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Meet Phil Tippett, the Animator behind “Star Wars” and “Jurassic Park” #MeetTheArtists via deviantart (https://www.deviantart.com/deviantart)
Phil TippettMy Life in Monsters
Meet the Animator behind Star Wars and Jurassic Park
You may not know his name, but you’ve seen his art
Author: LaurenKitsune (https://www.deviantart.com/laurenkitsune)
Phil Tippett’s career as a visual-effects supervisor began when he breathed life into “Star Wars” creations large and small, from AT-AT Walkers to Luke’s tauntaun to the holographic fighting chess pieces.
Involved in both the design and animation of fantastical creations, Tippett lent hi
We lost our second baby on March 1 2016 at 19 weeks and 5 days.
We don't know what happened this time as we did everything we could to prevent this, which is why I'm feeling more angry than sad right now.
We went to the local hospital because Sarah said things didn't feel right and we were being cautious, because a few weeks earlier, she was told she has a short cervix (which we obviously told the tech and receptionist when we got there). After waiting for 2 - 2.5 hours we were finally heading to have an ultrasound done, She took a few steps following the tech down a hallway and all of a sudden, SLPOOSH, her water broke. We both went into a
I am NOT good.....
I found out yesterday, via a ordered X-Ray, my right knee (the one I hurt in February) is just Bone on Bone
It is possible that the ligaments in my knee are the only things saving me from feeling much worse pain/discomfort then I do feel now. Of course losing weight is one of the best things I can do for it, however, its a vicious cycle.
My eating is MUCH better then how it use to be like 8+ years ago. Its the exercise part, the moving part that is the issue for me.
"Well yeah but it hurts to after a short while not to mention my depression telling me:
"Why bother?" "Whats the point?" "None of this
I was literally just walking in the house to go to the kitchen, felt a bit of a pop (nothing out of the norm really it happens once in a while to everyone) but then when i stepped again something didnt feel right (luckily i wasnt carrying my son)
So we go to the ER and Id need an MRI to know EXACTLY whats wrong but the outcome, depending on what is wrong, means I may need surgery to fix it.
Whats going on is that i cant straighten my leg without it hurting a fair amount. So we are going to give it about 3-4 days with me staying off it as much as possible and see how it feels then, if there is no change or its worse we'll follow up and get t
It still so surreal really.....
I'm sure for those of you who follow my husband ~Sonicguru (https://www.deviantart.com/sonicguru) you will now know that we are parents to a baby boy named Jacob.
He was born January 2nd via a c-section (because he was breech and didnt turn) apparently he literally came out kicking from what I was told. They made the incision and BAM his feet kicked out; the staff were very surprised and kinda having a laugh about it.
He weighed in at 8lbs 12oz and 21" long. A healthy normal baby boy.
We of course are so thankful and happy to have him. We are just exhausted and need time to adjust since we need to basically work around his schedule now and n