Baffling Balloon Behavior
Not only does Destin have one of the best YouTube channels on this fair planet, but he is also a wizard.
Just kidding, he just has an eye for science in everyday life. In the latest Smarter Every Day, Destin and his two adorable assistants make a helium-filled balloon do something very, very strange inside their accelerating minivan. So strange, in fact, that you might feel like his family car is a secret portal to a land where physics is broken.
Here’s an idea: After Destin shows you the trick, pause the video for a few minutes and see if you can figure out what’s going on. Then, if you don’t understand or agree with his explanation, head on over to Reddit to continue the discussion!
Land of the free home of the rich
What really scares me is that they all have significantly cheaper health care AND education, which means Americans not only make they least, they pay the most.
Hey, was there a Fairly OddParents Easter or Good Friday episode? Or even a rabbit-themed cartoon? Or eggs, maybe? If not, we can always fall back on this “Open Wide and Say AAAGH!” title card. This one premiered back in October 2008.
There’s something intriguing, yet fundamentally wrong about watching chocolate bunnies melt.
That one with the hair dryer, though. There’s something absolutely gorgeous about it.
This will help you write good.
I’m honored to be part of this cool animation event happening on Tuesday in NYC! I’ll be screening Episode 3 and talking about Doctor Puppet alongside 4 other female stop motion animators. It’s open to the public and free to attend!
I really think the BBC should release a Doctor Who art book.
A lot of movies are releasing books filled with concept art and planning materials lately, and I think Doctor Who would be a great subject for that kind of treatment.
Doctor Who is very universal, and a lot of people who work in British media have a sense of respect or adoration for Doctor Who. It’s a show you can grow up on and still love when you’re a pensioner, it never leaves you, it becomes a part of who you are, and a lot of people who grow up on Doctor Who want to be involved in the show some day and some decide to achieve that by working in the media. In a round-about way, Doctor Who creates job interests.
So what better way to help those people than by showing off the concept art and planning materials that go in to Doctor Who’s preproduction stages?
The ones that are available for looking at are very interesting, and I’d love to see more. I’d definitely go as far as to buy a nice thick hardback for access to them.
Mickey Mouse -1930-40 Illustrations
Roger Rabbits special effects still fucking hold up by todays standards AND looks better than most films that come out NOW it was that ahead of its time
I’m still amazed that Hoskins had that little to work with. Everything about this video is awesome.
Some Imageboards for me old project KITSUNE.
French artist Christophe Ferreira (Kitsune, Le Monde de Milo…) is now ok Tumblr.
Christophe works in Japan since many years as animator (Mine Fujiko to Iu Onna and Lupin III tv specials, Genius Party, Uchuu Kyoudai, Magic Tree House, Bleach, Oban Star-Racers, Wakfu’s Nox and Ogrest tv specials …) and he’s also a comic book artist.
We still haven’t even gotten past the 19th century yet around here.
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE
A British citizen was held for days without charge in a London mental hospital under little-known laws which allow the police to arrest and detain anybody who voices criticism against politicians or celebrities
Welcome to fascism.
It’s disturbing how easily people ignore this.