Somewhere Here and There
rainbow-soap:

…perhaps he climbed to watch the view from up high, because doing that can sometimes make you feel free.
…maybe the moment when he decided to take that contract? 

rainbow-soap:

…perhaps he climbed to watch the view from up high, because doing that can sometimes make you feel free.

…maybe the moment when he decided to take that contract? 

waffle-o:

This is the best fake trailer for anything I’ve ever seen. It got me more excited for it than most of the other, real Dragon Age: Inquisition trailers. It even has the best Varric quote in it of all time.

prostheticknowledge:

Motion Silhouette

Japanese childrens book that features pop-up shapes to cast shadows for the reader to bring motion to its story - video embedded below:

(Google Translation:)

This book is his second picture book that changes its shape depending on the environment.

I will begin to talk about the story and illustrations shadow falls on top of the page overlap. In this work, you can enjoy the animation of shadow phantasmagoric by you move the light. Trees and become bigger and bigger, which aims to train a distant star. Story that changes depending on the page falling shadows, shadows move around the top of the page.

Please enjoy the silhouette meaning and shape change in various ways.

You can find out more at the motion-silhouette Tumblr page here

pdlcomics:

Reader

elemei:

i’m currently a dragon age sketch comic blog i guess

reversingyourpolarity:

Anxiety is like perpetually hearing the boss/enemy music but never seeing the threat.

thehulotuniverse:

L’Illusionniste / The Illusionist
Film d’animation / Animation feature film
Sylvain Chomet (2010)
Written by Sylvain Chomet and Jacques Tati

Jacques Tati originally wrote the script for The Illusionist. It was a love letter from a father to his first daughter, but never got produced. Sylvain Chomet, director of The Triplets of Belleville / Les Triplettes de Belleville, adapted the script and once again used his own original animated style.

60 Black Women In Horror Writing

decemberpaladin:

sumikosaulson:

60 Black Women In Horror Writing

Sumiko Saulson:

A really cool article / review of 60 Black Women in Horror Writing …

Originally posted on Illuminite Caliginosus:

This book, 60 Black Women In Horror, is something of an eye-opener.  Let’s face it: other than Octavia Butler and L.A. Banks, the number of black women known for writing anything other than Urban Romance and whatnot is mighty damn slim.   I’ll admit to the shortcoming…

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Got it—very excited.

m2manga:

Sailor Jupiter, The Fighter
Out of the five inner senshi, Sailor Jupiter should be the one on the front line. As her strength and attack power comes from her own ability and not any specific weapon this would mean her HP or at least defense should be decently high as well, therefore making her a good mix between tank and power house.But this is just what I reckon :)
I kinda skipped Mars’ explanation but hers was mainly based off her awesome bow and arrow attack.
Check Out the other Scouts:Sailor Moon, the ClericSailor Mercury, the MageSailor Mars, the RangerSailor Venus, the Rogue
Can you tell what I’ve been playing from that humongous shoulder plate (thing?) :P.

m2manga:

Sailor Jupiter, The Fighter

Out of the five inner senshi, Sailor Jupiter should be the one on the front line. As her strength and attack power comes from her own ability and not any specific weapon this would mean her HP or at least defense should be decently high as well, therefore making her a good mix between tank and power house.But this is just what I reckon :)

I kinda skipped Mars’ explanation but hers was mainly based off her awesome bow and arrow attack.

Check Out the other Scouts:
Sailor Moon, the Cleric
Sailor Mercury, the Mage
Sailor Mars, the Ranger
Sailor Venus, the Rogue

Can you tell what I’ve been playing from that humongous shoulder plate (thing?) :P.

minionripleystuff:

Well, that’s it - my first Sanjay/Rio fan-fiction Tea for Two is now complete.

Thanks for reading, everyone! I really appreciate all of the feedback and support I got for it, and it was wonderful hearing how many people enjoyed the story. It was a lot of fun.

Go here to read the epilogue!

(And don’t worry; I have more Sanjay/Rio stories in mind for the future.)