They just fired on the crowd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! peaceful protesters

fullten:

postracialcomments:

http://new.livestream.com/accounts/9035483/events/3271930

watch this link please now!!!!!!!!!!!!

Do not just like this, reblog it and watch it, they need witnesses, the police need to know they are being watched and that black lives fucking matter 

(via 30knight)


theorahart:

greatdarknoodleking:

adult’s movies: sex, explosions, yelling, cheap love story

kid’s movies: deep heart-wrenching death, moments where you question your own values, humor, adult jokes splashed in, the secret to the fucking universe, sometimes explosions too

"I dunno man, kid’s movies are just kinda dumb"

exactly

 Go see some good adult movies. You know they exist just as much as bad kids films do. 



paleoillustration:

Ian Malcolm Laugh by Formal Sweatpants

paleoillustration:

Ian Malcolm Laugh by Formal Sweatpants



Q
I saw your comment on Nina-Serena's answer to my question, and I must say I completely agree. There was much more going on and I simply lost the motivation to do anything, which included drawing. If someone you know has depression then they should get help. The problem usually lies within ones self, not the art. That and the fact that when you're an artist you have an image of what you want and usually it doesn't come out that way, which is why people struggle with their own creations. Good-day!
A

Exactly :) 

 I have depression myself so I never under estimate any feelings of self doubt that I see in others. What’s usually harmless can sometimes develop into something more!


theorahart:

My first charity Commission for Autism Awareness Day, also known as Onsie Wednesday!
This is for the lovely saetje of her characters Veil (the shy blue guy) and Gemini (the adorable huggable girl). I’ve been following the development of these characters for a long time, so how happy I was to get to draw them both <3
The money for these onsie-themed commissions is all going to charity, and I still have 6 slots left at £10/$17 each! If anyone wants to commish a picture and help raise awareness of autism, then send me a note or maybe reblog to pass on the message :3

theorahart:

My first charity Commission for Autism Awareness Day, also known as Onsie Wednesday!

This is for the lovely saetje of her characters Veil (the shy blue guy) and Gemini (the adorable huggable girl). I’ve been following the development of these characters for a long time, so how happy I was to get to draw them both <3

The money for these onsie-themed commissions is all going to charity, and I still have 6 slots left at £10/$17 each! If anyone wants to commish a picture and help raise awareness of autism, then send me a note or maybe reblog to pass on the message :3


philosopher777:

Request Discotek Media to license the various Gegege no Kitaro series’. It’s are best chance to get these shows on DVD.
And you if agree with this please reblog so we get as many people as possible.
Email sales@discotekmedia.com

philosopher777:

Request Discotek Media to license the various Gegege no Kitaro series’. It’s are best chance to get these shows on DVD.

And you if agree with this please reblog so we get as many people as possible.

Email sales@discotekmedia.com

(via gegege-no-blog)


Q
Well, dude, if it's any consolation I think your drawings this year have been great! Tonight's a night of celebration, and if you're spending it drawing, it shows that you're celebrating your art, and I think that's really really cool! Happy New Years! :D
A

Cheers bud! You too! :D


thyraheder:

Considering my Welsh blood it is no surprise that this is a tradition in South Wales…
“‘A Welsh language custom marking the darkest days of midwinter, the Mari Lwyd tradition of parading a horse’s skull in pubs &amp; people’s houses continues to this day in South Wales around New Year. A song is sung &amp; insults exchanged in battle of wits known as ‘pwnco’.’
From the book ‘Folk Archive’. 2000.”

thyraheder:

Considering my Welsh blood it is no surprise that this is a tradition in South Wales…

“‘A Welsh language custom marking the darkest days of midwinter, the Mari Lwyd tradition of parading a horse’s skull in pubs & people’s houses continues to this day in South Wales around New Year. A song is sung & insults exchanged in battle of wits known as ‘pwnco’.’

From the book ‘Folk Archive’. 2000.”