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    September 30, 2014

    Purgatory saints close-ups!  This one’s a long time coming but I’m way digging on the colours I’m getting outta my inks (which are way more rad than but can be worked similar to watercolor, holy cows).

     
    artinkpainting
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    reblogged: loungingfoxeh

     

    September 27, 2014

    Hold up, hold up — There are instructions with these things, SCOPE IT.  We got them to work, our sweet brethren.  And those bloody blinking led lights stayed on for half a month.

    (Source: tastefullyoffensive)

     
    LOVE THESE BALLOONSORDER THOUSANDSthey rockalienshehehehe
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    reblogged: deenen

     

    September 25, 2014

    deenen:

    New Leaf-style bats masterpost~!  I thought I’d put together my bats from last year in one big post for easier reference.  I definitely want to draw more of these awesome little guys for the upcoming holidays!  I keep getting new ideas from the designs and concepts I see floating around, h`oh man.

     
    share em on this end tooMY BATSCOOL RIGHT?BETTER THAN EVER
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    reblogged: naomiriam

     

    September 19, 2014

    naomiriam:

    狄龍在歐洲!   Ti Lung holidaying in Europe!

     
    狄龍THIS IS THE CUTEST THING EVER
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    reblogged: kem-ist

     

    September 16, 2014

    sixpenceee:

    THE BOY AND HIS ATOM

    What you see above is the world’s smallest movie. The following movie is made out of atoms. IBM researchers used a scanning tunneling microscope to move thousands of carbon monoxide molecules (two atoms stacked on top of each other). This movie can only be seen when magnified by 100 million times. 

    VIDEO

     
    i've reblogged this beforeand i'm doing it againLOVE YOU SOME IBMDANG
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    September 14, 2014

    We were in Panera bread and I burped so bloody loud and couldn’t stop laughing.  God, there were old people everywhere, the acoustics were sublime.

     
    MY BROTHER WAS SO MADI LOVEDEVERYTHING
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    September 12, 2014

    What bothers me the most is the decline of action stuntmen in Hong Kong. Due to the common accessibility of CGI in recent years no one does real action or real stunts like we used to film back in the Eighties. It’s kind of unwise, in my opinion, as you can never outgun Hollywood in terms of CGI technology but real action and stunts were always our forte, our winning streak. The action scenes in Full Alert are all real, and we shot them secretly without a shooting permit, right in the street. After my filming hiatus, I was reunited with my fellow stuntmen who all showed up with gray hair—many disappeared and are unreachable now. There are absolutely no newcomers. The new kids in the field play a different game now, they all rely on CG very heavily, and you’ve gotta admit that CGI is way different from an authentic action stunt. In Hong Kong film’s heyday, we made a brand name for our authentic, cutting edge action sequences — we were selling the sense of realism and the feeling of genuine danger, not computer graphics.
    —  film director, Ringo Lam (2014)
     
  8. September 11, 2014

    explaining how he almost ruined his life for the 1000th time

    (Source: ohparkjimin)

     
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    reblogged: jaundicejones

     

    September 11, 2014

    jaundicejones:

    You know that strange noise you hear every night? Kind of like a loud metal rumble coming from underground?

    My contest entry for the Threadless 20k Design Challenge was approved for scoring! Do me a solid and give me 5/5! And don’t forget to reblog!

    Thanks in advance!!!

     
    YEYEAH
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    September 8, 2014

    sleepersanonymous:

    I thought these might be fun to post, since I already posted him yesterday. These are all Norman developmental sketches. His design had already been pretty worked out, but I was forced to do these for an assignment anyway. 

     
    SUBLIMEproper conceptsPROPERgreat