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Pokemon-Pikachu and Ash’s Reunion

An Animation I started during my 2nd year at the Animation Workshop and I decided to continue. It was a good challenge and a pleasure to use those childhood characters !

Party of None!

Story code: D 2002-076
Origin: Denmark
Writing: Michael T. Gilbert
Pencils: Vicar

An awesome person on Discord shared the link to this story a couple weeks ago (please tell me your Tumblr username again so I can credit).

This is the story that The Secret Gardener is a loose sequel for. I’ve wanted to read it for a long time and was pleased to discover that it was actually published in many languages, including English and Arabic! If you can find it in your country, support the artists and publishers by buying it.


On Gladstone’s request, Gyro neutralizes his luck.

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Interactive Writing Workshop

I was thinking about hosting a weekly live stream to get like minded writers together to better our craft. Maybe have some of your favorite writers on to give tips and tricks, study up on our grammar, and interact with other writers in a live chat setting.

I was thinking of making the class free and asking for donations (ONLY if you can afford to) to help me further my platforms so I can produce content.

Any takers?

PM me, reblog, ask, and/or all of the above if you’d be interested. I’m hoping to get at least 10 people to even consider creating some lesson plans.

Tagging for signal boost: @just-call-me-mrs-captain, @sebbytrash, @bovaria, @bionic-buckyb, @howlingbarnes, @hymnofthevalkyries, @vintagevalentinexx, @hunters-from-stark-tower, @imhereforbvcky, @plumfondler (and others but I’m tired af)

Thank you all. I love you.

Jain Zar is revealed to be the faction leader of the Eldar in Eternal Crusade.

Since I’m not familiar with EC mechanics, I don’t know if this means that some tart who donated enough will be able to play as our mythical ten thousand years old demigod momma or she will be just an overpowered friendly npc for eldar.

I’m hoping for the latter. Helping her to wreck some dumb raiding party at your home like it was with Thrall (maybe Overlord Saurfang is a better example since they both are adepts at cleaving shit) would be priceless.

Who We Are

We are from Mumbai’s red-light area.

We are daughters of sex workers.

We are girls who were trafficked.

We are survivors.

We are young women with big plans and big dreams.

We are leaders.

We are agents of change.

Kranti means “Revolution” in Hindi – and we are the Revolutionaries!

What We Do

Kranti is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that empowers girls from Mumbai’s red-light areas to become agents of social change. Kranti believes that, when girls like us have access to the same education, training, and opportunities as people from privileged backgrounds, we can become exceptional leaders.

Our backgrounds give us added value as leaders and agents of social change because we’ve had to develop innovativeness, compassion, and resilience in the face of marginalization and discrimination. By combining our experiences with the support, opportunities, and confidence Kranti gives us, we can revolutionize not only our own lives, but also our community, the people around us, and all of India. Look out world – here come the Revolutionaries!

How We Get There

Therapy: Because change starts from within
At Kranti, we believe that the first and most important step of becoming a social change agent is learning to love oneself. All of the Revolutionaries have faced abuse, rape, and other types of violence, as well as the emotional and mental burden of coming from India’s most marginalized populations. To help us overcome society’s prejudice toward us, our mothers, and our community, Kranti offers many kinds of therapy, including art therapy, dance movement therapy, and cognitive based therapy.

Education: Because changing the world requires critical thinking as well as literacy
At Kranti, we believe the purpose of education is not to attain employment; it is to achieve empowerment and social change. We study in mainstream schools and open schools, and attend trainings with partner NGOs, including Swaraj, PWESCR, CREA, and Pravah. We are also free to design our own curriculum and measure our own progress.

Extracurricular: Because social change is led by well-rounded human beings
Each Revolutionary is required to take two extracurricular activities: one physical and one artistic. We’re learning everything from photography, drawing, singing, piano, and drums to karate and dance!

Social Justice: Because social change must be taught and learned
The Social Justice Curriculum covers 20 topics including caste, class, religion, environment, gender, sexuality, and women’s rights. Through a combination of workshops, documentaries, theatre, guest speakers, and field trips, we learn about the root causes of India’s biggest social justice problems, what the situation is today, and how we can help solve the problem. We even get to design and implement our own projects for each social justice unit.

Workshops and Theater: Because changing the world requires practice
We have led dozens of interactive workshops across India for over 15,000 people at schools, companies and NGOs; topics range from trafficking and sex work to gender equality and sexual abuse. We have also written a play about their lives, which we have performed in over 50 venues in India. By telling our stories, we’ve changed audiences’ mindsets about us, our moms, and our community.

Travel: Because you can’t change the world without seeing it first
Kranti takes between 3 and 5 trips each year, including an annual Himalayan trek in India, Nepal, or Bhutan. Traveling provides the opportunity to learn from various NGOs and to lead workshops around the country, as well as develop the confidence, grit, and resilience that can only come from traveling.

anonymous asked:

i know this might be hard to answer, but after what people have seen of Black Legion will writers make Abaddon more on line with that characterization instead of the thug of the HH, or will they continue with it? because in Night Lords we see a great bland of both, (because ADB wrote it, natch) while still making him amicable and charismatic.

I’d have to have read the Horus Heresy properly to be able to answer this.  Given that I have the Humble bundle You’d think that’d be easy but nah. e-books are my actual nemesis until I have the luxury of a smartphone or a tablet/kindle/whatever.  

I think that Black Legion and Talon of Horus are the direction they’re intent to take him in, but with all things there will be quirks of the author in any interpretation. Some may favor the aloof swagger over strained and tired, others still might prefer a despot seething beneath a thin veil of composure. 

I remember he felt kind of…bland, in Dawn of War 2, though it was very brief and just to sass Torquil for being a lil’ bitch.  I’m sure he’s slightly different again in battlefleet gothic, though I haven’t played that.

POINT IS, They’re trying to undo years of fan shitting and I think that the current charisma boss is the way to do that. I find that, in general, if there is a little bit of likeable and humor to the giant fuckoff murder machine people will like them more. And I get the feeling that might be important for whatever happens next.


By Tom Secker

                       Films are Not Your Friends             

A few weeks ago Matt and I were invited to Portsmouth University to give a presentation on our research and analysis for National Security Cinema.  We opted to do an interactive multi-media workshop that explains how the relationship between government and Hollywood works, and how this influences what we end up watching on screen.  With the help of video clips and a very friendly audience playing along, this was a funny and informative talk that was a lot of fun to do.  


In January 2015 the Philharmonie de Paris opened its doors, hosting the Orchestra of Paris and symphonies from around the world, as well as musicians of all backgrounds, delivering a plethora of musical discoveries.

Since its inauguration, the Philharmonie de Paris has worked on the principle of accessibility and open-mindedness, towards music and people.

The institution is hoping to tear down barriers between different musical styles and their audiences. With exceptional acoustics, international programming, new types of concerts and interactive workshops, it promises to lure in even the most demanding of music-lovers, not to mention amateurs and families alike.

Under the tagline « no limits to music » BETC Paris has created 3 appetizing visuals with a colourful pop aesthetic. The eye-popping visuals with their mixed references to food and music have a clear message - come and devour music at the Philharmonie de Paris.


28/6/2016: Crown Prince Hussein joined on Tuesday, which marks his 22nd birthday, a group of youth and children in two interactive workshops that were organized within “Tahseen Initiative” at the Naour Youth Center.

The initiative, which was launched by the Crown Prince Foundation aims to protect young Jordanians against the dangers of addiction and smoking. He took part in the first interactive workshop that coincides with the World No Tobacco Day, and included questions on data related to smoking and addiction and their negative effects.

In the second interactive workshop, Prince Hussein viewed paintings by children aged 9-12 in which they highlighted the negative effects of smoking. He stressed the importance of the initiative that seeks to raise awareness among Jordanian youths on the effects of addiction on their lives to enable them to take positive decisions related to their life and health. (Source: Petra)



CANVAS Arts Action Programs is an innovative non-profit in Toronto where we create arts-based workshops for schools to educate youth on the topics of gender, identity, and consent. 

After a year of empathy-building and inspiring visits, our grant funding has ended for this project. 

This is where we ask for your help. 

Every dollar donated to our Kickstarter campaign will go towards bringing interactive workshops to schools which focus on LGBTQ* education/inclusion and reducing homophobia.

Join us in this mission! Bring LGBTQ* education to schools!

thejacksonteller replied to your photo: I am thrilled to announce that I am going to be…

how exciting! what does that entail?

When Wicked has groups come to the show, they have an option to attend an Interactive Workshop before the show (The Girl Scouts are the largest clients, 5k+ scouts attend the workshops every year). At that workshop they are taught about the show (Gregory Maguire, the original L Frank Baum novel etc) and they participate in a sing along and a character interaction before the full production.
As Morrible my job is to host the information session, and /play/ Morrible during the shortened production.


Eternal Crusade gameplay footage.