he poked your leg through the duvet draped across your body. “No. Leave me here to wallow alone in my own sorrow.” You retorted, however your words were muffled by the pillow that your tear stained face was shoved up against. Grayson seemed to understand what you were saying, but he wasn’t having it. “Get up, it’s not healthy for you, or the baby.” He reasoned and poked your leg once again. Becoming frustrated, you kicked out a leg at him and groaned into your pillow. He caught your ankle in one of his hands and you squealed. “Gray! Let me go!” You lifted your head up to look back at him. He had a devilish, but cute smirk plastered onto his face as he pulled your foot up towards his mouth. Your lips formed an “O” shape and you let out a tiny gasp. “You wouldn’t..” You whispered as Grayson cocked an eyebrow, “Oh, I would. Unless you get your lazy ass up and off the bed.”
“Fine! Fine! Just don’t lick my foot, that’s gross. Do you have a foot fetish or something?” You said as he dropped your foot, letting it softly bounce onto the bed. “No but Eth..sorry.” Grayson trailed off as your eyes darted towards the ground. “It’s fine..its been three months, Gray..I should be over it.”
“But you’re not.”
“I know.” You said, your voice cracking just the slightest bit. Grayson looked at you, his look said it all. Sympathy and pain, his eyes wrinkled just a little because he was frowning, his lips curved downwards a bit. He had bags under his eyes, he hadn’t gotten much sleep and that was partially your fault. Okay, it was all your fault.
Being pregnant was horrible, you were constantly throwing up or just feeling crappy throughout the entire day. So, when you and Grayson would fall asleep, you would always creep into his bedroom complaining about headaches or stomach pains. Or, he’d have to run to the bathroom to help hold your hair up.
So, he eventually ended up moving into your bedroom, it made things much easier but he still lost sleep. Maybe more since you kept tossing and turning a lot.
Grayson walked over to your side of the bed and bent down to your level, he lifted up a hand and softly caressed your jaw and cheek. He used his thumb to push away the stray strands of hair as your head fell against his palm, so he cupped your face. “Time heals everything.” He whispered. “Well time is taking an awfully long time to do so, Grayson.” You muttered as Grayson leaned forward. His lips made soft contact with your forehead and your eyes fluttered shut at the relieving feeling. His lips lingered for a few seconds before he pulled away. “Just trust me.” He mumbled and stood up. You sighed and looked down at your growing stomach. It wasn’t very big, you were able to cover it with some of Grayson’s T-shirts and his baggy sweatshirts, but you knew you’d grow to be the size of a whale, not being able to fit into anything. The thought made you frown, you’d have to work out a lot more often to lose all the weight and Grayson would consistently have to remind you that you weren’t fat, it was just the baby. Of course you being you, you wouldn’t listen to him.
Delicately, you pressed your cold palm against your belly and sighed.
A tiny human was growing inside of you, and it didn’t have a father…
Well it did..but he didn’t want either of you.
Here are some tips that will make your school year a lot more easier when it comes to organisation,studying and it might help you when its time for exams!
Make to-do lists. Prepare your to-do list the night before. In doing so, you will know exactly what tasks you have to accomplish the next day.
Pack your bag the night before and ensure that you have everything you need for the following day.
Write the date next to any notes you take and title them so they are easy to identify. Putting page numbers on your notes is a good way to keep track of them.
Check your to-do list daily and cross off completed tasks.
Make sure your notes are complete. If you have incomplete notes it will be hard for you to learn from them when you are studying.
When you know you’ll have an upcoming exam,test,event or anything you must prepare for to attend, record it in your planner straight away. Don’t wait for later, you might forget it.
Break up your study time. Work out how many study hours you will need and schedule the study time in your planner accordingly.
Set certain times of the day for studying,homework and other school-related activities and stick to it.
Work on the most important assignments with the closest deadlines and set aside time to work on longer-term projects.
Divide big assignments into smaller, more workable tasks.
Focus on the goals you’ve set for yourself and follow them up.
Never allow the work to build up. Always try to stay on top of everything and keep ahead of deadlines.
Use a wall calendar for each term. List all projects and exam dates for each subject as well as any other important commitments you have.
Label desk drawers with their contents.
Ask for copies of past exam papers. It’s always good to find out what kind of questions are included in exams and the best way to do this is to look through old exam papers.
The key to learning something well is repetition; the more time you go over the material the better chance you have of storing it permanently.
Explain your work to others. Find someone who doesn’t understand the topic and teach it to them. This will help you to get it clear in your head. If you are unable to explain something clearly then more study is required.
Take short breaks during your study time. Eat nutritious food that helps your brain to focus and make sure you drink plenty of water.
Attend all review classes whenever possible.
Study in a well lit place with no distractions and have all the things you will need ready, such as paper, pens or a calculator.
Create your own study aids to help you. Create an outline from your notes of the main points or create a timeline of important dates. Make up your own flash cards or quiz and have someone test you.
Study more difficult subjects first and do the easier, more fun ones after.
If there is anything you are unsure of ask your teacher for guidance.
Set yourself a goal. Know what you want to accomplish before you begin to study.
Discuss topics with other students and arrange study groups to help each other.
Challenge yourself. A task thought of as too hard can slow you down. The same task thought of as a challenge can spur you on.
Time spent working on understanding issues saves time because you will then know what you are doing.
Find a study method that suits you. Make notes,use diagrams,flow charts and mind maps. Experiment and find what works for you.
Use any spare time you have to rewrite your notes and summarise your work.
Read over the entire test and calculate how much time you will spend on each question.
Read the instructions carefully and make sure you understand what you have to do before you attempt to do it.
Answer questions directly. If you get stuck on a question, move on to the next one and come back to it later.
Leave time at the end to look over your work. Make sure you have answered every question and check your mistakes.
Eliminate obvious false answers first when doing multiple choice questions.
Good handwriting is essential. Train yourself to write quickly and neatly.
Don’t leave studying to the last minute. Cramming can cause you to panic and leave you too tired to think clearly the next day.
Read all assigned material well in advance of the exam date.
Over learn material for you exams. Continue to study past the point at which you think you know it well.
Always read the instructions and answer easy questions first.
Ensure your grammar, punctuation and spelling are correct. You may receive lower marks if your answer is poorly written or grammatically incorrect.
Know what your purpose is for reading. How do you need to use this information? What do you expect to learn from reading this document?
Try skimming over the document first to get a sense of the general theme before you read it in more detail.
Make sure you understand what you are reading. If something doesn’t make sense then re-read it from where you became confused.
It may be helpful to read the words out loud or to form a picture in your mind of what you are reading to gain a deeper understanding.
Authors often include context clues to the meaning of words. The clue usually appears in the sentence or paragraph in which the word occurs.
Listen out for key phrases from the teacher such as “this is important”, “you need to know this” and “it is essential”.
Don’t confuse listening with hearing. Listening is an active activity, you must be thinking in order to listen.
Think about the reason why you are listening and set yourself a goal.This will help you focus on important information.
It is important to listen effectively. 80% of what you know is acquired through listening.
6: “Marry me” (part 2 from the 5/6 request, also andreil!)
It takes 4 months and 2 weeks to organize Matt’s proposal to Dan.
Neil knows because he’s been pretending to understand most of what Matt says to him for 4 months and 2 weeks.
It’s not that he’s not happy for them, it’s just that being told to celebrate love feels like being told to celebrate the way the world turns, or the gravity that continues to pin us like the bar on a rollercoaster seat. Neil celebrates love by staying alive to see it. He celebrates it by keeping it.
He looks at prospective rings and says they’re fine over and over again. He dutifully tells Dan nothing even when she asks outright. He answers the phone when Matt calls him in a panic at midnight and says “what if she says no” so many times that Neil hands the phone to Nicky.
It does make him think though, about Andrew. Without meaning to.
He doesn’t think of it as marriage in his head (to Neil, marriage has always been something that swallows you like quick sand). Tying himself to Andrew though — having something legally binding like Neil Josten on his documents, like their names on the lease, like his contract with his team — that means something to Neil.
Being with Andrew is the thrill of being in the game, but having it on paper would be like points blinking onto a scoreboard. He knows he’s scoring now, but he wants the crowd to know too. He wants this win to stick.
He doesn’t mention it because it doesn’t matter, ultimately. Neil doesn’t need other people to tell him that they love each other.
Andrew scoops Sir off Neil’s lap and smuggles him to his side of the couch. He pours one bowl of sugar crisp and one bowl of granola in the morning. He catches Neil’s sleeve before he goes for a run and uses every ounce of 5 AM energy he has to hold Neil’s eyes. Neil knows how he feels.
But he really does support Matt and Dan, separate from the way he’s scared of hospital rooms he won’t be allowed into or the box on a form that labels them ‘roommates’ like that’s anywhere close to enough.
The engagement lines up with a weekend that all the original foxes are scheduled to meet up on, scraped together by Matt’s meticulous hands and Nicky’s constant phone calls.
Andrew isn’t interested in going, but Neil asks, so. They’re the first ones there.
Alexa inspired me to post some of my tests from the Khonjin House finale, so… here ya go. Side-by-side of a test I did of Smack’s movement, from prelim to final product.
Connor asked us to make some demos of Pent and Smack moving, since they’re intended to have very distinct styles of movement. You can actually see one of my Smack drawings show up in the background as Pent is slowly rotating in the episode too.
requested by anon: Hi! Could you write something in which the reader is Tony Stark’s daughter and is Peter Parker’s girlfirend but her father doesn’t approve the relationship between them, one night the reader has a bad discussion with Tony and runs away to Peter’s house, so he comforts her until she falls asleep in his arms??? Omg sorry if this was toooo long. Thanks, darling.
pairing: peter parker x stark!reader word count: 1.69k warnings: small fluff, angst (bc what fic by moi doesn’t have a lil angst), prolly swearing?, suggested regret of adopting (i’m not sure if this is a warning, but jic) summary: being a stark is stressful as it is. when your dad is arguably the most famous man on earth because of his superhero alter ego and company, it’s hard to lead a normal life without him being overprotective. but it’s even harder to fall in love.
a/n: hi! so, i’m making this two parts because i had way too many time-skip parts and that bothered me as heck! @ anon: i’m so sorry this is so late! like i said before, school has me stressed beyond compare and i wrote this instead of doing actual studying so !! anywho, I hope you all like!
Being Tony Stark’s adopted daughter had it’s perks.
For one, you always had tech so new, it practically didn’t exist yet. You’d basically grew up with The Avengers as your permanent baby sitters and you’d never admit it but your first proper crush had been Captain Steve Rogers himself.
But, while it had it’s perks, like all things, it had it’s flaws.
For instance: Due to the fact you were still Tony Stark’s daughter, you had security personnel following you everywhere you went. You weren’t allowed to go to public school (top of the line private tutors for you!) and the name “Stark” attracted a lot of attention and you were never quite sure whether people approached you for you or, rather, for your Stark name.
For that, Tony was perhaps the most overprotective dad ever. He did background checks on every single person you had ever try to befriend - which would’ve been a lot better if he hadn’t made it known that he did said background checks. God, you could still remember the day he had asked a girl named Kerry if she had been the one to start the fight that was on her permanent record from 5th grade.
Him being so strict with friends, you hadn’t even allowed yourself to entertain the idea of having a boyfriend ever in your life. You could only imagine the nightmare it would be to introduce any possible boy friend material to him.
Tony, although once being one himself at one point, did not easily take a liking to many teenager boys. Or, maybe it was just because now he had a teenage girl. If anyone knew the ‘dangers’ of having a teenage girl and a teenage boy in the same room together, it was probably Tony Stark.
You could only hope that this would someday change.
Circuits final is tonight. I’ve been studying for so long and I’m feeling pretty prepared. I’ve made multiple outlines, flash cards, worked a ton of practice problems, and worked an old test.