gravi-teamfalls:

BG paint for “Into the Bunker”  Top image drawn by Ian Worrel, painted by Jeffrey Thompson. Bottom three images drawn & painted by Art Director Ian Worrel

kingofooo:

selected model sheets from The Prince Who Wanted Everything

lead character & prop designer - Matt Forsythe

character & prop designers - Erica Jones & Michael DeForge

character & prop design clean-up - Alex Campos

art director - Nick Jennings

color stylist - Catherine E. Simmonds

kingofooo:

selected backgrounds from The Prince Who Wanted Everything

art director - Nick Jennings

BG designers - Santino Lascano & Derek Hunter

BG painters - Sandra Calleros, Ron Russell, and Teri Shikasho

becausebirds:

Goshawk testing its flying capabilities. It is shown flying through a circular opening, horizontal opening, vertical opening and a tunnel. [video]

didnt-do-very-whale-on-that-roll:

You guys realize that queer representation doesn’t really matter unless it happens in the actual show right?

*seeks a job for someone else while i remain a neet*

thementalpotato:

Cosplaying done right

thementalpotato:

Cosplaying done right

zeekayart:

zeekayart:

so if you plunk in your measurements to this website it’ll pop out a little bald version of yourself

in other news, this post got extremely popular overnight because people realised that they could do this with the editor as well

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that last one looks like a floppy joke rubber chicken omg

tricksterwizardry:

jensensations:

profoak:

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WHY AM I LAUGHING WHAT EVEN HAPPENED HERE

In the first frame, Gooby stands happily with his hat. In frame two, he spots another hat, which he takes. In frame three he stands joyously with his second hat. In the fourth frame his hat is taken off his head by Gooby in frame two, providing a comedic element due to the juxtaposition of their frames, allowing Gooby in frame two to reach down and take the hat from the ground, which is the air above the Gooby from frame four. Gooby stands in shock in panel five, and in panel six he laments his lost pleasure, reflecting on the transient nature of pleasure and giving a political commentary on the trends for people to take financial loans, the “Future hat”, for a temporary pleasure, only to have the hat taken away from them by their past self, leaving them with less than they had grown accustomed to. It also shows the human nature of acclimating to better circumstances, and even when returned to the same circumstance, they are still left feeling they have lost something.

tricksterwizardry:

jensensations:

profoak:

??????????????????

WHY AM I LAUGHING WHAT EVEN HAPPENED HERE

In the first frame, Gooby stands happily with his hat. In frame two, he spots another hat, which he takes. In frame three he stands joyously with his second hat. In the fourth frame his hat is taken off his head by Gooby in frame two, providing a comedic element due to the juxtaposition of their frames, allowing Gooby in frame two to reach down and take the hat from the ground, which is the air above the Gooby from frame four. Gooby stands in shock in panel five, and in panel six he laments his lost pleasure, reflecting on the transient nature of pleasure and giving a political commentary on the trends for people to take financial loans, the “Future hat”, for a temporary pleasure, only to have the hat taken away from them by their past self, leaving them with less than they had grown accustomed to. It also shows the human nature of acclimating to better circumstances, and even when returned to the same circumstance, they are still left feeling they have lost something.

princessoffloral:

collectiveassbutts:

earthswinds:

I need feminism; because the bra straps of a twelve year old shouldn’t make a 40 year old married principal with two daughters “uncomfortable”

So am I allowed to walk around adult women who are mothers and grandmothers at work with my cock out or what

in what world is someone’s dick equivalent to a fucking bra strap