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My background in industrial music definitely helped in achieving this. I was trying to get the same feel in ‘Call Me Maybe’ as in a Nine Inch Nails song, making sure it had a pop sensibility, but with people not even noticing how aggressive the kick drum is.
I had this 2012 Sound On Sound article about the techy stuff about recording the immortal CALL ME MAYBE forwarded to me, specifically to show this quote. I may be slow (I am slow) but the it hit my OF COURSE IT IS! button. No wonder the Call Me Maybe/Head Like a Hole mash ups worked so well - they’re a few instrument switches and vocal-inflection tweaks away from being one another, Emily and Claire starring at each other through the mirror’s surface. (via kierongillen)





Under the Dog anime project directed by Masahiro Ando (Sword of the Stranger, Blast of Tempest, CANAAN)

Under the Dog takes place in 2025 in Neo Tokyo, five years after a devastating terrorist attack at the Tokyo Olympics. In the wake of the tragedy, the U.N. formed a covert ops unit dedicating to seeking out, then eliminating those responsible for the attack. Anthea Kallenberg, a girl of Swedish descent is a member of this elite group who has honed her combat abilities and has become a deadly assassin, but must come to terms as to who she really is.

Support it on Kickstarter!

Backed this a while back, but it’s needing some help! signal boost <3

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#bladerunner stills #studies



Korra Book 3 finale is online right now!   These are some backgrounds from this season and some comps from the finale.  I did the paint. layout was most likely either Angela Sung or William Niu.

Sweet, Fred’s on Tumblr now! I’m putting the finishing touches on the Book 3 Dark Horse art book right this moment, which includes most of Fred’s incredible paintings above, and many more from him and our other magnificent painters.


Here’s a chunk of my boards from “Into the Bunker” that I directed. Story is a collaborative process, so I can’t take all the credit. Neil Graf and Sabrina Cotugno contributed to this scene as well and I’m very happy with how the episode turned out. 

Lucky people generate good fortune via four basic principles. They are skilled at creating and noticing chance opportunities, make lucky decisions by listening to their intuition, create self-fulfilling prophesies via positive expectations, and adopt a resilient attitude that transforms bad luck into good.

Findings from research psychologist Richard Wiseman, author of The Luck Factor, who also asked a sample pool of volunteers to spend a month applying these four principles and found that 80% emerged “happier, more satisfied with their lives and, perhaps most important of all, luckier.”

Pair with how to make your own luck.

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Illustrator Hiller Goodspeed captures Tolstoy’s notion of “emotional infectiousness" as the defining characteristic of art.

A film is – or should be – more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what’s behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later.
Stanley Kubrick (via estebanvaldez)

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#1: Bradbury that’s the most delightfully fallacious logic ever I love you

#2: Shocked though I shouldn’t be, Asimov and me have the same fucking answer to the “you have x time left to live!” question

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