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phenex1331:

20 places that don’t look real (part 2)

11.Mount Roraima-South america

12.Naico mine-Mexico

13.Red beach-China

14.Solar du Uyuni-Bolivia

15.Tainzi mountians-China

16.Tulip fields-Netherlands

17.Tunnel of love-Ukraine

18.Wisteria flower tunnel-Japan

19.Zhangye Danxia landform-China

20.Zhangya Danxia Landfrom 2-China

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disneymoviesandfacts:

John Kahrs developed the story on storyboards and wrote the original draft of Paperman. However, he admitted that the writing was really a collaborative process because he constantly received creative input from a “peer group of directors”. Lasseter, who served as an executive producer on the film, also made frequent contributions. The main character, George, was inspired by George Bailey from the film It’s A Wonderful Life (1946). According to Kahrs, Bailey, like George, “experiences the full gamut of life, from the highest highs to the lowest lows. He’s a real guy; he gets frustrated. He’s got dreams.

disneymoviesandfacts:

John Kahrs developed the story on storyboards and wrote the original draft of Paperman. However, he admitted that the writing was really a collaborative process because he constantly received creative input from a “peer group of directors”. Lasseter, who served as an executive producer on the film, also made frequent contributions. The main character, George, was inspired by George Bailey from the film It’s A Wonderful Life (1946). According to Kahrs, Bailey, like George, “experiences the full gamut of life, from the highest highs to the lowest lows. He’s a real guy; he gets frustrated. He’s got dreams.

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animationsmears:

purplepeepbits:

So I’ve been contemplating for a couple years now on how I should come about this. As I don’t like asking for help or discussing personal tidbits about my life. 

In 2007, my mom was involved in a life threatening malpractice causing her brain loss, broken ribs and nerve damage in both her legs. Resulting in her using a walker. All in which wasn’t her fault. Even after the accident she is very optimistic and humble and hasn’t asked for a thing. She deserves a second chance at life and a little happiness considering what a crummy year she’s been having. 

My mom has exhausted every possible means. Insurance, health benefits, relatives’ and friends’ kindness. I need about $20,000 to pay for all the medical procedures, a nurse,  her move and a new working functional car.

I don’t know what else to do except to ask. I’m embarrassed to do so, but if it turns out you guys are willing to help, and If I didn’t ask, I would never forgive myself. Please help this amazing lady. I currently don’t have much but I’ve posted up a few reward options. You can donate any amount. I’ll be eternally grateful.

Read more about her story here:

Donate via GoFundMe

Hey Smear Fans!

Have you been loving those cool new Mickey Mouse cartoons that Disney’s been making? If you do, then chances are that Tara’s incredible work on those shorts is one of the key reasons why! She’s been helping entertain and inspire so many artists both inside and outside the animation industry, and she needs our help!

Tara’s mom, who’s dealt on hard times over the last few years, needs a lot of medical help, and Tara would like to raise some money to help her mother get a second chance at life. Her mother has done so much for her daughter, and now she wants to help her out by any means necessary. Please consider donating to her cause, or at least help spread the word along!

Every penny counts. Let’s help make miracles happen!

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