the oncoming storm. the destroyer of worlds.
I like how cute and simplified Lyra is next to that Feraligatr and background
I am loving this image because it sparks that feeling of expanse and mystery that I mentioned. A lot of the art from the pokemon trading cards also gives me that feeling. Perhaps it has something to do with the environments in these images being sort of murky, foggy, and largely left to the imagination. The Pokemon seem animalistic and instinctual and the trainers look so small and vulnerable. It’s the feeling of being unafraid to explore these dangerous places and command these dangerous creatures. Pokémon is such a great escapist fantasy.
bored marines (x)
MU Modern outfit as challenged by Blue uhohoho
YEA hell YEAAHH!!!!!!!!!
Another aggressively over-rendered illustration from yours-truly.
Harold Lloyd doing something scary, influenced (maybe?) by that one short where he gets drunk and falls in love with a somnambulist. I could look the title up but its like, 2am. I did however remember the word somnambulist so I should get points for that. A word so nice I used it twice. Go me.
Manga Studio again.
Edit: “High and Dizzy”. The movie. Tumblr came through for me again. : )
by Nico Delort on Tumblr!
Thanks so much for the feature! :):):)
…. and preferably blue
+ a tailor
You are never. ever. going to come across a suit that fits perfectly fresh off the rack. FIT is always more important than length because it’s easier for a tailor to to shorten your sleeves or pants by a few centimeters.
very important arthur doodles
He only stares so intently when you put a little bacon treat on top of the camera’s lens hood.
Want to exchange letters with people without spending extra money on actual letters and stationary? Then submit an ad to Animal Crossing Pen Pals!
Don’t own of the copy of the game? Don’t worry about it! We’ll even have people interested in snail mail as well.
The reason I made this blog is to bring people in this community closer together. It’d be nice to send things to each other and make even more friends.
"-Anything can change!"
Tryna find the attention span to line things again send help
The many ways to tie a scarf. I think NYC looks the most difficult but also the cutest. Which one’s your favorite?
These itsy-bitsy wonders are the work of Tokyo-based artist and architectural model maker Akinobu Izumi and are part of an ongoing series entitled Tiny World in a Bottle. “Using intricately cut paper, little pieces of cork and, when necessary, liquid paraffin for a floating effect, he fills thumb-size bottles with creatures, ships and curious scenes.”
[via Laughing Squid]