I was going to add color to their faces and the bg but I kind of liked it more like this, I also made some icons for you are ur bae. Really like how Dan turned out, I will (hopefully) get a good character design of Phil.
please reblog!!! sharing is caring!!! help ur artist pal!!!!
(also, i kind of tag some people i see on my dash at the moment, if you don’t want me to tag you (or want me to) please tell me and i won’t be a bother!!)
One moment, my dash is as normal as tumblr.com can get. The next, everyone’s talking about Bitty’s southern prep style? I had to look up boat shoes??? What is Vineyard Vines?? I know nothing and have no idea what’s going on.
To everyone in the U.S. with a chronic illness or ongoing health problems, who are afraid of what’s going to happen with your health care in the next year, I just want to say I see you, and I’m sorry. I’m in a similar place and it’s hard to not feel consumed by that fear. There’s nothing to really be said for comfort, when those in power refuse to see or hear us. My thoughts are with you.
you can literally See and Hear how anxious he is if i was there i would’ve been so fucking worried about him? like it’s settling in my stomach and i literally lost my appetite watching that video, he is FREAKING OUT, he’s jumpy and he looks like he’s ready to dash at any moment but he’s still talking to people and trying to take pics and sign things even though he looks so out of it I feel so bad for him fuck
A police dash cam captures the moment mass killer Dylann Roof is arrested, a day after he opened fire in a church, killing nine people.
The released footage of Roof’s arrest shows officers approaching a black Hyundai Elantra with guns drawn and peering inside. An officer removes Roof from the vehicle, searches him, and then cuffs his hands. Roof remains calm and co-operative throughout the video.
Roof was arrested June 18, 2015, in Shelby, a city approximately 250 miles away from the church Roof attacked.
Recently unveiled dash-cam footage shows Sacramento Police Department officers attempting to hit and run over homeless black man Joseph Mann, who was undergoing a mental health crisis, with their police cruiser before opening fire and killing him. Although the officers have attempted to defend their actions, witnesses from the scene have revealed another side of the story.