Dustin Lawrence

Son | Lover | Filmmaker

justinejoli:

littlezombiekid:

the-uncensored-she:

Women should NOT be forced to feed their babies in a bathroom, all because we live in a misogynistic, porn-warped society that’s been brainwashed to believe that female breasts used for anything other than male pleasure is “indecent”. Support public breast feeding and end the porn culture.

Forever reblog

Having lived in NYC where its legal to be topless (and yes I took advantage of that fact several times.) I was curious as to why it wasn’t nation wide.

So let’s make it nation wide!

(Source: behance.net, via wilwheaton)

This house we are shooting in is AMAZING!!!!!
Working on a big editing project. The work has been so tough on my computer, I needed a new one. =\ Now, a conference call with the big names.  (at Wolf Den)
aquaquinn:

I was able to fit the whole thing into one gif! 

aquaquinn:

I was able to fit the whole thing into one gif! 

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wolveswolves:

judtt submitted:

W O L F
noabotdyo:

What playing with action figures felt like.

noabotdyo:

What playing with action figures felt like.

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I am so fucking tired. 4 hours of sleep in 96 hours. I’m going to sleep all day when I get home.  (at Work)
howtotrainyourdragon:

“One of my favorite things about animation is that the boundaries are as limitless as our imaginations. If we can dream it, we can make it. And if we do it well, audiences will believe it wholeheartedly.” –Dean DeBlois, director
Concept art by Pierre-Olivier Vincent

howtotrainyourdragon:

“One of my favorite things about animation is that the boundaries are as limitless as our imaginations. If we can dream it, we can make it. And if we do it well, audiences will believe it wholeheartedly.” –Dean DeBlois, director

Concept art by Pierre-Olivier Vincent

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limebear:

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tflatte:

blackbanshee:

fearless-proud-andstrong:

ohhaiimelissa:

kristalbabich:

“It’s Been An Adventure, Mr. Fredricksen.”


“Adventure Is Out There!”

Someone asked me to post these two companion pieces together so it was easier to reblog them.

THIS WAS NOT OKAY

DUG

HE’S STILL WEARING THE ELLIE BADGE

I was just going to scroll past this when I REALISED what it was

no please

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And another short film complete. Had a blast, but it was also crazy. First our location fell through upon arrival, then stormy weather forced us to reshoot a few hours worth of footage, but it became pretty cool anyway.
Sometimes, everything becomes too heavy, too bleak. But you have to fight through the darkness, even when there is no light to be seen. Remain firm, keep strong, and always move forward.  (at Wolf Den)
canidcompendium:

Wolves Might Use Their Eyes to Talk to Each Other
It’s no secret that wolves, foxes, and dogs are highly social animals. But beyond all the wagging, pawing and yipping we like to try to interpret, canids may have yet another way to communicate. New research hints at the possibility that dogs and their ilk could be sending each other signals with their eyes.
A team of Japanese researchers looked at pictures of nearly every canid species and found that those with highly social pack and hunting behaviors were more likely to have easily-visible eyes. They then watched some of those species interact in zoos and concluded that those with eyes that were easier to see were more likely to be social. The results were published in a study in PLoS One on June 11.
“What this study shows is that there’s a correlation between facial markings and sociality and the need to communicate,” said zoologist Patricia McConnell of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a dog behavior researcher who was not involved in the study.
The scientists organized 25 different wild canid species according to their facial features (using around a dozen photos of individuals from each species) into three groups and then looked to previous research to characterize the social behavior of each group.
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canidcompendium:

Wolves Might Use Their Eyes to Talk to Each Other

It’s no secret that wolves, foxes, and dogs are highly social animals. But beyond all the wagging, pawing and yipping we like to try to interpret, canids may have yet another way to communicate. New research hints at the possibility that dogs and their ilk could be sending each other signals with their eyes.

A team of Japanese researchers looked at pictures of nearly every canid species and found that those with highly social pack and hunting behaviors were more likely to have easily-visible eyes. They then watched some of those species interact in zoos and concluded that those with eyes that were easier to see were more likely to be social. The results were published in a study in PLoS One on June 11.

“What this study shows is that there’s a correlation between facial markings and sociality and the need to communicate,” said zoologist Patricia McConnell of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a dog behavior researcher who was not involved in the study.

The scientists organized 25 different wild canid species according to their facial features (using around a dozen photos of individuals from each species) into three groups and then looked to previous research to characterize the social behavior of each group.

Read more

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Enjoyed the bike ride yesterday. Here’s the video

Went for a bike ride. Getting easier with each ride. Need to change my route up a bit though. Find some good bike trails around here, I know there are plenty.