crazycatshipper:

curiousforcomics:

Donald Glover as Miles Morales in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors

Oh no. They’re adorable.

fancyfauns asked: ooh honey buttercream? that sounds so good, I've made strawberry and rose before but not honey

yess i just put a little bit of honey in at the end after the sugar! its great! 

fancyfauns asked: omg homemade macarons are soooo good, what flavor are those?? they look perfect

thanks!!

the cookies are plain except for a little vanilla and the gel food coloring bc I actually really like the plain almond and sugar taste, but the buttercream in the middle is honey buttercream yuumm

I tried making macarons for the second time, they’re not exactly even but they taste pretty good!

oh and the middle is a honey buttercream uqu

I tried making macarons for the second time, they’re not exactly even but they taste pretty good! oh and the middle is a honey buttercream uqu

maarnayeri:

Let us be vividly clear about this.

What the New York Times did to Michael Brown today was not merely slander. It wasn’t a case of a lack of journalistic integrity.

Highlighting that a black teenager was “no angel” on the day he is being laid to rest after being hunted and…

you know the drill, a warmup and a little drawing i did last night before bed, sunny + galo

ananthymous:

rebeccamock:

The Aftershocks
medium.com

I was asked to create a .gif of a house interior during an earthquake. The article chronicles the controversial aftermath of the devastating quake that happened in L’Aquila, Italy in 2009. I wanted to capture the movement of the “tremors” before the full-on earthquake, although this tremor is infinite, never resolving.
This image and the all the animation was made in Photoshop. thanks AD Erich Nagler!

Rebecca is amazing!

two little warmups from this week, ive been a bit underproductive oops… 

Story /= storytelling

darrylayo:

In comics, the “story” isn’t the words in the balloon, and the storyteller isn’t just the person deciding on plot elements. Storytelling comes from the artist/s of the comic as well as the writer/s of the comic.

The best way to explain storytelling to comics readers is to instruct the student to read “NEW X MEN,” sometimes erroneously called “Grant Morrison’s X-Men.”

The comic had one writer and several artists. The comic’s clarity and stability corresponds heavily with which of these artists has joined up for whichever storyline is going on. Grant Morrison, for all of his talent, isn’t in control of the storytelling as much as some people give him credit for. The issues that people like are the issues that Frank Quitely drew. The common denominator is Frank Quitely’s ability to convey what is needed, not Grant Morrison having a good or bad streak.

In this way, the person drawing the story is controlling the story in ways that the writing collaborator doesn’t control the story.

I FIND IT ODD that in comics, where visual style is so identifiable and individual, the artists are considered a lesser element of authorship than the writers. In film, a director exerts far less proportionate control over a project’s outcome and yet enjoys (or suffers) the overwhelming percentage of the credit (or blame).

-Ayo

decolonizingmedia:

sinidentidades:

Getty images photographer Scott Olson shot this image prior to his arrest in Ferguson

ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE.

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Monday night. Part 6.

[part 1] [part 2] [part 3] [part 4] [part 5]

bunnies up for adoption!

eshiel:

hey y’all! so my roomie is currently fostering four buns, and they’re all up for adoption. they were rescued from an overwhelmed los angeles shelter by Bunny World Foundation.

there’s two bonded pairs, a boy and girl set (the boys have all been neutered):

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This boy and girl pair are litter trained, super friendly and playful. The boy super adventurous and loves to be held and carried around. The girl is super sweet and can be found chilling around the house. Both love attention and being petted. They also get along great with another pair of foster rabbits. 

and a pair of twins:

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 This brother and sister pair are litter trained, super friendly and playful. The brother is a little more adventurous and is an impressive jumper. The sister is a little more quiet but just as sweet if not more. Both love attention and being petted. They also get along great with another pair of foster rabbits. 

they’re really good buns, very tame and friendly. 

if you live in the los angeles area (we’re by beverly hills) and are interested in adopting, let me know!! reblogging would also be a great help.

here are the links to the craigslist ads as well, if you’d prefer to contact her directly (or want to see more pictures):

boy & girl pair  //  brother & sister

my friend’s roommate has bunnies up for adoption!

this afternoons warmup, and a warmdown sketch

jakewyattriot:

Working the night shift, warmed up with some concept work for a little comic I’d like to make.
I wrote the outline last night.
I’m gonna bug my editor about it on Monday.
I think this should happen.
-Jake

jakewyattriot:

Working the night shift, warmed up with some concept work for a little comic I’d like to make.

I wrote the outline last night.

I’m gonna bug my editor about it on Monday.

I think this should happen.

-Jake

beatonna:

toffany:

Revisiting a beautiful girl I saw on a bus stop a few years ago. I’ll be making artwork to celebrate the beauty of black youth - Blackness isn’t dangerous or ugly, and this is how I experience and see blackness todayRIP Michael Brown

Follow all of Tiffany’s beautiful drawings!  

beatonna:

toffany:

Revisiting a beautiful girl I saw on a bus stop a few years ago. I’ll be making artwork to celebrate the beauty of black youth - Blackness isn’t dangerous or ugly, and this is how I experience and see blackness today

RIP Michael Brown

Follow all of Tiffany’s beautiful drawings!