Sharlee commented on the post, Safety Pins
Nice piece of writing!
The safety pins represent a symbol to people to say that they’re a minority safe person, and the safety pin is a symbol of protest against Trump’s recent proposals for immigration, etc!
Of course, people shouldn’t be forced to wear these safety pins or that will seem like a very cult-like or tyrranic action.
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eye2D animation as a first impression was referred to as a dying art form. However, contrary to the common speech of today, 2D animation is actually developing new techniques and easy to access programs to bring1 Comment
Sharlee commented on the post, Update: Is 2D Animation Dying?
That’s a good point, sorry for not addressing that! What I address as 3D animation includes animation using 3D models. For example, stop motion animation (think of movies such as Paranorman, Kubo, Coraline, or anything by Laika) is an animation that includes 3D models! Common 3D animation is computer generated models animated (think of Zootopia,…Read More
Sharlee commented on the post, How do Our Dietary Choices Impact the Environment?
I never thought that wasteful and very horrifying practices in the meat industry actually was impacting our environment more than we thought! It reminds me of that one instance where people living next to a pork farm had to suffer through the stench of living next to a lake of pig waste and pig entrails that attracted bugs as well as caused…Read More
Sharlee commented on the post, The Real Cost: Prescription Drug Abuse
Very interesting! I heard a while back that some pain killers that are sold by pharmaceutical companies actually have opioids which can lead to abuse of heroin. Do you think that there are any prescription drugs that are like this?
Very interesting! Can’t wait to see what else you dig up.
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I never would have though about audiences eyes becoming tired when having to deal with hours of 3D. I am not sure how this happens though, don’t our eyes see 3D objects every second our eyes are open?