tastefullyoffensive:

If It Fits, I Sits [via]

Previously: Cats Stuck in Things

thatjellybean:

ryuzaki21121:

lolzpicx:

The weirdest vintage Halloween costumes

They just straddle the line between silly and horrifying

cool as hell

(Source: deathnervezine)

heatherbat:

smalltownbigguy:

in the south we don’t say “you’re a dumb fuck” we say “bless your heart” and i think that’s beautiful. 

the more mind-obliteratingly stupid we find you, the more descriptive we get. “bless your precious, sweet, mama-loving heart” means we’re not 100% certain how you possess enough intelligence to draw breath.

vampire-symphony:

Ani and me :)

vampire-symphony:

Ani and me :)

Screams about kuroshitsuji

waltzin4d:

charles-wallace-murry:

gingerhaole:

shuraiya:

Actually, that can be explained with ~SCIENCE~
The sketchiness of line art mimics the natural lack of clarity in our peripheral vision. When we look at the real world, our high definition fovea can only focus on a small area at a time. By having a very clean line art, it creates the unnatural feel of high clarity over a large area that’s not possible when we look at real life, therefore line art tends to appear stiff and not as appealing as the sketch. This sketichiness technique was first utilized by impressionists to create an optical illusion of motion (along with other techniques like equiluminance).
Source: Vision and Art: The Biology of Seeing by Margaret Livingston
Reblogging for an interesting bit of SCIENCE.

Fuck me, I KNEW there was a reason! FUCK YOU, SCIENCE, YOU ASSHOLE

Well, damn.

Oh science, you silly bitch. I love it when you get all up in my art.

waltzin4d:

charles-wallace-murry:

gingerhaole:

shuraiya:

Actually, that can be explained with ~SCIENCE~

The sketchiness of line art mimics the natural lack of clarity in our peripheral vision. When we look at the real world, our high definition fovea can only focus on a small area at a time. By having a very clean line art, it creates the unnatural feel of high clarity over a large area that’s not possible when we look at real life, therefore line art tends to appear stiff and not as appealing as the sketch. This sketichiness technique was first utilized by impressionists to create an optical illusion of motion (along with other techniques like equiluminance).

Source: Vision and Art: The Biology of Seeing by Margaret Livingston

Reblogging for an interesting bit of SCIENCE.

Fuck me, I KNEW there was a reason! FUCK YOU, SCIENCE, YOU ASSHOLE

Well, damn.

Oh science, you silly bitch. I love it when you get all up in my art.

markerslinger:

I made these.

I-I made them for y-you Tumblr.

ACCEPT MY LOVE.

Happy V Day.

-M

Whoo! Snow storm Pax finally blessed us.
And I only fell once getting those pictures.

Artist: Hieronymus Bosch
Track: The Music Written on This Dude's Butt

chaoscontrolled123:

Luke and I were looking at Hieronymus Bosch’s painting The Garden of Earthly Delights and discovered, much to our amusement, music written upon the posterior of one of the many tortured denizens of the rightmost panel of the painting which is intended to represent Hell. I decided to transcribe it into modern notation, assuming the second line of the staff is C, as is common for chants of this era.

so yes this is LITERALLY the 600-years-old butt song from hell

country-mouse:

atelierangel:

Hallelujah, the bonnet is done! ::sings hymn:: Every pleat and every stitch on this was done by hand and I never want to hand sew anything ever again. 
This was the first hat/bonnet I’ve ever made with traditional millinery techniques. The inspiration was from Byzantine religious iconography and Gaultier S/S 2007 Couture.  Made on a buckram base with millinery wire, double layered flannel lining for comfort, materials used include 100% silk fabric, home decor trim, glass pearls, metal filigree and sparkly organza ribbon.     

I can’t believe I actually made this. I feel like a mad scientist drunk with power. Anything is possible now. XD

country-mouse:

atelierangel:

Hallelujah, the bonnet is done! ::sings hymn:: Every pleat and every stitch on this was done by hand and I never want to hand sew anything ever again. 

This was the first hat/bonnet I’ve ever made with traditional millinery techniques. The inspiration was from Byzantine religious iconography and Gaultier S/S 2007 Couture.  Made on a buckram base with millinery wire, double layered flannel lining for comfort, materials used include 100% silk fabric, home decor trim, glass pearls, metal filigree and sparkly organza ribbon.     

I can’t believe I actually made this. I feel like a mad scientist drunk with power. Anything is possible now. XD