I was talking with @ask-drunk-chara and she claimed that Pyro could be a good drinking buddy for Bottles, but the longer I thought about it, the more I imagined Pyro simply going out with Bottles just to make sure they don’t do anything stupid and can get home safely.


Always makes me smile. Utter Choonage

question of the day:

If Midorima had a bet with Murasakibara that he could dunk in a game before Murasakibara could hit a 3, who would win?

I’m sorry, but guys are we going to ignore the fact that the Tidelord literally sits in a cave and moans all day about how much the future sucks. Like seriously. I imagine the job of an Exalted Water Flight dragon entails mostly of: “Excuse me, your majesty, but-” “We’re all gonna dieeeee. Everything suuuuucks and nothing matters.” “…Your majesty, I brought rum.” “Give it here now. I need to get seriously drunk to forget my latest vision.” “Yes your majesty.”

 personally, i think that kaijo will forever and always be seirin’s original rivals. their rivalry is something you can’t say, “oh rakuzan should be their original rivals” like no. you can’t compare kaijo’s and seirin’s rivalry to another, it’s just too unique to the point i dont even know how its unique, it just is.


Well time to announce that Sinja week is happening this year, but first of all I need some mods. Anyone is free to apply because I will be super busy so just send me a message for further details.

For now I will just be recruiting mods after talking over it we will announce a week and the theme for each day. Knowing Photoshop would be an asset.



Justice - D.A.N.C.E. (Feat. Mos Def And Spank Rock) (Benny Blanco Remix)

I would never associate Justice with rap music, but this is just soo freaking awesome

What should Giogio dress up as for Halloween?

(( Leave your ideas in the replies! I already have a few ideas but i want to see if anyone has anything better. If you have a couple costume idea you’d wanna do with your muse and my giogio throw that in too! ))

Tiny Code Tutorial

ghosterd615 asked about a code art tutorial. Here’s a short one to start with. It draws random lines and circles.

I like to draw things by writing code. I use PostScript for printed projects, and JavaScript for web-browser art and animations. I use a plain text editor to write my code.

What does code look like?

Here is a short PostScript program:

% PostScript, random lines & circles
/randxy {% _ => x y
	rand 500 mod    % random x position
	rand 500 mod    % random y position
} def

/r {dup length rand exch mod get} def	% array => rand-item
/whitefill {gsave 1 setcolor fill grestore stroke} def
/circle {0 0 3 -1 roll 0 360 arc} def	% radius =>_

25{%repeat, shape groups
		randxy moveto   % random start pt
		randxy lineto   % random end pt
		stroke          % show line
		randxy translate    % random center
		[1 2 3 4 5] r 9 mul % random radius
		circle whitefill    % show shape
showpage	% end page

It drew this:

Here is JavaScript and HTML Canvas code, to draw the same thing:

<title>Random Lines and Circles</title>

<canvas width=500 height=500>
	<p>(To see Canvas, upgrade browser.)</p>

// JavaScript starts here
var canvas = document.getElementsByTagName("canvas")[0];
var c = canvas.getContext("2d");
// get random item from array:
function ri(ar){return ar[Math.random()*ar.length|0];}

for (var i=0;i<26;i++){;
		c.moveTo(Math.random()*500, Math.random()*500);
		c.lineTo(Math.random()*500, Math.random()*500);
		c.arc(Math.random()*500, Math.random()*500, 
			ri([1,2,3,4,5,6])*9, 0, Math.PI*2, false);
		c.fillStyle = "#fff";  /* white */
// JavaScript ends here

Seeing What Code Draws

Open a text editor app. Create a new (blank) text document. Type, or copy and paste, one of these programs into the new document. Save the file as a plain text file, not rich text.

The HTML with JavaScript filename should end in ’.html’ (like: test.html). Open the HTML file in a web browser to see the canvas image.

The PostScript filename must end in ’.ps’ (like: To view the PostScript file, you can open it in Photoshop or Illustrator, or you can convert it to a PDF file, with Acrobat Distiller, or (in Mac OS) by double-clicking on the file.

(To view and debug my PostScript files, I’ve also used software like GhostScript or MacGhostView.)