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Low Budget: Le. Our low-budget hospital Christmas tree
Low Budget: Le.
Our low-budget hospital Christmas tree

Our low-budget hospital Christmas tree

Low Budget: Le. Our low-budget hospital Christmas tree
Low Budget: Le.
Our low-budget hospital Christmas tree

Our low-budget hospital Christmas tree

Low Budget: Our costumes to the Halloween party. Being pretty low budget, we think it turned out ok.
Low Budget: Our costumes to the Halloween party. Being pretty low budget, we think it turned out ok.

Our costumes to the Halloween party. Being pretty low budget, we think it turned out ok.

Low Budget: v1als: quillusquillus: lymphonodge2: just gobling low budget creature effects zoom It evolved
Low Budget: v1als:

quillusquillus:

lymphonodge2:
just gobling
low budget creature effects

zoom


It evolved

v1als: quillusquillus: lymphonodge2: just gobling low budget creature effects zoom It evolved

Low Budget: Low budget Star Wars Cosplay
Low Budget: Low budget Star Wars Cosplay

Low budget Star Wars Cosplay

Low Budget: Low budget Star Wars Cosplay
Low Budget: Low budget Star Wars Cosplay

Low budget Star Wars Cosplay

Low Budget: Low budget cosplay dude strikes again.
Low Budget: Low budget cosplay dude strikes again.

Low budget cosplay dude strikes again.

Low Budget: Low budget reverse sensor... For those who cant afford car parking sensors via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2uOdgOF
Low Budget: Low budget reverse sensor...
For those who cant afford car parking sensors via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2uOdgOF

For those who cant afford car parking sensors via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2uOdgOF

Low Budget: srsfunny:Low Budget Lion King
Low Budget: srsfunny:Low Budget Lion King

srsfunny:Low Budget Lion King

Low Budget: <p>Low Budget Harry Potter cast via /r/memes <a href="http://ift.tt/2HqYmm7">http://ift.tt/2HqYmm7</a></p>
Low Budget: <p>Low Budget Harry Potter cast via /r/memes <a href="http://ift.tt/2HqYmm7">http://ift.tt/2HqYmm7</a></p>

<p>Low Budget Harry Potter cast via /r/memes <a href="http://ift.tt/2HqYmm7">http://ift.tt/2HqYmm7</a></p>

Low Budget: Low Budget Harry Potter cast by Scaulbylausis FOLLOW 4 MORE MEMES.
Low Budget: Low Budget Harry Potter cast by Scaulbylausis
FOLLOW 4 MORE MEMES.

Low Budget Harry Potter cast by Scaulbylausis FOLLOW 4 MORE MEMES.

Low Budget: Low budget reverse sensor... <p>Low budget reverse sensor via /r/memes <a href="http://ift.tt/2ws6agH">http://ift.tt/2ws6agH</a></p>
Low Budget: Low budget reverse sensor...
<p>Low budget reverse sensor via /r/memes <a href="http://ift.tt/2ws6agH">http://ift.tt/2ws6agH</a></p>

<p>Low budget reverse sensor via /r/memes <a href="http://ift.tt/2ws6agH">http://ift.tt/2ws6agH</a></p>

Low Budget: R.U. a Cyberpunk? cyberpunk l'si-ber-pungki n l: a late 20th century techno-revolutionary or someone who poses as such 2: a hard-boiled hacker with anarchist inclinations 3: a computer geek who likes Ministry 4: as seen in TIME magazine, a member of a counter-cultural "movement" of the same name. characterized by a combination of technological savvy with a rebellious lifestyle 5: Billy ldol's comeback album 6: someone who has delusions about living in the future 7: someone who maintains that mirrorshade sunglasses (last seen on CHiPs) never went out of fashion MONEY (NON-DIGITAL PAPER VARIETY) In the world of cyberpunk corporate espionage, it all boils down to this 40Z. VIDEO CAM-for use along with third eye. Test Dept release inside shoulder-surfing the passwords MICRO CAMERA hardcopy data (more proof the better) people in dark places LOGITECH HANDHELD SCANNER (SCAN MAN 32 FOR MAC) literary appropriations for own SONY PYXIs-longitude/latitude finder via satellites, Just where the hell are you, anyway! cyberpunk manifesto STUN GUN-self-defense (plenty offensive) PRIVATE EYE-essential for staying online 24/7 PAGER-yeah, sure, right COMBINATION IN BAG-last 3 issues of 2600, MONDO 2000'sA User's Guite, MONDO #1 chock full of goodies: torque wrenches, line- man's handser electronic lock- pick, shotgun mike, and the Demon Dialer VOLTMETER be prepared! SONY MULTIMEDIASONY VIDEO WALKMAN PLAYER(VCR) your third eye for realtime surveillance and watching your back CELLULAR PHONE VOICE CHANGERAPPLE POWERBOOK 18- kound lke anybody highly portable for jacking CD-ROM Pirated copy of Virtual Light inside low budget phone encrypting into anywhere, and for PGP key exchanges, etc. this time around From: The Spy Factory: Voice Changer, Phone Scrambler. 10x25 monocular, Minox micro-M camera, Stun Gun Sony: Sony Pyxis model IPS-360, Sony Portable Multimedia CD ROM Player model PIX-100, Sony Minidisc Player model MZ-I: Reflection Technology: Private Eye Super Circuits: 4 oz. mini video camera Logitech: Scan Man 32 for Mac. MONDO 30 20
Low Budget: R.U. a Cyberpunk?
 cyberpunk l'si-ber-pungki n l: a late 20th century techno-revolutionary
 or someone who poses as such 2: a hard-boiled hacker with anarchist
 inclinations 3: a computer geek who likes Ministry 4: as seen in TIME
 magazine, a member of a counter-cultural "movement" of the same name.
 characterized by a combination of technological savvy with a rebellious
 lifestyle 5: Billy ldol's comeback album 6: someone who has delusions
 about living in the future 7: someone who maintains that mirrorshade
 sunglasses (last seen on CHiPs) never went out of fashion
 MONEY (NON-DIGITAL PAPER VARIETY)
 In the world of cyberpunk corporate
 espionage, it all boils down to this
 40Z. VIDEO CAM-for
 use along with third eye.
 Test Dept release inside
 shoulder-surfing the passwords
 MICRO CAMERA hardcopy
 data (more proof the better)
 people in dark places
 LOGITECH HANDHELD
 SCANNER (SCAN MAN
 32 FOR MAC) literary
 appropriations for own
 SONY PYXIs-longitude/latitude finder via
 satellites, Just where the hell are you, anyway!
 cyberpunk manifesto
 STUN GUN-self-defense
 (plenty offensive)
 PRIVATE EYE-essential
 for staying online 24/7
 PAGER-yeah, sure, right
 COMBINATION
 IN BAG-last 3 issues of
 2600, MONDO 2000'sA
 User's Guite, MONDO #1
 chock full of
 goodies: torque
 wrenches, line-
 man's handser
 electronic lock-
 pick, shotgun
 mike, and the
 Demon Dialer
 VOLTMETER
 be prepared!
 SONY MULTIMEDIASONY VIDEO WALKMAN
 PLAYER(VCR) your third eye
 for realtime surveillance
 and watching your back
 CELLULAR PHONE
 VOICE CHANGERAPPLE POWERBOOK 18-
 kound lke anybody highly portable for jacking
 CD-ROM
 Pirated copy of
 Virtual Light inside
 low budget phone
 encrypting
 into anywhere, and for PGP
 key exchanges, etc.
 this time around
 From: The Spy Factory: Voice Changer, Phone Scrambler. 10x25 monocular, Minox micro-M camera, Stun Gun Sony: Sony Pyxis model IPS-360, Sony Portable Multimedia CD
 ROM Player model PIX-100, Sony Minidisc Player model MZ-I: Reflection Technology: Private Eye Super Circuits: 4 oz. mini video camera Logitech: Scan Man 32 for Mac.
 MONDO 30 20
Low Budget: Low budget tiger
Low Budget: Low budget tiger

Low budget tiger

Low Budget: O-DA <p>Sneak peek at my extremely low budget Princess Daisy cosplay for tomorrow at work. It&rsquo;s national donut day and our store&rsquo;s theme is Mario so this is what they&rsquo;re getting.</p>
Low Budget: O-DA
<p>Sneak peek at my extremely low budget Princess Daisy cosplay for tomorrow at work. It&rsquo;s national donut day and our store&rsquo;s theme is Mario so this is what they&rsquo;re getting.</p>

<p>Sneak peek at my extremely low budget Princess Daisy cosplay for tomorrow at work. It&rsquo;s national donut day and our store&rsquo;s...

Low Budget: When Japan is exposed to Western culture DARK SOULS COWBOY BEBOP TRIGUN BONUS IN PlayStation, SPAR MNTENDO Medum level When the West is exposed to Japanese culture nanga THIS EAS THE 0 lemonwicky: jaxblade: cari28ch3-me: mymahoushoujo: rip-roaring-muffin: everyonelovesrobots: where is the lie though? It’s a lie of omission. You’re comparing highly polished mainstream examples of iconic Japanese media to low budget, indie, and amateur american works. If you wanted to be fair the second image should look more like this: The cultural exchange between American and Japanese art, particularly in animation, is hardly a one way streak. Here we have Panty and Stocking, which boasts an artistic style that draws heavily upon modern western animation with it’s hard outlines and comical proportions. Shows like Dexter’s Laboratory barrow dynamic posses, dramatic framing, and highly expressive faces form anime and manga. Early anime and manga developed it’s distinct big eyes and childlike features by taking cues from western animation of the 20′s and 30′s Betty Boop, in particular, was immensely popular in Japan. Her creators even made this short in appreciation of her Japanese fan-base. WAIT I CAN ADD TO THIS ALREADY OBSCENELY LONG POST. The entire Magical Girl genre is a big example of Western (primarily U.S.) and Japanese cultural exchange! BeWitched (which was inspired by the 1940′s American movie “I Married a Witch”) was incredibly popular with young girls! This prompted the creation of the first popular Magical Girl Sally the Witch. When the “Little Witch” Subgenre was big in the 70s the U.S. countered with animated Sabrina (from the Archie comics) which followed the same formula albeit with an older girl. The 80s we start seeing more “flash of light” henshins/transformations being utilized along with the rise of the “Magical Idol” sub-genre in Japan it gave birth to shows like Creamy Mami and Magical Emi, in the U.S. it made way for Jem and the Holograms and She-Re Princess of Power (not a magical idol but still uses “flash of light” transformations). Jem was even a collab with U.S. doing the writing and Japan doing the animation! The “Magical Warrior” sub-genre emerges in the 90s (even tho it has roots in the 70s with shows like Cutie Honey). This doesn’t catch on in America until the early 00′s with Atomic Betty (Canadian creation) and The Life and Times of Juniper Lee but we did see the start of it with the Canadian/Argentinian collab called Cyber Six. We also get W.I.T.C.H. and WINX Club in the early 00s from Italy which are both probably the most heavily influenced from Japan’s then current MG show structure. Today we have Steven Universe, Bee and Puppycat, Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Lolirock, The Miraculous Ladybug, and if it gets picked up Twelve Forever which are all great Western MG shows that are influenced by Japan! I could go on, I haven’t even scraped the ice berg on this! I have a whole hour panel I run on this subject called “Magical Girls from Around The World” The point is the Magical Girl genre- and tbh animation in general- has been Japan and America (with some other Western countries thrown in) talking back and forth since the 60s. I leave you with probably the most direct influence: can I add to this that Osamu Tezuka aka “the God of modern Manga” was inspired by Bambi  into deciding to give big eyes to his drawings so that they would look more expresive. He also remained a big fan of a certain Jewish American animator until his death, oh yeah this guy Walt Disney himself was also intrested in Tezuka’s work, with Astroboy being one of his favorites. A similar case exists now between John Lasseter (Pixar and Disney fame) and Hayao Miyasaki (Studio Ghibli) who are big fans of each other’s work. Japan and America are less of a competition to those who work on it and more of an inspiration, it is very often the fans and not the creators who create rivalries between people that would be friends in real life. SWEET JESUS HALLELUJAH THIS SITE CAN PRODUCE SOME GOOD I LOVE POSTS LIKE THESE.
Low Budget: When Japan is exposed to Western culture
 DARK SOULS
 COWBOY BEBOP
 TRIGUN
 BONUS IN
 PlayStation,
 SPAR MNTENDO
 Medum level

 When the West is exposed to Japanese culture
 nanga
 THIS EAS
 THE
 0
lemonwicky:
jaxblade:

cari28ch3-me:

mymahoushoujo:

rip-roaring-muffin:

everyonelovesrobots:

where is the lie though?


It’s a lie of omission.
You’re comparing highly polished mainstream examples of iconic Japanese media to low budget, indie, and amateur american works. If you wanted to be fair the second image should look more like this:
The cultural exchange between American and Japanese art, particularly in animation, is hardly a one way streak.


Here we have Panty and Stocking, which boasts an artistic style that draws heavily upon modern western animation with it’s hard outlines and comical proportions. Shows like Dexter’s Laboratory barrow dynamic posses, dramatic framing, and highly expressive faces form anime and manga. Early anime and manga developed it’s distinct big eyes and childlike features by taking cues from western animation of the 20′s and 30′s
Betty Boop, in particular, was immensely popular in Japan. Her creators even made this short in appreciation of her Japanese fan-base.


WAIT I CAN ADD TO THIS ALREADY OBSCENELY LONG POST.
The entire Magical Girl genre is a big example of Western (primarily U.S.) and Japanese cultural exchange!
BeWitched (which was inspired by the 1940′s American movie “I Married a Witch”) was incredibly popular with young girls! This prompted the creation of the first popular Magical Girl Sally the Witch.
When the “Little Witch” Subgenre was big in the 70s the U.S. countered with animated Sabrina (from the Archie comics) which followed the same formula albeit with an older girl.
The 80s we start seeing more “flash of light” henshins/transformations being utilized along with the rise of the “Magical Idol” sub-genre in Japan it gave birth to shows like Creamy Mami and Magical Emi, in the U.S. it made way for Jem and the Holograms and She-Re Princess of Power (not a magical idol but still uses “flash of light” transformations). Jem was even a collab with U.S. doing the writing and Japan doing the animation!
The “Magical Warrior” sub-genre emerges in the 90s (even tho it has roots in the 70s with shows like Cutie Honey). This doesn’t catch on in America until the early 00′s with Atomic Betty (Canadian creation) and The Life and Times of Juniper Lee but we did see the start of it with the Canadian/Argentinian collab called Cyber Six. We also get W.I.T.C.H. and WINX Club in the early 00s from Italy which are both probably the most heavily influenced from Japan’s then current MG show structure.
Today we have Steven Universe, Bee and Puppycat, Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Lolirock, The Miraculous Ladybug, and if it gets picked up Twelve Forever which are all great Western MG shows that are influenced by Japan!
I could go on, I haven’t even scraped the ice berg on this! I have a whole hour panel I run on this subject called “Magical Girls from Around The World”
The point is the Magical Girl genre- and tbh animation in general- has been Japan and America (with some other Western countries thrown in) talking back and forth since the 60s. I leave you with probably the most direct influence:

can I add to this that Osamu Tezuka aka “the God of modern Manga”
was inspired by Bambi 
into deciding to give big eyes to his drawings so that they would look more expresive. He also remained a big fan of a certain Jewish American animator until his death, oh yeah this guy
Walt Disney himself was also intrested in Tezuka’s work, with Astroboy being one of his favorites. A similar case exists now between John Lasseter (Pixar and Disney fame) and Hayao Miyasaki (Studio Ghibli) who are big fans of each other’s work.
Japan and America are less of a competition to those who work on it and more of an inspiration, it is very often the fans and not the creators who create rivalries between people that would be friends in real life.



SWEET JESUS HALLELUJAH THIS SITE CAN PRODUCE SOME GOOD I LOVE POSTS LIKE THESE.

lemonwicky: jaxblade: cari28ch3-me: mymahoushoujo: rip-roaring-muffin: everyonelovesrobots: where is the lie though? It’s a lie of...

Low Budget: thatsthat24: Low budget model w/Thomas Sanders, Gabe Erwin
Low Budget: thatsthat24:

Low budget model w/Thomas Sanders, Gabe Erwin

thatsthat24: Low budget model w/Thomas Sanders, Gabe Erwin

Low Budget: 4GIFME.COM <p>When You are Low Budget Harry Potter.</p>
Low Budget: 4GIFME.COM
<p>When You are Low Budget Harry Potter.</p>

<p>When You are Low Budget Harry Potter.</p>