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aidosaur:

kashima & hori from gekkan shoujo nozaki-kun. brush and ink and photoshop.
This was supposed to be a little ink test before I started working on a comic page.  And then it kept on happening.  And now here we are.
Anyway please go watch Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-Kun.

aidosaur:

kashima & hori from gekkan shoujo nozaki-kun. brush and ink and photoshop.

This was supposed to be a little ink test before I started working on a comic page.  And then it kept on happening.  And now here we are.

Anyway please go watch Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-Kun.

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i remember i was watching the men’s rugby game for a quick moment with my friend, and she asked me if rugby shorts were really that short and i replied “yes”

and she was like “ok now i like the sport a lot more now”

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talesof4chan:

Anon has a burglar break intalesof4chan.tumblr.com

talesof4chan:

Anon has a burglar break in
talesof4chan.tumblr.com

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The key difference between Sherlock and Elementary comes down to the way each show treats its protagonist. Everything in Sherlock revolves around Sherlock. He is the series’ sole reason for existing, and the dynamic remains frozen in amber. Sherlock will do something outrageous, everyone will gasp, but then he’ll solve a crime or offer a token gesture of commiseration, and everyone will move on. It gets old, because the show simultaneously wants its audience to be shocked by Sherlock’s behavior, and charmed by his roguish self-regard and evident brilliance, without much variation. Elementary takes a broader view. As Sherlock, Miller is often standoffish and arrogant, but he exists in a world that refuses to let him off the hook for his mistakes or his behavior; better still, he recognizes his failings, and is clearly working toward addressing them. This doesn’t mean the series is about “fixing” Holmes, or even that the character is inherently broken, but it allows for the possibility of growth and change. On Sherlock, Holmes is constantly bemoaning that he’s surrounded by idiots, and it’s hard to argue his point. On Elementary, Holmes is engaged in the slow, painful process of accepting that those “idiots” might have something to teach him. The former has its moments, but the latter makes for better television and more rewarding art.

“It’s Elementary, Sherlock: How the CBS procedural surpassed the BBC drama”, Zack Handlen

welp

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madiniwa:

A series of drawings in (belated) celebration of the magic that was King Gavin parts I and II. All hail the new king motherfuckers. 

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kanapy:

Love You Like A Love Song ♪

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moonemojii:

YASS BETCH YASS!!!

tricorder-readings

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whisper-rain:

Mado Kureo
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whisper-rain:

Mado Kureo

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squiddylord:

It’s not Mewtwo

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you know when you just know you’re making a big mistake but you can’t stop until you realized it’s too late to turn back

that’s me right now