If you just had a clear box, you’d know that Schrodinger’s cat is alive and very confused.
Imagine having braces during the apocalypse. no one can take your braces off. And you just have to accept that you’ll have braces forever.
i want a novel focused around a character with braces during the apocalypse and the entire plot of the story revolves around their search for an orthodontist who is still alive and they sort of accidentally save the world in the process
Titled: Brace for It.
One of my Marauder headcanons is that Remus was pressured into taking Care of Magical Creatures with the rest of the group and he’s terrible at it. Like completely and utterly awful at it because the magical creatures can tell he’s not quite human so they freak out. So they all have various stories about times Remus was almost killed by practically everything.
New dust jacket covers by John Duddle. (available from September 1st!)
So I read this story and just HAD to draw it. I can’t even remember the last time I did a comic… It was so fun! I’ll have to do more. :)
“I’ll join you when Hell freezes over,” said Neville. “Dumbledore’s Army!” he shouted, and there was an answering cheer from the crowd, whom Voldemort’s Silencing Charms seemed unable to hold.
Happy 34th Birthday to a true Gryffindor and one of the bravest characters I’ve ever known, Neville Longbottom.
Remember in 1993 when Jurassic Park was like…the end all, be all of special effects?
not gonna lie that still looks intimately real
WARNING: FILM-MAKER NERDOUT IMMINENT!
The effects in the first Jurassic Park movie were amazing because they used every single tool at their disposal.
They mixed animatronics with CGI and made very clever use of lighting and motion.
That shot up there, that’s a fucking robot.
They made a fucking robot.
The scene where the t-rex is chasing the car is part CGI part robot. But it’s more than that.
It works so well because it’s shot at night, in the rain with everything moving at high speed.
This means our eyes expect it to be less detailed, it means blending is harder to see.
The brachiosaurs at the start are fully CGI, but they’re in full, bright daylight, which in some ways can be just as obscuring as darkness. It hides the flaws in the model not by concealing it but by putting it in a lighting where we would expect parts of it to look indistinct.
The understanding of lighting and angles in that first movie is amazing. The understanding of how human vision works is amazing.
The blending of CGI with props was fantastic.
some muggleborn like “i want to be an astronaut when i grow up!”
wizard kids like “wtf is an astronaut”
"oh you know…the people who go to the moon"
implying that magical children would know literally nothing outside of the wizarding world
We made a blanket fort and named it after President Sir Lord Quentin Trembley III Esquire, the 8th and a half president of the United States and founder of Gravity Falls, Oregon. Hats are required at all times.
things you may have forgotten because of the movies/fanon
- luna lovegood has dirty blonde hair (book 5, chapter 10)
- lily potter has dark red hair (book 1, chapter 12)
- neville longbottom has blond hair (JKR interview)
- hermione granger has bushy hair (book 1, chapter 6)
- james potter is tall (book 1, chapter 12)
- at seventeen, harry potter is the same height as his father so he is also tall (book 7, chapter 34)
- peter pettigrew is fat (book 3, chapter 10)
- severus snape has yellow-ish teeth (book 3, chapter 14)
- ginny weasley is fucking awesome (books 1-7)