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oftaggrivated:

DONE. I am so sick of working on this my eyes are bleeding from poking at stupid shit for HOURS ugh.

This right here is why I’m so glad I found my favourite Exalted artist’s Tumblr.  (and also stalk her on two other sites…)

oftaggrivated:

DONE. I am so sick of working on this my eyes are bleeding from poking at stupid shit for HOURS ugh.

This right here is why I’m so glad I found my favourite Exalted artist’s Tumblr.  (and also stalk her on two other sites…)

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purrr~

nocek:

Lame (but so fun to make, even if it’s silly and I’m more of a dog person :B ) animation. Not as smooth as I wished it to be but I haven’t animated anything in years ^^”

and, well… it was made mostly traditional way :B

heh… I wonder what other silly things I would do just to avoid writing my master degree :B

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Okay. Um. There’s some guy and he needs to find his dad in a computer or some other blue place where everybody lights up and wears spandex. People in this world fight by whacking each other with frisbees. I do not know if TRON is a person or a computer or both, but TRON is anthropomorphic enough to get slashed with other beings who also have silly names. Captain Sheridan shows up at some point, except we’re probably supposed to ignore that he’s a space captain. Also there is a pretty lady who has your hair, and some guy named Flynn lives.
Um. I’m also not sure if this is a sequel or a remake or something, but there was another TRON thing that wasn’t out on DVD and you wanted a DVD of it.

That’s all I got.

My friend, Lex, when I asked her what she thinks Tron: Legacy is about from only ever reading fangirly LJ posts and watching my vid. (via fangirlasplosian)

No, that’s pretty much it.

(via backofthebookshelf)

Everything Lex ever says is absolute truth, really.  Except for the bit about needing 5 hour long showers.

(via backofthebookshelf)

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iheartchaos:

Check out the teaser trailer for the animated series Tron Uprising

Another gem from San Diego Comic Con that I missed until today is this fantastic teaser trailer for Disney’s animated Tron series called Tron Uprising. It makes my heart happy to know that kids will grow up in a world with cartoons this fucking gorgeous.

Via

Can this be out now?  Please?

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winzler:

I dig Beck’s eyebrows, even if his voice isn’t convincing me. (Bruce tho’… I can’t wait to see Tron in this! Is he Sheridan or is he the real deal back from ‘82? Or something else entirely with half his face missing?)
Anyway. Like any good rabid fan, I went in search of people who are working on this thing to see if I can dig up any more info or concept art. I wasn’t super successful but I have put Thang Le on my watch-like-a-hawk-list, as well as Vaughan Ling, Daniel Simon, Eric Brown (whose website says he’ll put some art up when Disney allows it), and Seung-Hyun Oh who’s the Director of TV Animation at Disney and whose page says Uprising is coming in spring 2012.
You’d better be right, my friend, or my many feels won’t be able to take all this suspense. (Edited to add: Lab Rats premieres on Feb 27 and Marvel stuff (Spidey, etc) on April 1st; is it too much to hope that Uprising should be out March-time too?)
ETA2: WAIT WAIT WAIT. Collider has more!

[…] Marsh also talked about the premiere of their anticipated animated series, TRON: Uprising.
We brought you a teaser trailer for TRON: Uprising nearly a year ago  as well as a clip from this past summer’s Comic-Con. Now, two years in the making, Disney is planning on rolling out the full series in June of this year. But first, they’re taking an interesting approach on the debut. According to Marsh:
“We’re taking a 10-part micro-sode approach, which will begin airing three-minute pieces in April.”
So, they’re probably going to attach these three-minute micro-clips at the end of other popular shows or perhaps port them over to a TRON: Uprising website? No idea. In the meantime, what we do know is that the animated series will feature a combination of traditional (2D) animation with 3D CG animation that will:
“Offer a revolutionary visual aesthetic that is really going to help redefine the kind of animation that you can do on television around the globe. And luckily, we’ve been able to use the same writers, the same producers, and some of the same vehicle designers, who’ve created the images for the feature film, in the series.”
As for timing, this series will play out between the original TRON and TRON: Legacy. Here’s what Marsh has to say about the plot:
“What’s happened is that Tron has been badly injured by villainous Clu, but he has found a protege, a brilliant young mechanic, who is another program like himself, named Beck and voiced by Elijah Wood, who Tron decides he is going to train to be the next Tron.”

APRIL, THEN JUNE. BRING IT ON.

Took them long enough!  Finally, something like an air date.

winzler:

I dig Beck’s eyebrows, even if his voice isn’t convincing me. (Bruce tho’… I can’t wait to see Tron in this! Is he Sheridan or is he the real deal back from ‘82? Or something else entirely with half his face missing?)

Anyway. Like any good rabid fan, I went in search of people who are working on this thing to see if I can dig up any more info or concept art. I wasn’t super successful but I have put Thang Le on my watch-like-a-hawk-list, as well as Vaughan Ling, Daniel Simon, Eric Brown (whose website says he’ll put some art up when Disney allows it), and Seung-Hyun Oh who’s the Director of TV Animation at Disney and whose page says Uprising is coming in spring 2012.

You’d better be right, my friend, or my many feels won’t be able to take all this suspense. (Edited to add: Lab Rats premieres on Feb 27 and Marvel stuff (Spidey, etc) on April 1st; is it too much to hope that Uprising should be out March-time too?)

ETA2: WAIT WAIT WAIT. Collider has more!

[…] Marsh also talked about the premiere of their anticipated animated series, TRON: Uprising.

We brought you a teaser trailer for TRON: Uprising nearly a year ago as well as a clip from this past summer’s Comic-Con. Now, two years in the making, Disney is planning on rolling out the full series in June of this year. But first, they’re taking an interesting approach on the debut. According to Marsh:

“We’re taking a 10-part micro-sode approach, which will begin airing three-minute pieces in April.”

So, they’re probably going to attach these three-minute micro-clips at the end of other popular shows or perhaps port them over to a TRON: Uprising website? No idea. In the meantime, what we do know is that the animated series will feature a combination of traditional (2D) animation with 3D CG animation that will:

“Offer a revolutionary visual aesthetic that is really going to help redefine the kind of animation that you can do on television around the globe. And luckily, we’ve been able to use the same writers, the same producers, and some of the same vehicle designers, who’ve created the images for the feature film, in the series.”

As for timing, this series will play out between the original TRON and TRON: Legacy. Here’s what Marsh has to say about the plot:

“What’s happened is that Tron has been badly injured by villainous Clu, but he has found a protege, a brilliant young mechanic, who is another program like himself, named Beck and voiced by Elijah Wood, who Tron decides he is going to train to be the next Tron.”

APRIL, THEN JUNE. BRING IT ON.

Took them long enough!  Finally, something like an air date.

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