STOP, YOU’RE TEARING THIS FAMILY APART
In 2014, 3D animation introduced a new feature that I think is an underappreciated evolution in animated movie making.
I am serious. Rapunzel from Tangled (2011) and Merida from Brave (2012) have very even skin tones and just a couple of freckles. Anna and Elsa from Frozen (2013) have the little reddish, uneven marks that people actually have. It’s subtle (I did a lot of photoshopping to bring it out), but it makes such a difference! That, and the more natural way of producing freckles makes all these HD closeups so very special!
These are unedited (all I did was crop and resize to tumblr post size) caps from Dreamworks’ Rise of the Guardians (2012) and How to Train Your Dragon (2010):
I mean LOOK AT THOSE FREAKING REALISTIC DETAILS
DREAMWORKS’ BLOTCHINESS GAME ON POINT
A big fuck you to the assholes who think that faking a mental illness makes them cute or quirky, and a big shoutout to the people who actually require the attention that is wasted on the assholes.
all those times you laughed at the people who left the cinema immediately after a marvel movie
Hawkeye returning to SHIELD after the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Disney gender swaps by Sakimi Chan
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you are the dancing queen
young and sweet
only over teen
the 1700s called……they want their clothing back. haha just kidding the first telephone was invented in 1876
a good post AND i learned something. thanks tumbrl
I’m terrified of the ocean but I love what inhabits it
I don’t know what this thing is but it can probably kill you in at least six horrible ways.
It’s a Spanish Dancer!! :D It’s a type of sea slug that eats poisonous animals for breakfast and then absorbs their toxic power for itself. Their badass menu includes sea sponges and Portugese Man-O-Wars.
this badass son of a bitch eats spongebob and his family