I love this….
Here’s the thing- she’s commenting on how blacks get stopped and profiled more, but at the same time she’s calling out wall street for their very real financial crimes. This is just win-win all around.
In fact, Jesus is a yakuza leader's son
A homage to comic conventions, and a tribute to those brave attendees who cosplay in skimpy outfits!
THIS WAS FUCKING DRAWN!?
Oh my god. the cardboard. The escaping hair. This picture is flawed and fucking FLAWLESS because of it.
I don’t always reblog art. But when I do, its a homage to cosplayers, sexy cosplay girlies included. <3
So much love for this illustration.
This is what it means to age gracefully…
God save the queen
God, why are they so cute.
Someone on DoctorWhoCrafts asked if there was a tutorial on Who snowflakes - so I made one.
I hope it is in any way helpful!
1. You’ll need some quadratic piece of paper; fold it three times until it looks like the second picture.
2. Take care when you’re folding that the edges are as much in one line as possible, otherwise you will have irregular sides (I have one where the Doctor’s head is slimmed down to a tiny thing because I wasn’t careful).
3. Draw whatever motif you want to have onto your paper. Everything that is on the edges will be mirrored - so here’s half a TARDIS and half a Dalek and a bit of random stuff at the bottom. When you open it up, it will be four complete Daleks and TARDISes. I made strong lines so they are visible, but it looks nicer if they are light (since erasing is a dangerous thing). A TARDIS is relatively easy to do, since it is nicely rectangular.
4. I made some hopefully Gallifreyan-looking connections between Dalek and TARDIS so the finished flake will not only consist of eight piers that get torn easily - they give it stability, so it’s a good thing to have some. These easy parts are cut with a pair of normal kitchen scissors.
5. This it what it looks like opened so far. But seriously, don’t do this, folding it back together can mess up your edges.
6. All the parts I can’t cut out with the scissors I use a precision knife or scalpel. Nail scissors work as well, but you have to wedge it through all your layers, and it’s hard to do small details, so I prefer the precision knife. Obviously, small parts and round ones are harder to do, and edges are sometimes rebellious.
7. Here we go! The finished flake!
8. With a little experience you can do all sorts of things - the one on the left was my very first one; and the far right one is my most complicated one to date (and I messed it up in several places, but it’s still pretty).
9. Once again, my tools: paper, pencil and eraser, scissors and precision knife.
This is important. Stop big cat hunting. This literally is making me cry.
The way the lion tries to shut out the light…
:Why would you shoot it?
YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO WHAT THE FUCK