> So what's RWBY and what's its history with LGBT rep?
RWBY is a web show made by Rooster Teeth that focuses on four girls with big weapons who fight monsters. Originally advertised off the hype-factor of showrunner and lead animator Monty Oum, the series has gradually progressed from a garage project with a shoestring budget to Rooster Teeth's flagship show, elevating the company and being sort of a big deal. It's a very contentious show that depending on who you ask is the biggest deal for pop culture since the invention of the flip book, the worst thing since the Hindenberg exploded... or just an overall 6/10 show with good moments alongside bad ones that's just good enough to not drop but frustrating enough that you wish you could. To quote the HBomberguy review of it, "I want to just call RWBY bad and move on with my life, but it's not that simple."
I think for anime fans, nothing sums up the general reaction I see to RWBY more than the quote "It's Sword Art Online if... keep reading on reddit ➡
`manim` is amazing.
Are there any plans to create a repository of all the manim powered animations?
Instead of publishing self contained works covering a broad aspect of the subject, what if, animations of much smaller concepts are made available. Such animations can later be mixed and matched for any purpose. Also, if the `Scenes` are made available, they can also be a great learning tool.
I am trying to say along the lines of this website which holds many `TikZ` examples. It is pretty useful when I need it.
_is there any such place already that I don't know?_
Oh and I made this :D
_The collective operations list isn't complete yet, tho_
"... because you can't fit The Big Dog down just one throat, uce. Balee DAT." -- Roman Reigns
Did you know that when Kappa Mikey was airing, the studio had a YouTube Channel?? Their videos are still up, and viewable! You can see old clips that they included into their "podcast" which was really just clips you could see on TV. It also has peeks of their other long-forgotten shows. Witness this rare time capsule from ten years ago! Enjoy memories of series that aren't around anymore, links that don't work and iTunes downloads that no longer exist! :D Fun!
On me propose un contrat assujetti à la convention collective IDCC 2412 de la Production de films d’animation, que je ne connais pas du tout. Je suis en train de l’éplucher, mais j’aimerais connaître vos avis dessus.
C’est pour bosser comme informaticien (comme administrateur système et réseaux, mais pas que) et relèverait de la catégorie II de la filière 12 de la convention collective, statut cadre.
Il y a mentionnés plein de caisses et organismes que je ne connais pas du tout, donc je vais à la pêche aux info.
Eh, les gens ! On a bien des personnes ici qui bossent dans l’audiovisuel, non ?
(Bonus pour me dire si j’aurais droit au statut d’intermittent du spectacle 😝)
As some of you Kappa Mikey fans know already, the show was animated by Animation Collective. It was one of the only Western cartoon TV series to be animated completely in Manhattan, New York. But Animation Collective was known for making other shows such as:
Three Delivery, a Nicktoon about 3 siblings in Chinatown working at a family-run Chinese restaurant while also battling an ancient evil tyrant from the past.
Speed Racer: The Next Generation, the 3rd show based on the Speed Racer anime that takes place 40 years after that show, about a student who attends a racing academy and discovers he is Speed's long lost son. The late Peter Fernandez voiced an adult Spritle, the principal of the academy.
Thumb Wrestling Federation, a short-format, live-action Nick-exclusive and later CN show about thumb wrestling taken to the extreme.
Princess Natasha, an AOL.com web cartoon starring a princess who is also a secret agent.
Dancing Sushi, a short-form, Kappa Mikey spin-off star