colonel-orange:

Gravity Falls - Background art

spookumber:

movie night - something to last us until we can someday once again return to andrews stream [listen]

i. Dare - Stan Bush // ii. A Whole New World - Disney // iii. Light Up The Night - The Protomen // iv. Time Force OP - Power Rangers // v. My Heart Will Go On - Celine Dion // vi. In the Speak Easy - Baccano! // vii. Heaven’s Divide - Donna Burke // viii. Simple and Clean - Utada Hikaru // ix. Gangnam Style - PSY // x. The Touch - Stan Bush

spookumber:

movie night - something to last us until we can someday once again return to andrews stream [listen]

i. Dare - Stan Bush // ii. A Whole New World - Disney // iii. Light Up The Night - The Protomen // iv. Time Force OP - Power Rangers // v. My Heart Will Go On - Celine Dion // vi. In the Speak Easy - Baccano! // vii. Heaven’s Divide - Donna Burke // viii. Simple and Clean - Utada Hikaru // ix. Gangnam Style - PSY // x. The Touch - Stan Bush

mikulios:

making HONEST ANTAGONISTS who believe they’re in the right and firmly believe in what they’re doing is SO MUCH MORE INTERESTING than making them “crazy” because of some outside influence. make villains who believe they are the protagonists

draikinator:

i woke up this morning and thought of this and had to wait all day to draw it

awkward-up:

"Hey, Wendy,dude, maybe we shoulda listened to Dipper and not come up here. He got really sweaty when you mentioned this place- like REALLY sweaty. It was pretty gross. Also, there’s a suspicious amount of human remains here…""Soos, chill! We’re only taking a peak! We’ve just gotta check if I’m right and then we’ll head back- it’ll take 5 minutes, tops! Anyway, Dips is always sweaty, it’s part of his charm."I’m really loving Frenchfrycoolguy’s  Antigravity AU and I just had to contribute! And this was so fun, I think I’m gonna do some more after a wee rest.I might colour this later if I can figure out how to make it look nice.

awkward-up:

"Hey, Wendy,dude, maybe we shoulda listened to Dipper and not come up here. He got really sweaty when you mentioned this place- like REALLY sweaty. It was pretty gross. Also, there’s a suspicious amount of human remains here…"

"Soos, chill! We’re only taking a peak! We’ve just gotta check if I’m right and then we’ll head back- it’ll take 5 minutes, tops! Anyway, Dips is always sweaty, it’s part of his charm."

I’m really loving Frenchfrycoolguy’s  Antigravity AU and I just had to contribute! And this was so fun, I think I’m gonna do some more after a wee rest.
I might colour this later if I can figure out how to make it look nice.

fivebrights:

thestarjar:

fivebrights:

thestarjar:

can fully colorblind people tell the difference between actual grey and things that aren’t grey or is it all the same

I was actually just researching this because Dipper is colorblind (to some extent/type; still deciding) in my fic because his mind is partly fused with Bill.

Anyway, in my understanding the answer is: It depends on the type of colorblindness. e.g. people with monochromacy only see shades of gray, while people with dichromacy still see a color spectrum, but the colors are much more muted/muddled than someone with normal color vision.

colorblindawareness.org is a really great educational resource on this sort of thing.

Oh ok! Thank you.

And that’s a rad fic idea! I can’t wait to read your stuff!!

Haha whoops I realize I got too excited about the site I had found in conjunction with your question that I didn’t exactly - well, fully - answer what you were asking. I think the answer still exists where I linked you, but now you’ve got me searching for a solid answer, too!

I know a human’s perception of colors is based on what colors the surface of an object reflects (or in other words, doesn’t absorb), but yeah…it’s a headscratcher. If a person can’t see one type of light that’s being reflected on what otherwise would be a gray object for someone with normal color vision, does that skew the perception of light and maybe give color where there is “none”? I’ll check back I find a conclusion!

All right, searches were bringing back nothing relevant until I tried “color wavelength gray” (what we perceive as colors are actually just wavelengths that the cones in our eyes process, etcetc)

Black is what we see when the material absorbs all wavelengths of incoming light. White is when all wavelengths are reflected. Grey would be the case when all wavelengths are absorbed [and reflected] at (about) the same percentage.” (x, x)

Then, colourblindawareness.org says, "People with dichromatic colour vision have only two types of cones [out of three] which are able to perceive colour i.e. they have a total absence of function of one cone type.” and wikipedia says the same is true for monochromacy, except either 2 or all 3 of the cones “have a total absence of function.”

This seems to suggest that people with these two types of colorblindness would see gray objects the same way people with normal color vision do (e.g. if an object’s R/G/B (red-green-blue) scale is 33%/33%/33%, and a colorblind person lacks cone “B”, the proportion of the remaining light they can see reflected doesn’t change (it’s still 33% for each of the two working cones), therefore an object stays gray.)

Then there’s ‘faulty’ trichromatic vision. "[for] people with this condition, all of their three cone types are used to perceive light colours but one type of cone perceives light slightly out of alignment." This suggests that how they perceive reflected light is skewed (e.g. if they have a faulty “B” cone, it may only receive, say, 25% of the wavelengths belonging on the spectrum “B” whereas a person with normal vision would see the 33% mentioned earlier). That seems to lend toward the idea a gray object may appear colored to them where it wouldn’t be for someone with normal color vision or the other 2 types of color blindness, because the reflected light is no longer being processed equally.

Keep in mind these are my own conclusions, cobbled together from sources of varying repute. So it’s not an expert opinion, but…good enough for government work?

kelpls:

necromancer in training + his pets

kelpls:

necromancer in training + his pets

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thestarjar:

can fully colorblind people tell the difference between actual grey and things that aren’t grey or is it all the same

I was actually just researching this because Dipper is colorblind (to some extent/type; still deciding) in my fic because his mind is partly fused with Bill.

Anyway, in my understanding the answer is: It depends on the type of colorblindness. e.g. people with monochromacy only see shades of gray, while people with dichromacy still see a color spectrum, but the colors are much more muted/muddled than someone with normal color vision.

colourblindawareness.org is a really great educational resource on this sort of thing.

tyrone-pines:

The Gravity Falls fandom reminds me of the Pines family.

Dipper is the people who come up with the theories and have evidence to back it up and study the show and break codes.

Mabel is the more creative side which contains our the artistic people and incredible writers! We also have our crafters and cosplayers!

Stan is the part of the fandom who just kinda sits around and enjoys watching the show and enjoys it, but still contributes in some way or another. : )