sirenlovesong:

ariannagrandeofficial:

big-chicken:

cat cat cat cat cat cat cat cat cat

this cat lives in a show horse barn which is why it walks and runs that way

THIS CAT THINKS ITS A HORSE

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'I am beginning to measure myself in strength, not pounds. Sometimes in smiles

Wintergirls (A quote I will never forget)

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sonic-screwdildo:

do other girls actually go to bed with their bras on or is that just in movies because i would never wear a bra to bed its like going to bed with tape on your mouth

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derpygamergirl:

Everyone talks about Supernatural, but I think we’re forgetting the original way to get rid of demons:

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zebablah:

refined-grace:

"Elmo is with his good friend, Lupita. They are talking about all the great things about their skin. For example, Elmo’s skin just happens to be very ticklish. Lupita’s skin happens to be a beautiful brown color. Skin can come in all different shades and colors. Isn’t skin just the best? However, ticklish or smooth or black or brown or white or tan, be sure to love the skin you are in." 

I love this. I LOVE THIS. I love this. Children need to see this. Adults need to see this.

damn her skin is everything her arms as toned as fuq i am so stressed

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kittygoesnomnom:

what’s really amazing to me is that people are so afraid of body hair on women that even in a shaving commercial they won’t show a hairy leg. they demonstrate the razor by shaving a hairless leg. they show their product being completely useless instead of showing leg hair. it’s just crazy

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cockroachcomics:

darkeshi:

cockroachcomics:

The real reason why Asians are so good at martial arts.

i understand that with vegetables, but fruits? really?

image

What’s wrong with vegetables

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mischievous-telepath:

creativekarateka:

karkatlicious:

avidoatlion:

lifemocker:

thejordanator:

An expertly done three point turn

Weren’t expecting that house

#I have never seen someone nope that hard before

#our house #in the middle of the street

Oh my fuck THOSE TAGS

I LOVE HOW THE CAR FUCKING TURNS

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nearly-headless-horseman:

itslikeoneofmyjapaneseanimes:

can-ti:

wtf is this thing?
it doesn’t even have joysticks..
do you even rumble??!?
pathetic

looks like we got ourselves a youngsterimage

*old man voice* in my day, you had to shake the controller yourself

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giannibugnosagace:

crystal-kid:

jerryspringr:

camel haircut art

woowww cool

B.

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volcainist:

lolzforshits:

*gets stuck on a mission in a game* *doesn’t play for another 4234 years*

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electricalice:

noelarthurian:

electricalice:

while this is mostly about facts, there are a lot of opinions in this tutorial (namely my distrust on several brands marketing strategies, and my opinion that’s better to start with cheap student quality stuff. LOTS of people disagree on that point) as well that you should take as what they are: personal opinions.

here is slightly more readable than on tumblr

this is the result of several years of research on creating a cheap but high quality palette that would help me.

other things to be aware of: pigments are generally more resistant in oil and acrylics than they are in watercolor. but there are a couple of pigments that work well in watercolor but really badly in oil.

resources
pigments through the ages
a comprehensive guide to watercolor pigments and a lot of tests on popular brands
about van gogh’s bedroom
Blue and Yellow don’t make green by Michael Wilcox

Very good infographic!

I would like to add the Daniel Smith brand to that tiny chart in the third image. They can be a little hard to find save ordering them from Daniel Smith, but they have a lot of really unusual and unique pigments in their artist quality watercolor collection, including interference paints and other cool shit. These are what I use, save a few W&N Cotman colors I haven’t replaced yet.

Ok, my thoughts on Daniel Smith are a bit mixed. It is an extraordinary brand with really good colors (I tried watercolors, really dense and bright) but they have the tendency of calling colors with super-misleading names with a marketing strategy that romanticizes instead of informing. That means you have to be even more careful with what is actually inside the color. Names such as Natural Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Genuine or moonglow or other names that are misleading and not actually containing what they suggest. And still, they do sell pr83 alizarin crimson that’s one of the most unreliable pigments ever (in the chart there’s the permanent alizarin crimson as well, that’s a mixture of various other pigments. Safer to buy)

The point is still the same: check before you buy.

And it’s annoying because I’d like to suggest a brand that’s better than anyone else but they are all like this. Even if they have an overall good color chart they always have at least one or two colors that are definitely not reliable. 

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shibafro:

frenchfrycoolguy:

shit i forgot to outline the egg

its transparent so drag egg to see whole egg

Lovely egg

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