imjustanectoplasm:

Inktober day 10 - Werewolf


meenat:

Mangamasters stuff from yesterday c: Tears are cute

meenat:

Mangamasters stuff from yesterday c: Tears are cute


asheblitzen:

Pretty Guardian Nobel Project: On Display - Part 1!

Roughly a month of work later and I can finally show them to you the way they were meant to be displayed. I love how they all came out and I hope you do too!

I’ll be coming out with an article about how they were made and the process I went through with each Sailor Scout, so I’ll link to it then!

For now, enjoy part 1 of 3 of the final pictures!

All parts were snapped, modded, polished, painted and primed by yours truly. A HUGE thank you to my friends at Gundam Planet for keeping me supplied with the things I need :)

Want to see more? Come check me out on facebook!


ieafy:

Sludge

ieafy:

Sludge



evilwitchgirl:

just hold on


nuellenore:

mythosidhe:

cubebreaker:

Designer Goula Figeura’s Orwell day bed lets you easily shut yourself off from the outside world with its light and noise-cancelling curtains.

Basically a designer blanket fort

I still want to buy it.


epsee:

i started parks and rec and my only wish is for leslie/ann yuri

epsee:

i started parks and rec and my only wish is for leslie/ann yuri


bucketlistlionblog:

Most of the lions bred and raised in captivity in South Africa are destined for canned hunts.  Canned hunting is where a captive-bred animal is set loose in an area to be shot with no fair means of escape — this can be due to either physical constraints (such as being fenced in a small enclosed space; or from being preemptively lured in or drugged) or mental constraints (being hand-raised by humans and effectively having all natural fear of mankind removed.)
Numerous lion breeding farms, many of which run out of South Africa and mask themselves as conservation-based sanctuaries or rescues, provide a steady supply of new stock animals for this purpose.  To offset the high expense of raising and feeding these surplus lions, these parks offer cub petting — a very popular tourist attraction and lure for international volunteers which directly supports and funds the rapidly flourishing canned hunting industry.
All the while, tourists and volunteers continue to pay for the privilege, none-the-wiser of what their money is supporting or where the cubs they cuddle are actually going.
Please avoid any facility that offers cub petting, and educate friends and family on the truth of canned lion hunting.
For more resources on canned hunting and cub petting, check out the links on the resources page.
(photo source)

bucketlistlionblog:

Most of the lions bred and raised in captivity in South Africa are destined for canned hunts.  Canned hunting is where a captive-bred animal is set loose in an area to be shot with no fair means of escape — this can be due to either physical constraints (such as being fenced in a small enclosed space; or from being preemptively lured in or drugged) or mental constraints (being hand-raised by humans and effectively having all natural fear of mankind removed.)

Numerous lion breeding farms, many of which run out of South Africa and mask themselves as conservation-based sanctuaries or rescues, provide a steady supply of new stock animals for this purpose.  To offset the high expense of raising and feeding these surplus lions, these parks offer cub petting — a very popular tourist attraction and lure for international volunteers which directly supports and funds the rapidly flourishing canned hunting industry.

All the while, tourists and volunteers continue to pay for the privilege, none-the-wiser of what their money is supporting or where the cubs they cuddle are actually going.

Please avoid any facility that offers cub petting, and educate friends and family on the truth of canned lion hunting.

For more resources on canned hunting and cub petting, check out the links on the resources page.

(photo source)


onlinegf:

verbal abuse & bullying is not ‘freedom of speech’

(Source: onlinegf)


deerstalkerpictures:

"You want a motherf*cking Pokemon battle?!"

From our new video “We Need to Beat Misty.”


pocketcucco:

I’m going to leave it there for the 4am crew to find when the lights come on

pocketcucco:

I’m going to leave it there for the 4am crew to find when the lights come on


(Source: dashiana)


flowerkrown:

flowerkrown:

tiny dogs wearing socks

image

(Source: crwnly)


(Source: pinkmanjesse)