nicerobotfriend:

i always see advice to artists from abled guys thats like “draw every day even on the days where you feel totally uninspired and like you cant even pick up a pencil” and i actually think that advice sucks and is terrible because some of us will spiral out of control into horrible depressive episodes if we force ourselves to draw on days where we feel terrible and end up with something less than spectacular so my advice to artists is “take breaks and love yourselves”

mindfulwrath:

sekretsu:

zombiefauns:

i’ve figured out that horror games with grotesque monsters and spooky environments are -0009 scary if you pretend you’re steve irwin on a mission to document the monster(s)

"Lookie there. That’s a six-foot grunt from the basement. A’hm gonna wrassle it."

brb gonna try this with Alien Isolation

i would pay real money to hear markiplier do this

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Happening Now (10.13.14): Thousands of students from SLU join Ferguson and Shaw protesters, in solidarity with their fight for justice for victims of police brutality. This is a movement in action. #staywoke #fergusonoctober

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Happening Now (10.13.14): Thousands of students from SLU join Ferguson and Shaw protesters, in solidarity with their fight for justice for victims of police brutality. This is a movement in action. #staywoke #fergusonoctober

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Happening Now (10.13.14): Thousands of students from SLU join Ferguson and Shaw protesters, in solidarity with their fight for justice for victims of police brutality. This is a movement in action. #staywoke #fergusonoctober

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Happening Now (10.13.14): Thousands of students from SLU join Ferguson and Shaw protesters, in solidarity with their fight for justice for victims of police brutality. This is a movement in action. #staywoke #fergusonoctober

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Happening Now (10.13.14): Thousands of students from SLU join Ferguson and Shaw protesters, in solidarity with their fight for justice for victims of police brutality. This is a movement in action. #staywoke #fergusonoctober

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Happening Now (10.13.14): Thousands of students from SLU join Ferguson and Shaw protesters, in solidarity with their fight for justice for victims of police brutality. This is a movement in action. #staywoke #fergusonoctober

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gameofthronesdaily:

 Day followed day, and night followed night, until Dany knew she could not endure a moment longer. She would kill herself rather than go on, she decided one night…. 
Yet when she slept that night, she dreamt the dragon dream again…
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gameofthronesdaily:

 Day followed day, and night followed night, until Dany knew she could not endure a moment longer. She would kill herself rather than go on, she decided one night…. 
Yet when she slept that night, she dreamt the dragon dream again…
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gameofthronesdaily:

Day followed day, and night followed night, until Dany knew she could not endure a moment longer. She would kill herself rather than go on, she decided one night….

Yet when she slept that night, she dreamt the dragon dream again…

classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.
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classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.
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classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.
Zoom Info
classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.
Zoom Info
classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.
Zoom Info
classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.
Zoom Info
classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.
Zoom Info
classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.
Zoom Info
classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.
Zoom Info
classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.
Zoom Info

classictrek:

Reader Alexander was kind enough to send over the cover and interior illustrations for the German edition of Star Trek: Mission To Horatius, which was published in 1970, three years before the show actually aired in the country. As nobody had seen the program (or had been given any kind of reference material), the illustrators were left to their own devices and came up with a radically different interpretation of our favorite science fiction franchise.