laughing cow cheese huh?
I BET THAT COW WASNT LAUGHING WHEN YOU SLAUGHTERED IT HUH
you don’t kill a cow
to make cheese
this is literally my favorite
Drawing collabs with talented friends more like
the last one hahahahaha
Two girls, one piano. Warning: Awesome.
Oh wow these girls are brilliant.
These girls: 1
Tom Hanks: 0
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor | Johann Sebastian Bach.
I wonder how long it took to practice this shit
DRIFT COMPATIBLE, BABY
Deathigner - short film
..In which the children of the gods of Death attend reaper-school.
Look at this ADORABLE short film.
WATCH THIS. This is so fucking cute that I started to cry
god, this is so sweet. And I really loved how they had different death gods too, even more than the 3 we focused on. All the different cultural Deaths
That was the cutest ting EVER
I love this *sighs*
If you’re in the LA area come see Steven Universe’s creator, Rebecca Sugar on a panel this Sunday at 7PM at Cinefamily!:
Animation Breakdown: Women in Animation showcase & panel
Presented by WOMEN IN ANIMATION. Co-sponsored by SIX POINT HARNESS and MONDO MEDIA.
Panel/screening followed by backyard patio mixer! For this very special evening celebrating the work of female animation directors, ABD’s partnered with our friends at Women In Animation: the non-profit dedicated to uniting “a global community of professionals to empower and support women in the art, science and business of animation.” First up, an amazing WIA-assembled panel with esteemed directors, and then it’s time for an ABD-curated selection of shorts past and present. Prestigious panelists include Lauren Faust (My Little Pony, The Powerpuff Girls, Wander Over Yonder), Emily Hubley (The Toe Tactic, Hedwig & The Angry Inch, Pigeon Within), Yvette Kaplan (Beavis & Butthead, King of the Hill, Zack & Quack), Lauren Montgomery (Wonder Woman, Green Lantern: First Flight), Rebecca Sugar (Steven Universe, Adventure Time) andLauren MacMullan (the Oscar-nominated Get A Horse!, The Simpsons). Moderated by director/actor Conrad Vernon (Shrek 2, Monsters vs. Aliens), the discussion covers animation direction across mediums: TV, features, shorts, traditional and digital, inside and out of the studio system!
Films to be screened:
- Pencil Booklings (‘78): Kathy Rose’s seminal scribbles brought to life
- Lord I: The Records Keeper (‘13): the 10-years-in-the-making short by Lori D.
- Set, Set, Spike! (‘02): Emily Hubley’s collage of memory, poetry and volleyball
- Like A Lantern (‘13): Lilli Carre’s haunting, wistful cut-outs
- Two Ghosts (‘14): new World Premiere by Amy Ketchum
- Northern Ice, Golden Sun (‘02): Faith Hubley’s Inuit inspired final film,
- and more!
Tickets: March 9
there is never a wrong time to reblog this
WHAT ARE THEY EVEN TRYING TO ACHIVE
Colin’s hoedowns are the best hoedowns.
our dark lord of clever hoedown copouts
its even funnier when you know that they hated doing it and collin figured out how to get out of it
This board was drawn by Pete Browngardt, creator of Uncle Grandpa! (Note the extremely sarcastic use of the word “hilarious” in scene 133.)