caseylalonde:

ponderpretties:

The Deer God is a breathtaking 3d pixel art game that will challenge your religion and your platforming skills.”

You play as a stag, it has pretty music and everything is so so pretty.
This game is beautiful and you should pledge on its kickstarter- it has only a month remaining!

Correction - 7 Days. 5k from goal.

plays

slightlysteve:

HOLY MOTHER OF JEEZ LOUISE ON A FLIPPIN STICK

kawaiipeculier:

twitch plays pokrmon pacific rim au where 45,000+ people pilot a single jaeger

(Source: princessskittybot)

sucysucyfivedolla:

what is even the point if usagi doesn’t make weird faces

(Source: sucy-memebabaran)

guys-srsly-wth-is-goin-on:

So i wondered if i could animate a homestuck sprite in emofuri. Man look at that hair, it’s so motherfucking fluffy.

ikimaru:

got this done at last i’msrghs just take i t

here’s some headcanonss

all mers are more or less magic and can have special abilities of different kinds, also if they really want to go on land and live as humans for whatever reason they can learn to morph their tails into legs for a short while, but if they spend too much time as humans that’s not reversible anymore uvu

there are some humanoid fish people living in the sea, they’re a bit smaller than mers and Vriska likes to hunt them at times because she’s a lil shit

and then they have some sort of attack/defense mode (or also if they go into really deep sea) where they are a bit more monster-like and the markings on their bodies become glowy 8’)

the last pic is Sollux btw and the first one is Terezi and Karkat

(everyone not in the set is more mers or humans, I didn’t have anymore space nor patience)

also what if Gamzee

the-wright-flyer:

The mirror: Doc Martin’s watercolor inks! Love how vibrant these guys are.

the-wright-flyer:

The mirror: Doc Martin’s watercolor inks! Love how vibrant these guys are.

"Turns out, I’m a cat person."

(Source: theanimatedwonders)

nosdrinker:

mediamattersforamerica:

This is hilarious. From HuffPo Media:

In “BioShock Infinite,” the player fights a racist society run by an ultra-religious lunatic who uses patriotic American imagery as a propaganda tool.
That detail didn’t escape the attention of gamers, either.
"The funny part here isn’t that Fox News copied it — which it totally did — it’s that it apparently copied it without recognizing what the logo represents: A violent video game about killing right-wing crazy people,” wrote Sam Barsanti on the A.V. Club website.
A number of users on Reddit offered similar thoughts. One Redditor found a Photoshop template that can be used to make logos based on BioShock Infinite.
Kevin Levine, creator of the BioShock series, weighed in on both Twitter and Facebook. When someone asked if it was a copyright issue, he tweeted, “It’s irony.”


the last half of this game is about how dangerous socialism is I’m sure Fox News knew exactly what they were doing

nosdrinker:

mediamattersforamerica:

This is hilarious. From HuffPo Media:

In “BioShock Infinite,” the player fights a racist society run by an ultra-religious lunatic who uses patriotic American imagery as a propaganda tool.

That detail didn’t escape the attention of gamers, either.

"The funny part here isn’t that Fox News copied it — which it totally did — it’s that it apparently copied it without recognizing what the logo represents: A violent video game about killing right-wing crazy people,” wrote Sam Barsanti on the A.V. Club website.

A number of users on Reddit offered similar thoughts. One Redditor found a Photoshop template that can be used to make logos based on BioShock Infinite.

Kevin Levine, creator of the BioShock series, weighed in on both Twitter and Facebook. When someone asked if it was a copyright issue, he tweeted, “It’s irony.”

the last half of this game is about how dangerous socialism is I’m sure Fox News knew exactly what they were doing

earthandanimals:


Nile Crocodile by Michael Poliza

earthandanimals:

Nile Crocodile by 

cronus-chan:

homestuck? more like stuck in hell!! hahahahahahah please save me

plays

roachpatrol:

daemoninwhite:

magpies might be crazy fuckers but damn if they don’t sing lovely

holy shit that’s magical

creatingpathstowander:

sweetmoonbeam17:

ultrastrongforgeorg:

DONT
FUCKING
WATCH
THIS
MOVIE
ONLINE
DONT.
Dreamworks needs that money. Dreaworks needs that money so fucking much. This movie isnt doing as well as it fucking should be and DONT WATCH IT ONLINE.
GO SEE IT IN THEATRES.
GO SEE IT AT MATINE PRICE IF YOURE POOR. YOU CAN SCROUNGE TOGETHER FIVE DOLLARS.
JUST
DONT
WATCH
THIS
ONLINE.
this is too important to dreamworks for you to pirate it!!!!!!
SUPPORT DREAMWORKS.

YEAH LITERALLY MORNING/AFTERNOON PRICES ARE $5 - $8 DOLLARS
SURELY YOU HAVE THAT

I completely understand that not everyone can afford to watch this in theaters even if it is $5 matinee price (I’ve certainly had my share of days when even $2 candies are outside my budget), but maybe you can get a friend or family member to pay for your ticket? Make it a group outing, a fun family or friend group memory? I’ve used this method before, and it’s not usually anywhere near as difficult as it sounds.
Also, here’s a list of reasons to watch this movie in theaters if you can afford to do so:
1) The animation quality has most definitely increased since the first movie, and it’s kind of amazing— you want to see those details in the best quality possible, and the theater will assure you get that. By which I mean that it’s well worth watching on the big screen, because it’s just that high quality.
2) By going to the theater, you’re able to keep tangible souvenirs of your viewing; by which I mean that you can take your ticket and frame it or put it in a scrapbook or something. If you’re as much of an HTTYD fan as I am, that’s probably something you’re gonna want to be able to do.
3) This movie will make you cry for both happy and not-happy reasons, and you tend to get asked less questions when you do this in a dark theater with a bunch of other, equally emotional fans than when you do this in your own home.
4) You’re gonna want to watch this movie two or more times after your initial viewing, anyway. There are so many details in this movie— just one of the many things we love about Dreamworks movies, right?— that it’s a pretty safe bet you’ll want to drink them all in a little more closely after your first one or two, slightly rushed watch-throughs. Just… make sure at least one of your viewings is in a theater, alright?
You can re-watch it online later if you want, but go to the theater at least once, if you can at all afford to do so. And don’t feel bad if you can’t. If it’s feasible, do it. If it’s not, then just urge your friends to do it in your place. Help Dreamworks to the best of your ability. 

creatingpathstowander:

sweetmoonbeam17:

ultrastrongforgeorg:

DONT

FUCKING

WATCH

THIS

MOVIE

ONLINE

DONT.

Dreamworks needs that money. Dreaworks needs that money so fucking much. This movie isnt doing as well as it fucking should be and DONT WATCH IT ONLINE.

GO SEE IT IN THEATRES.

GO SEE IT AT MATINE PRICE IF YOURE POOR. YOU CAN SCROUNGE TOGETHER FIVE DOLLARS.

JUST

DONT

WATCH

THIS

ONLINE.

this is too important to dreamworks for you to pirate it!!!!!!

SUPPORT DREAMWORKS.

YEAH LITERALLY MORNING/AFTERNOON PRICES ARE $5 - $8 DOLLARS

SURELY YOU HAVE THAT

I completely understand that not everyone can afford to watch this in theaters even if it is $5 matinee price (I’ve certainly had my share of days when even $2 candies are outside my budget), but maybe you can get a friend or family member to pay for your ticket? Make it a group outing, a fun family or friend group memory? I’ve used this method before, and it’s not usually anywhere near as difficult as it sounds.

Also, here’s a list of reasons to watch this movie in theaters if you can afford to do so:

1) The animation quality has most definitely increased since the first movie, and it’s kind of amazing— you want to see those details in the best quality possible, and the theater will assure you get that. By which I mean that it’s well worth watching on the big screen, because it’s just that high quality.

2) By going to the theater, you’re able to keep tangible souvenirs of your viewing; by which I mean that you can take your ticket and frame it or put it in a scrapbook or something. If you’re as much of an HTTYD fan as I am, that’s probably something you’re gonna want to be able to do.

3) This movie will make you cry for both happy and not-happy reasons, and you tend to get asked less questions when you do this in a dark theater with a bunch of other, equally emotional fans than when you do this in your own home.

4) You’re gonna want to watch this movie two or more times after your initial viewing, anyway. There are so many details in this movie— just one of the many things we love about Dreamworks movies, right?— that it’s a pretty safe bet you’ll want to drink them all in a little more closely after your first one or two, slightly rushed watch-throughs. Just… make sure at least one of your viewings is in a theater, alright?

You can re-watch it online later if you want, but go to the theater at least once, if you can at all afford to do so. And don’t feel bad if you can’t. If it’s feasible, do it. If it’s not, then just urge your friends to do it in your place. Help Dreamworks to the best of your ability. 

spacemon:

Psycho Gengar

spacemon:

Psycho Gengar