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    atop-the-treetop:

    sizvideos:

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    This is one of those ideas where some person was like “Hehe, this might  be silly.” And then struck fucking gold.

    (via may10baby)

    — 12 hours ago with 91968 notes

    castiel-counts-deans-freckles:

    This is like a round of cards against humanity

    (Source: disneydailly, via may10baby)

    — 3 days ago with 48261 notes

    "Rise of Nations"

    Anthony (the Hubby):(Gives long description of his current position in the "Rise of Nations" video game)
    Ty (the Bro-inlaw):It's like they're asking to be taken over.
    Babs:*deadpan sarcasm* Yeah, it’s like they just put on their little Uranium skirts and said “Come at me, big boy. Conquer me.”
    Ty:I think Babs just gave the most disturbing rape description I've ever heard.
    — 3 days ago
    #quote of the day 

    alpha-beta-gamer:

    Libratopia is an inventive text based puzzle game that see’s you performing a string of searches in a library database, using the info from the current search results to figure out the book title, author or user name that you’re supposed to search for next.

    It’s an interesting concept (if a little hard to describe), and during the short playthough of the Demo, it throws up some wonderfully clever and inventive puzzle designs that reward lateral thinking.  

    Read more & play the free Pre-Alpha Demo

    — 6 days ago with 86 notes

    alpha-beta-gamer:

    Uncanny Valley is a creepy nightmarish pixel art survival horror game with action and puzzle elements that features intense moments of dread and real consequences for your actions.

    You play as a night shift security guard a strange research facility, who has problems with insomnia, often lapsing into a dream-like states while on the job, making the player constantly question what’s real.  As you explore the research facility, you’ll soon discover all is not well.  You’ll have to run, hide, use your wits and solve puzzles to live through this well crafted nightmare.

    The consequence system of Uncanny Valley is a particular highlight, which draws some comparisons to Heavy Rain.  You can die at some points but they’re few and far between, for the most part whenever you fail at something, the game will carry on, but with real consequences for your character.  For example, if you fail to escape your attackers, your character will move slower for the rest of the game, making things that much harder. 

    The Alpha Demo packs more suspense, dread and ‘oh shit!’ moments into it’s 10 minute playtime that most games horror games manage in 8 hours.  With it’s tense atmosphere, beautiful pixel art, intriguing story and real consequences for your actions, Uncanny Valley is shaping up to be uncannily good.

    Download the Free Alpha Demo & Check out the IndieGoGo Campaign

    — 6 days ago with 1682 notes
    inkydonkey:

ontahb:

HOWREFERENCESWORK

For all those people that constantly ask “is using a reference cheating?”
No, it’s not. THEY’RE THERE, USE THEM. Using a reference is not tracing, it’s cool.

:(
They are two different drawings. One is not better than the other. Bike B may be more accurate, but Bike A is funner, softer and more pleasing to my eye. ONE IS NOT “BETTER” THAN THE OTHER. However, they will appeal to different people on different levels.

    inkydonkey:

    ontahb:

    HOWREFERENCESWORK

    For all those people that constantly ask “is using a reference cheating?”

    No, it’s not. THEY’RE THERE, USE THEM. Using a reference is not tracing, it’s cool.

    :(

    They are two different drawings. One is not better than the other. Bike B may be more accurate, but Bike A is funner, softer and more pleasing to my eye. ONE IS NOT “BETTER” THAN THE OTHER. However, they will appeal to different people on different levels.

    (via may10baby)

    — 1 week ago with 40120 notes
    sexygeriatrics:

what haunting melody is the saxman playing that has captured sebastian so


"Careless Whisper"… I’m going with it. :)

    sexygeriatrics:

    what haunting melody is the saxman playing that has captured sebastian so

    "Careless Whisper"… I’m going with it. :)

    (Source: itfeelspersonal, via ohawkguy)

    — 1 week ago with 3791 notes
    fini-mun:

Imagine this scenario. You drop your phone in the cake batter. The cake bakes. The cake comes out looking great, and you frost it. It looks beautiful. A masterpiece of baking.
Later, you need to make a phone call, but you can’t find your phone. You ask your friend to call you, so you can find it by the ring tone. You hear a muffled ring. Slowly, both you and your friend turn to the cake.

    fini-mun:

    Imagine this scenario. You drop your phone in the cake batter. The cake bakes. The cake comes out looking great, and you frost it. It looks beautiful. A masterpiece of baking.

    Later, you need to make a phone call, but you can’t find your phone. You ask your friend to call you, so you can find it by the ring tone. You hear a muffled ring. Slowly, both you and your friend turn to the cake.

    (Source: multipack, via ohawkguy)

    — 1 week ago with 239121 notes

    may10baby:

    menfenced:

    juvjuvychan:

    crazyhead36:

    amy-banner:

    theworldismyoysterrr:

    redkiteslongnights:

    hatteress:

    trixafaerie:

    Two guys dancing El Tango de Roxanne

    Dat. Finale.

    I- I just- Holy shit.

    This is…. this is unbelievable. 

    perfection

    NO BUT THIS IS LITERALLY ONE OF THE MOST COMPLICATED DANCES I’VE EVER SEEN AND THEY MAKE IT LOOK SO EASY

    Holy shit.

    I wanna send this to SYTYCD people like whoa

    HOLY SHIT! I was expecting it to be good from the comments, but this actually blew my mind!

    I am so aroused right now

    (via may10baby)

    — 1 week ago with 31595 notes
    
"It is okay, Buck."


I love the perspective this is drawn from. Very unusual, but I think I brings a lot of emotion to it without having to show faces. Maybe even more than it could have traditionally.

    "It is okay, Buck."

    I love the perspective this is drawn from. Very unusual, but I think I brings a lot of emotion to it without having to show faces. Maybe even more than it could have traditionally.

    (Source: dianmz, via midnighttypewriter)

    — 1 week ago with 16525 notes