The thing that’s so exciting, to me, about it, is that you can literally just make stuff, and if you’re good, you should rise up. I think it’s much harder now, but I think it is still possible. I guess it’s more daunting. What gave me confidence to do it was looking at stuff going ‘I can do better than that!’, but now, if you’re a film student, it’s probably a more daunting thing because everything’s a little more professional…” - Ciaran OBrien

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Consider the creator's feelings

CAPCOM community manager and loc director have both expressed their disappointment and unhappiness at the custom quest stuff.

Yuri: https://twitter.com/dubindoh/status/618168836697632768 Andrew: https://twitter.com/itsumobasho/status/617997859472814080

Regardless of how you feel about the issue I think you should take into consideration CAPCOM, as they are the awesome company that not only created the content, but have worked so hard to bring almost all the collaboration dlc and even exclusive dlc to the West.

And if you say ‘the hell with the creator I’ll play their game however I please, they are wrong so whatever’ then I am very disappointed. I for one praise and respect the company and hope for their continued support and efforts in supporting the community.

Happy (legit) hunting!


“I really love the idea of color and form being one thing. It’s not that I’ve painted on the paper, it’s that the color is the paper. It’s very similar to working with the clay, where the glaze and the clay become one structure—a surface and form.” —Arlene Shechet

Artist Arlene Shechet brings together ceramic- and paper-making practices at Dieu Donné papermaking studio in New York City for a series of cast paper reliefs (some of which are currently on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston) in a new episode from the ART21 Exclusive series.

WATCH: Arlene Shechet: Pentimento in Paper

IMAGES: Arlene Shechet at Dieu Donné papermaking studio, New York, NY, 2014. Production stills from the ART21 Exclusive episode, Arlene Shechet: Pentimento in Paper. © ART21, Inc. 2015.


Few months ago Mattle made a contest from the Monster High “Freaky Fusion” movie.
The participants had to create their own monster and fusion with original ghouls.

I was the spanish winner and the reward is the creation my own exclusive doll. Here is Storygi.

My boyfriend made me this fabulous artwork of her!


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Everything You Need to Know About BOOM! Studio’s San Diego Comic-Con Exclusives!

MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS ($5 each, limited to 2,000 copies)

Covers by Goñi Montes
Writer: Mairghread Scott
Artist: Daniel Bayliss

In anticipation of the new Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic book series, BOOM! Studios is proud to present a limited-edition set of six, one-page comics exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con. Each one-page comic is double-sided, blind-bagged, and sold separately in an intermix consisting of all five of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the Green Ranger. The six comics are designed to be read as individual parts or can be stitched together to form one full story.  Each comic showcases a pin-up illustration of a different Ranger by Spectrum Award-nominated artist Goñi Montes (RoboCop) and a one-page comic featuring that Ranger, written by Mairghread Scott (Transformers: Windblade) and illustrated by Daniel Bayliss (Translucid).

ADVENTURE TIME #40 SDCC Exclusive ($10, limited to 500 copies)

Cover by Mad Rupert
Writer: Christopher Hastings
Artist: Zachary Sterling

ADVENTURE TIME WITH FIONNA & CAKE: CARD WARS #1 SDCC Exclusive  ($10, limited to 500 copies)

Cover by Mad Rupert
Writer: Jen Wang
Artist: Britt Wilson


Celebrate your love for all things Bill & Ted with this officially licensed concert tee for their band, Wyld Stallyns! Dates on back correspond to BOOM!’s 2015 convention appearances.

HACKTIVIST VOL. 2 #1 SDCC Exclusive ($10, limited to 250 copies)

Cover by Ian Herring
Writers: Collin Kelly & Jackson Lanzing
Artist: Marcus To

LANTERN CITY #2 SDCC Exclusive ($10, limited to 500 copies)

Cover by Jake Wyatt
Writer: Matthew Daley
Artist: Carlos Magno

LUMBERJANES #14 SDCC Exclusive + BADGER OF HONOR Bundle ($15, limited to 500 copies)

Cover by Kassandra Heller
Writers: Noelle Stevenson & Shannon Watters
Artist: Brooke Allen

Sold in bundles only; items cannot be sold separately.

TYSON HESSE’S DIESEL ZINE (Free with purchase of a BOOM! Box title, while supplies last)

Cover by Tyson Hesse
Writer: Tyson Hesse
Artist: Tyson Hesse

Get an advance sneak peek of BOOM! Box’s upcoming Tyson Hesse’s Diesel in this SDCC Exclusive zine that showcases the first several pages of issue #1!

THE ART OF MOUSE GUARD 2005-2015 HC ($60)

David Petersen will be on hand to sign copies.


Humberto Ramos will be on hand at his Artist Alley table at Comic-Con to sign copies of this new reprint featuring a new cover and collecting the first 12 issues of the fan-favorite series.

HIT: PEN & INK #2 ($15)

Writer/creator Bryce Carlson will be on hand to sign copies of the second oversized artist edition of the critically acclaimed noir series.


Writer Adam Smith and artist Matthew Fox will be on hand to sign copies.


Artist Carolyn Nowak (Lumberjanes #9-12) and SDCC Exclusive cover artist Kassandra Heller will be on hand to create custom Lumberjanes sketches on these new, blank covers.

POWER UP #1 ($4)

Copies of the new BOOM! Box series by Kate Leth and Matt Cummings will be available at the booth.


Rebecca Sugar, creator of the Steven Universe animated series, will be on hand to sign copies.


Free with any purchase at the BOOM! booth and at the SuperMansion signing on Thursday, July 9th from 1-2pm, this SDCC 2015 exclusive comic ties into the upcoming stop-motion animated series from creators Matthew Senreich, Seth Green, Zeb Wells, and executive producer Bryan Cranston, debuting on Crackle this fall. Cover by Joe Madureira.

There’s this photoset going around from 1987 LA Pride and it’s exclusively pictures of shirtless and muscular mostly white men and it just makes me so… angry? Like, while it’s very possible that in LA in 1987, during the ‘AIDS epidemic’, where ‘healthy’ (HIV negative) bodies began to become synonymous with muscular bodies, the only people who attended Pride were muscular white men, I also really fucking doubt it. But when these are the bodies that are centered, celebrated, remembered (via photography), this is not only how a specific image of a queer body (white, cis, masculine) was constructed in public imagination (for both queers and straight people), but it also erases queers with queered bodies– women, trans people, people of color, disabled people, fat folks– who were there. They fucking had to be, because we have always been there. And while this is only one instance, I don’t think it’s unreasonable to state that this is a microcosm of a larger issue, one whose effects are still felt and replicated today. As someone whose confusion about my queerness as a young person was only compounded by having a body that did not fit what I understood to be queer, I wonder what models for queer possibility we are leaving for current and future generations, because there is so much more.

anonymous asked:

What is Jen doing that you dont like? If you dont mind me asking.

Remember when news broke that Jen bought her BH house? And it came out of no where? And only when it became public record that she owned property?

There wasn’t even rumors she was looking for a place to buy, no one even knew where she was staying, Jen always claimed she was “couch surfing”. 

And even though the address is searchable on the internet, it’s still unreachable because no public access is available. Jen chose a home in a private, exclusive community where her privacy is guaranteed. 

This is not that version of Jen. She is bringing along paps to every apartment she visits and she just flashed the address of the latest one to the camera. She’s smarter than that and it’s annoying. She’s adding fuel to the gossip fire that her “boyfriend’s” ex-wife convinced her to buy a home in the same area as her.

And I’m just frustrated and done because it’s utterly ridiculous, the woman had a stalker who got close to her brother, how am I supposed to believe she would allow this much open access to where she could be buying a place? 

And don’t even get me started on the open pap calls.

Nishi Nippori

Leica M3 with 50mm f2 Summicron DR lens

Photographer: Sakie Miura / portfolio site / instagram / tumblr

This was the second time I ran into Ms. Miura out in Tokyo- like always she had her M3 out and over her shoulder.   

Chances are you’ve seen her work floating on Tumblr already-  as far as I know, she exclusively shoots film. 

No Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer at SDCC but here's 7 things we might see to be excited about.

No #StarWars: #TheForceAwakens trailer at SDCC but here’s 7 things we might see to be excited about. #SDCC2015

EW confirmed there won’t be a trailer at Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ panel at San Diego Comic Con this Friday. Exclusive: @StarWars: #TheForceAwakens won’t show new trailer at #ComicCon: http://t.co/K6x2upyifb #EWComicCon #SDCC pic.twitter.com/vzSiE0Uc0s — Entertainment Weekly (@EW) July 6, 2015 That’s a bummer. You can count us down, but not out. For starters those Force for Change videos were…

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Arkham Knight ‘Batgirl: A Matter of Family’ DLC First Screen & Details

Batgirl joins the fray in exclusive Batman: Arkham Knight 'A Matter of Family’ image

Barbara Gordon has played a supporting role in Rocksteady Studios’ Arkham trilogy as Oracle, using her computer expertise to aid Batman in his battle against evil. But she’s getting her turn in the cape and cowl as Batgirl in a downloadable story expansion for Batman: Arkham Knight. Set before the events of 2009’s Arkham Asylum, “Batgirl: A Matter of Family” sees our heroine team up with Robin to save her father, Commissioner Gordon, who’s been kidnapped by the Joker.

Created by Arkham Origins’ developer WB Games Montreal, the DLC takes place in an entirely new area called the Seagate Amusement Park, a nautical theme park built on top of an oil rig that the Joker has rigged to be a massive death trap. “We wanted to recreate the feeling of being trapped in a bizarre and unique open environment playing a game of cat and mouse with the Joker,” says design producer Justin Vazquez.

Batgirl’s combat style is a combination of the Dark Knight’s brawn and her own computer-genius brain, as she uses her hacking abilities to take down enemies, control objects, and solve puzzles. “Hacking is really what separates her from the other characters. It’s a gameplay mechanic with which the player can create situations for Batgirl to really shine,” Vazquez says. “Our intention was that Batgirl should be less powerful than Batman, but that Batgirl plus hacking could give her opportunities do things that not even Batman can pull off.”

The expansion incorporates Arkham Knight’s Dual Play system that allows the player to switch characters at the press of a button, and culminates in an epic tag-team throwdown between Batgirl and Robin and the Joker and Harley Quinn. “Seeing these four iconic characters together at the same time will be a real thrill,” Vazquez says. And for the first time in the Arkham series, Harley will be sporting her trademark black and red ensemble from Batman: The Animated Series.

The DLC features side quests, collectibles left behind by the Joker, and Easter eggs for hardcore DC Comics fans. “[It’s] a love letter to the original game that started this incredible franchise,” Vazquez says. “Batgirl: A Matter of Family” launches July 14 for Arkham Knight DLC ­season-pass holders (PS4 and Xbox One, $40), or it can be purchased separately on July 21 for $6.99.

anonymous asked:

You do know that Europe has pretty much invaded the entire world except for maybe.. 10 countries... right?

Europe? Try England…

Which by itself invaded over 90% of the world at one point or another. The post you are referring to is not saying that white people haven’t invaded places, but saying that we are not the only ones. That invasion, conquests, hell even imperialism are far from exclusively white ones… So this half history hatred of white people is a bit hypocritical and childish…


Day 1 of my #rhythmgenitals video game challenge! Here is a link for an explanation: http://segagenitals.tumblr.com/post/123401177914/segagenitals-pictured-above-is-practically

So, tonight we are starting off with a PS2 game called Amplitude. This is a sequel to a game called Frequency, and these games were the first games Harmonix(Rock Band/Guitar Hero) ever made. The games were infinitely better than their later games, but I guess they just weren’t making enough money. There is actually a third game coming out in this series, which will also be going by the name Amplitude, available as a digital download for the PS3/PS4, which I am very excited for. Anyways, back on topic. The disc I am holding in the second picture was a special disc that came with P.O.D.’s 3rd album, and had an exclusive song from the band that wasn’t on the original game. I guess P.O.D. reeeealy liked this game. But, the game really was awesome! It had many different genres, but mainly specialized in electronic music. A member of the band Freezepop actually made some original songs for this game, going under different aliases such as Komputer Kontroller and Symbion Project. The music in this game is sick, and is hella fun to play! If you have ever played Rock Band Unplugged, the gameplay is pretty similar to that. Basically, the tracks and notes you hit are kinda like RB, but instead of 5 spaces, there are 3, and you have to switch between all the instruments using the d pad. It might sound odd, but is really addictive once you get the hang of it. The game also had a pretty dedicated online community back in the day. In order to keep the game interesting online, since there were only around 40 songs, people would use remix mode to remix the songs and create their own button patterns; kind of comparable to the Stepmania community. It is a shame the game didn’t get a bunch of attention, because it is totally rad. If you wanna play it, you can find it online pretty cheap. I didn’t feel like making a video, so just go to Youtube if you wanna see some gameplay.

So, did you ever play this game? What did you think of it? Any comments? Lets talk!

anonymous asked:

[you: Amethyst is gay] [all these assfucks from out of nowhere: no… stop… you don't underknow… asexual… mutually exclusive with gay… you cannot say this fake thing] [you: Amethyst is a girl] [assfucks: no… stop… Gems are genderless… no assigned gender means no gender ever… don't talk about gender you are too wrong for it]

this anon gets it

next they’ll be denying that she’s overweight because she can shapeshift or something