Black Dog Running

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eldiablocabra:

i-wanna-build-a-sn0wman:

flawlessspecter:

hiccuptherunt:

sakurasunshine:

keep-calm-and-disney-on:

HERCULES IN THE 2ND GIF OMFG

THIS IS ACTUALLY REALLY IMPORTANT THOUGH

Hercules is THE DEFINITION of a gentleman. Her dress strap slips down and HE PUTS IT BACK UP because he’s like “No, she’s a lady, she deserves my respect. Control yourself. Leave, just leave.”

Imagine if all guys/girls had that much respect for people they were attracted to…the world would be a lot better and safer, I can tell you that.

Also have to remember he’s never had a girl actually hit on him before.

2nd gif: #zeUS TAKE THE WHEEL #I NEED AN ADULT #WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO WITH THIS

if zeus took the wheel this would have ended much differently

HEY WHATS UP?! WANNA BANG??!!

(Source: tooshaknowsbest, via stuckinabucket)

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charlesdances:

Power Over Me | A Labyrinth fanmix (Listen)
Focuses on the relationship between Sarah Williams and Jareth, The Goblin King during and after the events of the movie (which depends totally on the listeners).

"For my will is as strong as yours, my kingdom as great… you have no power over me."

(via kingedmundsroyalmurder)

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daemonrowanchilde:

Just before the filming of X-Men 2, I was approached by Gordon Smith of FXSmith to come up with a tattoo design for the Nightcrawler.  Gordon’s dilemma was the challenge of making the tattoos show up on the Nightcrawler’s blue-black skin.  I suggested that an etched scarified effect, inspired by the traditional Maori moko would show up well and would give an added dimension if it were implied that the wounds were self-inflicted.  

My challenge was to create a tattoo design that reflected the psychospiritual dimension of the character who was Roman Catholic and spoke High German.  My wife Raven suggested angelic sigils (i.e. signatures) that would reflect the Nightcrawler’s faith, combined with alchemical symbols that emphasized his spiritual conflict because of his outward demonic appearance and sulphurous smell.  The apparently opposing forces of spirit and form would be balanced and integrated into one harmonious expression of wholeness in the tattoo.

Initially Bryan Singer and his committee wanted only half the Nightcrawler’s face tattooed.  After he saw my drawings, however, and heard our proposal, he decided on the whole face, and, later, the upper torso and arms.  The writers had to rewrite parts of the script to incorporate the Nightcrawler’s tattoos in a new backstory of the character.

Gordon’s special effects team made casts of Alan Cumming’s face, torso and arms and I mapped the designs on the casts.  I was later told that Alan found the whole plaster cast experience claustrophobic and anxiety-inducing; the FX team had to prematurely pull it off his face. Fortunately, the plaster cast stayed in one piece.

Prior to X-Men 2, the tattoos I was asked to do for films tended to be the stereotypical gang members and criminals.  I am grateful that in X-Men 2, I was finally given the opportunity to express in a film the essence of tattoo as a spiritual healing art that realigns body and soul.

(via coelasquid)

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zakeno:

I wanted to try animating linelessly. (I also wanted an excuse to avoid animating my film character for a few hours…)

zakeno:

I wanted to try animating linelessly. (I also wanted an excuse to avoid animating my film character for a few hours…)

(via coelasquid)

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thestareater:

durendals:

on a textual level, a female character can dress however she wants and shouldn’t be slut-shamed and hated for what she prefers to wear.

on a metatextual level, she might still have been designed with an intention to provide fanservice.

this means that criticising a design, as opposed to a character, is neither misogyny nor slut-shaming. being displeased about the way a character has been designed is not synonymous with hating her. 

have i made myself clear?

finally

(via raggedybearcat)

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alchemyprime:

tumbleaboutit:

acatstale:

I forgot just how much I love this movie

Best scene!

I used this to explain Pathfinder classes!
"So, Alch, what’s the difference between the magics?"
"Hm… divine and psionic are subtle. Divine tends to be more ceremonial, psionic is very covert. Binding is creepy. And arcane…"
"Oh, is it also all secretive?"
"No, it’s more like Megamind. No wizard is going to pretend not to be one unless his magic is frowned upon. On his home turf, he’s in lightning cloaks, appearing out of his own flaming head and making his voice boom." 
"I thought you said they were academic."
"You ever meet an artist who didn’t brag that he didn’t make paintings he made experiences? Or a professor who reminds you they are a doctor of Linguistics and not simply Mr. Mendoza?” 
"Oh."
"Yeah. They’re Megamind with Doctorates in Necromancy, AMD."
"AMD?"
"Archmage Doctorate."

(Source: insanebows, via mydnd)

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wild-lion:

i think my saddest moment as an Australian was finding out that the rest of the world doesn’t say “never eat soggy weetbix” to figure out the order of the compass

(Source: annnica, via raggedybearcat)

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peacetehworld:

kiffyplaysdnd:

They’ve been months in the making, but here, finally (and just in a nick of time!) are the custom character sheets for our Eberron game, City of Daggers. I’m so proud!

This is amazing! 

(via mydnd)

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