we put nicky to sleep yesterday afternoon.  it feels a lot like someone reached inside me and took a big scoop of something out, and i don’t know what to do with all the empty space

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late night bullshit

ponderpretties:

The Deer God is a breathtaking 3d pixel art game that will challenge your religion and your platforming skills.”

You play as a stag, it has pretty music and everything is so so pretty.
This game is beautiful and you should pledge on its kickstarter- it has only a month remaining!

(via busket)

Tags: ooh

hopesploder:

prince-oinkins-the-first:

Some pictures of my Gavin Free Cosplay!

OK LOOK IM NOT A FAN OF ROOSTER TEETH OR ANYTHING AND I DONT EVEN GET THE FUCKING JOKE REALLY BUT THIS IS ONE OF THE FUNNIEST POSTS I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY ENTIRE FUCKING LIFE AND ITS SO FRUSTRATINg

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Welcome Home, Son by Radical Face

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tryin to figure out how the hell floran faces work, ft my shitty cactus fero and his junk-obscuring petals

selchieproductions:

The people of Gothenburg, where I studied for my MEd are known for their … odd sense of humour.

VERY TINY FISHTINYYYYYYYYY FISH!!![caught in] THE BALTIC SEA
price: 5p 

selchieproductions:

The people of Gothenburg, where I studied for my MEd are known for their … odd sense of humour.

VERY TINY FISH
TINYYYYYYYYY FISH!!!
[caught in] THE BALTIC SEA

price: 5p 

Tags: doge Shameful

The film-makers only used CG effects when absolutely necessary, and to enhance practical effects for the creatures rather than replace them completely. Even the smaller female alien that appears before the credits was a petite woman in a creature suit. A puppet-type head was used for some of the attack shots wherein Moses is suddenly bitten. The creature’s head was a carefully constructed mask that had no eyes, and even the glowing mouthful of large, carnivorous teeth were achieved by animatronics (including twelve “servos”) rather than added in post. The film-makers admit that it did help save money, but also had an unexpected benefit. The actors, rather than reacting to something that wasn’t there, admitted that they were genuinely and unexpectedly frightened by the look and movements of creatures actually present (especially during chase sequences when a creature/creatures would pursue them at full speed). Nearly every actor said they felt especially intimidated— many surprisingly so— by the physical presence in a way they would not have if the creatures had been added digitally later. The same went for the majority of the settings; the director said it added authenticity and atmosphere to shoot on a set rather in front of a green screen. [SOURCE]

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drawing on the fremont-lake merritt train