ever buy a figure that you realize you just don’t want and no one will buy it off you? well, here i am.
what you get:
- one brand new shoyo hinata 1/8 scale figure, complete with box and wrap (stock photo from amiami, more photos and info here).
- mbf me
- please be over the age of 18 or have a parent/guardian consent to your entering
- you can enter the giveaway on tumblr by reblogging this post
- or by following my instagram and reposting it there
- i will ship anywhere within the united states and canada (sorry, this is a fairly large parcel and international shipping is expensive!)
giveaway ends oct. 31st at 11:59 pm est
Sketches (by Glen Keane) and final animation
A shift in rendering quality for emphasis
Rendered art is a gorgeous sight to behold. Your eyes (at least, my eyes) get all gooey and detail-happy and it gives an otherwise nice illustration an extra boost.
Arzach by Jean “Moebius” Giraud, page 33-34. EYEGASM!
In comics, however, this kind of rendering can not only be extremely exhausting for the artist, it can also be exhausting for the reader! Too much rendering all the time can oversaturate our brain’s capacity to notice differences in detail.
Why do we want our readers to notice changes in detail? Well, an artistic upgrade can help put an extra ‘oomf’ to an otherwise OK panel when something important is happening. Let me elaborate.
garbage elk. it is shaking. its back is covered in candles which flicker ominously.
I know, I know, I should be working on my comic. But Whimbrel showed me a fursona generator. Or at least, it calls itself a fursona generator. Everything that comes out of it feels like some kind of strange and powerful deity.
I’m going to call him Candleback, He is the Shadow of discarded dreams. Every time you give up on an ambition, he knows. He remembers. And he will remember your dreams long after you are gone.
His favorite color is fuchsia.
It’s here! The epic, amazing, and tearbending trailer for the final Legend of Korra season has arrived. Check it out and reblog with your best reaction gif.
For me liking anime was an ugly metamorphosis into a sad fart that denies she existed from ages 10-14… and maybe 151/2
whispers desperately to myself “I am an adult”
And the cycle begins anew.