“the lip sync was way off…. and naruto has 2 arms not 3, next time you edit, ask yourself, what was it that makes the chidori so strong? anyways i’m definitely not keeping it, mainly because clannad > kanon”
and then when they respond ill reply with “there is a turtle in my milkshake”
It’s my friend’s birthday today and, being a fellow strawberry lover, I decided to make him these white chocolate-covered strawberries instead of a big cake or cupcakes. And because he’s fabulous, I had to make sure the colors were, too, so I doused them in sprinkles and a rainbow of muffin cups. You can’t see it, but there’s also confetti underneath. :D
Happy Birthday, Josh! (and anyone else who has a birthday today!)
It goes the other way, too. I hate when people try to guilt me over not watching the anime that I edit with as though I’ve committed some great atrocity or that it’s somehow a personal slight to them. Each person’s motivations for editing are their own, whether it’s from love of the show or love of the craft. I love to edit, I don’t love everything that I edit with. I fail to see how my reasons for editing affect anyone besides me and I see this attitude as just a version of “Why don’t you like what I like?”
to be completely honest you shouldn’t start where i did!! I just kinda jumped right into it and didn’t bother trying to learn the fundamentals!! And thats really bad because you’ll run into issues later on and its really hard to unlearn bad habits when you’ve been drawing the same way for 10+ years ;;; If you want to be really good I recommend starting there. Look up video tutorials on youtube about the basics and practice practice practice!
I’m taking a drawing basics class right now and you’d be amazed at how many “Oh, I already know how to draw” types are clueless when it comes to this. And you’re totally right, it’s harder for them to unlearn than it is for newbies like me to learn it in the first place.