Title Known

Cest non un title.
studioadiandfriends:

Super Saiyan bust from Dragon Ball Evolution that we did.

You know, I kind of wonder what ADI’s work would’ve looked like on a faithful DB/DBZ adaptation that didn’t blow donkey balls. Like, can you imagine what their versions of Cell or Majin Buu’d have looked like?
Though, that also makes me wonder, does anybody at ADI have any good “giant mechanical spider”-type stories that showed how little the folks behind the film gave a fuck?

studioadiandfriends:

Super Saiyan bust from Dragon Ball Evolution that we did.

You know, I kind of wonder what ADI’s work would’ve looked like on a faithful DB/DBZ adaptation that didn’t blow donkey balls. Like, can you imagine what their versions of Cell or Majin Buu’d have looked like?

Though, that also makes me wonder, does anybody at ADI have any good “giant mechanical spider”-type stories that showed how little the folks behind the film gave a fuck?

omny87:

My Little Baloney

I’ve heard of riding the baloney pony before, but this is ridiculous.

omny87:

My Little Baloney

I’ve heard of riding the baloney pony before, but this is ridiculous.

rasec-wizzlbang:

thesylverlining:

themagicfarawayttree:

Medieval - Rabbits beating up man

about me

the cold, vacant look on their faces

[Insert overexposed Monty Python And The Holy Grail reference here]
Though, from what I know, Monty Python actually based a lot of their stuff in that movie on actual; accurate Arthurian mythology, and this illustration actually is just one of many from theperiod depicting rabbits beating up people/people running away from rabbits as a metaphor for cowardice.
So come to think of it, this sort of thing is probably exactly what the killer rabbit was based on…

rasec-wizzlbang:

thesylverlining:

themagicfarawayttree:

Medieval - Rabbits beating up man

about me

the cold, vacant look on their faces

[Insert overexposed Monty Python And The Holy Grail reference here]

Though, from what I know, Monty Python actually based a lot of their stuff in that movie on actual; accurate Arthurian mythology, and this illustration actually is just one of many from theperiod depicting rabbits beating up people/people running away from rabbits as a metaphor for cowardice.

So come to think of it, this sort of thing is probably exactly what the killer rabbit was based on…

bogleech:

dragondicks:

GAIA ONLINE HAVE MADE AN ADULT VERSION OF GAIA ONLINE CALLED “TENTACL” OMFG

I never would have thought the internet could have its own antichrist but suddenly I know what one would probably look like

I presume you’re talking about Fedora’ed Walter White over there, and now I have a mighty need to see what his ineviable “FINAL BOOS FORM” would look like.
What have you done Bogleech.

bogleech:

dragondicks:

GAIA ONLINE HAVE MADE AN ADULT VERSION OF GAIA ONLINE CALLED “TENTACL” OMFG

I never would have thought the internet could have its own antichrist but suddenly I know what one would probably look like

I presume you’re talking about Fedora’ed Walter White over there, and now I have a mighty need to see what his ineviable “FINAL BOOS FORM” would look like.

What have you done Bogleech.

tyrantisterror:

titleknown:

tyrantisterror:

raffleupagus:

howtoraiseageek:

In light of yesterday’s news about a Skull Island movie in the works, I wanted to share a bit about this great book, The World of Kong: A Natural History of Skull Island.

It is, essentially, an “art of” book for the 2005 King Kong film, using concept art for various animals as depictions of seen and mostly unseen Skull Island residents.  The island is given a very detailed geography, history, and so on.  It’s a remarkable read and one of my favorite things about the 2005 film.

I doubt it’s the case, but I’m hopeful that the new movie can draw on this already established “universe” of fauna.

I have this book! It’s basically a must-have if you’re at all interested in Skull Island. 

It’s also just great if you want a biology book about a bunch of madeup monsters.  I mean, that might seem like an overly specific thing for a person to want, but there’s an audience for those kind of things.

It’s also interesting how it essentially established that some version of the events of “Son Of Kong” are canon in the Peter Jackson Kong-verse.

Or, at least, they can be inferred, what with the disastrous second expedition and the earthquakes eventually sinking Skull Island mentioned in the book. Though I’m not a big fan of “The magic/superscience/whatever goes away” plots, but that’s a discussion for another day…

Also, why did no one take animals off the island during the successful expeditions?  I mean, even if the island collapses sometime in the late 40’s, you’d figure at least one, say, Baby V.rex was removed and kept in captivity.

I know it didn’t work so hot with Kong, but keeping a giant murder monster in a zoo has to be a little more effective than a theater.

I smell a sequel hook…

Or, at least a way they could get Gorosaurus into the new Godzilla canon if they are going to cross-continuity those two movies.

And I’d absolutely love it if it turned out that aliens (Like the Xillians or such) were actually preserving Skull Island beneath the sea the whole time and that turns into the New Godzillaverse’s version of Monster Island…

iguanamouth:

we rewatched the labyrinth and i shook these awful things out during the san fran car ride

This reminds me of Hark, A Vagrant in the best possible way.

tyrantisterror:

raffleupagus:

howtoraiseageek:

In light of yesterday’s news about a Skull Island movie in the works, I wanted to share a bit about this great book, The World of Kong: A Natural History of Skull Island.

It is, essentially, an “art of” book for the 2005 King Kong film, using concept art for various animals as depictions of seen and mostly unseen Skull Island residents.  The island is given a very detailed geography, history, and so on.  It’s a remarkable read and one of my favorite things about the 2005 film.

I doubt it’s the case, but I’m hopeful that the new movie can draw on this already established “universe” of fauna.

I have this book! It’s basically a must-have if you’re at all interested in Skull Island. 

It’s also just great if you want a biology book about a bunch of madeup monsters.  I mean, that might seem like an overly specific thing for a person to want, but there’s an audience for those kind of things.

It’s also interesting how it essentially established that some version of the events of “Son Of Kong” are canon in the Peter Jackson Kong-verse.

Or, at least, they can be inferred, what with the disastrous second expedition and the earthquakes eventually sinking Skull Island mentioned in the book. Though I’m not a big fan of “The magic/superscience/whatever goes away” plots, but that’s a discussion for another day…

goodthinker:




I spent my entire night yesterday making this
blame the guild.
#long post, thanks >_> And hutt boyfriends. Apparently.

I don’t know if “Boyfriend” would quite work, given that Hutts are hermaphrodites and gender is pretty much entirely a circumstantial/affectual thing in their society.
But otherwise, this is golden.

goodthinker:

I spent my entire night yesterday making this

blame the guild.

#long post, thanks >_> And hutt boyfriends. Apparently.

I don’t know if “Boyfriend” would quite work, given that Hutts are hermaphrodites and gender is pretty much entirely a circumstantial/affectual thing in their society.

But otherwise, this is golden.

(via krahka)

monstrosities1138:

GAMERA REVIVAL PROJECT: The 2015 Gamera Reboot

From the producer of KAMEN RIDER KUUGA comes the 13th GAMERA film just in time to celebrate the Tokyo turtle’s 50th Anniversary. But is Gamera the friend of all children, the guardian of the universe or mankind’s end?

MONSTROSITIES is a video blog dedicated to the weird and wild world of Japanese tokusatsu film and television shows.

Well, this is interesting/awesome news. Your thoughts tyrantisterror?

(via xolta)

pol2071:

Welcome to Weyland-Yutani corp…

Am I the only one who just realized that Weyland-Yutani’s quest to get the alien is hilariously similar to Team Rocket’s eternal quest to get Pikachu in the pokemon anime?
Like, I mean, yes it would be cool to have an army of parasitoid murderbeasts on your side, but at some fucking point you’ve got to know when to fold ‘em!

pol2071:

Welcome to Weyland-Yutani corp…

Am I the only one who just realized that Weyland-Yutani’s quest to get the alien is hilariously similar to Team Rocket’s eternal quest to get Pikachu in the pokemon anime?

Like, I mean, yes it would be cool to have an army of parasitoid murderbeasts on your side, but at some fucking point you’ve got to know when to fold ‘em!

(via ikaricrossinglines)

Extreme Bio-Hacking: Wings and Tails for Humans

technoccult:

Great Moon Hoax of 1835

Dr. Joe Rosen at the Dartmouth Medical Centre believes that within five years he’ll be able to graft extra limbs such as wings and tails to humans. According to a Guardian Unlimited article “When we have a limb amputated, our neural map of that limb gradually fades away; and if we gain a body part, our neural map expands accordingly.” Rosen says “If I were to give you wings, you would develop, literally, a winged brain. Our bodies change our brains, and our brains are infinitely mouldable.”
Link (via Thumbmonkey).

Update: It appears that as of Spring 2007 Dr. Rosen is now more focused on facial reconstructive surgery than these more fringe pursuits.

Godammit. Somebody get on that research! I’m not letting wings, tails and consentacles go the way of the flying car that easy dammit!

And before somebody mentions how “impractical” it is, let me say I do not give a shit. They probably could’ve fucking done it if they’d have actually pumped a substantial amount of R&D into it and all the major commercial attempts didn’t boil down to “LET’S PUT WINGS ON A CAR AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS!”

I don’t care if it’s not technically a car, just I want my fucking civilian recreational aerial vehicle that doesn’t require a runway; extensive training or a dickton of paperwork every flight to use! IS THAT SO WRONG?!

dragondicks:

puff-pink:

mvmarcz:

Monster Maker - SDCC Reveal (x)

WHAT THIS IS REALLY COOL.

woah is this real because if so that’s sweet as heck!?

Holycrap that’s neat. Now I want to see something like that for action figures.

Though, most action figures are too small to work with something like that, so maybe it’d have to be something like a Thingmaker/Creepy Crawlies for action figure parts…

letterjeigh:

A creature I drew to practice my linework and test out a new brush.

For some reason I think this guy’d work as a weapon, like the Dials from One Piece, with the eyes shooting a bunch of eye-lasers n’ such…

letterjeigh:

A creature I drew to practice my linework and test out a new brush.

For some reason I think this guy’d work as a weapon, like the Dials from One Piece, with the eyes shooting a bunch of eye-lasers n’ such…

(via cr-familiar-faces)

panic/anxiety attack

vye-leviathan:

pushed-too-far:

chris-sid:

jaspinder:

  • breath in for 4 seconds
  • hold your breath for 7 seconds
  • exhale breath for 8 seconds

repeat once or twice more.

This causes an autonomic nervous system shift from a sympathetic (fight or flight reaction) state to a parasympathetic response.

Use this for panic/anxiety attacks, exams, presentations.

Never not reblog

Tumblr got anxiety advice. Fuck yeah.

Read this earlier, and it helped me a lot tonight.

(Source: manualsexdrive, via spitblaze)