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[1/7]“The Red Lion is temperamental and the most difficult to master. It‘s faster and more agile than the others, but also more unstable. Its pilot needs to be someone who relies more on instincts than skill alone.”

“People are just as wonderful as sunsets if you let them be. When I look at a sunset, I don’t find myself saying, "Soften the orange a bit on the right hand corner.” I don’t try to control a sunset. I watch with awe as it unfolds.“

- Carl R. Rogers

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"Welcome to nerd school, nerd." → Hiro's first day of class | SFIT student portrait | rejected SFIT student portrait | drunk roommate | "Hey, thanks for not giving up on me"

Big Hero 6 cosplay
Hiro • Jin (me) / Tadashi • Miguel / Baymax • Kero
photos by Reskiy and Kat

» Part of our Big Hero 6 photo series (●—●)

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Difficult one here. Go for the full frame shots or get it over with quickly? All is good. (x)

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Robin from Fisheye Placebo looking melancholic in the city night. I wanted her eyes to resemble the fisheye lens of her camera. Many people think photography objectively captures reality, but that couldn’t further from the truth. A photographer can only capture the reality he/she chooses to see through. The types of lenses used, what’s included vs excluded in the photo, camera settings, and countless other things can alter the feeling a photo gives off, and thus reinterpreting the reality seen through the lens.

In other news, I’ve finally picked out my team of 3D artists to help me speed up my comic production. We’re still in some testing stages but I’ll be announcing the new team soon with sample artworks! So excited!

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Selections from the “What If…” section of Roy A Gallant’s Our Universe. Here, concept art for potential aliens in our universe is presented. Included are the sentient ice cube Plutonian Zistles; the Jellyblimps; and the Stovebellies of Titan, among others.

Notably, two separate species appear to travel by the power of their own flatulence.

[Jfelt]