Please don't use this for anything without my permission. "Anything" means anything that is generally frowned upon in society. Such as thievery. Edit 12.28.10: OHEMGEE. I seriously got a daily deviation?! SERIOUSLY? NO! WHOA. Thank you.
THAAAAANK YOOOOOU to `mintyy for featuring it and to *psycho-cookie for suggesting! This couldn't have come in a more apropos time. It's been rough.
Oh, I see that some people requested a print of this. o.o I don't think I can make a print of an animated emote?
EDIT 12.26.10: Hmm, I smoothed out the ending! I hope it plays better. I added some transition frames. EDIT: Can anyone tell me why there are white fuzzies on the outline of my emotes?? I looked for hidden spots, but there're none in the PSD. I don't know why it always does that....
This is an emoticon made for =SparklyDest
's Monthly EMTC
. This month's theme was holidays
. So, I did some research and I discovered World Toilet Day.
As an American, I will wholly admit that I personally giggled at the thought of it. Toilets are where you drop off the children! Empty the tank! PUKE!
But legitimately, I would like to bring attention to this holiday (it's listed as a holiday in calendars, but it's really a movement) so that people are aware of an issue that might be overlooked because of the nature of it.
From the website:
1 out of 5 children die of diarrheal disease, which means this mother (picture on left) can expect to bury at least one of her children before their 5th birthday.
The water and sanitation crisis has claimed more lives than all the wars of the 20th century, combined.
And those are just two of the issues!
to enlighten yourself. The holiday's point is to raise awareness of the greatness of sanitation, and to raise money for third-world countries.
Take the initiative.
Be the change you want to see in the world.
- Mahatma Gandhi
Back to my emote.
I had fun making this. Although I had to animate the swinging guy EVERY FRAME.
THAT WAS UNGODLY. NEVER DO IT.
Unless you want him to be like that.
Over 70 layers.
Started this in economics (study hall today), worked for an hour and a half in English (also a study hall), the entire bus ride, and then three hours at home.
That is all.
Faves, comments, watches, feedback, etc. are all appreciated.