delilahsdawson:

closer-to-the-edge-of-glory:

Happy Birthday Daniel Radcliffe
23 July 1989

Fabulous human being. 

Look at this magnificent bastard. And he’s only 25. What the fuck am I even DOING

delilahsdawson:

closer-to-the-edge-of-glory:

Happy Birthday Daniel Radcliffe

23 July 1989

Fabulous human being. 

Look at this magnificent bastard. And he’s only 25. What the fuck am I even DOING

"You only find yourself when you disobey. Disobedience is the beginning of responsibility, I think."
— Guillermo del Toro (via observando)

humansofnewyork:

"I know you were hoping for a senile man playing with his toys, but I’m putting together a donation for Housing Works."

aseaofquotes:

Poppy Z. Brite, Lost Souls

lorrainecink:

thechronicleofshe:

they only let us narrate yogurt commercials. 

This is the exact premise of Lake Bell’s In A World.

Which is a FANTASTIC MOVIE and you should all watch it

(Source: kerfuffle42)

emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know. emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know. emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know. emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know. emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know. emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know. emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know. emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know. emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know. emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:
1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots


The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic


At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know.

emmyc:

wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:

  • 1 week; the average amount of time for an animator to complete 3.7 seconds of footage
  • 3.5 inches, the cuff-to-cuff measurement of baby Eggs’ sweater (created on an embroidery machine to produce irregular lines, like a hand-knitted garment). His little socks are only ⅝” long
  • 4 scenes per week was the goal for each animator
  • 14 different fabrics were used in Lord Portley-Rind’s white hat
  • 24 kinds of weeds were created for backgrounds by the greens department
  • 55 different sculpts of prop cheeses were made; different scale sizes were needed for wide, medium and close shots

The 7th image… oh man..how do they animate water so that the wave lights animate alongside the character animation?? Is that some 3D printed water right there that they switch out over and over??? A light projection thru glass? Dying to know how it works. Everything about how Laika makes movies is real actual magic

At a guess, the water is mottled glass with a light source reflecting on it, which can be moved or angled bit by bit as the frames go on. But I actually have no idea and would LOVE to know.

"When your Daemon is in charge, do not try to think consciously. Drift, wait, and obey."
— Rudyard Kipling (via mattfractionblog)

Kipling offering JAEGER pilot advice.

secretlifeofamovieproducer:

bevoluna:

It is known.

Omg

(Source: ginnabean)

ausonia:

Octopus carved from a single block of wood

kateordie:

It’s not Kate Ordie it’s Kate Or Die

WAKE UP, AMERICA

Kate O’Rdie !