(via teamplazma)Source: devoureth
Alfredo Linguini and Remy from Ratatouille.
Cosplay: Myself + Chowder
I really love that Disney Movie.
I`ve got Rats since 8 years or what and lateley I watched that Movie and looked at my Rat Chowder who has a really fancy brown nature coloring…so we came up with that short Cosplay Idea.
It`s a small-for-the-lulz one but I really like it and Chowder was great.
In Case someone might worry: I know my Pets very well, I know Chowder is a calm,chilled Dude, he had a lot of Breaks, his Bro Splinter for Support and a lot of delicious Veggies to eat during the few hours we made the Photos.
He was totally fine and his Fur is just colored blue with Photoshop :)
No Animals were harmed but I got smashed with Pans and Noodles :D
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Every Day - A Short Story Comic
Our first short story comic, a bittersweet tale of undying love. Some people don’t fully comprehend it on the first read-through, but you’ll find a lot of hints along the way if you take a second look.
COULD NOT LOVE THIS MORE.
……this is not okay. :( Jus-no.
this went from darling to extremely unsettling in the span of one page and i kind of love it
ive seen a lot of people are really confused about what’s happening here, so this is the deal:
- the girl moved into her new apartment and met this guy while he was still alive
- then she went to see him and found him dead (the “then one day, she came by” panel is the back view of the third to last panel)
- since then he’s been following her about as a ghost, and that’s why he knows so much about her
you’ll notice she doesn’t actually interact with him after she “comes by” - i think in the panel where it looks like she’s laughing at something he’s said, she’s just watching tv
wow what a great comic
I NEED SOME TISSUES.
Two more Lands for my coplayers are complete! 8D
First up is the Land of Noise and Rhythm:
The weird looking things on the ground are holes covered with a trampoline/drum material. When you jump on them they make noise and also fling you into the air. 8D Sari (The coplayer for whom this land…
Montreal-based photographer Benoit Paillé has been working on a fascinating series of landscapes using a bizarre lighting method involving a suspended glowing square. The images above are not photoshopped, the 1×1 meter light is instead hung in the center of each photograph and the resulting image shows the unique form of illumination that creeps into the surrounding area. Paillé says his goal is to redefine what a landscape photograph is by questioning its reality, creating a kind of poetic moment in space and time. You can see many more of his Alternative Landscapes on Flickr.
(via thisclockworkheart)Source: devidsketchbook