nsn-klv:

by Coin松

寒い国の音楽 by Naked Cat
Dont remove the source.

foxglovesandaconite:

MAKO AND RALEIGH ARE SHARING EARBUDS AND LISTENING TO BOUNCY JAPANESE POP MUSIC TOGETHER WHILE THEY EAT

(Source: witchpriest)

deathsmilesatallofus:

Can
image
We
image
Talk
image
About
image
How
image
Fucking
image
Amazing
image
Alice X Zhang’s
image
Art is
image

(Source: thekingofhell)

rubitrightintomyeyes:

josiahfiles:

kristinkemper:

I am SO, SO EXCITED to share my SVA thesis film at long last!!!!! This is what I spent most of the past year working on. It’s the biggest thing I’ve ever made, and I still couldn’t have done it without the help and support of a bunch of really awesome people. I strongly recommend watching it in HD and I hope you like it a lot! :)

everybody look at keckys film!!!!

its really great and pretty and i helped with like.  three frames of coloring so you KNOW its great

for real though kecky is a super talented artist and this is a really fun story!!

What a lovely short! Pretty designs and colors and a very cute ending!

Mako laughed, a short bark of joy and relief. She was crying as she kissed him, as she had wanted to since she first saw him scarred and alone in his room the night he’d arrived at the Shatterdome. He returned the kiss and they held each other tightly, each feeling the other release all the desperation and fear and loss they had felt during the day just past. Had it only been a day?

Raleigh climbed out on top of the pod. One of the helicopters was circling around them, lowering an emergency ladder with a medic dangling on the bottom rung. Around them, a formation of Super Sikorskys hovered, none of their pilots wanting to miss out on the moment when the pilots of G***y Danger, disgraced and then redeemed, returned to the sunlit world after destroying the Breach and keeping the kaiju and the Precursors trapped in the dying world they had made.

It was a sunny day. The world was not going to end.

From Pacific Rim: The Official Movie Novelization (via frannyglassed)

(Source: dimensionexplosion)

day and night…

(Source: )

dadskills:

eziocauthon89:

connoisseur-of-mediocrity:

thefluffysheep:

songofages:

ela-j:

EXCUSE ME BUT THIS RING. NO ONE NOTICED IT?????

Actually I’ve seen people mention it since the first episode.

It’s Capaldi’s wedding ring. He never takes it off, even when acting. 

To add to the story, he refuses to take it off because when his acting career was struggling, his wife never gave up on him. When he landed his first major gig, he decided to not take it off, to represent he was there because of his wife’s support.

This is the sweetest and best thing I’ve eve heard about any behind-the-scenes ever

Remember when he’s told the tradition is to give that chocolate box to someone “you love" and he immediately jumped off the stage and ran to his wife in Seoul without even a second thought?

image

this is the reason i love and RESPECT him this much… just… *sniffs*

soyeahso:

chirart:

crescend:

humourandgaming:

No one complains when Shakespeare makes an all male cast to tell a story about brotherhood amongst men but Square Enix does the same thing and they’re sexist? Go play Final Fantasy XIII, XIII-2 and Lightning Returns if you need a game about an empowering woman.

Y’all are dumb and need to read some Shakespeare.

This, thank you.

1) Shakespeare penned his plays late 16th-early 17th century, Square Enix produces their games in the late 20th-early 21st centuries. Generally it’s common sense to not go “someone in a less socially evolved era did this, why can’t our videogames/movies/books today!?” Like. Pretty sure all of tumblr exists to explain to all of us why that is not the smartest of thinking.

2) Every preceding FF game has always been (relatively) good about cast diversity, it’s not unreasonable nor is it unprecedented to expect it out of FF15. Call me crazy but suddenly creating an all-dude cast after years and history of not having all-dude games kind of is a step backward.

3) FF13 is the first game after six FF games to feature a female protagonist. “This game has your female hero character, go play THAT” kind of treats that game trilogy as a consolation prize. And this is without delving into how the sequel games were progressively made with male-gaze fanservice in mind.

4) I mean yeah, go read Shakespeare, that’s always good way to spend one’s time. Not going to argue that one.

Women were also not allowed to act. Yes there were men and boys who specialized in playing women, but there weren’t a shit ton of them who could do it well (they had to be convincing) so it totally makes sense that he would limit the number of required women roles. Today, may producers and directors find ways to integrate more women into productions of Shakespeare’s work.

And people complain ALL THE TIME  about the lack of female roles in Shakespeare.  Like this whole argument is so fucking weak.