I’m rewatching “The Stakeout” and-
-is that a…
Just posted by Jeremy Zuckerman! This composition is divine.
"Wanted to share this little thing with ya’all. It’s a cue from a scene from an episode from a season. Korra lives!!"
HAPPY BIRTHDAY NAGISAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-KYUUUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 8/1
I would go on about how much I love Nagisa but I hope these pictures show it instead www *zooms around the room with ichigo sparkles*
Happy Birthday to one of my favorite characters and a big inspiration to me, Nagisa Hazuki!!
to all my main monkeys out there
this is it, after so many months of seeing this post on a saturday, I can finally reblog this on a friday night.
EVERYONE STOP WHAT THEY ARE DOING! A theatre accidentally played Rise Of The Guardians instead of Guardians Of The Galaxy.
This has officially made my night. Oh my god.
Bloomsbury Children’s Books revealed the complete set of new Harry Potter covers today! They’re so beautiful. Prisoner of Azkaban is my favourite, if you couldn’t tell. They’re published on 1st September in paperback and hardback, and illustrated by Jonny Duddle.
If you were asleep when I posted these this yesterday morning, here they are again! Which is your favourite?
I like the style, but Harry’s so dang androgynous and doesn’t age. He looks like a shoujo manga character.
I had a lot to get off my chest about producing animation on YouTube and why the system now works entirely against animators. If you have 8 minutes, I’d appreciate you hear me out on this one. While I might be fortunate enough to have Grumps to keep me afloat, there’s a lot of other channels that don’t have that same fortune. Give this a share around guys, this is a subject that not many people other than the content creators are aware about.
Take a few minutes out of your day and watch it. GREAT food for thought!
So you wanna have Iwatobikkuri-pan…
…But traveling to Iwami just isn’t in your budget, well rejoice! With a few household staples (and a couple things you may need to pick up) you too can have your very own Iwatobikkuri-pan!!
Ingredients (for 2 buns):
- 1 cup flour
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/8 cup milk diluted with water to 1/3 cup
- 1 tsp instant dry yeast
- 1 tbsp lukewarm water
- 1 beaten egg
- 2 tbsp soft butter
Filling and deco:
- 1/3 a dark chocolate bar (approx 1/4 cup choco chips) melted
- 4 tbsp each jam and marmalade
- 1/2 cup whipped topping/whipping cream
- 2 cashews, 2 peanuts (halved)
- optional: 1/2 cup custard or pastry cream
Combine the warm water and yeast and let sit as you gather your other ingredients. Combine the flour, sugar, and salt together in a bowl or food processor. Add the yeasty-water, 1 tbsp of the beaten egg and the diluted milk and pulse until combined. Add the butter and mix until the dough becomes smooth (took about a minute in my food processor). Shape into a ball (you’re gonna want to flour your hands) and cover with plastic wrap in a bowl and let sit for an hour or until it doubles in size (if you can poke a floury finger into the ball and not have it swell to fill it, it’s ready).
Once it’s risen enough, place on a floured surface and divide into two. From there, you’re going to want to divide each half into 2/5 (head) and 3/5 (body). Once everything’s divided up, place on a parchment paper covered cookie sheet, cover with a damp cloth, leave in a warm place, and settle down with your favourite episode of Free! (aka leave it alone for 20 minutes).
After watching half-naked cuties, shape the larger dough balls into cylinders and attach the smaller balls into a roughly Iwatobi-chan-ish shape. Cover again and go watch another episode of Free! (before you do, preheat your oven to 400F/200C)
Brush the buns with the leftover beaten egg, and make the faces out of the peanuts and cashews. Place in the oven and bake for 12-15 minutes, or until golden brown. Remove from oven and cool. If you need to make some whipping cream, melt your chocolate, or wash your dishes, go do this now.
Cut a “V” shape out of the body and remove the piece. Carefully, with a chopstick or finger-like tool poke a hole into the head from where it’s connected to the body. Fill the head-cavern with luscious cream, custard and/or chocolate. If you have custard, pipe a line of it down the body. Follow up with a layer of whipped cream next. Taking small spoonfuls, place the marmalade and jam on either side of the whipping cream. Get out a piping bag with a small tip (or a plastic bag with a teeny hole cut at a corner) and pipe on the pupils and chocolate drizzle.
That’s it! Tuck in and decide how you eat your Iwatobikkuri-pan!
(mun highly supports Rei’s preference of starting it from the bottom)
oh what an interesting angle…
what if i just