Photo 8 Apr Background practice

Background practice

Video 6 Apr 510,256 notes

n0-sudden-revelations:

flatbear:

tickling-your-man-boobies:

dudewheresmycat:

give me the reasons not to reblog this.

they don’t exist

You don’t see many Mumford and Sons gifsets. This is really cool.

YOU DON’T SEE MANY MUMFORD AND SONS GIFSETS

Video 3 Apr 180,501 notes

coca-cola-anne:

You may not be able to see your own beauty or love yourself but one day, someone will. You have only lived such a small part of yourself, you will never know what the future brings. So, keep going. Hold on. You are never alone. ♥

via Kirra-Bluu.
Video 1 Apr 7,038 notes

darknephilim:

morismako:

migizi:

extradan:

technologybehindmagic:

Pacific Rim is a Visual Effects phenomenon in every detail of its being. The film’s effects were produced by Industrial Light and Magic, a studio that stands as a pinnacle of digital arts. This video shows the making of the Hong Kong battle sequence, which was pretty much done almost entirely digitally. This battle sequence looks so realistic, the ability of the ILM crew is beyond comparison. There aren’t many inside looks into the work of ILM, so it’s incredibly fortunate that they released this to the public. Watch and be amazed!

Hell, they made such a great realistic work on that movie, it was a worth movie to watch.

"It was so hard, we did it last"

That’s the spirit.

why wasn’t this movie nominated for an oscar for its visual effects again?

and are we going to talk about the fact one of the dude’s last name is jaeger?

I found it interesting that the men refer to G Danger with he pronouns, while the woman referred to G danger with she pronouns.

Video 1 Apr 7,038 notes

darknephilim:

morismako:

migizi:

extradan:

technologybehindmagic:

Pacific Rim is a Visual Effects phenomenon in every detail of its being. The film’s effects were produced by Industrial Light and Magic, a studio that stands as a pinnacle of digital arts. This video shows the making of the Hong Kong battle sequence, which was pretty much done almost entirely digitally. This battle sequence looks so realistic, the ability of the ILM crew is beyond comparison. There aren’t many inside looks into the work of ILM, so it’s incredibly fortunate that they released this to the public. Watch and be amazed!

Hell, they made such a great realistic work on that movie, it was a worth movie to watch.

"It was so hard, we did it last"

That’s the spirit.

why wasn’t this movie nominated for an oscar for its visual effects again?

and are we going to talk about the fact one of the dude’s last name is jaeger?

I found it interesting that the men refer to G Danger with he pronouns, while the woman referred to G danger with she pronouns.

Video 1 Apr 7,038 notes

darknephilim:

morismako:

migizi:

extradan:

technologybehindmagic:

Pacific Rim is a Visual Effects phenomenon in every detail of its being. The film’s effects were produced by Industrial Light and Magic, a studio that stands as a pinnacle of digital arts. This video shows the making of the Hong Kong battle sequence, which was pretty much done almost entirely digitally. This battle sequence looks so realistic, the ability of the ILM crew is beyond comparison. There aren’t many inside looks into the work of ILM, so it’s incredibly fortunate that they released this to the public. Watch and be amazed!

Hell, they made such a great realistic work on that movie, it was a worth movie to watch.

"It was so hard, we did it last"

That’s the spirit.

why wasn’t this movie nominated for an oscar for its visual effects again?

and are we going to talk about the fact one of the dude’s last name is jaeger?

I found it interesting that the men refer to G Danger with he pronouns, while the woman referred to G danger with she pronouns.

Video 1 Apr 7,038 notes

darknephilim:

morismako:

migizi:

extradan:

technologybehindmagic:

Pacific Rim is a Visual Effects phenomenon in every detail of its being. The film’s effects were produced by Industrial Light and Magic, a studio that stands as a pinnacle of digital arts. This video shows the making of the Hong Kong battle sequence, which was pretty much done almost entirely digitally. This battle sequence looks so realistic, the ability of the ILM crew is beyond comparison. There aren’t many inside looks into the work of ILM, so it’s incredibly fortunate that they released this to the public. Watch and be amazed!

Hell, they made such a great realistic work on that movie, it was a worth movie to watch.

"It was so hard, we did it last"

That’s the spirit.

why wasn’t this movie nominated for an oscar for its visual effects again?

and are we going to talk about the fact one of the dude’s last name is jaeger?

I found it interesting that the men refer to G Danger with he pronouns, while the woman referred to G danger with she pronouns.

Video 1 Apr 7,038 notes

darknephilim:

morismako:

migizi:

extradan:

technologybehindmagic:

Pacific Rim is a Visual Effects phenomenon in every detail of its being. The film’s effects were produced by Industrial Light and Magic, a studio that stands as a pinnacle of digital arts. This video shows the making of the Hong Kong battle sequence, which was pretty much done almost entirely digitally. This battle sequence looks so realistic, the ability of the ILM crew is beyond comparison. There aren’t many inside looks into the work of ILM, so it’s incredibly fortunate that they released this to the public. Watch and be amazed!

Hell, they made such a great realistic work on that movie, it was a worth movie to watch.

"It was so hard, we did it last"

That’s the spirit.

why wasn’t this movie nominated for an oscar for its visual effects again?

and are we going to talk about the fact one of the dude’s last name is jaeger?

I found it interesting that the men refer to G Danger with he pronouns, while the woman referred to G danger with she pronouns.

Video 1 Apr 7,038 notes

darknephilim:

morismako:

migizi:

extradan:

technologybehindmagic:

Pacific Rim is a Visual Effects phenomenon in every detail of its being. The film’s effects were produced by Industrial Light and Magic, a studio that stands as a pinnacle of digital arts. This video shows the making of the Hong Kong battle sequence, which was pretty much done almost entirely digitally. This battle sequence looks so realistic, the ability of the ILM crew is beyond comparison. There aren’t many inside looks into the work of ILM, so it’s incredibly fortunate that they released this to the public. Watch and be amazed!

Hell, they made such a great realistic work on that movie, it was a worth movie to watch.

"It was so hard, we did it last"

That’s the spirit.

why wasn’t this movie nominated for an oscar for its visual effects again?

and are we going to talk about the fact one of the dude’s last name is jaeger?

I found it interesting that the men refer to G Danger with he pronouns, while the woman referred to G danger with she pronouns.

Video 29 Mar

Some more work, first one done in adobe illustrator and the second is in photoshop.


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