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Jessica Roux

Stunned by the work of illustrator Jessica Roux; hailing from Brooklyn, her old-world style illustrations sing nature which meant I was ensnared in seconds. All of her work is so intricate, so delicate; her flowers, bees, foxes, birds look so real that it feels like you could just extend a hand and touch the hairs on the bees back, tap the foxes nose, smell the sweet flowers and listen to the birds sing. 71 more words

Dark Art

Recommendation Sunday - 28/6/2015


It’s been a while, so let’s not spend to much time on the intro. No particular theme or anything, but all of the films can be considered “cult classics” (the last one not so much). 332 more words


Review: Watership Down by Richard Adams

Set in England’s Downs, a once idyllic rural landscape, this stirring tale of adventure, courage and survival follows a band of very special creatures on their flight from the intrusion of man and the certain destruction of their home. 501 more words


Animation Timeline

This is the animation timeline for my animation unit. This timeline shows you the history of animation from where it first started to the latest and you can really see how it’s advanced over the years.


2015 Reading Challenge: Watership Down by Richard Adams

Technically, technically, Watership Down could count as A Book With Nonhuman Characters, but there are stacks of books featuring aliens or animals or goddamn  604 more words

Book Chatter

Dang it, people are talking about "Watership Down" and now I want to go watch it again.


“Come back you fools!!  DOGS AREN’T DANGEROUS!!”

And it’s past midnight!!

I remember the film adaptation’s voiceover saying near the end that “General Woundwort’s body was never found.”  I’m not scared.   41 more words