Here it is! The Japanese TMNT 2012 opening theme!
If anyone was able to record the ending theme, warn me!
lifehack: twenty dollars can buy many peanuts
lifehack: money can be exchanged for goods and services
Poke’ Trainer Commission
Message me to get your own for $50!
LOOK IT’S ME AND NIKI being cute and awesome with our fave Pokemon HEHEHE
Niki surprised me with this and it came out GREAT, I LOVE IT. Go check out Greg Wright, his art is the bomb.
As you know, I’ve been working on something for a while. And as I’ve said in that post, I did not want to give any details until it was done. Well I feel like today is the day to announce XKit Mobile.
All your favorite, most essential XKit features are now available for you to use anywhere you go. Blacklist, One-Click Postage, Themes and much more, now available on one of the world’s most popular platform.
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.
ok ok ok bear with me here
I started to draw that as a response but realized there was more potential
I get that A’tuin and the turtles are similar is a very particular way bUT
there’s also four elephants
Just a couple sketchesss
At one time, one of Toothless’s animator stuck a ball of duct-tape on his own cat’s tail for reference which ended up perfect for this shot. (actual footage of his cat he used)
Been watchin Pokemon on Netflix, so. Pokemon…!