6 hours ago
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sketchamagowza:

no shut up

sketchamagowza:

no shut up

sixpenceee:

With the advent of photoshop and all the techniques used to manipulate photographs it’s hard to tell whether a picture is truly genuine or not.

Never the less I appreciate the concepts behind all of them.

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thegoddessofgeek:

towritecomicsonherarms:

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i love you


Rat Queens #7
dm7dragonfyre
why haven’t we seriously talked about cosplaying this comic yet?

thegoddessofgeek I’ve legit thought about it (because duh, that chick is basically me) but I know nothing of it, and you know how I is with comics. Help a sista out and give me a synopsis. ALso I dunno if people would get it because I’ve literally only heard about it on the interwebs?

16 hours ago
7,261 notes

kiriamaya:

Explaining your mental illness to others is a tough balancing act. You want them to believe you, but you also don’t want them to start treating you as subhuman because of it.

I wish it didn’t have to be like that.

mymagicmurderbag:

Happy Batman Day!
Enjoy a little spam featuring my favorite Batman.

mymagicmurderbag:

Happy Batman Day!

Enjoy a little spam featuring my favorite Batman.

16 hours ago
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sagihairius:

cosplaying

pros: cons

cons: pros

16 hours ago
79,057 notes

cactsus:

my thick thighs and basic brown eyes will win over someone’s heart one day

apparently

amenokitarou:

The Ultimate DOUBLE TUTORIAL: Foam-Worbla Sword Making!
Read in Hi-Res here: http://fav.me/d7rrjh3Accompanying VIDEO Tutorial: http://youtu.be/USAYoQt0GfQ

Project notes:- Glue used: K.S. Bond (contact adhesive, can be bought at any hardware store)- Hot Glue also works. - The complete foam product is extremely light. - Adding worbla adds some weight, but still very light. - The amount of worbla used for this project was a little more than half a XL sized sheet.- The amount of foam used for this project was less than 1/4 of a foam mat roll from Reject Shop, and about 1/2 a sheet of EVA foam skin from Reverse Garbage.
Other FAQs - https://www.facebook.com/notes/amenokitarou-ak-wirru/wirrus-faq-corner/665766053511140

amenokitarou:

The Ultimate DOUBLE TUTORIAL: Foam-Worbla Sword Making!

Read in Hi-Res here: http://fav.me/d7rrjh3
Accompanying VIDEO Tutorial: http://youtu.be/USAYoQt0GfQ

Project notes:
- Glue used: K.S. Bond (contact adhesive, can be bought at any hardware store)
- Hot Glue also works. 
- The complete foam product is extremely light. 
- Adding worbla adds some weight, but still very light. 
- The amount of worbla used for this project was a little more than half a XL sized sheet.
- The amount of foam used for this project was less than 1/4 of a foam mat roll from Reject Shop, and about 1/2 a sheet of EVA foam skin from Reverse Garbage.

Other FAQs - https://www.facebook.com/notes/amenokitarou-ak-wirru/wirrus-faq-corner/665766053511140

I’m starting to think I need an Edna Mode costume