Friday, September 19, 2014
craeter:

Casual Shepard by Arlmuffin
lumos5000:

pepsie:

I THOUGHT IT WAS A GIANT BIRD AND I WAS REALLY CONFUSED

a moment of silence for the photographer who probably got smacking in the face by a bird

lumos5000:

pepsie:

I THOUGHT IT WAS A GIANT BIRD AND I WAS REALLY CONFUSED

a moment of silence for the photographer who probably got smacking in the face by a bird

(Source: pocula)

Kyung rapping about fruit to save his ass from getting beat [x]

(Source: )

ellievhall:

Superhero families take their kids back to school. [source]

gingerhaze:

so I’ve been thinking a lot lately about armor for people with curves and big breasts, and a trend I’ve noticed among “anti-boobplate” circles where the positive examples highlighted tend to work best for people with flat or smaller chests. It’s definitely a conversation we should be having, since most boobplate looks ridiculous, and as it’s been pointed out by many, many people all mostly quoting the same article, could kill you if you fell forward. However, I worry sometimes that people take these arguments to their logical extremes, and lump breasts and curves in with the problem, or make boring outfits in the name of “practicality.”
So I wanted to draw some armor that is at least believable, if not practical, and works with a curvy figure without sexualizing it. Would this actually work in real life as real armor? Probably not? But I’m not sure that’s the most important thing to focus on, unless you’re making a gritty, realistic, historically-accurate work. For fantasy? COOLNESS is what counts. I’m all for seeing non-sexualized, diverse ladytypes with functional armor, as long as the coolness factor doesn’t get lost!

gingerhaze:

so I’ve been thinking a lot lately about armor for people with curves and big breasts, and a trend I’ve noticed among “anti-boobplate” circles where the positive examples highlighted tend to work best for people with flat or smaller chests. It’s definitely a conversation we should be having, since most boobplate looks ridiculous, and as it’s been pointed out by many, many people all mostly quoting the same article, could kill you if you fell forward. However, I worry sometimes that people take these arguments to their logical extremes, and lump breasts and curves in with the problem, or make boring outfits in the name of “practicality.”

So I wanted to draw some armor that is at least believable, if not practical, and works with a curvy figure without sexualizing it. Would this actually work in real life as real armor? Probably not? But I’m not sure that’s the most important thing to focus on, unless you’re making a gritty, realistic, historically-accurate work. For fantasy? COOLNESS is what counts. I’m all for seeing non-sexualized, diverse ladytypes with functional armor, as long as the coolness factor doesn’t get lost!

fuks:

✿just girly things

(Source: lavagoth)

auburn-autumn-skies:

firelorcl:

the-doctors-rose:

getoffmybloghoe:

CAN I GET A HELL YEAH!??

*teacher voice* i dont know, can you?

*sighs* “MAY I get a hell yeah?”

*teacher voice* you should have gotten a hell yeah during the break before class started

*frustrated groan* But I didn’t NEED a hell yeah during the break

(Source: freddifish)

fricketot:

Telling people I like Japanese music is the most uncomfortable thing there is no way of saying it without sounding like a pretentious 13 year old

(Source: contraception)