territories

Infinite Infrastructure: Drawings of Tokyo Stations by Tomoyuki Tanaka

http://socks-studio.com/2016/08/27/infinite-infrastructure-drawings-of-tokyo-stations-by-tomoyuki-tanaka/

Tomoyuki Tanaka is a Japanese architect who creates mesmerizing x-ray drawings of Tokyo’s major stations. These are precise ballpoint pen descriptions of the extremely complex transportation hubs, executed as to show the relationship between the buildings and the infrastructures and…

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ballpoint pen, drawings, infrastructures, Japan, stations, tokyo, Architecture, Art, Technology, Territories

anonymous asked:

I wonder does the fact that your brother is part of the Empire and you are the Empire (therefore he is the dependent one but with power) reflects in your interactions, day-to-day life and general relationship? I'm guessing it can get complicated?

I still look up to him, so to me the difference in power isn’t really noticeable. 

Mer!Sterek AU

Stiles and Derek are mermen from different tribes, and each decide to visit a human village at the edge of their territories. Stiles is on a rite of passage, maybe, or just curious, while Derek’s checking in for safety purposes – making sure the humans don’t know anything about his kind after a recent close call when Erica’s curiosity ran away from her and she swam too close to a ship.

They meet and fall in love, but are, of course, forbidden to reveal their true natures while they’re in human form. Cue tension and flirting and each of them trying to fake their way through being human while the other fakes his way through recognizing all the human items and rituals. (Picture Stiles combing his hair with a fork while Derek nods along seriously, and the waiter just stares on, baffled).

And of course tons of pointless angsting about having to choose between worlds, and can they leave their families and the ocean and everything they know to be with each other… until something happens – maybe the boat they’re in topples (because face it, neither of them knows how to use a boat anyway) in deep water, and they’re each terrified of the other drowning because humans can’t survive in water so they transform to swim the other to the surface, and they’re each trying to save each other for a full five seconds before they realize each other have tails.

Galathan as a companion in the inquisition

Based on a meme by swevani. I received some asks from people too, but I’ll be replying them one by one each day.

<b>1. If not for the Conclave, what would drive your character to join the Inquisition?</b>

Galathan would join the Inquisition not only to help to seal the Breach, but to also see the world beyond the forest.

His father was one of the hunters who would lead in the front when the clan decided to relocate campsite. He would always bring Galathan with him and taught him how to track routes, things to look for from entering dangerous territories and navigate using the stars as maps. Even after his father’s death, the skill he taught him never subsided and now lead the clan just like his father did.

Galathan loves travelling and even got a bit of his mother’s family side of boldness and sense of adventures. Living among with his people and tending the hallas are great, but the routine just gets a bit repetitive for him.

The fact that he was picked as the first of the Keeper, he decided it would be a good time to venture out while he’s still young and free, and the opening of the breach was the perfect timing for him.

wrendybird  asked:

F and M!

F: Care to share a favorite hurt/comfort fic?
Hm… Ok, I love this fic “Wolf in the House” that has feral/wolf!Derek after he’s been kidnapped and tortured, and the Stilinskis taking him in and looking after him.

M: Got any premises on the back burner that you’d care to share?
Ok, so here’s something I’ve been thinking “I’m gonna write this” all summer but… well. Here we are. :P

Mermaid AU

Stiles and Derek are mermen from different tribes; each decide to visit a human village at the edge of their territories. Stiles is on a rite of passage, maybe, or just curious, while Derek’s checking in for safety purposes – making sure the humans don’t know anything about his kind after a recent close call when Erica’s curiosity ran away from her and she swam too close to a ship.

They meet and fall in love, but are of course forbidden to reveal their true natures while they’re in human form. Cue tension and flirting and each of them trying to fake their way through being human while the other fakes his way through recognizing all the human items and rituals. (Picture Stiles combing his hair with a fork while Derek nods along seriously, and the waiter just stares on, baffled). 

And of course tons of pointless angsting about having to choose between worlds, and can they leave their families and the ocean and everything they know to be with each other… until something happens – maybe the boat they’re in topples (because face it, neither of them know how to use a boat anyway) in deep water, and they’re each terrified of the other drowning because humans can’t survive in water so they transform, and they’re each trying to save each other for a full five seconds before they realize each other have tails.

asking the real questions

anonymous asked:

That whole 'wanting large/muscular women to beat me up' thing is gross to me because it paints large women as violent and angry which is a stigma that affects them really badly ): it like really makes me sad seeing that be popular culture in feminist circles

I didn’t mean for my joke post to turn into discourse but yeah, there is some bad stuff to that at times. It’s also very commonly used on black women, even small framed black women and that’s a very harmful bit of racist misogyny right there that we shouldn’t ignore, especially for those of us who are white (like me).

So people should be mindful of that and careful about who they’re saying this about and how they’re saying it. You know the sort of basic self analysis thing we should be generally doing imo

Like obviously I don’t think every instance of it is a problem but sometimes it gets into “problematique” territory. 

Seregios, The Ultimate Rival

Seregios, the poster boy of Monster Hunter 4G/4U, the ultimate rival of Rathalos, in fact, Steve was created for the sole purpose of being the rival of Rathalos. “The Thousand Blade Wyvern” is by far my favorite flagship monster in the entire series, and i have a thing for collecting all of it’s weapons. 

The bleeding status was introduced thanks to Steve, its a nasty blight that causes you to take Damage when running, rolling and performing actions other than walking due to your wound. There are many remedies for bleeding though,  Well-Done Steak, Mosswine Jerky, Sushifish or crouch for awhile. As a side effect, curing Bleeding will also improve natural recovery for a short time.
By the by, in MHGen  Shogun Ceanataur and  Silverwind Nargacuga can also cause bleeding.

Seregios are apex predators at heart, and they are extremely aggressive wyverns who steal territory, though they weren’t always like this, they would usually settle in small isolated places that are relatively unknown, which is largely the reason why they were recently discovered, they were never around for the guild to actually look into and research. That is, not until the Gore Magala and its frenzy virus came around. Why? well because the Apex state wouldn’t exist without the frenzy, and that’s what drove many Seregios out of their isolated Habitats, an Apex Seregios on the path of destruction.

Although Rathalos is the king of the skies, Seregios is pretty close to being the same, if not better. Their like hawks, they can quickly swoop down and clutch on to pray. The feet on a Seregios are by far the strongest part of their body, it’s what makes them top notch aerial hunters. 

errorcritical  asked:

literal muddy OCs

I feel somewhat challenged by this so I’m gonna make up some muddy ocs

  • It’s a small community of mud men. (Although mud people would be slightly more accurate. Plenty of masculine, feminine, and ambiguous shapes in there and they’re all just “meh” about gender identity.)
  • They’re quiet people, generally sticking to themselves and their designated areas in the Northwestern rain forests.
  • They like to tend to the vegetation around them. One could say they’re like gardeners but they don’t try to organize the plant life, just help it thrive.
  • They’re not aggressive or territorial either. If something comes near them they assume the form of a mud puddle and do their best to wait things out.
  • Lord help you though if you do end up invoking their wrath because the whole community will attack, and their way of attacking is just to literally bury the threat within themselves and drown it.

That’s it. That’s all I got.

Knitting Together Individual Frames of a Larger Narrative: Paul Flannery, Drawings

http://socks-studio.com/2015/03/02/knitting-together-individual-frames-of-a-larger-narrative-paul-flannery-drawings/

Paul Flannery is a multimedia artist. Not much is knows about his work and life, apart of the following introduction he wrote about his pencil drawings: My drawings illustrate ways in which individual bodies connect together and interact to create a communal whole. As such they act as a kind of …

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architecture parlante, bodies, community, drawings, social networks, Architecture, Art, Territories