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pixalry:

The Red Sun Collection - Created by Bruno Clasca
Available right now at Pop Up Tee. You can find more designs from this artist on RedBubble and Neatoshop.
pixalry:

The Red Sun Collection - Created by Bruno Clasca
Available right now at Pop Up Tee. You can find more designs from this artist on RedBubble and Neatoshop.
pixalry:

The Red Sun Collection - Created by Bruno Clasca
Available right now at Pop Up Tee. You can find more designs from this artist on RedBubble and Neatoshop.
pixalry:

The Red Sun Collection - Created by Bruno Clasca
Available right now at Pop Up Tee. You can find more designs from this artist on RedBubble and Neatoshop.
pixalry:

The Red Sun Collection - Created by Bruno Clasca
Available right now at Pop Up Tee. You can find more designs from this artist on RedBubble and Neatoshop.
pixalry:

The Red Sun Collection - Created by Bruno Clasca
Available right now at Pop Up Tee. You can find more designs from this artist on RedBubble and Neatoshop.
pixalry:

The Red Sun Collection - Created by Bruno Clasca
Available right now at Pop Up Tee. You can find more designs from this artist on RedBubble and Neatoshop.
pixalry:

The Red Sun Collection - Created by Bruno Clasca
Available right now at Pop Up Tee. You can find more designs from this artist on RedBubble and Neatoshop.

pixalry:

The Red Sun Collection - Created by Bruno Clasca

Available right now at Pop Up Tee. You can find more designs from this artist on RedBubble and Neatoshop.

She wouldn’t last much longer.

writeworld:

Writer’s Block


In one sentence is the spark of a story. Ignite.

Mission: Write a story, a description, a poem, a metaphor, a commentary, or a memory about this sentence. Write something about this sentence.

Be sure to tag writeworld in your block!

My biggest fear, may be good or bad, but I don’t
care. I am just so afraid of losing you, I know that
I could live without you, but it wouldn’t be a life I’d
want to live. All my hopes and dreams, all my faith,
would be thrown out the window to drown in the
depths of sorrow, because that’s where I’d be,
without you. I am so frightened of watching you
slip out of my fingertips, losing you to another
one with softer lips or brighter eyes, losing you to
the hands of a white light, taking you away forever.
It doesn’t matter the way you’d leave me, if it was a
car crash on main street at three in the morning, or
if was me watching you walk out that door for the
last time with a bag in your hand. I could not wish
on anymore stars because I’d just see your eyes,
and I could not count all the seconds in a day
because each second without you would feel like
a goddamn eternity. My life would slowly slip into a
nothingness, something that would become a cycle
of waking up alone just to fall asleep alone. I could
not do it, I could not be without you. Me without you
is like an angel without her wings, or me jumping
out the plane without a parachute on my back,
me falling down without the safety net.
I could not do it, I couldn’t.

i.c. // losing you (via delicatepoetry)

I am a lover without a lover.
I am lovely and lonely
and I belong deeply to myself.

Warsan Shire  (via fassadenmensch)

(via dominicmatthew)

thegreatestpracticaljoke:

Me:

image

You:

image

(via moritzstiefelshair)

You greet me with a goodbye

Arctic Monkeys, 505.
(via yoursixwordstory)

I thought of their astounding number, both in the present and past, of Zandy and Angela, of Brian, of Granny, even of my father, whose disavowal of me led to this place, and I understood that as much as I had resisted the outside, as much as I had constricted my life, as much as I had closed and narrowed the channels into me, there were still many takers for the quiet heart.

Steve Martin, from The Pleasure of My Company (via the-final-sentence)
moonzerotwo:

Star Maker - Les Edwards

moonzerotwo:

Star Maker - Les Edwards

(via 70sscifiart)

neilsanders:

Over the past week I’ve been answering lots of messages about how to start out in learning animation. There’s a million easily accessible ways to start animating, but one of my favourite exercises is the 9 frame animated morph. Here’s a couple of examples freshly completed by my wonderful illustration students as a one lesson introduction to animation.
To start with everyone drew a simple image, then we arranged them in the best order to get silly transitions. I then photocopied each persons drawings so that everyone had their image and the image theirs was to morph into. We then traced off a breakdown pose and inbetweens which cushion to the first and last drawings to give them a nice ease in and out (see the above chart). We also used pegboards which I made myself to match the size of a standard 80mm hole punch to ensure that all of the drawings would line up with each other (it’s an illustration course and we only do a tiny amount of animation so there’s no justification for $700 hole punches).
Do any of you want one of these pegboards? I made a couple of hundred a few years ago but now I’m down to just enough for my classes, if there’s enough interest I could make another batch and sell them for a couple of bucks plus postage?
neilsanders:

Over the past week I’ve been answering lots of messages about how to start out in learning animation. There’s a million easily accessible ways to start animating, but one of my favourite exercises is the 9 frame animated morph. Here’s a couple of examples freshly completed by my wonderful illustration students as a one lesson introduction to animation.
To start with everyone drew a simple image, then we arranged them in the best order to get silly transitions. I then photocopied each persons drawings so that everyone had their image and the image theirs was to morph into. We then traced off a breakdown pose and inbetweens which cushion to the first and last drawings to give them a nice ease in and out (see the above chart). We also used pegboards which I made myself to match the size of a standard 80mm hole punch to ensure that all of the drawings would line up with each other (it’s an illustration course and we only do a tiny amount of animation so there’s no justification for $700 hole punches).
Do any of you want one of these pegboards? I made a couple of hundred a few years ago but now I’m down to just enough for my classes, if there’s enough interest I could make another batch and sell them for a couple of bucks plus postage?
neilsanders:

Over the past week I’ve been answering lots of messages about how to start out in learning animation. There’s a million easily accessible ways to start animating, but one of my favourite exercises is the 9 frame animated morph. Here’s a couple of examples freshly completed by my wonderful illustration students as a one lesson introduction to animation.
To start with everyone drew a simple image, then we arranged them in the best order to get silly transitions. I then photocopied each persons drawings so that everyone had their image and the image theirs was to morph into. We then traced off a breakdown pose and inbetweens which cushion to the first and last drawings to give them a nice ease in and out (see the above chart). We also used pegboards which I made myself to match the size of a standard 80mm hole punch to ensure that all of the drawings would line up with each other (it’s an illustration course and we only do a tiny amount of animation so there’s no justification for $700 hole punches).
Do any of you want one of these pegboards? I made a couple of hundred a few years ago but now I’m down to just enough for my classes, if there’s enough interest I could make another batch and sell them for a couple of bucks plus postage?
neilsanders:

Over the past week I’ve been answering lots of messages about how to start out in learning animation. There’s a million easily accessible ways to start animating, but one of my favourite exercises is the 9 frame animated morph. Here’s a couple of examples freshly completed by my wonderful illustration students as a one lesson introduction to animation.
To start with everyone drew a simple image, then we arranged them in the best order to get silly transitions. I then photocopied each persons drawings so that everyone had their image and the image theirs was to morph into. We then traced off a breakdown pose and inbetweens which cushion to the first and last drawings to give them a nice ease in and out (see the above chart). We also used pegboards which I made myself to match the size of a standard 80mm hole punch to ensure that all of the drawings would line up with each other (it’s an illustration course and we only do a tiny amount of animation so there’s no justification for $700 hole punches).
Do any of you want one of these pegboards? I made a couple of hundred a few years ago but now I’m down to just enough for my classes, if there’s enough interest I could make another batch and sell them for a couple of bucks plus postage?

neilsanders:

Over the past week I’ve been answering lots of messages about how to start out in learning animation. There’s a million easily accessible ways to start animating, but one of my favourite exercises is the 9 frame animated morph. Here’s a couple of examples freshly completed by my wonderful illustration students as a one lesson introduction to animation.

To start with everyone drew a simple image, then we arranged them in the best order to get silly transitions. I then photocopied each persons drawings so that everyone had their image and the image theirs was to morph into. We then traced off a breakdown pose and inbetweens which cushion to the first and last drawings to give them a nice ease in and out (see the above chart). We also used pegboards which I made myself to match the size of a standard 80mm hole punch to ensure that all of the drawings would line up with each other (it’s an illustration course and we only do a tiny amount of animation so there’s no justification for $700 hole punches).

Do any of you want one of these pegboards? I made a couple of hundred a few years ago but now I’m down to just enough for my classes, if there’s enough interest I could make another batch and sell them for a couple of bucks plus postage?

Please just shut up and speak.

justshutupandspeak (via yoursixwordstory)