In the year 3053…
"Welcome to Art Appreciation Class, students. We are going to learn of the great creators of art. The paintings of Michelangelo. The statues of Donatello. The hastags of twitter.
These all have shaped the way humanity sees itself. Like a warped mirror in a fun house, it is not humanity being molded purely from an outside force, but the appearance of ourselves altered by the lens of these art forms guiding our path in cultural and socioeconomic change. Let us marvel at our ancestors.”
Hey, this is a cool game that my brother has been working tirelessly on. I really want to support him how I can, so if you could reblog this to spread the word that would great!
The kickstarter for the game is linked above. Even if you can’t donate (I know I can’t), please share the word. That would mean a lot to me, my brother, and the team behind this.
So, my cousin talked me into making an instagram. I finally have a smart phone with a camera, so why not?
I’m going to put the Good Ones on tumblr, but if you want to follow me over there, my handle is “franistart”.
Help make Jenny’s story possible in a handmade, exploration based choose your own adventure game focused on story, character & mystery!
I’m super proud to announce that I have been doing character animation for Jenny LeClue and the kickstarter is now Live!!!!
Check this out!!
I think about pokemon in non-battle situations a lot. Like pokemon who have been trained/raised to be helpers and assistants than to be battle partners.
Pokemon visiting hospitals to cheer patience up like dogs and cats do. Or ones that help kids learn to read, speak, swim, go through therapy?! Even pokemon who’s abilities help owners with specific disabilities?!
I love thinking of pokemon outside of battle situations.
Exactly. When I watched the anime and saw all of the people with pokemon that don’t battle (like mr mime and ash’s mom), it made me want them even more.
I didn’t want to go around and be a badass battle master. I just wanted a little friend.
- Bae: want some mixed nuts?
- Me: sure
- Bae: *hands me the jar of pistachio lovers mix*
- Me: he got money!!
I made an instagram today and my followers are my 11 year old cousin and his friend.
So, I might use it for food idk. I might be that guy.
And my cousin just uses it to repost basketball pictures like what
Maybe if I cuss I’ll do it in Russian. Idk.
What level do you listen on?
They say there’s different levels of listening:
- The level where you hear the song, but don’t think very much of it. Like music in a grocery store or elevator.
- The level where you hear it, and listen to it, but it’s still not taking the majority of your attention.
- And the last level where you are really giving the music your focus. Listening to the lyrics and/or the technical side of the music.
I bring this up because I almost always ride the line between the second and third level. So, I tend to like shallow but catchy music. Music that might not have much meat to it, but that’s ok because I never pay enough attention to notice anyway. Maybe this makes me a pop-loving peice of garbage, maybe it doesn’t.
What counts to me is that I’m aware of what level I’m listening on. Some days I really get into the music and look up the lyrics or something. But then, for the past month I have been listening to the music of 4 French artists on repeat because all of the songs are so catchy.
So, what music do you listen on?
P.S. You can look up more about the levels of listening to music for more information. Just be sure to add “to music” when looking it up or you’ll get results about listening to others in conversations.
Nobody cares about listening to others, amirite??? (just kidding.)
Here’s an article I didn’t even read aside from looking to see if there was internet evidence of these three levels so I could confirm it was at least google official.