creepy? 

This is very nicely put together.
I guess although technically it's a slideshow. An adaptation of a book from an episode of . The video is not really spoilery on its own, so feel free to check it out regardless of where you are in the story.
I'm writing up some notes on this and other takes on the same source, it should appear on my capsule in a few hours on this page. Just search for "spider".
gemini://blobpat.space/memex/c
youtube.com/watch?v=r-RmARb_Tu

Vash pats for @flydelion done! Or at least I don't think I can improve it any further.
Realized too late that maybe I should have used a different facial expression, but ah well. This works too.

Heck, I missed this. Lazy in Space finally got a proper release!
If you like good and good writing and good things in general, go watch it! Fingers crossed for season 3.
polygon.com/animation-cartoons

Pat done! Took a while! Lots of and related learning on the way. Also my first hand painted textures! I'm kinda proud of the fennec one.

cc @amaral @polychrome @MadestMadness @codepuppy

The hand crafted pats I promised like a month ago 😅

animated blood, hunting 

No idea what these lyrics are but this is a damn good .
youtube.com/watch?v=dcOwj-QE_Z

Apparently this trailer for an animated adaptation of one of the most celebrated Hungarian novels exists and it captures the writing style rather well. Mixing is a bit iffy, but the voice acting is on point.
vimeo.com/187956131

Apparently you can just open this with mpv + youtube-dl and get a playlist of Oscar nominated shorts.

First one is.... hecc. It's good. In some ways a bit too relatable.

Content warning for uuuh. (Sexual?) abuse, family issues, cruelty towards animals...?

edit: Seizure warning for "Don't know what"

...ok, just... assume that all these need content warnings for something and that the artists couldn't be arsed to include those in the video itself.

cartoonbrew.com/awards/watch-a

Hh, I love this:
"cherry vodka - a following two strangers meeting unexpectedly in summer ’88"
youtube.com/watch?v=JYWbzfpVQA

Belated photos of the finished thingy.

This was also my first time doing "book" binding. It didn't fall apart and my grandpa liked it, so I consider it a success.

PS sources: git.sr.ht/~raingloom/postscrip

flashing colors/artistic nudity/body parts in some of the linked videos 

Created this on at candlelight on an ancient monochrome CRT hooked up to an RPi3. Final conversion was done on Guix.
It's supposed to be a stylized hydrogen atom.
Now to figure out how to print it...

looks like one my favorite series of children's stories was adapted as a few years ago.
honestly i don't think this is a better way to experience the story (that would still be reading it from the book as a bedtime story). but i was interested in the character designs and narrative flow. it's pretty good, comes pretty close to the book experience.
and it has english subtitles!
invidious.snopyta.org/watch?v=

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