Apr 17

policecodeforzombieontheloose:

buzzfeedgeeky:

Gospels from the mouth of DanRad

"fuck that, I’m Harry Potter"

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rufftoon:

sircuddlebuns:

Skip the Use - Nameless World

I AM SO IN LOVE WITH THIS! THE SONG AND THE ANIMATION ARE SO GOOD I AM HAVING AN OUT OF BODY EXPERIENCE PLEASE WATCH THIS YOU WILL NOT BE SORRY

Reblogging, because this is a better quality version than the last link I had.

Once again, music video set into the world of Zombillenium, by Arthur De Pins. The book should be turned into an animated feature film.

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ruinedchildhood:

But shit, it was 99 cents

^That comment.

ruinedchildhood:

But shit, it was 99 cents

^That comment.

(via trashpedal)


vaeinzine:




Anxiety
(Art by Tash Reynolds)

Anxiety is paralyzing. It forces it’s way into your every action and turns you into your own enemy. Anxiety is your own voice in the back of your head, telling you are all that you have, that no one else cares, that no one wants to see you or hear about you. Anxiety is trying to translate the difficulties of your life as a mentally ill person and not coming close because of the nervousness holding you back. It can make the simplest things a huge effort, be it the basic act of ordering food, or even just getting out of bed in the morning. It manifests itself as a very physical, literal feeling - a huge weight in the bottom of your stomach, weighing you down and making you too heavy to move your own feet.
Anxiety, when we’re talking about it in reference to Borderline Personality Disorder, can be crippling. Already you feel like looking in the mirror is too much. Who is this person staring back at you? What is their purpose? Then, combined with the symptoms of anxiety, you begin to think that others will look at you and see the same monster you see reflected back at you. You begin to feel that you are weighing them down much like you seemingly weigh yourself down. “Why would anyone want to see that?” is a thought that often crosses your mind and your bed seems like the only safe place to be, because if you lie there long enough, maybe you’ll be able to finally get some sleep.
It has often been said that people who have been through trauma feel as though they are unable to be loved. Anxiety supports this feeling. It only takes the littlest comment or action from someone and you begin to think that they don’t like you anymore or let alone want you near them. Even if they say they miss you or want you around, where’s the proof to support it? Of course, that proof is impossible, so you sit in your room and you avoid everyone, even your own reflection. You try to ignore your own negative thoughts, but the more time you spend alone, the more you start to think that this is all that there is for you. You want so badly to get better, but sometimes the only way to get better seems like to end it all. Everyone is already coping without you, so what difference does it make to them? It won’t make a difference to you, because you won’t have to think anymore, you won’t have to feel this way. You make no contribution to anything, no difference to anyone. Not even yourself. 
Anxiety is a mental illness that can seem impossible to beat, because no matter how many positive comments are made or how many times people say they want to see you, you know there is someone better for them to see, you know that they’ll get sick of you. But the real question is, is that really true? Or is it all in your head? All we can really do is keep moving, and keep hoping that the power of another day clarifies to us that we aren’t as alone as we think we are. Let’s switch past our views of who we are on the outside and have more empathy to the internal war raging within each of us.
-Ashlee





Oh my god….this hit me really hard…like one look and I’m in tears. This is exactly how I feel every day. 

vaeinzine:

Anxiety
(Art by Tash Reynolds)

Anxiety is paralyzing. It forces it’s way into your every action and turns you into your own enemy. Anxiety is your own voice in the back of your head, telling you are all that you have, that no one else cares, that no one wants to see you or hear about you. Anxiety is trying to translate the difficulties of your life as a mentally ill person and not coming close because of the nervousness holding you back. It can make the simplest things a huge effort, be it the basic act of ordering food, or even just getting out of bed in the morning. It manifests itself as a very physical, literal feeling - a huge weight in the bottom of your stomach, weighing you down and making you too heavy to move your own feet.

Anxiety, when we’re talking about it in reference to Borderline Personality Disorder, can be crippling. Already you feel like looking in the mirror is too much. Who is this person staring back at you? What is their purpose? Then, combined with the symptoms of anxiety, you begin to think that others will look at you and see the same monster you see reflected back at you. You begin to feel that you are weighing them down much like you seemingly weigh yourself down. “Why would anyone want to see that?” is a thought that often crosses your mind and your bed seems like the only safe place to be, because if you lie there long enough, maybe you’ll be able to finally get some sleep.

It has often been said that people who have been through trauma feel as though they are unable to be loved. Anxiety supports this feeling. It only takes the littlest comment or action from someone and you begin to think that they don’t like you anymore or let alone want you near them. Even if they say they miss you or want you around, where’s the proof to support it? Of course, that proof is impossible, so you sit in your room and you avoid everyone, even your own reflection. You try to ignore your own negative thoughts, but the more time you spend alone, the more you start to think that this is all that there is for you. You want so badly to get better, but sometimes the only way to get better seems like to end it all. Everyone is already coping without you, so what difference does it make to them? It won’t make a difference to you, because you won’t have to think anymore, you won’t have to feel this way. You make no contribution to anything, no difference to anyone. Not even yourself. 


Anxiety is a mental illness that can seem impossible to beat, because no matter how many positive comments are made or how many times people say they want to see you, you know there is someone better for them to see, you know that they’ll get sick of you. But the real question is, is that really true? Or is it all in your head? All we can really do is keep moving, and keep hoping that the power of another day clarifies to us that we aren’t as alone as we think we are. Let’s switch past our views of who we are on the outside and have more empathy to the internal war raging within each of us.

-Ashlee

Oh my god….this hit me really hard…like one look and I’m in tears. This is exactly how I feel every day. 


airakanke:

tiffanydraws:

Read from right to left :)

This is a little manga I wrote to show how a girl’s efforts to make someone hurting smile ends up revealing a similar compassion from the very boy she was trying to comfort. It shows how a little kindness can sometimes seem pointless but it can be contagious and turn around to help the person giving it more than the one receiving it. 

SDOHUFodshuf omg this is so so so so so cute I love iiiit ahhh

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Apr 14

archewill:

where he belongs

I’M DYING!

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Anonymous asked: i was wondering, what do you do in university? the cartoon-realistic style you post here, or realism, or...?

viria:

It’s realism! we don’t really have the option to study concept art or caroon-realism, any of it, which is really sad sometimes. We can choose to do decorative style, but only for composition (which is more of a personal project) than our usual works.

if you’re curious..I kind of posted some stuff I did for the uni on instagram and I guess I could post some of them here too

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some of them weren’t exactly finished at the point when I made photos but…haha you’d get the idea on what we do usually in the uni.__.

O__O oh god….fangirling even more. 


animelody:

by dingyiyi

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Apr 13
athenagray:

JAMES ABBOTT McNEILL WHISTLER, Nocturne in Black and Gold

Every time I see this in my Art History text, I can’t help but fall in love with it.

athenagray:

JAMES ABBOTT McNEILL WHISTLER, Nocturne in Black and Gold

Every time I see this in my Art History text, I can’t help but fall in love with it.


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