A Girl and Her Soufflees

My name is Amelia. I love theater, art, music, reading, and British television.

December 14, 2013 7:32 pm

Couldn’t keep it in, Heaven knows I tried.

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7:30 pm
"The greatest book published in the nineteenth century in the field of religion was the Book of Mormon. Although this book was read by less than one percent of Americans, it affected that one percent so powerfully as to change the history of the nation."

Henry A. Wallace, 33rd Vice President of the United States, “Good Books of the Nineteenth Century.” (via bookofmormonquotes)

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7:29 pm 7:26 pm

rifflebooks:

gothiccharmschool:

The birth of a book. I find it mesmerizing.

Spell binding!

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1:42 pm
jaded-mandarin:

Gabriel Cornelius von Max. Detail from Findelkind, 1880

jaded-mandarin:

Gabriel Cornelius von Max. Detail from Findelkind, 1880

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12:11 pm
claireonacloud:

Pitch poster for Frozen I did about 6 years ago when Chris Buck was developing and pitching the idea of Frozen.
More Frozen posts coming soon…

claireonacloud:

Pitch poster for Frozen I did about 6 years ago when Chris Buck was developing and pitching the idea of Frozen.

More Frozen posts coming soon…

12:09 pm
fashion-of-fandoms:

Sherlock Holmes <- buy it there!
From the movie with Robert Downey Jr.!

fashion-of-fandoms:

Sherlock Holmes <- buy it there!

From the movie with Robert Downey Jr.!

12:07 pm

whimsicalspecks:

mad-man-without-a-plan:

ajnosftw:

Twelve’s in for a makeover.

THAT’S IT.

THIS IS HOW I CONTRIBUTE TO THE DOCTOR WHO FANDOM.

PURE, UNFILTERED CRACK.

i can’t decide what’s better - six’s face, the question mark stencil, or the celery.

LET ME MARRY THIS PIECE OF ART

(Source: sleightofpaint, via likehavingfriends)

12:02 pm

bobbypontillas:

animatingforfun:

princehans:

Let It Go ‘draw-overs’

Pt 1

Pt 2

Source


Drawovers I drew over the first pass of my “Letting hair down” shot on Frozen. 

I’m honored people on tumblr think these were done by Mark Henn, but they’re not that good. :) These were quick messy sketches I did, which were not meant to be shown to anyone.

I wasn’t liking my first animation pass that I did in the computer so I quickly corrected what I didn’t like with these ugly drawovers.  After drawing them, I knew I had to make more significant changes, so I started fresh and drew thumbnails exploring my new acting ideas while in front of my mirror.  From those thumbnails, which I might post one day, came my blocking pass for this shot.

By one of my supervising animators , Wayne Unten.

12:00 pm

michael poliza in churchill manitoba, who noted “the polar bear was all by himself as they are very solitary animals anyway. but this one looked particularly sad as it wandered around, almost as though it didn’t understand where the snow had gone.” (more polar bear photos)

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