July 24 2014, 10am
I remember watching the previews and promotional clips of How to Train Your Dragon 2 before the movie hit theatres and marveling at the incredible animation. On the big screen, the visuals become even more breathtaking – the details of the dragons’ scales, the richness of the environment, and…
July 24 2014, 9am
“One of my favorite things about animation is that the boundaries are as limitless as our imaginations. If we can dream it, we can make it. And if we do it well, audiences will believe it wholeheartedly.” –Dean DeBlois, director
Concept art by Pierre-Olivier Vincent
July 23 2014, 1pm
Being sick as all hell means I got to spend the day in bed reanimating that one AG thing I started 29034823 months ago. So oo many inbetweens to do, but it felt good to finally get back to it.
now time for sleepppp;;;
it already looks really promising!!!
Keep up the good work!!!
July 23 2014, 1pm
Kiska’s dorsal fin is deteriorating fast.
Good god! 😳
ugh it always leaned too, i hope she’s not ill!
And let’s not forget she still randomly bleeds from her tail. http://youtu.be/sB4V1AV10ns.
I don’t think she’s doing too well
She does not bleed from her tail. She hasn’t since December of 2012.
There is nothing wrong with her dorsal. This photo is quite misleading. Her dorsal has bent since forever, you just cannot see it as well in the first photo. She’s always had those chips. She is not deteriorating.
She is not ill. She is actually doing extremely fine and is healthy. There is nothing wrong with her.
But does that change the fact that it has happened before? Her dorsal doesn’t look good at all. It shouldn’t look like that. Captivity is ruining her. Sadly, she will never leave due to her health. But even so, she doesn’t belong there.
Of course it doesn’t change the fact that it hasn’t happened. However it does not happen anymore, which is why i corrected what you said above because it was false.
The mere fact that it doesn’t happen anymore goes to show an improvement in her behaviour and her care. Which should suggest something about her welfare.
We cannot force ourselves to believe something and then put it on the animal, to say that captivity is ruining her, when in reality we don’t know that the animals thinks the same way.
We can sit here and get upset over her dorsal when in reality, judging by her behaviour, it hasn’t bothered her for the past 38 years, and clearly it’s still not bothering her.
We are so quick to get so upset over an animals situation, when in reality the animals could care less.
You have the worst case of denial ever, I’m sorry dude lol.
Aaron is one of those people who have the truth right in front of them but refuse to see it! poor guy
Actually the shadows in the first image would indicate that the dorsal was not bending so much in the direction of that in the second one. So no, quite wrong, in those regards.