eyesonthestar:

The Jade from the stream! TRANSPARENT!
Yes, I do like the flowers and flower patterns too much. (There’s more than one watermark, if you think it’s just the bunny)
Warning: eye contact , bright colors
I’d rather you not reblog my art than remove my comments, thank you.

eyesonthestar:

The Jade from the stream! TRANSPARENT!

Yes, I do like the flowers and flower patterns too much.
(There’s more than one watermark, if you think it’s just the bunny)

Warning: eye contact , bright colors

I’d rather you not reblog my art than remove my comments, thank you.

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hannakdraws:

Harry Potter outfits? why did I do this?  

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phemiec:

Adult women are now the largest demographic in gaming

dailydot:

Congratulations, gamer girls—you’re officially at the top of the food chain when it comes to games. A new study released by the Entertainment Software Association has revealed that adult women now occupy the largest demographic in the gaming industry. Women over 18 made up a whopping 36 percent of the gaming population, followed by adult men at 35 percent. 

gaymergirls:

aww nasa has a page for space technology terms you can use in science fiction

nerds

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"Manara also touches on the “men and women are depicted unrealistically in comics” argument. Those with a modicum of art knowledge knows male comic book characters are depicted as a male power fantasy and female characters as a sexual fantasy. It’s why the “look, Spider-Man is drawn like that too!” argument holds no water. One is to show a strong man, in action, being dominant while the other is to show a women objectified, existing solely to appeal to the baser senses. It’s about intent, presentation, and context."

Spider-Woman Cover Artist Milo Manara & Writer Dennis Hopeless Respond To Online Discussion | The Mary Sue

Do people keep linking you to a side-by-side of that J. Scott Cambell Spider-Man cover & Milo Manara Spider-Woman, convinced they’re the same thing? Here’s something to link back to them. Also, this comic strip describing “false-equivalence.”

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phemiec:

"Justice and Anders is filmed in front of a live studio audience."

A silly Odd Couple style buddy comedy theme I wrote for Anders and Justice a while ago. No music, just some snapping, but enjoy anyway. :)

~

Just us

I want it to be just us

two and not three.

I trust you won’t hold it against me

My mind’s co-inhabited, it’s an old habit I’ve got

He gets angry and glows a lot

and I think that It shows that I’m not exactly alone

Cause he’s always at home, inside my dome, in my thoughts

He’s my constant friend

My one companion until the end

But I’d do almost anything (but be a Warden again)

if it could be you and me, just us.

I liked, the way that he’d thwart and smite

So mighty and manly, right?

Who could blame me for what happened next was a fluke

Now he’s planting a nuke

When we met, I thought it a real safe bet

Like adopting a talking pet

To live in my soul

But he walks in my sleep and he hogs the remote control

He’s my constant friend

My one companion until the end

But I’d do almost anything (but join the circle again)

if it could be you and me, just us.

~

kecky:

okay, I think Dirk and Jake are really adorable, and there is something so charming and strangely innocent about their relationship, or the possibility thereof, and I can’t wait to see how things develop, and anyway I guess what I’m trying to say is yeah, I totes ship it.
(there, kecky, that wasn’t so hard now, was it?)

kecky:

okay, I think Dirk and Jake are really adorable, and there is something so charming and strangely innocent about their relationship, or the possibility thereof, and I can’t wait to see how things develop, and anyway I guess what I’m trying to say is yeah, I totes ship it.

(there, kecky, that wasn’t so hard now, was it?)

kecky:

A page of Roxies! Sometimes as a warm-up exercise I draw really quick scribbles of people dancing to whatever song I’m listening to at the moment, and this one happened to be “Block After Block” by Matt & Kim. That entire album is really excellent motivational music!!!
RL+AR 4EVZ

kecky:

A page of Roxies! Sometimes as a warm-up exercise I draw really quick scribbles of people dancing to whatever song I’m listening to at the moment, and this one happened to be “Block After Block” by Matt & Kim. That entire album is really excellent motivational music!!!

RL+AR 4EVZ

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