Wednesday, September 17, 2014

evynfong:

Finals from the MoonQueen zine for Light Grey Art Lab’s Stacks exhibition!

It’s based off of the year 1992- when Alexander McQueen debuted his first collection and Sailor Moon was released in Japan.  

It’s also on behance up here if you wanna follow me there!  http://bit.ly/1lu8NbF

More of my work is available to view at http://evynfong.com.

littlecofiegirl:

hariboo:

rhetthammersmith:

Dog cloud over Manhattan . August 17, 2014

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OHMYGOOOOOOODDDDDDDDDDD

andythanfiction:

kateordie:

This scene was perfect

That time James Bond replied to homoerotic taunting not with some macho no homo bullshit, but by calmly implying he was bisexual anyway and somehow did not suddenly cease to be awesome but instead roughly doubled in awesome points.

(Source: robertdeniro)

a-tardis-at-downton:

diglettdevious:

chezamanda:

dr-kara:

actualjo:

kinky-kinniku:

I love the Hawkeye initiative because this is how males should be portrayed in comics. by Hellboy/JC Soto

Behold dat ass

Hot Dayum

Oh… my… god.

If that isn’t in print I will cry. C’mon Marvel, pick up the Hawkeye initiative. 

The BUTTCHEEKS.

a-tardis-at-downton:

diglettdevious:

chezamanda:

dr-kara:

actualjo:

kinky-kinniku:

I love the Hawkeye initiative because this is how males should be portrayed in comics.
by Hellboy/JC Soto

Behold dat ass

Hot Dayum

Oh… my… god.

If that isn’t in print I will cry. C’mon Marvel, pick up the Hawkeye initiative. 

The BUTTCHEEKS.

imnotamisandristbut:

I’m not a misandrist, but a few quick questions:

If men can’t even make their own sandwiches, why are they allowed to make bills in congress?

If men can’t control their own sexual urges, why are they allowed to control nations?

If a woman’s legs/shoulders are enough to distract a man, how can we trust them to stay focused on things like open heart surgery or judging a murder trial?

Again not a misandrist, some of my best friends are guys and i’m even dating one.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

bombursbelly:

bombursbelly:

Bombur was poorly represented in the new poster so I made a couple alterations.

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pls stop forgetting him

Monday, September 15, 2014

"I’m gonna spend more time with my family" - Arden Cho in Two Weeks Later: Resolution Fails

(Source: raudencroft)

calliopebridge:

Clothing - Calliope Bridge @callyrabbit  Photography - @roarface  Hair - Bobbi Jo @bobbijodivitini  MUA - Elizabeth Mary @elizabethf3b259  Model - Pia Herring

calliopebridge:

Clothing - Calliope Bridge @callyrabbit
Photography - @roarface
Hair - Bobbi Jo @bobbijodivitini
MUA - Elizabeth Mary @elizabethf3b259 
Model - Pia Herring

calliopebridge:

Clothing - Calliope Bridge @callyrabbit  Hair - @bobbijodivitini  MUA- @elizabethf3b259

calliopebridge:

Clothing - Calliope Bridge @callyrabbit
Hair - @bobbijodivitini
MUA- @elizabethf3b259

kinkstertime:

This whole bit is made all the funnier by knowing that all of the guards were just random extras who weren’t told what was going to happen only that they weren’t allowed laugh at any cost as they wouldn’t be payed if they did.

(Source: betterlucknext)

ineffable-hufflepuff:

elsietheautisticavenger:

sethdormer:

hail hydra? no. all hail the glow cloud.

And is an active member of the school board.

(Source: finncollinsss)

Claiming there is no other life in the universe is like scooping up some water, looking at the cup and claiming there are no whales in the ocean. Neil deGrasse Tyson in response to “Aliens can’t exist because we haven’t found them yet” (via we-are-star-stuff)

(Source: unusual-entities)

2ndsouth:

details from mori shoot
photo: tessu / edit: dalfe

2ndsouth:

details from mori shoot

photo: tessu / edit: dalfe

bikiniarmorbattledamage:

yanavaseva:

mechanicusdeus:

purebaldfury:

faidame:

wat rings u got bitch?

Thus the myth of the knight lumbering around like Frankenstein is busted

This myth bugs me to no end, so let me clear it up here and now:
A made-to-measure suit of full plate armour is (and ergo was) less cumbersome to wear than, say, an ill-fitting all-weather coat. It was expensive as heck, but the movement it afforded was surprisingly non-restrictive. Also remember that the men who wore these suits were usually quite physically fit (medieval knights - who were among the few who could afford the armour - were trained to fight from around 6 years-old), and were accustomed to training while wearing them.
Plate armour was moderately heavy, granted, but the weight was optimally distributed over the body, meaning the mostly costly aspect of wearing it was increased fatigue. It’s not heavy in the same way a hiking backpack is heavy. Any accounts of a knight being unable to rise after being knocked down were most likely because he was injured, dehydrated, or just plain exhausted - all of which being common in battle anyway. Regardless, it’s unlikely that it’s because his armour prevented him from moving… and the fallacy of knights requiring cranes to get onto their horses is just stupid.
The idea that full plate was sooo impractical is ludicrous; if it were, people wouldn’t have bothered with it.

"But plate armor is increadibly heavyyyy! Only giant musclemen can even move in iiiit! It’s completely useless against agile unarmored foooooes! Women can’t even put it oooon, its sole weight will nail them in one placeeee!"

If it’s not “the distraction factor" that people use to try to justify ridiculous female armor, it’s "agility".
We’ve featured another video that dispelled many myths about field plate armor, but the performers weren’t as agile as the noble knight above.
Partially this myth survives I think because like Dungeons and Dragons always insist on selling up the idea that heavier armors come with heavier agility penalties.  And to a certain extent, there are certain activities I wouldn’t expect to be able to do while wearing plate armor.
Rock climbing without tools or ropes
High diving and synchronized swimming
Aerial gymnastics 
Dancing en pointe
Okay I don’t do any of those things but you get the point.
Practical armor is made to allow at least a fair amount of agility for it’s wearer for a simple reason: The best defense is not to be in the way of the attack, that way you don’t suffer any of the impact.
Or to put it a simpler way:  Lots of safety gear is uncomfortable and encumbering, but was the last time you heard someone propose that workers should just go without - that way if there’s an accident they’ll be able to get out of the way quicker?
- wincenworks

bikiniarmorbattledamage:

yanavaseva:

mechanicusdeus:

purebaldfury:

faidame:

wat rings u got bitch?

Thus the myth of the knight lumbering around like Frankenstein is busted

This myth bugs me to no end, so let me clear it up here and now:

A made-to-measure suit of full plate armour is (and ergo was) less cumbersome to wear than, say, an ill-fitting all-weather coat. It was expensive as heck, but the movement it afforded was surprisingly non-restrictive. Also remember that the men who wore these suits were usually quite physically fit (medieval knights - who were among the few who could afford the armour - were trained to fight from around 6 years-old), and were accustomed to training while wearing them.

Plate armour was moderately heavy, granted, but the weight was optimally distributed over the body, meaning the mostly costly aspect of wearing it was increased fatigue. It’s not heavy in the same way a hiking backpack is heavy. Any accounts of a knight being unable to rise after being knocked down were most likely because he was injured, dehydrated, or just plain exhausted - all of which being common in battle anyway. Regardless, it’s unlikely that it’s because his armour prevented him from moving… and the fallacy of knights requiring cranes to get onto their horses is just stupid.

The idea that full plate was sooo impractical is ludicrous; if it were, people wouldn’t have bothered with it.

"But plate armor is increadibly heavyyyy! Only giant musclemen can even move in iiiit! It’s completely useless against agile unarmored foooooes! Women can’t even put it oooon, its sole weight will nail them in one placeeee!"

If it’s not “the distraction factor" that people use to try to justify ridiculous female armor, it’s "agility".

We’ve featured another video that dispelled many myths about field plate armor, but the performers weren’t as agile as the noble knight above.

Partially this myth survives I think because like Dungeons and Dragons always insist on selling up the idea that heavier armors come with heavier agility penalties.  And to a certain extent, there are certain activities I wouldn’t expect to be able to do while wearing plate armor.

  • Rock climbing without tools or ropes
  • High diving and synchronized swimming
  • Aerial gymnastics 
  • Dancing en pointe

Okay I don’t do any of those things but you get the point.

Practical armor is made to allow at least a fair amount of agility for it’s wearer for a simple reason: The best defense is not to be in the way of the attack, that way you don’t suffer any of the impact.

Or to put it a simpler way:  Lots of safety gear is uncomfortable and encumbering, but was the last time you heard someone propose that workers should just go without - that way if there’s an accident they’ll be able to get out of the way quicker?

- wincenworks