Me and over 200 Animators participated in the Moon Animate Make Up Project which is a collaborated remake of an episode of Sailor Moon. Seeing everyone’s styles here is awesome! It was great fun being a part of a project like this and I hope you enjoy it!
It’s a terrible thing, I think, in life to wait until you’re ready. I have this feeling now that actually no one is ever ready to do anything. There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now. And you may as well do it now. Generally speaking, now is as good a time as any.
this movie man. this movie gets me all sentimental
This movie is beyond important to me, guys. I remember the first time I watched it with my dad on the couch one summer weekend. Some time later, my grandmother was walking my sister and I down our street in our little red wagon, and a shirtless runner happened by and said “hello”. “Hi Forrest Gump!!” I replied. I’d like to think that, aside from me being a four year old who tended to blurt things out before thinking, I called him that because Forrest was a man I felt I’d love to meet one day.
Forrest Gump is one of those rare movies that depicts characters with disabilities and does NOT mock them, but embraces them. It’s a film that has no villains, nor is anyone villified - they’re just people, they live, they make mistakes and can be cruel, but never are they inherently evil.
It’s a unique take on some of our country’s most culturally significant moments. It celebrates how one person, whether they see it or not, can make a difference in the lives of their families, friends, or even just a stranger on a park bench waiting for the bus.
It celebrates life, as tumultuous and difficult and bleak as it can be, as beautiful and wonderful and full of precious little moments as it can also be. It celebrates friendship, family, unconditional love and unwavering loyalty.
It’s one of the greatest films to ever be created and god damn I love it so much.