“Does the walker choose the path, or the path the walker?”
― Garth Nix, Sabriel
Vidyaa | 24 | Female | Malayalee
An admirer of many kinds of art, animation, and various other interests.
My family and I are traveling to Kerala, India in order to visit and spend time with relatives for a month .
We will be leaving today on Thursday, July 17th and returning home on Saturday, August 16th.
While I am in Kerala, my chances of having access to the internet are very slim to none and my blog will be on hiatus until I return.
Goodbye and take care!
Personal edit of Yami no Moribito Balsa promotional illustration by series mangaka, Yuu.
so yesterday I went and watched the first HTTYD again… I’d only seen it once, I think it improves on a second watch… I’m realizing that this franchise is the Black Cauldron remake I’d always wanted
… I have grievances with the events of the sequel, more the longer I think about it, but sequels to good, tight, and insular stories are doomed by the need to invent a new conflict; bless the artists at Dreamworks who worked their behinds off and poured their hearts and souls into the storyboarding, layout, lighting, color keying, design, backgrounds, rendering and animation of these movies… they are the kind of people I wanted to be when I was fourteen (and still secretly want to be, at 20) and their love shows on the screen in a way that gets me emotional about animated cinema
Just imagine. Hiccup traveling all the way to Asia thinking he will be able to teach the people to not fear dragons only to find that they already don’t and they have treated dragons with tons of respect for years.
And imagine Hiccup running around playing with the Asian dragons and learning about them
This illustration by Emma (エマ) author and artist Kaoru Mori (森薫) was used on a 2003 telephone card earned with loyalty points from shopping at Toranoana.
“All you guys can do this awesome bending stuff like putting out forest fires, and flying around, and making other stuff fly around. I can’t fly around, okay. I can’t do anything.”
Get back here!