thats the whole video

Quick recap, things we learned today

Things that make Harry’s heart beat fast:

  • Chelsea boots
  • Handsome semi-naked dudes from romantic comedies 

Things that make Harry’s heart beat moderately:

  • Old purple trainers

Things that don’t even register in Harry’s heart:

  • Beautiful famale models

there’s a good reason these tables are numbered honey, you just haven’t thought of it yet // panic! at the disco

you know what i really hate those ‘do’s and don’ts of drawing’ ‘’’tutorials’’’. they’re not tutorials. all they do is shame certain art styles and that’s?? kinda gross

you dont want to use pen pressure on your art? you wanna use bright colors? you wanna use that spray paint brush to shade your drawings?? hell yeah you do that!! as long as it makes you happy who cares what your art style looks like!!

(On mobile so I can’t add pictures but… I’m pretty sure when Arthur rolls out from under the van, you can see how much of his arm is left since his sleeves are up. Looks like when Mystery removed the arm he took the whole thing to the socket.)

anonymous asked:

So I really, really enjoyed the Shadowrun CRPGs Harebrained Schemes put out a few years ago. They were well written with good characters, and the combat was extremely well balanced. Like XCOM (as I understand it; I haven’t played XCOM) but with less punishing difficulty. The thing is, I haven’t found any game since with similar combat. Most tactical RPGs are too fiddly for my tastes, or have big-picture strategy elements that I don’t care for at all (again, like XCOM). Any recommendations?

I have to preface this post with a caveat that my taste in turn-based tactical CRPGs tends to run substantially more board-gamey than how Hairbrained’s Shadowrun series plays, so these may not be entirely what you’re looking for. That said, you could have a look at any of the following:

  • Children of Zodiarcs - A fantasy title that pairs a traditional battle grid with collectible card game elements: attacks and spells are played from a personalised deck of cards, and the outcome is determined by virtual dice rolls. The deckbuilding and dice-crafting systems are admittedly a little fiddly, but they completely replace the character and inventory management elements of more conventional CRPGs, so it really depends on which you find to be more obtrusive.

  • Phantom Brave - Fair warning: this one’s a PC port of a PS2 game, and while it’s not the worst port out there, it has all the usual issues attendant thereto. If that’s not a dealbreaker, though, you’ve got a very unique tactical wargame on your hands. In a nutshell, all of your units are ghosts, and you have to send them to possess objects on the battlefield in order to take corporeal form; the nature of the object modifies the stats of the resulting unit. On top of that, nearly everything can be wielded as a weapon - including opposing units!

  • Tahira: Echoes of the Astral Empire - If you just want to focus on individual battles, this is the game for you. Not only is there no character or inventory management, there isn’t even any grinding or recruitment; your available units and their stats are fixed for each scenario. The closest it comes to big-picture strategy are a handful of visual-novel-like decisions in the story bits. The sides are quite large, though - you’ll routinely be juggling a dozen units at once - and the difficulty can be pretty unforgiving unless you dial it down to the lowest setting.

  • Ticket to Earth - A tactical CRPG/puzzle game hybrid where the power of your attacks depends on matching symbols on the tiles you walk across as you move about the battlefield. It’s definitely on the light end as RPG elements go - the story is basically a framing device to justify the gameplay - so the characters, while likeable, aren’t particularly strongly characterised; you may want to look elsewhere if depth of writing is a must-have for you.

Stars Above

aahhh I dunno what to say about this, cept… it took forever and, man I really wish I could dance with Crona like this ;u;

Crona is agender and my headcanon Crona goes by she/her and he/him, I’m also agender and go by she/her, please respect our gender and pronouns
please do not like or reblog if you are kin with Crona or anything related, thank you for helping me keep my anxiety at a minimum!


Sebastian Vettel after his maiden victory as a Ferrari driver | Malaysian GP 2015

salty-nico  asked:

youtuber AU?

you mean one of my favorite aus???

  • nico does your basic vlog-type videos, just your good old story-telling things, with the occasional ghost hunt
    • like literally walks around a cemetery at 3 am and tries to find ghosts to talk to but ends up getting chased out by raccoons or something tbh and thats the whole video 
  • he lives with Reyna who is also a youtuber and is basically the epitome of Self-Care is Important like ends every video with “remember to drink a lot of water today” 
    • a lot of them are workout tips or her making inexpensive healthy snacks from scratch or makeup tutorials bc self care is having wings so sharp they could kill a man
  • since they live together nico and reyna appear in each other’s videos kind of frequently
    • like nico barely edits any of his videos so sometimes reyna will just walk in while hes filming and they’ll have like a five minute conversation and nico just won’t edit it out
    • reyna likes to force nico to bake with her and usually uses his face for her makeup tutorials bc it’s a lot easier to explain what you’re doing when you’re not doing it to yourself
    • reyna refuses to go on ghost hunts with nico bc she’s convinced he will get himself killed one of these days and with his luck that video will be a livestream
  • Will is not a youtuber bc my boy is busy all the time
    • he lives with kayla bc he can’t afford an apartment to himself and kayla’s the one that introduces him to nico and reyna’s channels and then he binge watches a ton of their videos in like a day bc will could stare at that boys face for 24 hours straight with no regrets
    • kayla and hazel know each other somehow so they set their stupid brothers up on a date
  • will ends up making appearances on both nico and reyna’s channels bc he starts spending like all of his free time with nico
    • like reyna makes a video thats basically just following nico and will around the apartment all day like shes making a nature documentary
    • nico tries to convince will to go on a ghost hunt with him but will values his life
  • sometimes nico stays up all night doing videos and will stays up all night studying so they just,,, sleep. all day.
  • also this is mostly irrelevant to the ship but
    • reyna hates going to the gym so she usually just works out at their apartment and has nico sit on her back while she does pushups (the first time will saw this he filmed it because he thought it was adorable and then reyna put the footage in her next video)
    • eventually reyna’s like “nico you’re too small this isn’t working” so she has will sit on her back instead and nico ends up with a video on his channel thats like twenty minutes long titled “they’re bonding” and its just will studying while reyna does pushups

this seems really long and a lot less solangelo than i intended but they’re there i promise

drop an au in my ask box and i’ll give you a list of headcanons!

anonymous asked:

when the first iron man movie came out in cinemas i was like... 12? or something and i thought iron man was THE BEST and tony was sooo funny. and then... you grow up and you go into the real world and you actually meet people like tony stark i.e. people who constantly antagonise others and are assholes just for the sake of being assholes and you realise... dude's not funny, he's just a douchebag.

I had this conversation with my mum like 2 days ago because she’d asked me what I thought of Homecoming and I told her that I thought it was really interesting the way they presented The Vulture and how I personally, had he not done the murdering people thing, really would not have called him a villain, and how I think Tony’s behaviour in the last few movies has been more villainous than the actual antagonists. And like we were really discussing it and she goes “It’s surprising to me how much you dislike Tony now, because when this Marvel movie thing all started, you were such a big fan of Iron Man, I wouldn’t have expected such a change in opinion” and she’s not wrong. When I was 11 years old with no real perspective, no real world context to apply to the media I was consuming, when I took everything at face value, he was a funny dude. He was sarcastic and I, like most people, like to laugh, and his films had quips and quick wit and they were funny to me at 11 years old. 

However I’m not 11 years old anymore, I’m 20 years old, and I have travelled extensively, I have learnt so much more, I have broadened my world view, I have had my eyes opened to the reality of privilege vs oppression and the inequalities of our world, and I now know that men like Tony Stark are the men, that quite literally, get away with murder. They’re the men that are responsible for the massive inequalities in wealth across class systems. They’re the men that have grown up with everything, and don’t like to be told no, and feel they’re entitled to whatever they so desire. They’re the men that care about profit and not who suffers to get it for them. They’re the men who think it’s fine if they commit crimes because they’re rich and successful and renowned world over, so they’re never going to be punished for it. They’re the men that say and do disgusting things, but because they’re considered charming and personable, they get rewarded rather than punished. They’re the men that hurt other people but don’t get punished for it because the system wouldn’t want to ruin their life with that bad press. 

So at 20 years old, aware of the society we live in, aware of the way the world is, and aware of how popular media shapes the way we as a species interact with each other and the world at large and the way we respond to other people, I can’t sit here and say “he’s flawed! but he’s still a hero! he’s trying!” because I really do not see him as one. I don’t see a rich and powerful man with an ego so big it would need it’s own private plane, who consistently ignores the advice of others because he thinks he knows better, buys himself out of all sorts of trouble that people less well off than him would be massively punished for, resorts to violence when he feels threatened/cornered/like things aren’t going his way - I don’t see that as heroic. I see that as someone who is being pandered to, when what they actually need is to be held accountable for the amount of negative stuff they’ve done. And I think the continuous excusing of his behaviours, and the placing of him on a pedestal despite his behaviours only highlights a bigger problem in society. In that if you’re rich and popular you’re basically untouchable, and even more so if you’re white. It’s something we see all the time in real life too, the fact that Justin Bieber can do the amount of dumbass things he’s done, and treated his fans as badly as he has and yet still somehow has a career is one example. Donald Trump being the fucking president of the United States is another example on a much larger scale. 

I just can’t see him as a good guy, or even as a flawed character still worth investing in anymore, because I see enough men like Tony Stark in every aspect of my daily life. And they’re exhausting in the real world and he’s exhausting in this fictional one. 

Ok kiddos let me explain you a thing right now:
If you are watching a video and the sound is clear, that video was staged.

You ever actually listen to the shit you record in your phone? You ever wonder why your home movies sound so terrible?

Let me let you in on a little filmmaker’s secret ok:

So the next time you see a video that seems horrible or awful or sweet oh what-fucking-ever, listen to it.

Cause if it looks windy and there’s no wind noise? It’s staged.

If the camera is about 20 ft from the subject yet sounds like the person is sitting right next to you? It’s staged.

Granted there are ways around this, but those require an actual crew. So if you’re watching a documentary that has an actual budget, then yeah sure it might not be staged (though that’s been known to happen in docs as well).

But if this video is being passed off as “candid” or surreptitious “phone” recording, just know it’s fake. It’s staged. There is only so much you can fix in post.