★DONT DO DRUGS KIDS★: I’ve never done this before and I’m sure it’s not going to work, but...
I’ve never done this before and I’m sure it’s not going to work, but as I’ve mentioned earlier, I’m doing a research paper and it’s on the idea that telling little girls that boys picking on them is a positive thing, and letting little boys get away with that, contributes to more abusive relationships as adults; because as someone whos suffered this kind of abuse in school and watching my 5 year old cousin go through this too currently, this is a very personal issue to me, and I need to collect data to give some credibility in that I’m not the only one who cares about this.
Please reblog or like this post if you believe that telling young girls that if a boy picks on her he likes her, contributes to more abusive relationships as adults due to the normalization of this behavior as children.
uhh how about telling kids of either gender to not pick on other kids instead?
My parents sent me a picture of their kitchen renovation (via)
WHEN YOU LIKE SOMEONE BUT THERE IS LITERALLY NO CHANCE THEY WILL LIKE YOU BACK
Not sure if this is interesting for you guys.
Around 6 years ago (gasp) I did a bunch of lectures on animation theory. One subject was how textures of movement have evolved over the years, alongside the more obvious progression of design.
I made these videos to illustrate more clearly how contrast in timing was something that has a clear progression from the 30s to the 90s. The timechart below each clip represents relative change in space between drawings - from the ultra linear early animation - to the soft bouncing of Classic era Disney - to the exaggerated Warner Bros style - brought to it’s peak by John K (in my opinion).
Sorry about the quality on these gifs. I’ll post more stuff like this if theres any interest.
love all these cartoons so much also
Neat neat neat neat.
Wait, he was 5?!
Oh my god, he’s a cutie! <33
First food gifset, something I’d like to try: Balloon Chocolate Bowls (x)
LIFE IS WONDERFUL
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i may have liked your post but that doesn’t mean i like you
when a non-art class assigns an art assignment