ruinleon:

aluox:

WIP of something fun I did in break between commissions :)

nice

ruinleon:

aluox:

WIP of something fun I did in break between commissions :)

nice

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korra:

bioware while making mass effect: they’re not gonna want to fuck the aliens

bioware while making mass effect 2: i guess they wanted to fuck the aliens

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…we’ve shown different sides of Dukat over the years and that you get the feeling from the cumulative episodes… is that he might evolve into one of the good guys given the right circumstances. And there’s a strong temptation to do just that — to turn him into a likable rogue who helps out our characters and redeems himself in the eyes of the audience. That’s the traditional TV approach — any bad guy on screen long enough will become a good guy if you start showing “humanizing” aspects of his character. However… doing that in this case would be to deny the backstory and the character that we’ve established. He oversaw a brutal and murderous occupation. He sold his people to the Dominion. He waged a war of conquest against the Federation. He was willing to kill his own daughter if she went against him. He’s a bad guy. A fascinating bad guy, but a bad guy… He may help us on occasion, he may save a puppy from being hit by a truck, he may even make us laugh and feel good about him in an unguarded moment, but those things only round out his character, they do not salvage him as a character. — Ronald D Moore (via teroknortailor)

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closetextrovert:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Possitive experiences about her culture/religion

This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

Kamala is a beautiful character and Ms. Marvel is a beautiful comic.

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captioningcrusader:

if chekov had a facebook i’m pretty sure this is what the pictures would look like

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computergeist:

whenever people say “both genders” i think of that scene in The Blues Brothers where Elwood asks what kind of music they play there and the waitress says “Oh, we got both kinds. We got country and western.

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Magical girl!Fefetasprite & Editing: chisha
Photography: dontraynamyparade
Design: aradiyeah

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the-orator:


"The truth is, I never expected her to stay. I thought after the first night, she would go scurrying back off into the swamp. Throughout our years together, I kept waiting for her to buckle, waiting for the moment where I would be forced to send her home once and for all. But she never did, and I never had to."

Have I gushed enough about Anum-La yet? Because I don’t think I have! 
Artistic advice: bang your head on your keyboard and your hand on your tablet enough and something is bound to work out, haha

the-orator:

"The truth is, I never expected her to stay. I thought after the first night, she would go scurrying back off into the swamp. Throughout our years together, I kept waiting for her to buckle, waiting for the moment where I would be forced to send her home once and for all. But she never did, and I never had to."

Have I gushed enough about Anum-La yet? Because I don’t think I have! 

Artistic advice: bang your head on your keyboard and your hand on your tablet enough and something is bound to work out, haha

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