I'm Victor.

Cinema, animation, art, architecture, Disney, sci-fi/fantasy, comics, toys, Discworld.

They say I'm an eccentric billionaire.
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  • Me: Man, I wish I could meet Glen Keane or something. He never does cons or anything.
  • Teacher: He doesn't do much of anything these days. I rarely see him...and I'm his friend!
  • Me: He's like Bigfoot! Every once in a blue moon, you stumble upon grainy video recordings of him stomping through the forest [imitates Patterson-Gimlin footage].
  • Teacher: Oh my god, I never thought of it that way! We should make a documentary, "In Search of the Glen Keane!"
  • Me: Yeah! Like those History Channel shows! We'll use radar and night-vision equipment, and interview people who claimed to have seen him....like you!
  • Teacher: "They say his office was right next to mine, but I rarely saw him around....but then Ariel drawings would mysteriously appear on my desk each day!"


Rubeus Remus Potter. You were named after the only two people at Hogwarts who seemed to give shit about me, because come on who else would I name you after? A verbally abusive dickbag who was in love with my mum and gave me shit all my life and someone who convinced a bunch of children that they needed to be soldiers? What kind of awful aspirations would that make you end up having? Come on son I’m not an idiot…

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“Comedy thrives inside a fixed frame. It’s not an essential element, but as with dancing and magic tricks, it’s always more impressive if the viewer can see the performer’s hands and feet at all times. In Sherlock, Jr, Keaton moves the camera when he has to, during all of the movie’s crazy chases. But even then, the motion is limited: Keaton tracks alongside the actors, or he attaches the camera to the front of one of the moving vehicles so that he can keep all the action inside the rectangle.Sherlock, Jr. is at its funniest, though, when the camera stays still, and the characters move in and out, like figures in a side-scrolling platform videogame. Maybe that’s because the fixed frame emphasizes the characters as characters, arriving into the picture exactly when needed for the plot—and sometimes remaining stuck there, like the projectionist, never confident that he can find a way to break out of the box.”

Noel Murray kicks off our Movie Of The Week discussion of the 1924 classic Sherlock, Jr. with an examination of how Buster Keaton’s physical comedy thrived in a fixed environment of boxes and lines. [Read more…]




An Undeniable Love ♡

♪ accid-elsa-ly in love ♫

i’ve lost 18 followers so far because of this

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I got the call today!! I just accepted a 6 month internship with Walt Disney Imagineering in the Character Plaster department starting in May!  (Character Plaster does all outdoor sculpting at the Disney Parks including rock work, bricks, trees, and wood out of concrete). I will be based at the WDI trailer at Disney’s Animal Kingdom with other designers and sculptors. I couldn’t be more happy, this has been my dream since I was a little kid! :D

So proud and excited for you! :)

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Foreshadowing, for the win!



Joker & Green Goblin by Alex Ross

Some people get baseballs signed by Babe Ruth.

Others get basketballs signed by Michael Jordan.

I get a football signed by Tommy Wiseau.

Fun day at WonderCon!

Got there super early and wandered around the exhibit hall for the most part. Visited Jessie, got a print from Brianna, stalked Victoria Ying and Mike Yamada, and talked to a bunch of other artists that I admire! Oh yeah! Met a Disney supervising animator who worked on all the 90s Disney films, which made me regret not bringing my 90s Disney book with me for him to sign. Went to some panels, got some stuff, and now I’m going to pass out from exhaustion.

Oh wait, I can’t, I have homework to do :/


Starkid releases their packed summer season schedule with more to come (x)

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what a man


what a man

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