and these are not even half of the sketches

Can you hear, my heartbeat ?

He caught a bad case of yaoi arm because I drew this at 3am why am I like this

You fools thought you would be safe from Katsudon x Russian Jesus in this blog *laughs maniacally*

Shout out to this adorable gay couple I saw posing like this in the subway today ~

Bonus : Yurio is tired of everyone’s bullshit.

Horror parodies are seldom as funny, and never as scary, as fright-flicks that play their scares, er, straight. Jordan Peele — the shorter half of the 21st century’s funniest sketch-comedy duo — understands this, and that’s why Get Out, his debut feature as writer and director, is so truly, madly, mercilessly entertaining, even when it makes you want to jump out of your skin. It is small-c catholic in its tastes, liberally sampling elements of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, Rosemary’s Baby and Invasion of the Body Snatchers before morphing into the most potent racial revenge fantasy since Django Unchained. But a parody it’s not: It’s as gnarly as Green Room, 2016’s nerviest thriller, whose villains wore their bigotry on their tattooed arms. What makes Get Out stand out is that its social critique — usually present in the horror-survival genre as subtext — is very much its text.

That’s a writing trick Peele and his creative partner, Keegan-Michael Key, used over and over again through five seasons of their marvelous Comedy Central series, one that boasted production values that stood head and shoulders above anything else in sketch TV. Key & Peele’s movie sendups looked like real movies, and now we have a good idea why: Peele is a world-class filmmaker. (Nearly all Key & Peele episodes were directed by Peter Atencio, who also directed the two comics in last year’s Keanu. That was a funny movie, but it had nothing like the invention, the intensity or the shimmering, righteous anger that Get Out possesses.) His movie is as much a triumph of craft as of inspiration.

‘Get Out’: A Terrifically Topical — And Terrifying — Satire

Photo: Justin Lubin/Universal Pictures


MAAAAAAN, you guys know that terrible horror movie, The Bye Bye Man

Well, apparently the description in the book that the film is based on is IMMENSELY more creepier than the film version (and has the much better title, The Bridge to Body Island).

And that weird hellhound that accompanies the Bye Bye Man that’s never explained? That’s Gloomsinger, a creature who was literally sewn together from pieces of The Bye Bye Man’s victims. Even more bizarre, Gloomsinger is always deteriorating, so The Bye Bye Man has to kill more victims to gather the eyes, tongues, and other parts necessary to restore him.

WHAT THE CRAP!? They had all this potential, but didn’t even bother to make it REMOTELY scary!!! 

To celebrate, I drew bundled up 2d


Since I’ve been putting together so many Megaman sketchdumps lately I figured I might as well make one for my gemsonas! Over half these sketches are at least year old, but since I haven’t been posting anything for them lately, I figured it’d be fun to compile old & newer doodles together (there are even a few past Gemsona-HQ prompts mixed in there). The age of some sketches can be measured by the puffiness of Moon’s pants- they’re definitely a lot slimmer now than they used to be! I’m still working on her reformed design since I poofed her a few weeks ago; hopefully I’ll have a ref of that up someday. 

(Click for captions and please full-view!)

I’m not even through the last half of these FE requests but like dammit I can’t turn down a request to draw Space Mom + Space Daddy, can I?
The final version of this piece is available as a print on my store, !

“Night Stalker” is a serial killer moniker much like “Robin” is a superhero code name; there’s been quite a few of them running around, and they’re invariably awful. However, only one Night Stalker out there remains at large; the Original Night Stalker, the OG sadistic rapist-murderer who terrorized California from 1979 to 1986.

The thing is, this is not exactly for lack of trying on the killer’s part. Since he was responsible for at least 50 sexual assaults but “only” 12 murders, he was seen by plenty of eyewitnesses. We’ve got enough police sketches to populate half of Skyrim with custom characters based on them.

As for suspects, well, there are none. What few potential culprits the cops managed to round up were quickly eliminated from the equation. In fact, we’ve been so clueless about the Original Night Stalker,we weren’t even able to link all of his murders to the guy until 2011.

But hey, this was decades ago. Maybe the dude got killed in a burglary attempt, or got caught for a murder never connected with the Night Stalker crimes and was sent to death row. Maybe he died of old age. We may never find out who did it, but at least the guy can’t hurt anyone anymore.

The FBI begs to disagree. They’re pretty sure that the Stalker is still out there, and their latest attempt to drum up the case is … from this freaking year, actually.

Pauli Presents: 5 Horrifying Crimes No One Can Explain!


(Last year’s here.) Not gonna lie, 2015 was not a good art year for me, but at least you can see a lot of improvement. Definitely love the the poses and hair in comparison to it all and it feels very lively and fun. I hope 2016 will be a much better year!

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A whole buncha DnD sketches from the past weeks lol. I’m very invested in my campaign’s NPCs! Descriptions in captions :d

It’s a low fantasy setting I made for my friends. The player characters got thrown in the middle of conspiracies and age-old mysteries of the world. We’re having heaps of fun. :]

“no one has touched my heart like you have… gosh don’t look at me like that! you’ll make me embarrassed, saying all these things… I even wore my half of the couples set like you wanted.”

“You’ll reward me later right, MC?”

alternate thing to my other saeran pic except this is a sketch and it still turned out better than the other one lol kms, anyways unbleached after end saeran

I wasn’t sure if I wanted to ink the lines or not, but I’m really glad I decided to do it. While the last one was good, the inked lines really help it pop just right. I also like that they feel softer after going on post color, so I think I’ll be doing the next couple draws in order of sketch color ink rather than sketch ink color. All the colors stayed close to what I needed rather than bleed with the ink, even after it sat for a day and a half.

Anyhow enough rambling, I made this for @zombie-frisk because I heard some stuff about their comic at the last stream. If ya’ll haven’t seen their stuff before I highly recommend checking them out. While none know why their frisk is a zombie, it’s fun reading everyone’s theories!

I hope you like it spoops, because I enjoyed making it (nvn)

captainofthestars  asked:

Hi, I wanted to ask you a question! Your monsters are all A+ Super Cool, how do you design them? Like, do they start out as rough ideas/sketches you refine, or do they come out entirely as they are? Do you ever design characters by going like "ok I want a dude made of sugar, here's a few different concepts for that" or do you typically know what you want? Sorry if these seem like odd questions, I just really admire you and would like a look into your design process ^u^

Thank you very much, aha dang! Good questions, sure I can go through my thought process, its not super impressive or drawn out at all, but it’s what works for me and others.

  • For any character it all starts with a rough idea/concept. Usually my characters are based off of one or more particular animal/shape/object/theme, etc.

It takes some experimenting to see which things mesh together well, or what can be mixed together to make something different and creative.

  • And then from there I start to gather more resources to draw inspiration from. These resources could be from online, comics, books, TV shows, movies, real life, personal experience, other artists, etc. anywhere. 
  • It’s a good idea to stockpile pictures and links into folders so you can look at them later. Who knows! You might find something you forgot about and then want to use in the future.

Your example: A character made of sugar

  • Simply by googling “Sugar” I’m given an array of good reference pictures, and the ideas already start to pop up. If I were to go with a Sugar approach, I’d probably throw in some sugar cookie and candy heart inspiration~ (because I really love sprinkles and bright colors~)

The whole process for me is: think of a starting theme (ex. sugar), google references and inspiration, look in other media for other traits, use references + inspo to draw a rough-draft, pleased with draft = finalize design.

Once the character is designed they are open to changes and tweaks down the road. Remember! It’s okay to update your character’s design. The first drawing of them doesn’t mean their appearance is set in stone.

Maybe like? 80% of the time I already have an idea of what I want. After I see a couple pictures my imagination kicks in and I start drawing out the rough draft.

And it’s fine to not know exactly what you want at first. Be open to inspiration from surprising places! And as always: Keep practicing, show everyone what you can create~!  👍👍👍

So tired….
But I LOVE the idea of Elementalisim as a subject. Who wouldn’t want a stormcloud sitting in a jar on their desk? Or some lightining bolts to string along their wall.

This seriously turned into a doodle after I wanted to sketch something from @totallycorrectkotlc which is that little strip.

I had to hunt through the books to find descriptions for bottling elements and even then half this stuff is my own personal take.

Now, to figure out what exactly a ‘bent spyglass with a spout and dials’ would look like.
A.K.A a stellarscope.