Posted 1 day ago

herzspalter:

30 % of Perceptor’s wisdom and knowledge is a healthy imagination.

Everybody has made fun of this already and just like that one thing with Bumblebee I made once, it’s funny enough in the show, there isn’t really anything I could add. I still tried to, but seriously, you all need to watch G1, it’s a treasure.

Screenshots from the G1 Transformers episode “Microbots”.

Posted 5 days ago
Posted 1 week ago

qalvatron:

qalvatron:

*cyclonus voice* why is there a plasma cannon in the silverware drawer

*galvatron voice* u mean why is there silverware in the plasma cannon drawer

Posted 1 week ago
  1. Monk: Can't we just torture it's soul?
  2. DM: Lawful Good.
Posted 2 weeks ago

madmud2730:

gokuma:

stupidbitchontumblar:

"I’m sorry Prime, but you’re going to die."

"Multiple times"

"The good news is that it isn’t terminal. Just annoying."

Posted 2 weeks ago
Roll diplomacy so that it isn’t an awkward hug.
To the Rogue (via outofcontextdnd)
Posted 1 month ago
wellmanicuredman:

did-you-kno:

Source

let the record show that the first humans capable of imagination immediately invented furries

wellmanicuredman:

did-you-kno:

Source

let the record show that the first humans capable of imagination immediately invented furries

Posted 1 month ago
A wall is a door too. It just doesn’t know it’s a door yet.
The fighter of the party, before punching down his third wall that session. (via outofcontextdnd)
Posted 1 month ago

Reminders to myself (and any other artsy people who follow me i guess)

psychologicalmumbojumbo:

stardustmote:

-You don’t get better at drawing by avoiding drawing until you are better at drawing.

- You don’t have to make a new masterpiece every day it’s okay if all you drew is a doodle of a bug. You are now +1 bug doodle better at doodling bugs. 

- Also it’s okay if the thing you drew didn’t turn out very good. Everything you draw makes you one step closer to being able to draw good. You are still +1 step better at drawing whatever you drew no take backsies.

- You are the only person who knows if your art didn’t turn out as good as you wanted it to. You are the only person who can see the things in your art that weren’t what you imagined in your head. No one else will know unless you tell them.

- Comparing yourself to other artists just isn’t fair. You get to see all of your art, the best stuff and the worst stuff. You usually only get to see the best stuff other artists make. You don’t get to see that half drawn badly propotioned face they drew at 2 am and immediately scrapped. So don’t compare your badly drawn 2 am face to their best work.

- Just keep making art. The only way you can really fail is if you give up. 

All this applies to writing and other arts too :)

Posted 1 month ago

asoftertransformers:

shine bright like a lightbulb of a bad idea (#721)