I like amphibians, drawing, and games.

fostby:

killyouranxiety:

"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together."

-Vincent Van Gogh

Tiny babs

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#birbs #cuties #tiny reptile babs
hawfstuff:

I don’t normally do a lot of halloween things for TF2 but this was fun

hawfstuff:

I don’t normally do a lot of halloween things for TF2 but this was fun

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#I WANT #Pyro #tf2 #team fortress 2
not-quite-normal:

So I saw a really awful movie last night and felt compelled to draw cute turtles

not-quite-normal:

So I saw a really awful movie last night and felt compelled to draw cute turtles

#TMNT 2012 #stop being cute #Cold blooded cuties
Tiny Dangerous’s Object Head Tutorial (With pictures!)

tinydangerous:

Hello all! I’ve gotten quite a few people asking how I went about putting together my head for a recent costume I did at Anime Iowa 2014, so I figured I’d make a tutorial for it! More under the cut!

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Alrightey, so you’re looking to make yourself a sweet head of some sort to wear around? You’ve come to the right place! I’ll break it down step by step:

Step 1: Chose your monitor!

Begin by selecting what exactly you’re going to use for a head. If it can be hollowed out safely, it can work. I personally used a CRT computer monitor. These can be found online, at a local computer shop, or at your nearest solid waste recycling agency. My group in particular was able to purchase only the plastic shells of the CRT monitors (meaning there were NO ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS OR GLASS inside) for roughly $10 per monitor. I bypassed the “gutting” of the monitor to save myself the trouble of dealing with potentially dangerous electronic components (There is a risk of shock when gutting a CRT; consider purchasing a shell only!) Below are two of the monitors we purchased:

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Step 2: Cut your head hole!

So, now you need a way to get your head inside the monitor? Easy peasy! Start by measuring the circumference of your head and adding a few inches so that your ears/nose won’t get caught each time you remove/put on your monitor. Draw a circle of the required size on the bottom of your monitor to map out where you’ll be cutting:

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Before cutting, be sure you remove the front panel where the screen would sit from the monitor. It should be attached with a few easy to remove screws.

Begin by drilling a large hole in the center of your drawn outline (As seen above), and use whatever tool you’re most comfortable with to begin cutting out the outlined circle. We used a jigsaw. If you also use a jigsaw, I recommend cutting triangular shapes out to avoid breaking your blade, or accidentally snapping the plastic of the monitor:

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Cut lots of triangular shapes and carefully cut around your outline until you’re finally finished cutting it all out! 

Side Note: Be sure to use something to cover the sharp plastic around your entry hole; IT WILL CUT YOU. My group glued in thin tubing to line the hole and prevent injury.

Step 3: Get a hardhat!

Now you can get in and out of the monitor.. Hurray! But how do you keep the monitor on? Simple: Insert a ratchet-suspended hardhat into the monitor using epoxy! Let me break it down: Go to your local Home Depot, Lowes, or whatever is closest to you and grab one of these:

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Just your average hardhat with a nice little dial on the back end! That dial allows you to fit the hardhat nice and snug to your head, preventing the monitor from moving around on your head while you wear it. The hardhat should have two pieces to it: The hat itself, and the “suspension” or inside webbing piece that allows there to be space between the hardhat and your head. ALWAYS REMOVE THIS WEBBING WHEN MAKING ANY MODIFICATIONS TO THE HARDHAT. It should clip in and out with a little effort. 

Step 4: Epoxy that hardhat into your monitor!

First things first, you may notice a little issue.. The hardhat is round, while the inside of your monitor is flat! Let’s fix that.

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Decide where your hardhat needs to be adjusted to fit snugly against the monitor, and cut off the extra! My hardhat had an extra “bump” to the top of it, so I leveled it off and used an epoxy glue to set it inside the monitor where I chose. If you are having an issue with the hardhat being “too tall”, leveling off a bit of it should solve this problem. Level off bits until you are satisfied with the fit. BE SURE NOT TO CUT THE SECTIONS THAT THE SUSPENSION WEBBING SITS INSIDE. You’ll need them to clip your webbing back inside!

I also chose to remove the bill from my hardhat to improve my range of vision, and I spray painted my hardhat black so it would blend better against the glass I inserted into the monitor in a later step. At this point (after your epoxy glue dries), you should have something like this:

image Woohoo, it’s like a huge hat! Great work! Now, things are going to get fun..

Step 5: Let’s customize!

Oh man, it’s time to paint! Head out to your local hardware store or craft store and select the spray paint of your choice. Be sure it will work on plastic surfaces! I used a yellow spray paint, and added details with acrylic paint once the yellow base was dry. DO NOT APPLY YOUR SPRAY PAINT IN ONE THICK COAT, it will run and look icky! Try several thin coats until you have the coverage you want! (Look up a spray painting tutorial, too!)

Also, be sure to cover all the holes on the inside of your monitor with masking tape, unless you want the inside of your monitor to have an odd polkadot look and stink like spray paint forever. You can see the green tape I used in the photo below:

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Step 6: Let’s put in that screen!

Here comes the hardest part.. Inserting the screen. But you can do it! You’ll need a sheet of Plexiglas, but first you need to know how big of a sheet. Measure the inside of where the screen will go EXACTLY, and head out to your local hardware store to get your glass in the right size. While you’re there, pick up a window tinting kit and Privacy window film of your choice. This is the kit I used:

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Any Privacy film should be fine, just be sure it’s tinted darkly! Follow the directions on the film you use, and tint your plexiglass!

Step 7: Inserting your tinted “screen”!

At this point, you should have a tinted piece of plexiglass. Using some super glue, glue around the inside of where the screen will sit and carefully lower the screen into place. Be careful not to use too much glue, or it will ooze onto the front of your screen! Set heavy objects on the screen to weigh it down onto the plastic section while it dries. 

Finally.. You’re done!! Here’s what your finished product should look something like:

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You did it!! Now put your sweet new head on with a cute outfit, and show off your hard work!

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#TV head #tutorial #object head #cosplay

strawberrytartare:

jackryanz:

sum up the plot of bioshock in one sentence

Being polite is the #1 key to getting people to do what you want

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#bioshock

modmad:

still working and I don’t normally do requests but this was too cute an idea not to so left-handed speed-hug just for you anon I hope you feel special xxx

#ace attorney
kaijuborn:

Updated for 2014!
Movies:
Nightmare before ChristmasCorpse brideThe Addams familyThe Addams family valueSweeny ToddScooby DooScooby Doo 2Monsters Inc.Monsters UniversityBeetlejuiceGhostbustersGhostbusters IIParaNormanFrankenweenieSleepy HollowIt’s the great pumpkin, Charlie BrownDark ShadowsCasperUnder wrapsDon’t look under the bedMad monster partyThe worst witchHalloweentownHalloweentown IIYoung FrankensteinClueGremlinsPractical magicThe Rocky Horror Picture ShowHaunted mansionLittle vampireLittle NickyCoralineHotel TransylvaniaHocus Pocus
Shows and Halloween specials:
Ruby GloomPhineas and Ferb 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 Simpsons 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25Lilo and StitchAmerican Dragon: Jake LongKim PossibleDanny PhantomThat’s so RavenUnfabulousLizzie McGuireThe Proud FamilyHey Arnold!Ned’s declassifiedZoey 101
Recipes:
Iced pumpkin cookiesMini pumpkin swirl cheesecakesPerfect pumpkin pieNo bake spiderweb cheesecakeOrange and black cupcakesSpiderweb tutorial for cupcakes, cookies and browniesButterbeerButterbeer cupcakesCauldron cakesChocolate fudge cake with ghost maringuesFrankenstein marshmallow popsNo bake pumpkin spice cookie ballsCaramel apple cinnamon rollsThe ultimate Halloween spooktacular roundupPumpkin mousseOrange pumpkin pancakesHalloween candy buffetDIY Halloween candyCandy applesHomemade cotton candy25 sweet and salty Halloween snacks15 easy Halloween dessert recipesCandy corn fruit cupsMonster doll cookiesSpooky sweets for HalloweenHalloween cuisineJello wormsPumpkin chocolate chip barsChocolate spidersBrain cupcakesSpiderweb cupcakesPumpkin and ginger cheesecakeHoney pumpkin pieButternut pumpkin piesBloody floatsScaredy crackersHalloween candy made easyPopcorn balls64 non candy snack ideasOoey gooey monster eye cookiesSpooky Halloween spiritsGhoulishly Glowing cupcakesFrightful fruit kebabsPoison toffee apples
Playlists:
RocktoberDevil’s swingCome little childrenUp after midnightDid you hear that?ManhuntBilly where are you, Billy? Is that you?EVERYBODY SCREAM!The chillsCreepy songsSpooky tunesDouble, double, toil & trubbleDance around the fireIndie horrorNoctuaryCarnival cabaretIt’s too quietHalloween fanmix vol. 1Halloween fanmix vol. 2WitchesLight the torchesThrillerConversations with ghostsBad moon rising
Decorations & costumes:
DIY pumpkin candlesIndoors Halloween decoration30 DIY decorations for HalloweenCanning jar lid pumpkinDecorating with autumn leavesCheap Halloween decorationsBest Halloween decorationsHalloween crafts for kidsQuick and inexpensive Halloween decorationsLast minute skeleton costumesLast minute Wednesday Addams costumeSilent film stars costumesUmbrella bat costumeQuick costumes for kids60 fall decorating ideasFancy napkin decor11 enchanting Halloween decorating ideasNo carve pumpkin decoratingHaunting homemade Halloween decorationsDIY Halloween decorationsHomemade Halloween decorationsHow to make styrofoam tombstones40 easy to make Halloween decorsOrigami batsSpooky jars80s makeup tutorialEasy DIY Halloween costume ideasSparkly mermaid makeup tutorialLioness makeup tutorialCorpse paint tutorialCartoon lips1920s flapper lookEasy Halloween craftsSpider Queen makeup tutorialSally (Nightmare before Christmas) makeup tutorialSkull makeup tutorial

kaijuborn:

Updated for 2014!

Movies:

Nightmare before Christmas
Corpse bride
The Addams family
The Addams family value
Sweeny Todd
Scooby Doo
Scooby Doo 2
Monsters Inc.
Monsters University
Beetlejuice
Ghostbusters
Ghostbusters II
ParaNorman
Frankenweenie
Sleepy Hollow
It’s the great pumpkin, Charlie Brown
Dark Shadows
Casper
Under wraps
Don’t look under the bed
Mad monster party
The worst witch
Halloweentown
Halloweentown II
Young Frankenstein
Clue
Gremlins
Practical magic
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Haunted mansion
Little vampire
Little Nicky
Coraline
Hotel Transylvania
Hocus Pocus

Shows and Halloween specials:

Ruby Gloom
Phineas and Ferb 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 
Simpsons 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25
Lilo and Stitch
American Dragon: Jake Long
Kim Possible
Danny Phantom
That’s so Raven
Unfabulous
Lizzie McGuire
The Proud Family
Hey Arnold!
Ned’s declassified
Zoey 101

Recipes:

Iced pumpkin cookies
Mini pumpkin swirl cheesecakes
Perfect pumpkin pie
No bake spiderweb cheesecake
Orange and black cupcakes
Spiderweb tutorial for cupcakes, cookies and brownies
Butterbeer
Butterbeer cupcakes
Cauldron cakes
Chocolate fudge cake with ghost maringues
Frankenstein marshmallow pops
No bake pumpkin spice cookie balls
Caramel apple cinnamon rolls
The ultimate Halloween spooktacular roundup
Pumpkin mousse
Orange pumpkin pancakes
Halloween candy buffet
DIY Halloween candy
Candy apples
Homemade cotton candy
25 sweet and salty Halloween snacks
15 easy Halloween dessert recipes
Candy corn fruit cups
Monster doll cookies
Spooky sweets for Halloween
Halloween cuisine
Jello worms
Pumpkin chocolate chip bars
Chocolate spiders
Brain cupcakes
Spiderweb cupcakes
Pumpkin and ginger cheesecake
Honey pumpkin pie
Butternut pumpkin pies
Bloody floats
Scaredy crackers
Halloween candy made easy
Popcorn balls
64 non candy snack ideas
Ooey gooey monster eye cookies
Spooky Halloween spirits
Ghoulishly Glowing cupcakes
Frightful fruit kebabs
Poison toffee apples

Playlists:

Rocktober
Devil’s swing
Come little children
Up after midnight
Did you hear that?
Manhunt
Billy where are you, Billy? Is that you?
EVERYBODY SCREAM!
The chills
Creepy songs
Spooky tunes
Double, double, toil & trubble
Dance around the fire
Indie horror
Noctuary
Carnival cabaret
It’s too quiet
Halloween fanmix vol. 1
Halloween fanmix vol. 2
Witches
Light the torches
Thriller
Conversations with ghosts
Bad moon rising

Decorations & costumes:

DIY pumpkin candles
Indoors Halloween decoration
30 DIY decorations for Halloween
Canning jar lid pumpkin
Decorating with autumn leaves
Cheap Halloween decorations
Best Halloween decorations
Halloween crafts for kids
Quick and inexpensive Halloween decorations
Last minute skeleton costumes
Last minute Wednesday Addams costume
Silent film stars costumes
Umbrella bat costume
Quick costumes for kids
60 fall decorating ideas
Fancy napkin decor
11 enchanting Halloween decorating ideas
No carve pumpkin decorating
Haunting homemade Halloween decorations
DIY Halloween decorations
Homemade Halloween decorations
How to make styrofoam tombstones
40 easy to make Halloween decors
Origami bats
Spooky jars
80s makeup tutorial
Easy DIY Halloween costume ideas
Sparkly mermaid makeup tutorial
Lioness makeup tutorial
Corpse paint tutorial
Cartoon lips
1920s flapper look
Easy Halloween crafts
Spider Queen makeup tutorial
Sally (Nightmare before Christmas) makeup tutorial
Skull makeup tutorial

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#2SPOOPY #SOONTEMBER

zulayawolf:

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I present to you, in chronological order, every justice pun that apollo justice makes in apollo justice: ace attorney

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#the bae #Apollo Justice #Cutie butt #Ace attorney

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askthewrightfamily:

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GAVIN.

#Incredible #Ace attorney
petitedeath:

roguemumei:

Here’s the Senketsu dress I sewed and wore at Otakon! :D This was taken on the fly since I almost forgot to get a picture of it at all. I completely forgot to take one of my outfit from Thursday, oops!

this is really fucking cute. i dont normally dig cosplay loltia but wow

petitedeath:

roguemumei:

Here’s the Senketsu dress I sewed and wore at Otakon! :D This was taken on the fly since I almost forgot to get a picture of it at all. I completely forgot to take one of my outfit from Thursday, oops!

this is really fucking cute. i dont normally dig cosplay loltia but wow

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#I HAVE A MIGHTY NEED #KILL LA KILL #KLK #DRESS PORN
#i'M IN HYSTERICS #oh my fucking god #AAAAAAAAAA

americanninjax:

floozys:

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inspired by x

I have no idea what I was expecting from that picture but it wasn’t this. And it’s glorious

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