the screencaps are weird though


Skip Muck (feat. That one thing we all pretend didn’t happen) + text posts (4/?)


There is love in your body but you can’t hold itin
It  p o u r s  from your eyes and  s p i l l s  from your skin

anonymous asked:

How come you didn't by draw your own icon? I bet you could draw an awesome Daphnie

because i enjoy my legacy of using weird scooby doo screencaps instead

really though it’s because i’m always finding faults with my own art up to minutes after i’ve finished and posted it, so i’d constantly be changing my icon because i’d start hating every new one within a day at most. it’s too much stress to constantly do that, so i’d much rather just stick to silly screencaps from a show i love.

this also isn’t an art blog per se, just a personal blog which includes a lot of art, so i don’t see any obligation to draw my own icon when there are other pictures i’d rather be using instead. i’d probably draw my own icon if i ever made a blog 100% devoted to pure art, but that’s not gonna happen anytime soon so the scooby screencaps are staying

continuing in the “i care too much about these fictional characters’ computer usage” series of posts, L’s laptop. as @teruzuki pointed out, the apple logo is actually visible in this screencap, and i was able to find (with a little digging) the exact model this computer seems to be:

a 2001 mac titanium powerbook g4.

what’s really weird about the above screencap, though, is the operating software. it’s quite old. OS X was released in march of 2001, and though the g4 came out a couple months earlier, by the end of 2003 i’d think L would have upgraded his laptop (g4 powerbooks were compatible with new OS releases up until 2007.) however, L’s laptop is still running OS 9, which was discontinued in december of 2001.

also, interestingly, there are only two icons on his desktop other than the computer harddrive and the trash. quicktime movie player, and a single .mov file that seems to be called “”.

make of all that what you will.