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nudityandnerdery:



Ah, yes. The lycandyke. My favourite fur covered paranormal.

nudityandnerdery:

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Ah, yes. The lycandyke. My favourite fur covered paranormal.

(via lordquinton)

snarkies:


I can’t pass up an opportunity to draw a merm!


carbonbasedfangirl:

fuzzykitty01:

davusignavus:

rudimentree:

davusignavus:

i liked the page for my school’s lgbt* center on facebook and my mom just sent me a message that said

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“now all of china knows you’re queer”

please deliver this reply to your mother:

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she laughed so hard i think she exploded

It’s back and still beautiful!

oh my god

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asylum-art:

A Towering Figure Enclosed Within a Glass Greenhouse by Susanne Ussing
Susanne Ussing, ‘I Drivhuset’ (‘In the Greenhouse’), 1980. Ussing was a Danish artist and architect, with a special interest ceramics. This mixed-media piece brings together the world of sculpture and architecture by placing the former inside the latter. Classical parallels are easily conjured here. Like a latter-day (and feminine) Zeus at Olympia, this ginormous female figure is too large for the confines of the glasshouse, which looks like it might shatter were she to move too freely; like a Crouching Aphrodite of immodest proportions, she looks vulnerable and coquettish all at once. At the same time, her skin of newspapers and skeleton of metal and wood thoroughly modern - not quite distracting from the gracefulness of her pose, but instead under-girding her with firm foundations.


Susanne Ussing (1940-1998, Danish) - I Drivhuset installed at Ordrupgaardsamlingen (In the Glasshouse), Denmark, 1980. It is composed of granite and porous materials.

asylum-art:

A Towering Figure Enclosed Within a Glass Greenhouse by Susanne Ussing

Susanne Ussing, ‘I Drivhuset’ (‘In the Greenhouse’), 1980. Ussing was a Danish artist and architect, with a special interest ceramics. This mixed-media piece brings together the world of sculpture and architecture by placing the former inside the latter. Classical parallels are easily conjured here. Like a latter-day (and feminine) Zeus at Olympia, this ginormous female figure is too large for the confines of the glasshouse, which looks like it might shatter were she to move too freely; like a Crouching Aphrodite of immodest proportions, she looks vulnerable and coquettish all at once. At the same time, her skin of newspapers and skeleton of metal and wood thoroughly modern - not quite distracting from the gracefulness of her pose, but instead under-girding her with firm foundations.

Susanne Ussing (1940-1998, Danish) - I Drivhuset installed at Ordrupgaardsamlingen (In the Glasshouse), Denmark, 1980. It is composed of granite and porous materials.

(via wickedgirlssavingourselves)

russellwalksart:

Here are some of the images I created for Topp’s new series of trading cards, Star Wars: Chrome Perspectives.
It was a blast to make them, and I’m gratified that the folks who’ve seen them seem to dig them.

(via lordquinton)

burdge:

i was watching Pride and Prejudice and got distracted by background characters oops

So, overall, I have to say that I think The Sims 2 has stood up pretty well over time. Its gameplay is top notch, and the graphics are reasonable. Once you start adding custom content into the mix, the game is no longer tolerable, but downright impressive.

The first sim shown is completely default, but the second has custom eyes, skin and hair. Her makeup is default, as is her outfit.

honeywellsims4news:

NO SIMS 4 REVIEWS UNTIL AFTER THE RELEASE

"Looks like there’ll be no The Sims 4 reviews until after it’s out. EA tells me no one’s getting access ahead of release. I’m nervous."  —Dan Stapleton, IGN’s Review Editor

When asked if there was usually a good reason for publishers to hold back games from reviewers until after the release, “Not usually” was Dan Stapleton’s reply. No wonder he’s nervous.

"Oh and my proudest moment today: Got the game to crash ;) " —Crinrict, Gamescom

"There were some bugs in the game. I noticed that Sims in my game change positions during their conversation. When they finish chatting, they’ll for example switch their sofas/seats and then start gossiping. Still, I told SimGuruHydra about this issue and we’ve been told "This build is pre-release Beta software that contains bugs which will not be present in the shipping version".   —Sims_Community, Gamescom

"Everyone jogged everywhere in my game for some strange reason – hopefully this is fixed in the final build." —Beyond Sims, Gamescom

Given the games development history and the reports from those who played the game at Gamescom, I can only assume that all of the bugs and issues we’ve seen have not been fixed.  Time will tell.  In the meantime, waiting to buy The Sims 4 until after the launch — when you know what you’ll be getting — seems prudent.

Honeywell’s Sims 4 News

For those uninitiated in the ways of Video Game Marketing cycles, in a nutshell what this means is that if you have a pre-order you should probably cancel it now and wait for the reviews before you lay down money on the game.

I’d like to be optimistic about the glitches and errors being ironed out of the final version, but honestly I’ve been around to watch the release of numerous Sims 3 expansion packs that were buggy to the point of unplayability and left to the community to fix. Even the official bug patches tend to be made from lists of bugs collected, catalogued and verified by hardworking players.

baglieg:

yesimstacysmom:

giraffepoliceforce:

If people are really going to assume that guys with long hair are gay and girls with short hair are lesbians then I am going to assume that all bald men are actually eagles.

I knew it, something about my dad just wasn’t adding up

Gay boys more often have short, fashionable hairdos. Most of the guys I’ve known with long hair were either straight, or giving serious consideration to not being guys anymore.

kingatticus:

fantomeheart:

The only acceptable birthday cake

Nothing says “celebrate a year of not dying” like blowing out the flame on a salamander that will die without its fire.

(via lordquinton)