Taskmaster refuses to watch piano concerts, or even look at a piano whenever someone else is playing it, because he’s trying to learn. He wants this skill to be his, one that he gained on his own without stealing it from someone else via his photographic memory. Maybe he’ll never be as good as if he just watched a concert performer and copied them, but it’ll be his own talent and no-one elses.


The newness is on! Crap, there’s almost too much newness! Look at all that new stuff and exclamation points! Look closely at that Final Fight background, because that isn’t from the game. I’m not typing all that crap out, and there’s even more (backgrounds, mini-logos, etc.), so go check out the update post. I’m gonna go somewhere and pass out. Pass out from newness.


I have decided to do another ~master post~. Click HERE for my previous one on disturbing documentaries. This one shall be a list of a few of my favouritepsychologically disturbing movies (there’s also a few that are also considered horror, but I didn’t want to put too many in because I’m going to make a horror movie master post). Click the name to watch the movie. All descriptions are taken from IMDB:

Happiness - The lives of many individuals connected by the desire for happiness, often from sources usually considered dark or evil.

Bully -  Based on a true story. Naive teenagers plot to murder one of their own, who has been too much of a bully to them.

Ken Park -  Ken Park is a 2002 drama-erotic film written by Harmony Korine, who based it on Larry Clark's journals and stories. The film revolves around the abusive and/or dysfunctional home lives of several teenagers, set in the city of Visalia, California.

Martyrs -  A young woman’s quest for revenge against the people who kidnapped and tormented her as a child leads her and a friend, who is also a victim of child abuse, on a terrifying journey into a living hell of depravity.

Requiem for a Dream -  The drug-induced utopias of four Coney Island people are shattered when their addictions become stronger.

Oldboy - After being kidnapped and imprisoned for 15 years, Oh Dae-Su is released, only to find that he must find his captor in 5 days.

KIDS - A day in the life of a group of teens as they travel around New York City skating, drinking, smoking, and deflowering virgins.

Mysterious Skin - A teenage hustler and a young man obsessed with alien abductions cross paths, together discovering a horrible, liberating truth.

Funny Games / Remake - Two psychotic young men take a mother, father, and son hostage in their vacation cabin and force them to play sadistic “games” with one another for their own amusement.

A Clockwork Orange - In future Britain, charismatic delinquent Alex DeLarge is jailed and volunteers for an experimental aversion therapy developed by the government in an effort to solve society’s crime problem - but not all goes according to plan.

The Machinist - An industrial worker who hasn’t slept in a year begins to doubt his own sanity.

Hard Candy - A teenage girl raids a man’s home, suspecting he is a pedophile, in order to expose him.

Misery -  A famous novelist is “rescued” from a car crash by an obsessed fan

Boys Don’t Cry - Female born, Teena Brandon adopts his male identity of Brandon Teena and attempts to find himself and love in Nebraska.

Pro tip; just because you cannot/are too lazy/didn't think to find an original artist doesn't mean you don't have to credit them

I oft find myself in this talk (and am right now) with other other tattooers and artists who say “it was from google, if I’d known it was yours I would have tagged you.” yet, they make no mention of not being the original artist or even that they used something as reference or inspiration for the artwork. In that silence they assume full credit for the design work - which is in itself a lie.

If you can’t manage a simple reverse image search on google and you can’t even mention that you didn’t think of the artwork you’re inevitably going to get called the fuck out at some point. And you’ve got to take those lumps, They’re yours, you earned them.

It’s as simple as a mention of inspiration, a very slim gesture of respect towards your fellow artists in the community - it doesn’t take much effort at all. Stop making sharing art online suck ass.


anonymous said:

There is a TV show based on your life. It's in its 10th season. No clue why, but people find it entertaining. I don't get it, but hey, everbody's gotta get their jollies somewhere. The actor who plays you is kinda hot, so there's that. - Meg

There’s a what??

Who the fuck would watch ten seasons of my emotional constipation?

Oh God it didn’t show Rhonda Hurley did it??

These beauties may not have the power of the Cup of Everlasting Life (yeah, that’s an Indiana Jones reference), but they sure are powerful to see. #RaidersofthelostART #IsThisThingOn

See them and other amazing crafts created by some of the finest makers from around the world in our newest installation, “At the Center: Masters of American Craft”.

Goblet, “Venetian Series,” 1981, by Fritz Dreisbach

Marquiscarpa #95 9,” 1995, by Richard Marquis

Goblet, c. 1975, by Beatrice Wood