Statler: “‘Take a cruise’ you said! ‘See the world’ you said! Now here we are stuck on the front of this stupid ship!”
Waldorf: “Well, it could be worse; we could be stuck in the audience!”
26-year-old fat, liberal Southern lady with a weakness for scruffy scoundrels and ladies who kick ass.
Y’all, the really disgusting thing is that not one scene is extraneous.
I studied under a woman whose version of editing was drawing big green X marks over entire pages. I am totally down with cutting things.
There might be sentences that could be tighter, but every conversation is as long as it needs to be. Every scene is necessary. Every sentence has meaning and contributes to the development of the characters and the story.
fun fact: I went to an art school for high school. like, fame: the school. you had to audition to get in, and then you had to take 3+ classes in your major every year alongside all the state-required academics.
my major was creative writing, and, for four years, I studied a variety of genres, styles, and voices. I’ve met Joyce Carol Oates, Margaret Atwood, Sekou Sundiata, Al Letson, Chitra Divakaruni, and Marie Howe.
as much as I loved it, I still graduated with a heavy case of burnout. I haven’t written much since graduation, tbh, aside from RPing (which I compartmentalize as I very different creature and therefore immune to my writing fatigue)
having spent the weekend editing a 13.5k word fic, I am kind of (but not really) surprised at how much fun I had. I mean, working with a (stupidly) great writer makes it easy, but… words. words are great, y’all. words and characters and stories.
i’ve missed them.
the softest bullet ever shot (catching fire AU: for the 75th hunger games, tributes will be reaped from the ages of 18 to 25.)
“I’ll burn them to the ground,” she finds herself saying, albeit without an ounce of fire in her. It’s just a cold dead fact in the world. They are going to take Gale from her and she’ll put an arrow through Snow’s throat for it.
enjoy this 8 page comic i drew in 1 day and inked in 2.
no one who knows me in real life would ever believe all the fluffy romantic comics I draw;;;
alternate title is: I HAVE STRONG OPINIONS ON DWARF BEARDS
Rapunzel Cameo in “Frozen” Surprises The Director of “Tangled”
Eagle-eyed viewers of Frozen may have noticed a split-second cameo in the film by Rapunzel and Flynn Rider from Tangled (above). The Tangled easter egg surprised even Nathan Greno, the co-director of the film, who had to check with one of the animators on the Frozen shot to confirm the presence of his film’s characters. A fan asked Greno on Facebook and shared the exchange on their Tumblr. “I didn’t know,” Greno told the fan. “I guess I missed that when I watched the film.”
The Curious Savage (John Patrick)
|Statler:||It's pretty clear that both Universal and Disney are interested [in a LotR park]. It's kind of a case of who will win. (me. the answer is me.)|
|Waldorf:||And the answer to that is me|
|Waldorf:||LMFAO damnit woman we were meant to be soulmates.|
|Statler:||god, we are.|