papa-erwin:

inkydonkey:

ontahb:

HOWREFERENCESWORK

For all those people that constantly ask “is using a reference cheating?”

No, it’s not. THEY’RE THERE, USE THEM. Using a reference is not tracing, it’s cool.

Every freaking artist in this world and in the past used references to study how the anatomy of a human works, how an apple looks like and so on. You can’t draw immediately out of no where just because you pretend to be an artist. It’s not magic. It’s hard and long work.

And a little reminder: Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Rafael and many more artists in the renaissance used human references from their daily life to make the master pieces which we know now.

Sep 18th (+37344) via / source

Since the start of 2014 I have:

Gotten a new piercing.
Dyed my hair.
Ended a relationship. 
Started a new relationship.
Been on a long car journey
Passed an exam.
Cried on someone’s shoulder.
Had a massive fight with a boyfriend/girlfriend.
Received flowers.
Had a Valentine.
Written a letter using pen and paper.
Gone to see a therapist.
Been prescribed medication by a doctor.
Read a really good book.
Gone to the zoo.
Spent too much money on unnecessary things.
Traveled by train.
Cried over someone.
Spent a day out in the sun getting a tan.
Slammed a door out of frustration.
Had an anxiety attack.
Had a BBQ.
Gone to the fair.
Gone bowling.
Seen a film at the cinema in 3D.
Gone on a date.
Been the only sober one on a night out.
Helped someone home after they’d had too much to drink.
Stayed up all night.
Talked on the phone/skype for over 2 hours. 
Supported someone who’d received bad news.
Watched some kind of live sporting event. 
Read an entire book in one day.
Bought a DVD the day it was released.
Eaten McDonald’s more than four times in a single week.
Cried as a result of exam stress.
Met some incredible new people.
Fallen backwards off a chair. 
Broken my glasses.
Cried over someone in my past.
Spent hours aimlessly browsing the internet. 
Thrown up.
Cried over a film.
Gone out of my way to avoid an ex-significant other.
Fought with someone in public.
Been in a relationship for a year or longer.
Sep 18th (+128658) via / source

Sir Ian and Michael Gambon continue to be the most awesome people alive. [via]

Sep 18th (+276926) via / source

offishwhite:

Got a request for FMA.

It was supposed to be royai, but roy’s face? roy’s hair? how does that shit work?

Sep 18th (+3120) via / source
"Why are we talking to each other in English?"

—Two non English speakers who share the same first language while chatting on the net, probably (via ignitiondorks)
Sep 18th (+76967) via / source

anothercoverup:

manekikoneko:

cloppinq:

water is fucked up because you need it to live and then it drowns you just because it can

Oxygen’s even more fucked up because you need it to process your most basic functions and from the very first breath you take, it is already working on oxidizing literally every part of you. We spend our whole lives being broken down by oxygen, one chemical reaction at a time.

Science side is morbid tonight

Sep 18th (+279467) via / source

mamalaz:

Avengers Magazine Shoot (manip)

Sep 18th (+13193) via / source

moosiesammy:

Found on scontent-b-fra.xx.fbcdn.net 

This fandom in friggin’ talented.

Sep 18th (+9077) via / source

abomasnow:

girls are amazing i just watched my friend change 8 times before picking an outfit you girls are so dedicated to looking good i can’t believe there are men out there sitting in their cum stained sweatpants trying to tell you what you’re allowed to wear

Sep 18th (+590452) via / source
Sep 18th (+200981) via / source

ancient-egypts-secrets:

Heqet (Heket)

A goddess of childbirth and fertility, depicted as a frog, or a woman with the head of a frog. According to one tradition, she was the wife of Khnum, the creator god of Abu (Elephantine). He created each person on his potter’s wheel, and she breathed life into them before they were placed in their mother’s womb. Pregnant women wore amulets depicting Heqet for protection, and during the Middle Kingdom ritual ivory knives and clappers inscribed with her name were used to ward off evil during childbirth. She could also bring on labour and offer protection during labour. 

Heqet was depicted as a frog because, to the Egyptians, the frog was a symbol of life and fertility, since millions of them were born after the annual inundation of the Nile.

Sep 17th (+1110) via / source

meltesh28:

toothless jumping through your dash ^q^ 

lines

Sep 17th (+14413) via / source

crydaisy:

hey lil pompom eat ur greens

Sep 17th (+245889) via / source

a discussion on sexual orientation

me: *explaining various sexual orientations to a classmate*

classmate: wait, what's polyamory?

me: well, it's when someone has more than one intimate relationship at a time with the knowledge and consent of everyone involved.

professor: *overhears from front of class*

professor: that is d i s g u s t i n g

me: *defensively* um, actually, no it's--

professor: how DARE they put a greek prefix on a latin root like that?! What right do they have to decimate my beautiful antiquated languages?!?! GREEK AND LATIN DO NOT FRATERNIZE THIS IS LIKE THAT STUPID ROMANTIC SUBPLOT BETWEEN THAT DWARF AND THAT ELF IN THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG NO NO NO NO NO NO!!!

me: ....

me: ....

me: ....

professor: it should be polyerosy

Sep 17th (+96839) via / source

robotnicc:

Red fan art for Supergiant Games’s Transistor. 8)

Sep 17th (+3135) via / source