Auro-Cyanide

My art and WIP blog
http://auro-cyanide.deviantart.com/
Who I Follow
pichiicake:

Night Fury doodles

pichiicake:

Night Fury doodles

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ekayart:

"What do you think?"

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auro-cyanide:

I made an informal blog on designing GUI for Visual Novels. You can find it here

I made an informal blog on designing GUI for Visual Novels. You can find it here

adorkable-hiccup:

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there’s always that one damn moment in each track of the httyd2 soundtrack

a single moment that just tugs on your heartstrings and makes you want to either die or soar (or sometimes both) for one reason or another

a couple of prime examples:

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(okay sometimes more than one moment^)

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and in some of the tracks, that moment lasts for the whole god damn song

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john powell what are you

he is a musical magician

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hiccup-the-horrendous-haddock:

When you’ve always really liked a thing but you’re only now checking out the fandom:

Asker azul-ocean24 Asks:
A question you might not get often: One about the Viking's music. What do you think of John Powell's work on the HTTYD soundtrack? I don't know much about Viking traditional music, but I'm fairly certain that it wasn't that Celtic in tone. Your thoughts?
auro-cyanide auro-cyanide Said:

dyannehs:

First of all, it’s important to note that the Vikings were not Celts.  Nor were the Celts Vikings.  The Vikings were Germanic.  Specifically, they were almost all North Germanic (the Danes had a bit of North-Sea mixing in).  The reason a lot of people assume that Vikings were Celts is…Actually, I don’t know.  But I’m sure it had something to with with the Victorians.  It’s always the Victorians.

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clientsfromhell:

Client: I threw out that black pen, it was out of ink.

Me: What black pen?

Client: The one that was lying on your tablet.

Me: You threw out my $150 Wacom pen?

Client: I tried writing with it and it didn’t work. It must’ve been out of ink.

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I decided I was in desperate need for sketch practice and study since I felt like I was getting really stiff and wasn’t achieving a certain amount of grace in sketching that I wanted.

So I started exercising by drawing stills from a DVD. The aim isn’t to do something accurate or even good, it’s to improve hand eye co-ordination, speed, fluidity and basic observation of form and line. It’s also good for me to get back into traditional work since I’ve been working almost exclusively digitally for a long time. It started off with a study of huge hairy men and ended up a study of the dorky faces Hiccup pulls.

And HTTYD1 because oh boy do I have an obsession at the moment so this helps to not only stay motivated but also as an outlet for my many emotions on the subject of dragons.

dzioo:

help, I resisted the urge to fanart for four years and now I can’t stop ;_; I just love their precious faces…

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