Girl named Fish

I post sketches and finished work. Re-blog animations and useful tutorials.

bathe-the-whales:

orcalovingbeing:

sauvezshamu:

A girl meets a whale in captivity and through their experience she realizes it needs to be free.

This is a in progress cut of what will be The Orca Awareness Project scheduled to be completed Fall 2014.

I LOVE THIS SO MUCH. 

This is beautiful

Oh my gosh! Our little short has so many notes now! Thank you everyone! 8’D so pumped to finish this!

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— 11 hours ago with 371 notes
#orca  #anticap  #blackfish  #free the whales!  #orca awareness movie  #animation  #watch this 

Metro transit pics

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trynottodrown:

NOAA Grants SeaWorld Permit to Import Captive Dolphin Kirara from Japan

SeaWorld LLC quietly submitted an application to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in August 2012, requesting the import of captive Pacific white-sided dolphin, Kirara from Kamogawa SeaWorld in Japan. Just as quietly, in a federal register notice released Sunday night but dated for Monday June 7th, the NOAA has granted SeaWorld their permit to import this dolphin for “public display”.

As the permit is open until June 30th, 2017, SeaWorld could import Kirara at any time before that date. SeaWorld has estimated that her transport from Kamogawa Sea World to SeaWorld San Antonio in Texas will take approximately 22 hours. During this time, Kirara, like so many other whales and dolphins transported by the greedy captive industry, will be confined to a tiny, dark crate for the long and frightening trip via aircraft and truck.

Below is a graphic taken directly from SeaWorld’s permit application, depicting the method in which Kirara will be relocated. SeaWorld writes, “The animal will be transported under the direct supervision of the SeaWorld professional staff. A veterinarian will accompany the animal at all times during the move.” They then incorrectly state, “We have attached for your consideration an illustration of the transport unit which will be utilized to move this pilot whale.” The fact that the caring professionals at SeaWorld can’t even remember which species of dolphin they’re currently planning to transport for imprisonment is telling. Kirara was born in captivity at Kamogawa Sea World, but her parents were taken from the wild. SeaWorld’s application states “the sire, CO9L0047, and the dam, CO9L0046, were collected from a set net procedure in the Kyoto Prefecture on 2-8-94 and 2-9-94 and transported to the Kinosaki Aquarium. They were transferred to Kamogawa Sea World on 11-8-94.” Kamogawa Sea World stresses that they were not caught in a drive fishery such as the brutal and infamous hunt in Taiji, but this indicates that they were intentionally taken for captivity. As we have previously stated, in Taiji, Pacific white-sided dolphins are no longer driven into the Cove like other species of dolphins, as they tend to throw themselves onto the rocks in their extreme fear and desperation to escape. They are now captured in nets beyond the Cove.

“Though Kirara was captive-born, by allowing this dolphin born of wild-caught parents to be imported by SeaWorld from Japan for captivity, the NOAA is supporting Japan’s continued capture and killing of dolphins. “Sea Shepherd is outraged that this federal agency would stand behind Japan’s horrific treatment of intelligent, socially complex marine mammals, especially as the United States government has condemned Japan’s drive fisheries and illegal whale hunts,” said Sea Shepherd USA Administrative Director Susan Hartland.

CALL TO ACTION: Join Sea Shepherd in asking SeaWorld not to import Kirara for display at SeaWorld San Antonio. We must keep the pressure on and let SeaWorld know that the public stands against Japan’s cruel capture and slaughter of dolphins and the global captive industry’s ongoing financial support of these atrocities. SeaWorld and friends have enough blood on their hands.

Please use the contact information below to ask SeaWorld to halt plans to transport Kirara.

Brad F. Andrews
Chief Zoological Officer
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Inc.
9205 South Park Circle, Suite 400
Orlando, FL 32819
Tel: (407) 226-5182
E-mail: brad.andrews@seaworld.com

Office of Protected Resources (F/PR)
National Marine Fisheries Service
1315 East-West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Phone: 301-427-8400
Fax: 301-713-0376

Email: PR.webmaster@noaa.org

Jennifer Skidmore
Fisheries Management Specialist
Office of Protected Resources (F/PR)
National Marine Fisheries Service
1315 East-West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Phone: (301)427-8401
Fax: (301)713-0376
Email: jennifer.skidmore@noaa.gov

SeaWorld Twitter

SeaWorld San Antonio Facebook

SeaWorld San Antonio Twitter

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lafesmith:

I’ll be dipped. It’s #BatmanDay! #Batman75

lafesmith:

I’ll be dipped. It’s #BatmanDay! #Batman75

— 2 days ago with 6 notes
#lafe smith  #batman  #ink  #amazing 
 Tendaji character Vollerei for robot kitten (gaia)

 Tendaji character Vollerei for robot kitten (gaia)

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#tendaji  #Vollerei  #robot kitten  #Elf Princess Flannery 

fucktonofanatomyreferences:

A glorious fuck-ton of perspective angle references (per request).

[From various sources.]

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— 3 days ago with 134246 notes
#oh fuck yes 

Train concepts

— 3 days ago
Naevius of Tendaji
character belongs to Nilah44
opened ooc art shop and offering small animation!

Naevius of Tendaji

character belongs to Nilah44

opened ooc art shop and offering small animation!

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#Tendaji  #Neavius  #Nilah44  #animation  #blinking 
*Baba writing furiously*
fun gif art to add to her journal

*Baba writing furiously*

fun gif art to add to her journal

— 4 days ago with 7 notes
#tendaji  #Baba  #Baba yaga 

beppski:

Jump!

omg to cute! my two favorite animals <3

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orcasorcas:

Photo and caption by  Isabelle Dupre 
Back flip of a wild orca (Orcinus orca) in the waters off Norway. This young female did the same breach three times close to our boat. I have never ever seen a breach like that from a wild orca. I cannot recall any picture taken of such a breach in the wild. The second time she breached, I was able to capture the reflection of the female on the still water of the sea which was like a mirror. It is one of my best memories in my photographing experience.
Location: Norway - Vesteralen Islands - Offshore

orcasorcas:

Photo and caption by Isabelle Dupre

Back flip of a wild orca (Orcinus orca) in the waters off Norway. This young female did the same breach three times close to our boat. I have never ever seen a breach like that from a wild orca. I cannot recall any picture taken of such a breach in the wild. The second time she breached, I was able to capture the reflection of the female on the still water of the sea which was like a mirror. It is one of my best memories in my photographing experience.

Location: Norway - Vesteralen Islands - Offshore

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adcollector:

OGILVY &amp; MATHER (New Zealand) for WWF

adcollector:

OGILVY & MATHER (New Zealand) for WWF

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— 4 days ago with 338 notes

I doodled some weird animals and not animals :T

I have no idea where that thin on the right came from.

my favorite is the bird

— 4 days ago with 3 notes
#animals  #sketches  #illustration  #doodle 
half sibling doodles
Warren and Briinah

half sibling doodles

Warren and Briinah

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#tendaji  #doodles  #warren  #briinah