• (Source: dulcetart)

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    23
    2014
  • busket:

    “gamecube is now considered a classic console”

    image

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    23
    2014

  • (Source: nuuve-spawn)

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  • (Source: aidulin)

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  • robin-birdly:

    darning-socks:

    why

    Oh, this is my life

    Apr
    23
    2014

  • crackedcook:

    cold-never-bothered-me-anyways:

    pepperbear:

    WHAT THE FUCK

    SOMEONE CAME UP FOR THE IDEA OF THIS.
    SOMEONE WROTE A SCRIPT FOR THIS.
    SOMEONE UTTERED THESE WORDS INTO A MICROPHONE.
    SOMEONE ANIMATED THIS.
    SOMEONE GREENLIGHTED THIS.
    SOMEONE DIRECTED THIS.
    SOMEONE PRODUCED THIS.
    DID NOT ONE PERSON EVER STOP TO THINK THAT MAYBE THIS WAS A TERRIBLE IDEA?

    Okay so I’ve always wanted to say this. The movie actually came from a joke Jerry Seinfeld made to the director. They were eating and Jerry goes “what about a b-movie that’s actually a bee movie?” And there. The movie was literally one huge joke meant to be bad.
    Apr
    23
    2014

  • digital-doodle:

    Hello guys! 
    I’ve got a portfolio update! :D 

    I fell in love with Krysta Rodriguez and her performance in The Addams Family Broadway Musical a few months ago… and I thought it would be fun to explore my own take on the Addams Family… and well… here it is! haha xD  

    This truly was a learning experience for me because I can clearly see how much I need to improve and how far away I am from where I want to be.. However I’m glad I pushed myself to go outside my comfort zone! It was well worth it.

    Lastly, I wanna thank my amazing teachers/mentors who walked me through this process these past few months! I owe all I’ve learned to them <3 

    I will be posting Part 2 of the portfolio shortly so stay tuned! 
    OR you can check it out at LissyMarlin.com if you want :)  

    Thank you guys <3 

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    23
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  • writeworld:

    by Charlie Jane Anders

    Worldbuilding is an essential part of any work of fiction. But especially for science fiction or fantasy, it’s the lifeblood of storytelling. But when worldbuilding fails, it can wreck your whole story, and leave your characters feeling pointless. Here are seven deadly sins of worldbuilding.

    1. Not thinking about basic infrastructure.
    2. Not explaining why events are happening now.
    3. Creating fictional versions of real-life human ethnic groups, that never go beyond one dimension.
    4. Creating monolithic social, political, cultural and religious groups.
    5. Inventing a history that is totally logical.
    6. Not really giving a strong sense of place, like what it smells like after it’s been raining.
    7. Introducing some superpower, like magic or insane tech, without fully accounting for how it would change society.

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