Speed Animation 101
Wanted to try some water so here is my first attempt. it was actually really fun! this took me about 45 minutes after watching some ref videos to try and get the viscosity correct…. played around with some of the timing too. very different from animating smoke for sure.
When those comfortable silences say everything… REBLOG if you’ve ever thought about meeting the one.
This is so agreeable. :)
- You have not set a clear purpose for the company.
- They don’t feel like they make a difference.
- You don’t really care about them.
- You aren’t interested in their careers.
- They don’t feel appreciated.
- Your expectations are unrealistic.
- You don’t allow them to focus.
- You don’t let them recharge.
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"I am not a product of my circumstances. I am a product of my decisions."
The Oinkster is pleased to present a very special collaboration with long time loyal customer, Nick Offerman. Best known as the Pawnee City Council meat maestro on NBC television show Parks and Recreation, Nick will soon be known as a established comedic author with his literary contribution to the world in the form of a new book coming out October 1, Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man’s Fundamentals for Delicious Living. Aaaaaaaand now….the burger:
The Nick Offerman “American Ham” Burger is a 6-oz burger patty topped with shaved ham, two layers of gruyere cheese, hot sweet mustard, mayo, and housemade bread and butter pickles on a sourdough bun. It’s like the essence of manhood in a burger.
The Last Book I Loved: The Dream Songs
My relationship with John Berryman’s Dream Songs, like the songs themselves, is murky, complicated, obscure in origin, and not easy to explain — not even to myself. One signpost of great art, it seems to me, is that the meaning of its greatness shifts in relation to the reader over time, and my appreciation of The Dream Songs has deepened and evolved — as I expect it will to continue to for the rest of my life — in the two decades since it first came to my attention.