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“Kuroko no Basuke Drama Theater 1st Games”

In which Midorima, Kise and Kuroko had a competition to see who is the best at telling scary stories and it’s Kuroko’s turn.

Kise: Sweet! Alright, Kurokocchi, Kagamicchi, one of you has to go next!

Kagami: L-like I said, I don’t know any scary stories. Kuroko, it’s up to you.

Kuroko: Again? I’ve been wondering this for a while, but do you not like scary stories, Kagami-kun?

Kagami: Y-you idiot! I just ain’t interested in scary stories! I’m not…I’m not scared, damn it!

Kuroko: Really? Well, here’s my story, then. [cue creepy music] At my elementary school, there was an old well in the corner of the schoolyard. For safety reasons, it was sealed tightly with a cover. But one day, a sixth-year student saw that the cover was open.

Kagami: Hah. I bet there were letters in it or something. (Note: Kise’s scary story involves his fangirl letters and Kagami is making a references here)

Kuroko: Kagami-kun, you don’t put letters in a well.

Kagami: Then why was it open?

Kuroko: I don’t know. He thought it was strange, so he closed the cover on the well and started to leave. But then he heard an odd rattling noise from somewhere behind him.

Kagami: ?! I bet it was just settling.

Midorima: Kagami. Wells don’t creak.

Kagami: T-then what was it?

Kuroko: He spun around and looked at the well. The cover was open again.

Kagami: W-why?!

Kuroko: He was shocked, but he didn’t scream. Before he knew it, black hair had appeared out of nowhere and smothered his mouth. And then, right behind him— [pulls a scary face]

Kagami: [screams bloody murder]

Tsuchida: Ka-Kagami! Warn us before you scream like that! I almost had a heart attack!

Kagami: B-but—! Kuroko—!

Kuroko: Did I do something?

Kagami: W-what kind of story was that?!

(If you wondered who won, it’s Kagami. That’s because his scream scares everyone).

Translation credit: grimmfeather

Audio credit: X


Something I posted on my twitter.Kageyama Tobio in casual. Idk if you guys saw the official art…?


Remember when we were first introduced to Rin and Nitori’s relationship, like;


and now it is just;


I fucking love character development.


Eren learned never to doodle in front of Rivaille.

The fic.



I can already tell just by watching this trailer for a documentary of the lives of mixed-race people in Japan that this is going to be a really powerful film. I don’t discuss it very often with people that aren’t already embedded in the whole Japan circle, but I’ll admit that there have been times where I’ve felt identity crises of a sort because of my American heritage mixed with my Japanese fluency. I love what I do with my life, but sometimes I still find myself thinking about the big stuff like that. I can’t say those experiences line up completely with what mixed-race people have to go through in Japan, but certainly those experiences I’ve had have made me empathetic to the unique ups and downs that they experience in their lives. Sometimes I wonder if after I get back there and maybe I end up with kids of my own whether I’ll have to one day give them “the talk” about being mixed in such a densely “Japanese” society. Here’s hoping films like this and other things help Japan keep paving the way towards becoming a nation that really embraces its diversity widely one day.


Robert Smith









“The character design of Flynn came from the process which was called the “hot man meeting” by Nathan Greno and Byron Howard, during which they set up a meeting with all of the female employees of the studio in one room and asked them for their opinions of what made a man good looking in order to create Flynn’s character design with features such as eye color, hair color and style and body type. Video footage showed concept art and photos of various male celebrities, including Johnny Depp, Hugh Jackman, Brad Pitt, David Beckham and Gene Kelly on the walls of the room. Director Byron Howard said they wanted to make Flynn “the most handsome, most attractive male lead Disney has ever had.”


"The hot man meeting" is now my second favorite animation design story, after the one about how Pixar animators working on the Dug team for Up had “fat dog day” where they basically went to a shelter and were like “please bring out your fattest dogs,” and then they hung out with the fattest jolliest available dogs, all day. 


man would i love to be a pixar animator

Don’t forget Brave’s Kilt Fridays where all the animators wore kilts to work every friday during production.

This is why I want to work for these fun guys


Amazing Illustrations by Artist Chiara Bautista

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Chiara Butista aka MILK is an enigmatic artist from Tucson, Arizona. Her work is insanely detailed and appears to be riddled with symbolism. Many of her subjects, which sport antlers or tentacles, are captured in chaotic, angst-ridden moments which are balanced perfectly by femininely decorated backgrounds and cartoonish animal friends. You could scour these images for hours and still find new details every time you revisit them. His work is rich with symbolism inspired cephalopods, falling planes, deer, piercing arrows, wounds,  teddy bears and drugs which may be as much a symbol for obsessive love.