cameronpluswhitney:

"IN THE NAME OF THE MOON, I WILL PUNISH YOU!" - by Cameron Garland of cameron+whitney

Sailor Moon fanart piece hand-drawn, hand-painted, and hand-cut by me (Cameron Garland), entirely with paper.

This piece, along with a bunch of other pieces will be for sale at Emerald City Comic Con ‘14, March 28-30!  This will be my first time tabling at a con and I’m so gosh darn excited!!!  I’ll have a table with the wonderfully talented bubblegumbones who you should be following right now!  More details to come the closer we get to ECCC ‘14!

This is piece #3 in my “items” series (click the picture below or click HERE for pieces #1 & 2 in the series, featuring The Legend of Zelda and Adventure Time)

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For more of my work, you can find me here:

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Instagram: @campluswhit

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thomasrhull:

Chopsticks Get A Makeover

JAPANESE DESIGN FIRM NENDO REDESIGNED CHOPSTICKS TO SOLVE THE UTENSIL’S MAJOR FLAW. IT ONLY TOOK 4,000 YEARS.

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The Six Pound Weight in the Pit of my Stomach, Robin Cameron

The Six Pound Weight in the Pit of my Stomach, Robin Cameron

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shaxaphone:

cute things to call your girlfriend:

1. sugar 
2. honey 
3. flour 
4. egg 
5. 1/2lb butter 
6. stir 
7. pour into pan 
8. preheat to 375°

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pikarar:

I made a thing

pikarar:

I made a thing




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there is beauty in it but also great danger | requested by emverdeen

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itscourtoon:

Light Snowfall
Cosplay/costume - Myself

itscourtoon:

Light Snowfall

Cosplay/costume - Myself

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> This gif single handedly out-blinged any rapper. 
> This is so crisp and clear.

> This gif single handedly out-blinged any rapper.

> This is so crisp and clear.

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Distinguishing characters through fashion: how Sailor Moon does it right. 

bluedelliquanti:

OKAY, so I was wondering whether I could find some place that posted Sailor Moon screencaps or turnaround sheets so I could write about how it handles fashion, and it turns out there’s a website for exactly that. Tagged by character and everything. Perfect.

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So let’s continue our discussion about fashion as character design! Here’s a narrative that has to balance a large, female-heavy cast and make sure they are identifiable at all times, especially since they aren’t in their trademark color-coded uniforms most of the time. How does Sailor Moon tackle fashion and make it work in service of their characters?

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What’s particularly impressive is that the superheroes’ civilian clothes aren’t limited to a single color, the way you might see in, say, Power Rangers. (Could you imagine wearing yellow outfits every day for the rest of your life just because you’re the Yellow Ranger? Blugh.) Instead, Sailor Scouts are recognizable in their civilian clothes because each one has a distinct silhouette, style, and palette.

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Sailor Moon’s civilian wear, for example, is overly childish and girly. She wears ribbons, bows, and overalls. Her clothes have cartoon mascots on them, particularly bunnies (a pun on her Japanese name, Usagi, which means “rabbit.”)They match her ditzy, immature personality.

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Mercury’s modest skirts and pastel cardigans match her quiet, straight-laced character, while Mars wears shorter, sleeker, more ladylike outfits that reflects her more sassy (and bossy) personality. Venus is all about bright colors and loose, sporty dresses ‘cause she’s got such a peppy, can-do attitude.

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Jupiter is easy to distinguish from the others just by being taller and more physically imposing. I love the way they handle Jupiter’s style because she’s portrayed as a gentle, feminine girl who is still undeniably “the muscle” of the group. Her clothes are girly (frills! pencil skirts!) but they’re cut to accentuate her fuller figure and keep her looking large and powerful. I love that.

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A lot of the characters’ fashions work well in pairs to contrast and work off of each other. Mini-Moon’s pink, blue, and candy-stripe-red palette doesn’t pop quite so much until she’s juxtaposed with her friend Hotaru, who dresses in black and dull monochromes. What’s more, as their friendship grows, you can see Hotaru start accenting her dark outfits with a single bright color.

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And, of course, Uranus and Neptune’s amazing butch/femme combo.

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Look at those classy broads.

(Sailor Moon Screencaps)

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markmyterritory:

xxladybugdisney:

YOU CAN LITERALLY SEE EVERY STITCH ON HER DRESS!!! I MEAN THE DETAIL IS AMAZING. if you say the animation in this movie is bad you are LYING.

Hey friends! Just want to inform you that the stitching on her dress and all the detail you see on her character model was painstakingly put there by Visual Effects Artists! Not animators. Animators pose and “animate” the characters, while Visual Effects Artists work on everything else! It can be very confusing, I know, but Visual Effects Artists are feeling very under appreciated right now in the film industry, so I encourage you all to understand and research the difference between Animation and Visual Effects!! Huzzah!

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Matsuoka Gou expressing everyone’s thoughts.

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foreversailormoon:

neonbrightblack:

Ta-da! Sara Moni as Sailor Pluto!

My Sailor Pluto cosplay debuted at Amazing Arizona Comicon ‘14!

See more here!

facebook.com/saramonicosplay

follow me on instagram @saramonicosplay

follow me on twitter @krayolakid

AHHMAZING

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limecrime:

Welcome to Candyland! 🍭😱🍬

limecrime:

Welcome to Candyland! 🍭😱🍬