k-eke:

The Legend of Zelda : Feather Time.

Join this new epic adventure introducing pigeon Link !

… Well I wanted to create an epic legend …. with birds ^p^” !

(via cookingpeach)

animepast:

Here’s a classic, from the old ANIMEfringe website: Sonmay Anime Soundtracks

Taiwanese knock-offs of anime soundtracks.  Sometimes the only way you legitimately got anime osts back in the day.

Oh geeze, there was almost nothing more infuriating than finding and buying that one album you Always Wanted at a con, only to discover later that god-damned little “SM Records Ltd.” logo you missed in your earlier excitement.

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andersonstarship:

I would play this game.

I have this comic (both in Nintendo Power serial and trade form).  I love this comic.

I sculpted a goat head in Blender tonight.

I sculpted a goat head in Blender tonight.

nargyle:

It’s done! I’m happy with the coloring liberties I took with this one. Pretty soldiers of Love and Justice coming to an Anime Expo near you!

Neat.

nargyle:

It’s done! I’m happy with the coloring liberties I took with this one. Pretty soldiers of Love and Justice coming to an Anime Expo near you!

Neat.

(via cookingpeach)

gigidigi:

Beach Peach at Peach Beach!

gigidigi:

Beach Peach at Peach Beach!

larrywelz:

Commissions. I can’t believe I haven’t seen anybody do this gag before; Cherry as Mary Jane Watson.

Wonder Woman done like the cover of Cherry Poptart #1. heh

Excellent.

tovecomic:

It’s go time! I’m pleased to announce the first 9 pages of Tove are online, starting here! In case you don’t know, Tove is my thinly-veiled excuse to draw teenage girls floating in space, forever.
Naturally, I must thank Jojo and Isabelle from Hiveworks for welcoming me into the swarm. And of course thanks to Erin for putting the site together. These guys have already helped me out big time and I’m pleased to be working with them!
Please enjoy the comic! I’ll be posting new pages every Monday and Wednesday from now until oblivion, or at least until the comic ends. Thank you!

tovecomic:

It’s go time! I’m pleased to announce the first 9 pages of Tove are online, starting here! In case you don’t know, Tove is my thinly-veiled excuse to draw teenage girls floating in space, forever.

Naturally, I must thank Jojo and Isabelle from Hiveworks for welcoming me into the swarm. And of course thanks to Erin for putting the site together. These guys have already helped me out big time and I’m pleased to be working with them!

Please enjoy the comic! I’ll be posting new pages every Monday and Wednesday from now until oblivion, or at least until the comic ends. Thank you!

Hi Lum.

Hi Lum.

(via zambiunicorn)

mothblank:

Finally finished this print for Q con, it was really fun to do :D

Hello colors, I love you.

mothblank:

Finally finished this print for Q con, it was really fun to do :D

Hello colors, I love you.

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Still working towards getting my workstation set up, but at least my sound system is done.  Sadly my TV basically doesn’t fit anywhere in this house, so it stays tucked away in storage.  That’s OK though, cause my core audio stuff fits in my room Just Fine.

Still working towards getting my workstation set up, but at least my sound system is done.  Sadly my TV basically doesn’t fit anywhere in this house, so it stays tucked away in storage.  That’s OK though, cause my core audio stuff fits in my room Just Fine.

ehryel:

Just a redraw of one of my old drawings from 2010
Why? Because car insurance.

Pardon my porn, but this is pretty adorable

sirkowski:

mariessad:

skunkbear:

It seems like the title of an onion article, but it’s actually very serious. A study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that hurricanes with feminine names killed significantly more people than hurricanes with masculine names.  The authors looked at several decades of hurricane deaths (excluding extreme outliers like Katrina and Audrey) and posed a question: 

Do people judge hurricane risks in the context of gender-based expectations?

 According to their study, the answer is a big yes.

Laboratory experiments indicate that this is because hurricane names lead to gender-based expectations about severity and this, in turn, guides respondents’ preparedness to take protective action.

In other words, because of some deep-seated perceptions of gender, people are less afraid of hurricanes with feminine names. And that means they are less likely to evacuate.

WHAT? I just…. I don’t even….

Female hurricane are misandrists.

It’s probably bullshit data anyway.

I lead a fairly spartan life; this is just about everything I had in my house. I’m not looking forward to having to find specific things in that pile of boxes in the back.

I lead a fairly spartan life; this is just about everything I had in my house. I’m not looking forward to having to find specific things in that pile of boxes in the back.

This is where we dropped off the uhaul truck.  No doubt that I am back in True Texas Country.

This is where we dropped off the uhaul truck. No doubt that I am back in True Texas Country.