Soldier from the Mountains

needsmoarcalbell:

thefalloutblog:

modderslife:

Tired of seeing Vault Boy everywhere you go?

Have you had it with the sausage fest on your screen?

Do you want a ladies touch, while retaining that charm?


Then meet Vault Girl!

Vault boys female counterpart/sidekick/genderbend/girlfriend!

Shes every bit as strong, smart, and chipper as Vault Boy, the only difference is their gender!

This mod replaces all the default Vault Boy icons with Vault Girl instead

Head on over to the Nexus for that ladies touch!

http://newvegas.nexusmods.com/mods/44765//?

I always thought we were missing a Vault Girl

Meh..

For me, Effie is kind of always the candy in the room. But Effie’s own struggle, because inherently she knows what she’s doing, is horrible —she’s picking kids to go and murder each other and kill each other and die. So with her, it was always having her kind of teetering on shoes that really weren’t balanced, or having her waist always pinched in a little too tight. It’s almost like her own penance to herself, that she can’t quite ever settle into her own life because she always has to be on her toes, and always has to be Effie Trinket. And so that’s a reminder to her that she can never really be relaxed because no one is safe.
Trish Summerville (Catching Fire’s Costume Designer) on Effie Trinket’s character (via peetasalive)

officialsamwinchester:

has this been done yet

adrien-gromelle:

i-am-babulous:

ethevagabond:

ktshy:

adrien-gromelle:

I always had a thing for hand animated camera move and turn around…
I can’t tell exactly why…
probably cause it gives me the feeling I can manage everything and show exactly what I have in my head.
that can seems stupid but it makes me feel like, sculpting the animation more than drawing it.

DANG! Anyone know what these are from?

Credits Please cause these are awesome. 

Hey ethevagabond.  I tried, but unfortunately, I could only identify the first, MYOSIS.

Hi everyone… sorry to answer so late
the first is a shot I did in Myosis”(link)
the second was an ”exercice”(link) in 1st year at gobelins
the third is a shot I animated for the short ”Oni”(link) realized with friend as an FX exercise.
the last (it was the more painful to do) is a shot extracted from our opening for the Annecy animation Festival ”Hurley’s Irish”(link)

enjoy ;)

thrumbolt:

"The fandom remembers, D&D. The fandom remembers, and the mummer’s farce is almost done.”

yamino:

Some ideas <3

adrien-gromelle:

I always had a thing for hand animated camera move and turn around…
I can’t tell exactly why…
probably cause it gives me the feeling I can manage everything and show exactly what I have in my head.
that can seems stupid but it makes me feel like, sculpting the animation more than drawing it.

hipstersargh:

leaderofthekevolution:

quasi-normalcy:

mariathorpechan:

#black widow has the exact same powers and ten times the skill #intellect #morality #complexity #and she’s also got something batman’s never had: #my interest

Also, Black Widow accomplished all of it without being a billionaire.

And without being a moody-ass shit.


As a decided NON-Batman fan, I find I still have to say something. I adore Black Widow, but this discussion is ignoring the fact that they are two completely different characters. Did Black Widow accomplish her level of skill without being a billionaire? Yes. Was she trained from near birth by a Soviet government and brainwashed into being an nigh unstoppable spy/assassin? Yes.The two characters are barely comparable. Their motivations, origins, ethical limits, methods, fighting styles, costumes, employment, opinion on firearms, reaction to authority figures, and a multitude of other features are completely different. In fact, the only things they do have in common are as follows … 1. They both work better in the shadows.2. They both wear black.3. The both (in fact) have the same powers. Which is no powers. Just like almost every other member of the bat family and dozens of marvel heroes. This comparison is a disservice to both characters. Like him or not, Batman is arguably the most popular comic book character of all time. He is a white, male, priveledged Mary Sue who has sold more comics than we can count. He is the only person who can stand face to face with Superman and not bat an eyelash. Black Widow is a complex, cerebral character who is trained and willing to kill. She balances on the razor of good and evil and occasionally falls on either side. She is a government agent who does what needs to be done and follows orders. She is strong, independent, and incredibly unique. Most importantly, I don’t define her as a female analogue of Batman, even one that I think is more talented and interesting. I don’t try to define her at all. And I apologize if this is critical, but I really think it would be so much better if we can express our love for something, be it a character or tv show or movie or what have you, without tearing something else down.

hipstersargh:

leaderofthekevolution:

quasi-normalcy:

mariathorpechan:

#black widow has the exact same powers and ten times the skill #intellect #morality #complexity #and she’s also got something batman’s never had: #my interest

Also, Black Widow accomplished all of it without being a billionaire.

And without being a moody-ass shit.

As a decided NON-Batman fan, I find I still have to say something. I adore Black Widow, but this discussion is ignoring the fact that they are two completely different characters. Did Black Widow accomplish her level of skill without being a billionaire? Yes. Was she trained from near birth by a Soviet government and brainwashed into being an nigh unstoppable spy/assassin? Yes.

The two characters are barely comparable. Their motivations, origins, ethical limits, methods, fighting styles, costumes, employment, opinion on firearms, reaction to authority figures, and a multitude of other features are completely different. In fact, the only things they do have in common are as follows …

1. They both work better in the shadows.

2. They both wear black.

3. The both (in fact) have the same powers. Which is no powers. Just like almost every other member of the bat family and dozens of marvel heroes.

This comparison is a disservice to both characters. Like him or not, Batman is arguably the most popular comic book character of all time. He is a white, male, priveledged Mary Sue who has sold more comics than we can count. He is the only person who can stand face to face with Superman and not bat an eyelash.

Black Widow is a complex, cerebral character who is trained and willing to kill. She balances on the razor of good and evil and occasionally falls on either side. She is a government agent who does what needs to be done and follows orders. She is strong, independent, and incredibly unique.

Most importantly, I don’t define her as a female analogue of Batman, even one that I think is more talented and interesting. I don’t try to define her at all.

And I apologize if this is critical, but I really think it would be so much better if we can express our love for something, be it a character or tv show or movie or what have you, without tearing something else down.

roundfound:

late night noodlin in school, trying out that color blobbing style again
he was supposed to be Howl but turned into Armin??? complete with cheesy falling petals and tears from staring too hard at whatever it is.. oh well

roundfound:

late night noodlin in school, trying out that color blobbing style again

he was supposed to be Howl but turned into Armin??? complete with cheesy falling petals and tears from staring too hard at whatever it is.. oh well