Cut scene from Trash
WHY DO THEY CUT OUT THE MOST PERFECT PARTS?
Reminder that this was made in 2006 and is still a 100% accurate description of the fandom.
(Credit unknown, let me know if you’re the one who made it!)
I think I’m an artist. A full rounded artist. That’s what I love, you know. It’s art.
This is what family means to me. It’s not about blood.
Idk if this counts as a peeve more of an art-astronomy pet peeve
but when people draw the cresent moon and where the dark, shaddowed part of the moon is they put in stars
like studdenly that part of the moon is invisible instead of just being in the shadow
wait no peOPLE ACTUALLY DO THIS???
really stupid question though but like, aren’t there stars in front of the moon??? like??? space isn’t two dimensional so someone putting a couple stars in front of the shadow wouldn’t necessarily be wrong?? because aren’t there stars all around in space and?????? im just going to be confused forever frick uvu;
hun if there was a star infront of the moon we’d be fucking dead
i’m fucking crying
This is your chance to prove yourself.
oh my god
The Breaking Light
fandom: Pacific Rim
characters: Raleigh, Mako, Stacker
music: Vienna Teng
content notes: none
summary: Let your lion heart cleave the waves.
download: 53MB .mp4 | subtitle .srt
notes: Part of the Aims vid album, a super cool project where a bunch of vidders are making a vid for each track on Vienna Teng’s new album, Aims. Check it out! Thanks as always to purplefringe for the beta.
It’s such_heights and Vienna Teng and Pacific Rim.
I have been known to cry over any one of these independently. Put all three together and I am dead.
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. \o/
I mean, er, thank you very much! In no way did I make this vid to feast on viewers’ tears! That’s not even a thing!
If you don’t succeed the first time, try and try again until you do! (this was what I was struggling to draw right, I went back to it and managed to draw something passable I guess /sigh/)
Today I tought a lot about Amy’s kissogram’s outfit.
It’s taken me so many years, so many lifetimes, but at last I know where I’m going. Where I’ve always been going.