majortvjunkie:

IVE LOOKED EVERYWHERE FOR THIS I FINALLY FOUND IT

AND NOW THE WEATHER.

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philliplight:

Visual Communications 4 project:
Character designs and Key frames presenting a redesign for Super Mario Bros. in which Princess Peach, aided by a mysterious Toadstool Merchant, sets off on an adventure to rescue Mario from the evil Bowser!

This project was a lot of fun for me! I wanted to really push myself with the shapes and proportions of characters and try a different style. Usually my work tends to be on the cutesy and conservative side so this time I wanted to make something a bit edgy and tongue-and-cheek. It was fun re-imaging a series that I’ve grown up with and finally giving Peach the spotlight. (We won’t mention the DS game they made for her….)

Thanks for playing!

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krocatoo:

Having to google internet slang your friend is using because you have no idea what the fuck it means.

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maidmargaery:

make me choose

→ madaboutasoiaf asked: margaery or and loras?

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waytoobasic:

fragiles:

i’m glad you exist

I’m so in love with this.

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cardozzza:

punkrockluna:

instead of “I love you no matter what sexuality/race/gender you are!”

try “I love you and will celebrate your identity with you!”

YES. The things that make you who you am are not obstacles for someone to love you in spite of-if they love you in spite of the very things that help define you, they do not truly love you.

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knowledgeistreasure:

The Sword of Goujian.

" Regarded as a state treasure, the Sword of Goujian was unearthed in September 1965 in Jiangling County, Hubei Province. The sword is as legendary to the Chinese people as King Arthur’s sword in the West. Having been buried for more than 2,000 years, upon discovery, the sword was very sharp and not rusty. What’s more, it contains some rhombic etchings and 11 concentric circles located only 0.2 millimeters apart at the tip of the handle. It seems almost impossible that such a marvel of supreme craftsmanship could have been constructed so long ago…." http://www.chinaculture.org/gb/en_curiosity/2004-06/23/content_47488.htm

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