Sizzle Craft

Things too boring to keep in my head and junk irregular

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twiststreet:

 Lester!  McCulloch! McMillan!  Stone!  Strain! Witzke!
in… AMERICAN CENTURY — EPISODE TWO!
I made a cartoon a while back, with the help of some folks, and here is the second episode of that cartoon!  America’s beloved vocal all-stars of episode one— Jeff Lester, Joe McCulloch, Graeme McMillan, Tucker Stone and Sean Witzke— are joined this time by the spectacular Tessa Strain!   Holy shit!  Why did any of these people agree to do this?  I don’t know!  But oh boy, we all got lucky because they are all so great in this!  So great!  They will make you cry— I can almost guarantee it!  You won’t cry because you’re sad— you’ll cry because you will be having feelings that you didn’t think you could have anymore!  You thought your heart was broken and suddenly you realize maybe you’re ready to love again… even to finally start learning to love yourself, to finally start forgiving yourself!!!  It’s a cartoon, everybody!  Wheee!
(Also, it’s potentially NSFW because of the drawing(s) of shit-eating or whatever. Be careful!!  Step lightly!!  You work in a Gestapo-like hellscape and you are being watched!  Beware!  BEWARE!).
You!  Me!  Youtube!  

twiststreet:

 Lester!  McCullochMcMillan!  Stone!  StrainWitzke!

in… AMERICAN CENTURY — EPISODE TWO!

I made a cartoon a while back, with the help of some folks, and here is the second episode of that cartoon!  America’s beloved vocal all-stars of episode one— Jeff Lester, Joe McCulloch, Graeme McMillan, Tucker Stone and Sean Witzke— are joined this time by the spectacular Tessa Strain!   Holy shit!  Why did any of these people agree to do this?  I don’t know!  But oh boy, we all got lucky because they are all so great in this!  So great!  They will make you cry— I can almost guarantee it!  You won’t cry because you’re sad— you’ll cry because you will be having feelings that you didn’t think you could have anymore!  You thought your heart was broken and suddenly you realize maybe you’re ready to love again… even to finally start learning to love yourself, to finally start forgiving yourself!!!  It’s a cartoon, everybody!  Wheee!

(Also, it’s potentially NSFW because of the drawing(s) of shit-eating or whatever. Be careful!!  Step lightly!!  You work in a Gestapo-like hellscape and you are being watched!  Beware!  BEWARE!).

You!  Me!  Youtube!  

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On terminology

supervillain:

Oh I get it. “Art-horror” is a great term for you to write around the idea that you just like horror films, intellectual cowardice runs deep y’all. There will never be anything more obvious than your shame for liking genre by writing about the respectable end of that being “different”. Of course,…

Too fucking right!

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christophersebela:

TERRIERS feelings

Literally, just slowly watching Terriers for a second time when this was posted. Just hit the slightly rough post-ep 6. patch. The end is totally amazing, but a complete swipe from 12 hours.

(via supervillain)

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twiststreet:

I’m a little tired of hearing guys talk about how they escaped their saddo childhoods through the magical powers of Over-focusing on Bullshit. Still, watching the world transition into this place where you can make anything, and there’s a billion tutorials to help you do it and all these free tools and… I grew up in a world where people could stop you making things, or there’d be natural limits on what you could do.  (I guess cartoons and games were never like that, if you think about Bill Plympton or Jordan Mechner but… it felt that way).  Special effects technology— Blender’s free; games— Unity or AGS or whatever else is out there is free; cartoons and comics and movies— you can put whatever you want on Youtube and it’s all free.  I don’t know— I just find it really interesting.  Where does it all go next?  It’s kind of the only thing I want to hear about or talk about or think about anymore…

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tomewing:

alewing:

kittytumbling:

feuervogel:

gryphynshadow:

madgastronomer:

madmaudlingoes:

beedibix:

everythinginstatic:

"The day of limbo".
I mean… I guess? Except I’m in a happy committed relationship, so erm… no longer in limbo?


But are you dating Hermes Conrad.

"We would design our fictional study around two points of data collection: measuring the proficiency of both experimental group and control group before the new law comes into effect, and afterwards, let us say in 6 months time."
You hear that, lofrothepirate? We need to start using a lab notebook.

"John, there’s the lagoon."

"Okay… this looks bad."
closest book was the Hawkeye ‘My Life As A Weapon’ book. la la la.

My closest book is a Berlin travel guide.
"Menus increasingly champion traditional (and long underrated) ingredients such as root vegetables (like parsnip, turnips, and parsley root), old-fashioned grains like barley and buckwheat, and game and other meats like Blutwurst (blood sausage), Zickleinleber (baby goat liver) or Ochsenbäckchen (ox cheeks)."

My closest book is a colour-by-numbers with no words in.  HA!

"He won’t take much convincing - it’s a show about selfish boasting."
oh dear

"PUT YOUR CAT CLOTHES ON"

"Gradually with increased experience, this will change from the "on/off" style to an "ease-on/ease-off" style."

tomewing:

alewing:

kittytumbling:

feuervogel:

gryphynshadow:

madgastronomer:

madmaudlingoes:

beedibix:

everythinginstatic:

"The day of limbo".

I mean… I guess? Except I’m in a happy committed relationship, so erm… no longer in limbo?

But are you dating Hermes Conrad.

"We would design our fictional study around two points of data collection: measuring the proficiency of both experimental group and control group before the new law comes into effect, and afterwards, let us say in 6 months time."

You hear that, lofrothepirate? We need to start using a lab notebook.

"John, there’s the lagoon."

"Okay… this looks bad."

closest book was the Hawkeye ‘My Life As A Weapon’ book. la la la.

My closest book is a Berlin travel guide.

"Menus increasingly champion traditional (and long underrated) ingredients such as root vegetables (like parsnip, turnips, and parsley root), old-fashioned grains like barley and buckwheat, and game and other meats like Blutwurst (blood sausage), Zickleinleber (baby goat liver) or Ochsenbäckchen (ox cheeks)."

My closest book is a colour-by-numbers with no words in.  HA!

"He won’t take much convincing - it’s a show about selfish boasting."

oh dear

"PUT YOUR CAT CLOTHES ON"

"Gradually with increased experience, this will change from the "on/off" style to an "ease-on/ease-off" style."

(Source: thatweirdsmithgirl)