From the artbook The Art of Kiki’s Delivery Service, Studio Ghibli (1989), written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki.
"I’m not sure I’d recommend that a young person go into law."
"When I was starting out, it was more of a profession, and your worth was determined by the service you provided. Now it’s become more of a business, and your worth is determined by the fee you’re able to collect."
what if this movie took place in, like, modern times? They’d be like, european backpackers who commit petty crimes to stay afloat and then one day they stow away on a cruise but then get thrown overboard when they realize that Cortez is smuggling drugs on board. Then they wash up in Puerto Rico, and meet Chel, who is the daughter of the really rich tycoon known as the Chief who owns the El Dorado line of holiday resorts, and after she figures out that they aren’t rich yuppies on their gap year, in exchange for not telling the police she lets them stay on her dad’s property until he can fly them back home. Then it turns out the chief’s financial attourney Mr. Khan is in league with Cortez and is planning to team up with him to embezzle loads of money and then ditch them all, and then eventually they realize Cortez has somehow followed them there and there’s a bunch of shit that gets thrown down and there’s a standoff with guns and they have to crash a giant lorry filled with cocaine into a police station to get the police to find them red handed and in the end Chel goes with them to Europe and stuff??
d…did I just write a fan fiction? :I holy shit I’ve really been working too hard.
[VERY SMALL VOICE] blebpt
Fun fact: this is what baby seals sound like
(he starts making noise about 30 seconds in)
[VERY SMALL VOICE] awughlhlhl
Tutorial: Biast Tape Trim via Hong Kong Finish
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If you have a project where you want to put double folded bias tape at the edge of your coat or neck line or sleeves or whatever, but don’t want to top stitch the entire bias tape down or spend the hours hand stitching a back seam? Then this tutorial is for you!
The Hong Kong Finish is a semi-hidden seam finish that can be used on bias tape to make a clean seam on your front, while using tight stitching of similar colors to hide away a back stitch. Much faster than hand stitching and still gives you a much cleaner finish than top stitching!
I had to make a comic for a kid at work
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