Have you got the chance to light the #menorah yourself?? 🕎✡️
Let me know in the comments!! Making this was super #fun .
Only after lighting the menorah was when I realized my #canon t3i doesn’t have automatic shooting or a #timelapse feature so I decided to shoot it all manually with a shutter button. 1 shot every 5 seconds. For 45 minutes straight 🤯 - I had no idea the #candles will stay lit for that long lol.
In case you’re wondering why I had the #titanic theme song playing in the background, well, if you ever just need to sit and click the shutter for nearly an hour- you’ll need something to keep you sane. 🤪
This one is part of the #stopmotion#animation#series of which I’ll post a new #video every 2 days- so stay tuned!! I’ve got a lot coming up 📸
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Big #Animaniacs News for you today! The Goodfeathers Maurice LaMarche, John Mariano and Chick Vennera are reuniting on our show with Tom Ruegger! Listen to our latest ep. on your fav #podcast player & RetroZap to get all the details & submit your questions! Animanicast.com #podcast#nineties#cartoon#cartoons#animation
I started this animatic in October and forgot about it halfway through, so I finished the last 10 seconds tonight, lol. You can tell that my style has changed in two months.
For comparison I also added the one I made in October of 2017. I can't believe how much I've improved in just one year.
A Sunday bonus post where this time it is two in one. The first is a smaller scale Disney December illustration where the Manifeco characters enter the world of Disney's Aladdin (a larger Disney related piece will still debut this week, think of these smaller ones as companion pieces) and the second is an illustration made to celebrate my eldest brothers second born sons's first birthday a couple of days ago. If you enjoyed today's content don;t forget to leave a leave a like or a comment and tune in for more animated goodness.
The Comeback is always GREATER than the SETBACK…
Every single one of us has experienced setbacks in our lifetime. From falling in love to breaking up, from getting a job to losing a job, from having children and then experiencing an empty nest. These circumstances turn our world upside down, inside out and out of balance.These are the characteristics of a radical shift!
At the time, we may experience or feel as if everything is falling apart, we have no control and we are losing everyone and everything. Often times, the only way to really learn is through experience. Here are some ways you can stage your comeback after a setback.
1.Accept what you cannot control.
The first step in staging a comeback after a setback is to accept what you cannot control. For example, I cannot control Mother Nature so I had to accept that there was a hurricane heading my way. I also couldn't control when I got power and internet back so that I could get back to business. In both these instances, there was absolutely nothing I could do. Rather than struggling and getting stressed, I had to accept it. By letting it go, I was able to get some much-needed rest guilt-free.
2. Focus on the things you can control.
After you accept what you cannot control, you can focus on the things you can.
3. Look for the lessons.
The final step in coming back stronger after a setback is to look for the lessons. It's so easy for us to get overly emotional when we experience a setback. While it's important to feel our disappointment, there's a difference between feeling our feelings and wallowing.
Setbacks don't have to keep you from experiencing success. They are simply a part of the ride in business and in life. By using these tips, you can come back from a setback stronger than ever before. Artist cred: @chrystelle_f_ ·
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The story goes he made a deal to save someone he loved. He'd be normal during the day, but at night, in the presence of evil, the Rider takes over.
Revenge and the people who seek it.
By Michael Price
Historically, there are two schools of thought on revenge.The Bible, in Exodus 21:23, instructs us to "give life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot" to punish an offender. But more than 2,000 years later, Martin Luther King Jr., responded, "The old law of 'an eye for an eye' leaves everybody blind."
Who's right? As psychologists explore the mental machinery behind revenge, it turns out both can be, depending on who and where you are. If you're a power-seeker, revenge can serve to remind others you're not to be trifled with. If you live in a society where the rule of law is weak, revenge provides a way to keep order. But revenge comes at a price. Instead of helping you move on with your life, it can leave you dwelling on the situation and remaining unhappy. Considering revenge is a very human response to feeling slighted, humans are atrocious at predicting its effects.
"People who are more vengeful tend to be those who are motivated by power, by authority and by the desire for status," he says." They don't want to lose face." Those personalities, McKee says, "tend to be less forgiving, less benevolent and less focused on universal-connectedness-type values." The reason revenge may stoke anger's flames may lie in our ruminations, he says. When we don't get revenge, we're able to trivialize the event, he says. We tell ourselves that because we didn't act on our vengeful feelings, it wasn't a big deal, so it's easier to forget it and move on. But when we do get revenge, we can no longer trivialize the situation. Instead, we think about it. A lot. @marvel@marvelstudios