loodletooboodleroodlesoodle:

mangomartyr:

loodletooboodleroodlesoodle:

santullianal:

This honestly made me tear up. Imagining how great he must have felt that his planned worked and choosing that risk paid off.
I also feel like him and the model have such good chemistry, they’re always so kind and loving to one another.

Holy shit what did he do?? That’s rad as hell!

Since the runway was going to have simulated rain, he wanted to make the outfit become colorful because of it rather than deflect it. He sewed dye into the seams and once the rain hit it the dye ran! Very simple but super effective. He was one of the two winners of that challenge.

Absolutely brilliant. Holy shit.

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15
Sep

medievalpoc:

prokopetz:

cleopatrasweave:

i drew a bunch of elves of color!!

This post reminds me of something that happened a few years back.

I once served as art director for a project where the illustration spec called for characters of a variety of races (in the real-world sense, not the Dungeons & Dragons sense - though the latter was involved as well).

We had one particular artist, tasked with drawing a series of elves, who didn’t quite seem to get what that meant. Their output was basically “white elf”, “another white elf”, “white elf with a tan”, “white elf looking a bit pale”, “yet another white elf”, etc.

When this was pointed out, they were like “oh, yeah, now I get it - I’ll totally fix that with my next piece”.

They proceeded to turn in a picture of a blue elf.

In the end, we had to provide specific quotas for specific levels of racial representation in order to get the point across. It all worked out in the end, but it’s stuck with me ever since that this artist examined the original spec, looked at our feedback, and came to the conclusion a blue elf was more plausible than a black one.

In conclusion: this is awesome.

Read that last paragraph as many times as you need to.

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15
Sep
sparrowkeets:

I have never wanted anything more in my entire life

sparrowkeets:

I have never wanted anything more in my entire life

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15
Sep
jaimeuncledaddylannister:

here we are kids
it’s finally over

jaimeuncledaddylannister:

here we are kids

it’s finally over

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15
Sep

mehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh:

Female BAMFs Throughout History

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15
Sep
You’ll pry my Oxford comma from my cold, dead, and lifeless hands.

(Source: delgrosso)

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15
Sep

comicsalliance:

MY LITTLE PONY’S ‘EQUESTRIA GIRLS’ MUSIC VIDEO FEATURES HORSE-HUMAN HYBRID PLAYING BASS SOLO, PRESUMABLY TO BE ENTICING

By Chris Sims

If you’re a die-hard fan of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, then there’s a chance that you saw the first Equestria Girls movie that came out last year. If that’s the case, feel free to skip ahead. Everybody else, settle in, this is going to get weird real quick.

READ MORE

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15
Sep
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15
Sep
bijoux-et-mineraux:

Vanadinte on Barite - Coud’a, Mibladen, Khénifra, Meknès-Tafilalet, Morocco

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Vanadinte on Barite - Coud’a, Mibladen, Khénifra, Meknès-Tafilalet, Morocco

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15
Sep

coelasquid:

onmyhonoritry:

Halloween flamingos from Florida

I was going to buy some of these for my dad years ago, but I think they were sold out or something when I went back for them and I told him “Yeah, I wanted to get these for you but I can’t now” and he’s just like “That’s fine I already have four”

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15
Sep

coggirl:

burgerthief:

playsetsapp:

the-orator:

Some outfit art from the RP blog

the final outfit was picked out by Coldwindscutclean for a prompt u v u

Love the outfit layer breakdown!

Hey! coggirl! Layers!


Oooh! Layers! And tunics. It’s everything I need in life :D

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15
Sep

archiemcphee:

In 1888 actress Ellen Terry performed the role of Lady Macbeth at London’s Lyceum Theatre while wearing an awesome green gown bedecked with the 1,000 sloughed-off wings of the jewel beetle. It quickly became one of the most celebrated costumes of the Victorian era, immortalized in a portrait painted by John Singer Sargent.

126 years is a long time and over the years Dame Terry’s dress experienced all sorts of wear and tear and numerous alterations. But after 1,300 hours of painstaking work over and £50,000 ($81,000) in expenses, this magnificent costume has been restored to its original glory.

Work began on the gown two years ago after a successful fundraising campaign, but restoring the beetle wings wasn’t the most difficult task. “We had collected the beetle wings that had fallen off over the years,” says Paul Meredith, house manager at Smallhythe Place, where the dress now resides, “so that the conservator was able to reattach many of the originals, plus others that had been donated to us—1,000 in total.” The restoration team patched the 100 or so broken wings using small pieces of Japanese tissue and wheat starch paste.

Click here to read more about the restoration process.

Photos by Zenzie Tinker

[via Morbid Anatomy and Ecouterre]

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15
Sep
fashionsfromhistory:

Married Woman’s Ensemble
Early 20th Century
Salonika, Greece
Israel Museum

fashionsfromhistory:

Married Woman’s Ensemble

Early 20th Century

Salonika, Greece

Israel Museum

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15
Sep

yungterra:

"ramblings of a nerd" is the sister blog title to "welcome to my twisted mind"

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15
Sep
It’s hard to find hair like mine in doll maker avatar things so I have to improvise

It’s hard to find hair like mine in doll maker avatar things so I have to improvise

15
Sep