I'm an artist, a gamer, a bookworm and many other things. This is just a personal blog for things I find interesting or enjoy. Expect it to be nsfw at times.

 

kaijusaurus:

mr-x-the-psychotic-fanatic:

NEW GODZILLA MONSTER REVEALED!
Say hello to the Trilopods, the latest additions to Godzilla’s ever-extending monster list! The Trilopods are set to appear in IDW’s comic series, Godzilla: Rulers of Earth, so be sure to check that series out if you haven’t already!

I love this. What I really appreciate about the design is that you can completely buy the idea of a man-in-a-suit being inside this thing!

kaijusaurus:

mr-x-the-psychotic-fanatic:

NEW GODZILLA MONSTER REVEALED!

Say hello to the Trilopods, the latest additions to Godzilla’s ever-extending monster list! The Trilopods are set to appear in IDW’s comic series, Godzilla: Rulers of Earth, so be sure to check that series out if you haven’t already!

I love this. What I really appreciate about the design is that you can completely buy the idea of a man-in-a-suit being inside this thing!

faia-ookami:

Lineless paintings yo
I drew Ruto because of Hyrule Warriors because I’m super excited for it even though I don’t own a wiiU or have the money to buy one ;w;

faia-ookami:

Lineless paintings yo

I drew Ruto because of Hyrule Warriors because I’m super excited for it even though I don’t own a wiiU or have the money to buy one ;w;

Interview

tohsaka-mansion:

Nasu: Typical Urobuchi… I really can’t pull the wool over your eyes… I intended to take that to the grave with me, but I guess this 10-year anniversary is a good place to talk about it. Just like Urobuchi-san said, it’s difficult to call the relationship between Shirou and Saber a relationship between a man and a woman. Saber has fought for a long time as the ruler of Britain, but then turned into a girl all of a sudden and fell in love with Shirou. It’s pretty ridiculous when you think about it. But I really wanted to push it towards that sort of boy-meets-girl story. So as a last resort, I had Shirou continually say things to her like “But you’re a girl,” and “Girls aren’t supposed to fight,” in order to remind the users that “she is really a girl.” It’s like the author’s actually the one trying to convince Saber that she’s a girl… I feel like I could have written it a lot better now, but that was the best I could do at the time.

Urobuchi: It isn’t a relationship fueled by instinct like the relationship between a man and a woman, but a romance of logic between two people who need each other from the heart. I think the Saber route could have been told as a story through the ancient Greek views on love. That’s what makes Saber’s story so refreshing, and why she’s become such a popular character. On the other hand, I think the true heroine of Fate/stay night is Rin. In the Rin route, an equal relationship with a woman who’s become stronger than men is depicted. Rin and Shirou mend each other’s weaknesses with their own unique strengths, and I think it makes for a very nice relationship.

sweet-bitsy:

v4rd:

please watch this it’s 6 seconds long

If I am ever upset send me this video. It is scientifically proven that this video will cheer me up no matter what. I have been sobbing in the middle of the night and I STILL LAUGHED when I saw this video. This video is everything I hope to be in life.

(Source: vardpup)

sunshinychick:

saddeer:

immigrantgirls:

#lit

classic

dude i don’t even believe this i know i just reblogged it like ten minutes ago but oh my god this baby eats shit from like 4ft in the air and nobody cares this is literally the funniest thing i’ve ever seen in my life 

(Source: weloveshortvideos.com)

emuwren:

The Black-winged Stilt - Himantopus himantopus, is a widely distributed long legged wader in the Avocet and stilt family Recurvirostridae. This species has a wide range, including Australia, Central and South America, Asia and parts of North America.
Photo by Bill Holsten.

emuwren:

The Black-winged Stilt - Himantopus himantopus, is a widely distributed long legged wader in the Avocet and stilt family Recurvirostridae. This species has a wide range, including Australia, Central and South America, Asia and parts of North America.

Photo by Bill Holsten.