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steveholtvstheuniverse:

There are a LOT of really great scenes in How to Train Your Dragon 2 but this is the one that had the most impact on me and FOR GOOD REASON:

  • It’s such a sweet and genuine song first of all.
  • It’s sung, at first, by this HUGE masculine viking who spent the better part of the first movie being super cold and distant, leaving his emotions at bay. Now he’s allowing himself to open up and express his feelings and that’s totally okay woah!!
  • Along with that his movements around Valka are slow and gentle, allowing her to either reciprocate or walk away. He never grabs her or tries to shove her right back into their relationship. He’s aware of how much time has passed, of her guilt, so homie’s playin it cool.
  • But yeah, ultimately SHE’S the one who agrees to the dance and picks up the pace and it’s SO GOOD to see both figures treating each other with so much love and respect.
  • Even better is that both parties are ADULTS, the mom and dad figures of the film series. Adults get written out or ignored so often in children’s movies, either by being dead throughout the entirety of the series OR by only showing up at key moments. Both Valka and Stoic are essential to the film, as is their relationship and Valka’s reason for leaving.
  • Did I mention how sweet and genuine the song is? Damn near every romance song in a kid’s film is built up to some schmalty love anthem but HTTYD2 takes a quieter, more human approach.

This isn’t even touching on the little details Dreamworks’ adds to their facial expressions and their movements and gosh everything here works so wonderfully please watch How to Train Your Dragon 2

blue-eyed-hanji:

spookyram:

romanimperial:

whatsayyousir:

teatray-inthesky:

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forever reblog

ALWAYS REBLOG.

final image made it all worth it

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bevsi:

recovery

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art-of-swords:

Inside the World of Longsword Fighting

Longsword enthusiasts are resurrecting ancient sword technique as a modern, organized sport, with timed bouts and complex rules.

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korranation:

We couldn’t wait any longer, the very first clip from Book 4 is HERE!!!
PS: You’re all amazing

korranation:

We couldn’t wait any longer, the very first clip from Book 4 is HERE!!!

PS: You’re all amazing

shiny-cradily:

A gentle soul that can read the minds of people. It can ferry people across the sea on its back. (x,x)

shiny-cradily:

A gentle soul that can read the minds of people. It can ferry people across the sea on its back. (x,x)

k1216:

He’s completely oblivious to all the attention he’s garnering 

I did not do it. I did not kill Joffrey, but I wish that I had! Watching your vicious bastard die gave me more relief than a thousand lying whores. I wish I was the monster you think I am. I wish I had enough poison for the whole pack of you. I would gladly give my life to watch you all swallow it!

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weirdteenblogger:

still not exactly sure what studying is

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art-of-swords:

Flexibility of sword blades

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Wherever perfectionism is driving, shame is riding shotgun. Perfectionism is not about healthy striving, which you see all the time in successful leaders, it’s not about trying to set goals and being the best we can be, perfectionism is basically a cognitive behavioral process that says if I look perfect, work perfect, and do everything perfectly, I can avoid shame, ridicule, and criticism. It’s a defense mechanism.

"Why Doing Awesome Work Means Making Yourself Vulnerable"

So, I’ve been waiting for someone to explain this extremely simple concept to me my entire life.

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Hooooly shit I needed to read this article.

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"When I interview leaders, artists, coaches, or athletes who are very successful, they never talk about perfectionism as being a vehicle for success. What they talk about is that perfectionism is a huge trigger, one they have to be aware of all the time, because it gets in the way of getting work done."

Yyyyyyyyep.

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ividraws:

Dusted off Ocarina of Time, and after finishing the first dungeon had the urge to draw the Deku Tree scene. It always bothered me how unceremoniously he kind of died, I mean he was Link’s tree dad. I know it was the N64 but I think it could of pulled off a god ray or two for him at least.

ividraws:

Dusted off Ocarina of Time, and after finishing the first dungeon had the urge to draw the Deku Tree scene. It always bothered me how unceremoniously he kind of died, I mean he was Link’s tree dad. I know it was the N64 but I think it could of pulled off a god ray or two for him at least.