Little known fact: Phoenix Wright is actually a swellow gijinka
Can’t unsee it
renaissancestuck - retouched Gamzee <>/<3 Karkat
Kinda busy this Valentine’s Day so I touched this one up some more. :) Happy Valentine’s Day, tumblr!
Avatar: The Last Airbender ‘The Four Nations’ engagement rings!
White lotus (transcending the boundaries of the four nations)
(made on gemvara.com by steel candy)
oOOOhHHH….„„„.. hELL nOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!„„..
i CaN’T bELIEVE….„, i DID THIS cOSPLAY„„..
i AM……., abOMINaTION!
cosplay from russian fandom-contest “FANDOM COMBAT”
Butt vs. electric fence
At first i thought wow this bitch gon get her ass fried but it was SOOO much better than that
i’ve caught a cold and proper work is very difficult to pull off today.
so instead of doing what i am supposed to do i ended up doodling blanche, my old steampunk white rabbit chara.
sure, money can’t buy you “happiness” but it can buy you a sense of financial security, remove the worry of not being able to feed yourself, remove the fear of losing your house, remove the discomfort of not being able to socialize because you don’t have the money to go out, and also it can buy you the new pokemon game and that’s pretty fucking close
Where will you go
Now you’ve no home?
Long Before Trees Overtook the Land, Earth Was Covered by Giant Mushrooms
by Colin Schultz
From around 420 to 350 million years ago, when land plants were still the relatively new kids on the evolutionary block and “the tallest trees stood just a few feet high,” giant spires of life poked from the Earth. “The ancient organism boasted trunks up to 24 feet (8 meters) high and as wide as three feet (one meter),” said National Geographic in 2007. With the help of a fossil dug up in Saudi Arabia scientists finally figured out what the giant creature was: a fungus. (We think.)
The towering fungus spires would have stood out against a landscape scarce of such giants, said New Scientist in 2007.
Fossils of the organisms, known as Prototaxites, had peppered the paleontological findings of the past century and a half, ever since they were first discovered by a Canadian in 1859. But despite the fossil records, no one could figure out what the heck these giant spires were.
That all changed in 2007 when a study came out that concluded the spires were a fungus, like a gigantic early mushroom. But not everyone was sold on the idea that Prototaxites was an early fungus. No one’s questioning the spires’ existence—people just have trouble trying to imagine that such a huge structure could be a fungus…
(read more: Smithsonian Magazine)
Illustration by Mary Parrish, National Museum of Natural History; photograph reprinted from Review of Paleobotany and Palynology, Vol. 116, “Rotted wood—alga—fungus: the history and life of Prototaxites Dawson 1959,” by Francis Hueber, p. 146, Smithsonian Institution
ancient earth was just fuckin morrowind
London, 1940s, in hi-res color: These photographs were taken using Kodachrome film by Chalmers Butterfield, probably in 1949.
I would die to see London like this in person.
oh my god!
LONDON IN THE 1940’s!!!!!! *dead*
he covers songs that remind you of your ex, but it doesn’t hurt anymore.
First four of the God Tier Aspects done in Hexels.
The next 4 aspects will be:
Hope you like em!