At that point, I couldn’t help it. I walked around to see her better, and from the moment I witnessed her face again, I could tell that this was who she loved the most. Her expression stroked the man on his face. It followed one of the lines down his cheek. He had sat in the washroom with her and taught her how to roll a cigarette. He gave bread to a dead man on Munich Street and told the girl to keep reading in the bomb shelter. Perhaps if he didn’t, she might not have ended up writing in the basement.
Papa—the accordionist—and Himmel Street.
One could not exist without the other, because for Liesel, both were home. Yes, that’s what Hans Hubermann was for Liesel Meminger.
Thank you, Raggedy Man
3D Model of one of Vincent Van Gogh’s most famous paintings, "Vincent’s Bedroom in Arles"
Amelia Pond Digital Painting
I finally finished my kinetic typography animation of Rick’s speech from the season 2 finale of The Walking Dead. Please let me know what you think!
Also, watching it in HD makes it significantly better.
Damn it, BBC. This is why we don’t put Moffat in charge of Christmas.