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ohdeargodwhy:

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oh my god we could’ve had a vastra, jenny and strax spin off series but moffat said no because if he can’t write it no-one is allowed to oh god we could’ve had a vastra and jenny spin off NOT WRITTEN BY MOFFAT HOW GREAT THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN

— 1 week ago with 413 notes

making-souffles-in-the-tardis:

Can we get a Jenny/ Vastra spin-off?

— 1 week ago with 78 notes
THE FACE →

waystotellyourewhovian:

GUYS, I THINK I CRACKED IT. HIS FACE.image

WE ALL KNOW WHERE IT’S FROM. IT’S THE SAME AS THIS GUY.image

AND YOU KNOW WHY? REMEMBER WHAT WAS SAID ABOUT ELEVEN?

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But I don’t think he wanted to be that man any more. The man that forgets everything. The man that didn’t try and save everyone. The man…

— 1 week ago with 1126 notes

steampunktendencies:

Chateau Nottebohm, municipality of Brecht, province of Antwerp, Belgium (Vince)

"This abandoned home belonged to a Mr. Nottebohm and dates back to the early 20th century. There are postcards which feature this home that were published in 1908. There are rumors and tales that at one time the wealthy German family lived in this grandiose Belgian manor but left sometime during the second World war. After the war, Mr. Nottebohm never returned and the eccentrically styled house has been abandoned ever since.

Much of the interior is destroyed with access to the upper floors either difficult or impossible. Suggestions indicate that stability of the stately home is very bad and seems ready to collapse at any moment. The manor was thought to be haunted as well and the LPI – International (League of Paranormal Investigators) even did a case on the Nottebohm Mansion but it proved inconclusive.” (abandoned playgrounds)

— 2 weeks ago with 3190 notes

winchesterson:

perplexingly:

geosaurus:

perplexingly:

Imagine dragons sleeping the same way giraffes do

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Yessss! I wanna draw sleeping dragons tooo

Maybe they sleep like camels…image

or cats…

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or…. uh… snakes?

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Yeeeeaaaaah

Or maybe they sleep on trees

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There is nothing about this post I don’t love

(via tritonushh)

— 3 weeks ago with 67596 notes
What Happens When a Supermodel Violates Your Copyright →

littlemissmetamorph:

neimhaille:

durnesque-esque:

This is incredibly important. This article talks about photography specifically, but consider it as it applies to all kinds of art theft. 

Every time you post a piece of art - photography, artisan crafts, digital, or traditional art - without credit, you are depriving the artist the benefit of their work being seen. 

It absolutely pisses me off every time I see people saying “it’s a compliment, that so many people are seeing their art” - how the hell is it a compliment if NOBODY knows who the artist is? 

In this digital age it is CRITICAL for artists to use the internet, because that is the where the consumers are, but it is also insanely dangerous because all it takes is one person posting their art without credit for the artist to lose all ownership of the work they have done. 

Hours of work: meaningless

Cost of labor: irrelevant

Advertising potential: deleted

It is not a compliment for thousands of people to see your work without knowing it is yours. The highest and only honest compliment is to post work with credit. 

And it is not that fucking difficult to do. Weheartit is not a source. Pinterest is not a source. DeviantArt, art share websites, personal art blogs and facebook pages ARE sources. FIND them. 

If you find work you want to share, right click on the picture, copy the URL, and then go to Google image search, click the camera icon in the search bar and use the URL to find a webpage with the artist information. Most searches take 2 mins or less. If the artist has a tumblr - REBLOG FROM THEIR TUMBLR. 

This is true respect. 

Your consideration of the artist allows for their work to continue, credited and supported. 

Reblogging for the commentary, still need to read the original.

this is the most important bit  - Every time you post a piece of art - photography, artisan crafts, digital, or traditional art - without credit, you are depriving the artist the benefit of their work being seen. ….and so much more.

— 3 weeks ago with 202 notes

doctorwho:

Titan’s Twelfth Doctor Comics Revealed

Titan Comics has revealed the first batch of covers and creator details for its upcoming range of Twelfth Doctor comics, available from 1 October 2014.

Writer Robbie Morrison (The Authority2000AD) and artist Dave Taylor (Batman: Death By Design,2000AD) are behind the ongoing series. Plot details and interior cover art are being hidden away behind a locked TARDIS door for now.

The main cover image (above) is by Alice X Zhang. There are five separate retailer incentive covers (below, click each cover for a larger version), including a Capaldi photo cover, a blank sketch cover and an illustrated picture of Clara by Mariano Laclaustra.

Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor issue one is available for pre-order in comic shops now. Curiously it will only be available digitally in the UK and Ireland due to licensing restrictions. [x]

In case you missed it!

— 4 weeks ago with 1450 notes
windofthestars:

Happy Moonie Monday! Lovely photo by Shila Forsman Photography.  #sailormoon #cosplay #sweden

windofthestars:

Happy Moonie Monday!
Lovely photo by Shila Forsman Photography.
#sailormoon #cosplay #sweden

— 4 weeks ago with 28 notes