Vampire Bats at night
These archetypal creatures of the night feed on blood. To find prey in the dark, they listen out for the characteristic breathing of a sleeping animal. They then use unusual heat sensors on their nose to find prime flesh into which to sink their fangs. These thin, pointy incisors lend the bats their name, and are so sharp that the victim seldom notices the bite.
Image: Samuel Betkowski/Getty(via: New Scientist)
that snake with the tiny bowler and mustache was what made it for me.
I am fed up of some feminists jumping down guy’s throats whenever they say anything. It’s like ‘you have a dick. Therefore you are one. Therefore you can never have any problems. Any problem you do have will never compare to mine because women have it worse.’
And before you even start, don’t….
her hair absolutely phases through her arm
but hey at least she looks hot
Can I say that I know why?
It’s because they animated it to camera. Meaning that it saved time. They obviously assumed no one would notice as her shoulder is concealed by her body. It was easier than having it move over her arm because look at how many bones that thing has. It’d take up way too much time on something that’s only noticeable if you really look.
As an animation student, can I just say that, yeah, a LOT of film work is animated to camera. Just be grateful that you can see the nonsensical fuckery that goes on behind the models and in the places hidden by the camera angle. Also, if we’re nitpicking, watch for all the times that characters get into poses that aren’t anatomically possible, and when the animators break the characters joints to make a movement more fluid or a pose more dramatic (none of these are mistakes but they’re fun to watch for) For instance, have you actually SEEN what that right arm is doing? :P I tried replicating it, with not much success…. there were people in the room…. they laughed at me.