Welcome to the inside of my female 18 year old, weird, random and arty mind c:
I'm a multimedium art student but I prefer sculpting, digital painting and traditional sketching.
Relationship status: I'm currently committed to a complete goofball who is a drama student, an amazing singer, an amazing actor, plays guitar and is artsy in terms of film and cinematography. He's adorakable as heck and never ceases to weird me out, make me laugh till I cry, makes me squee about his cuteness, makes me love him more with his sweetness and worry about his ass endlessly.
I love and care for my followers deeply so if you're ever feeling down, I'm always here to vent to or talk to c: <3
~ Sunday, March 9 ~
Oh please, killing me… that’s so two years ago.
Why mock the process when you can change it (and still totally mock it)?
4 People Who Really Are Making the World a Better Place
#3. Stephen Colbert
To deny the influence and power of a man like Stephen Colbert in our world is to put your fingers in your ears and scream like one of those pop culture goats we keep seeing on YouTube. … Why is what Colbert does important? Because his influence is palpable. Colbert’s super PAC to run for president of the United States of South Carolina raised over a million dollars, which he then donated to charity. What’s more, he inspired students across the country to start their own super PACs. What the hell is a super PAC? It’s a political action committee that can raise a buttload of cash without disclosing much info about who donated it and where it went — these can be serious financial supports for a political candidate, and it’s obvious to see how they could be corrupted. After Colbert introduced Super PAC Super Fun Kits, Politico reported that 2.5 percent of registered super PACs had been started by the Colbert nation: real people wanting to effect real change, and a couple of goofy jokes.
So hey look I have this sheet and it’s really handy if you want to develop the basics of a character
it looks really simple at first but this is actually amazingly useful for getting to know your own characters
Back when I was studying animation, there was a class we took called Acting for Animators, a part of which was to develop a character. We were given this very sheet and it was incredibly useful.