padnick

padnick:

siriciryel:

bdsmgeek:

lesbihonestsubbies:

cuddlyxmedics:

sanjuanwolf:

I sometimes forget that Death is a female (who’s in love with deadpool) in the Marvel universe.

I will always reblog this.

My favorite pairing!!!

I didn’t fucking know that, holy ahit I need to read me some dead pool!

Ooohhhhkayyy I will read Deadpool…

Wait, does that mean Deadpool, Death, and Thanos are in a love triangle?

tsengsational

tsengsational:

meanderingwhale:

My spx recap: Can we talk about how awesome Jason Tseng's Queer Super Heroes Starter Deck is?

It’s not part of an official game (yet) but when me and silentninjadesu saw that one of the superheroes was named “Power Bottom”, we knew we had to buy it immediately. Other superheroes include The Poof (contemporary of Oscar Wilde!), the Stone Butch (cursed with gargoyleism), and Otter Boy (who uses his Otter powers “to defend magical animals everywhere”!). Now me and ‘Ninja have a new mission: to spread the word about this deck until we bring a new age of queer justice (and puns) to everyone!

Wow… do I have like… fans? #giddy

I’m so glad these characters brought someone as much joy as they bring me! :) <3

You totes have fans! :D

My spx recap: Can we talk about how awesome Jason Tseng's Queer Super Heroes Starter Deck is?

It’s not part of an official game (yet) but when me and silentninjadesu saw that one of the superheroes was named “Power Bottom”, we knew we had to buy it immediately. Other superheroes include The Poof (contemporary of Oscar Wilde!), the Stone Butch (cursed with gargoyleism), and Otter Boy (who uses his Otter powers “to defend magical animals everywhere”!). Now me and ‘Ninja have a new mission: to spread the word about this deck until we bring a new age of queer justice (and puns) to everyone!

I made these pieces in an attempt to show that, with the right finishes and attention to detail, 3D printers can produce objects of art worthy of public and private display. Not just miniature figurines, or toys, or practical household objects, and not just prototypes. They can do more than evoke the desired object, they can be objects of desire.

But I chose these subjects in particular — elemental, archetypal museum pieces — to try to advance a different but complementary idea; that with 3D scanning and 3D printing, private collectors and museums have an unprecedented opportunity to recast themselves as living engines of cultural creation. They can digitize their three dimensional collections and project them outward into the public realm to be adapted, multiplied, and remixed.

They should do this because the best place to celebrate great art is in a vibrant, lively, and anarchic popular culture. The world’s back catalog of art should be set free to run wild in our visual, and now tactile, landscape, and whether it turns up lit in pixels on our screens, rematerialized in our living rooms, or embedded in our architecture or clothing, it’s all to the good.

And for forward-thinking, innovative institutions and collectors, and for everyone involved in this young industry, there’s prestige, money, value, meaning, and beauty to be made in making it a reality.

This approach is in its infancy, and has only produced very crude results, but this kind of capability is only going to get more powerful and less expensive. And the fact is, there are hundreds and thousands of photographs online of every notable work, public domain or not, and they are open to this mode of analysis and reconstruction. So the question, how will museums respond… you could stop photography tomorrow, but there’s already data out there from which to reconstruct the models. For many important works, the data has been leaving your museums for the last hundred years.
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khorazir:

“The Hatchling”, “A life changed”, “Shelter” and “First Flight”

Four watercolours I painted in late 2006 and 2007 after reading His Majesty’s Dragon, the first book of Naomi Novik’s marvellous Temeraire-series, a Napoleonic Era AU that combines the historic setting with the fantastical element of dragons. For me, it provided an excuse to paint guys in naval uniforms (as if I needed one …).

When I heard that Subterranean Press was about to publish limited editions of these books and was considering to have them illustrated but was yet lacking an illustrator, I emailed them out of the blue and included the artworks. Some time later, I was commissioned to illustrate the first three books. Sometimes, things just work.

For anyone interested in acquiring the watercolours in the form of prints, they and plenty other artworks (mostly Tolkien and Beowulf) can be found at my Artflakes shop.

I love these to death (especially the one with them both reading!)