*devil appears on your shoulder* hey man….why even bother with lineart….just clean up the sketch….no one has to know…..
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood | All Eyecatches (Episodes 1-64)
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from reading fanfiction, it’s that clear communication will save you at least three chapters of angst.
how is this game even real (part 1)
no, but Dori in the battle of Azanulbizar! *-*
From another stream, moar Cat!Hiccup and Wolf!Jack
Watch the video here: http://www.twitch.tv/funsizedcake/b/507426862
I looked at him, and I saw myself. [x]
have you ever read a fic and your favorite character said something SO OOC THAT U LITERALLY HAD TO PAUSE AND TAKE A MOMENT
im goi ng to die from laughter
I CAN’T EVEN IS THIS A THING
i remember this struggle like it was yesterday
these kids now a days don’t understand
And then and then and THEN you gotta understand that these motherfuckers were designed to be played sitting on a level surface, and if you even thought about getting too energetic, you’d get nothing but a scratching sound, a couple seconds of silence, and the sinking feeling in your stomach that somehow you’d fucked up.
I remember the first time they introduced the “anti-skip” function, which just meant that the Discman had a tiny tiny cache and would read ahead 5 seconds, so if it skipped, it had time to recover and play uninterrupted… unless of course you jumped around for more than 5 seconds…
In 1999 I had an mp3 player that held. Wait for it…
And yet it was so deeply superior to a discman that I was willing to pay $200 for it.
Having to carry discs with you everywhere, whole albums taking up space in your bag, just in case you wanted to listen to more than one artist per day.
The delicate art of switching out the CD you just finished for a new one while on the go. And trying to only bring albums you liked listening all the way through.
And then the ability to make mix CDs came along and it was the most life-changing moment in your life.
OMG being able to make mixed CDs was life changing.
i care more about the speed of my internet than the direction of my life