via  ulquiorracifer  (originally  kingdomfantasy)
posted 9 minutes ago · 19/4/2014 · 6,788 notes
#ff

gingerhaze:

so I’ve been thinking a lot lately about armor for people with curves and big breasts, and a trend I’ve noticed among “anti-boobplate” circles where the positive examples highlighted tend to work best for people with flat or smaller chests. It’s definitely a conversation we should be having, since most boobplate looks ridiculous, and as it’s been pointed out by many, many people all mostly quoting the same article, could kill you if you fell forward. However, I worry sometimes that people take these arguments to their logical extremes, and lump breasts and curves in with the problem, or make boring outfits in the name of “practicality.”
So I wanted to draw some armor that is at least believable, if not practical, and works with a curvy figure without sexualizing it. Would this actually work in real life as real armor? Probably not? But I’m not sure that’s the most important thing to focus on, unless you’re making a gritty, realistic, historically-accurate work. For fantasy? COOLNESS is what counts. I’m all for seeing non-sexualized, diverse ladytypes with functional armor, as long as the coolness factor doesn’t get lost!

gingerhaze:

so I’ve been thinking a lot lately about armor for people with curves and big breasts, and a trend I’ve noticed among “anti-boobplate” circles where the positive examples highlighted tend to work best for people with flat or smaller chests. It’s definitely a conversation we should be having, since most boobplate looks ridiculous, and as it’s been pointed out by many, many people all mostly quoting the same article, could kill you if you fell forward. However, I worry sometimes that people take these arguments to their logical extremes, and lump breasts and curves in with the problem, or make boring outfits in the name of “practicality.”

So I wanted to draw some armor that is at least believable, if not practical, and works with a curvy figure without sexualizing it. Would this actually work in real life as real armor? Probably not? But I’m not sure that’s the most important thing to focus on, unless you’re making a gritty, realistic, historically-accurate work. For fantasy? COOLNESS is what counts. I’m all for seeing non-sexualized, diverse ladytypes with functional armor, as long as the coolness factor doesn’t get lost!

via  ashelisms  (originally  gingerhaze)
posted 48 minutes ago · 19/4/2014 · 7,762 notes

via  ashelisms  (originally  fassys)
posted 1 hour ago · 19/4/2014 · 17,222 notes

Although you are very small and your kind have existed in the universe for only a short time, you are an important part of something very large and very beautiful.
- my astronomy text book getting real sweet  (via neybooto)
via  isaviel  (originally  neyruto)
posted 2 hours ago · 19/4/2014 · 55,384 notes

zarryforlife:

Boy Oh Boy - Diplo & GTA

via  theoctopusqueen  (originally  zarryforlife)
posted 2 hours ago · 19/4/2014 · 297 notes

via  sweet-decay  (originally  zachillios)
posted 3 hours ago · 19/4/2014 · 1,749 notes
#pmmm

villa-rosie:

Kneeling Man Embracing a Standing Woman, Gustav Vigeland

villa-rosie:

Kneeling Man Embracing a Standing Woman, Gustav Vigeland

via  pancakestein  (originally  villa-rosie)
posted 4 hours ago · 19/4/2014 · 35,452 notes

darthdaenerys:

Hayden Christensen being a goofball in the Star Wars Episode II bloopers

via  nightmareloki  (originally  darthdaenerys)
posted 7 hours ago · 18/4/2014 · 769 notes
#he's like one of those puppies with paws too big for their legs who jsut run and trip over everything #star wars

via  sweet-decay  (originally  amazimgphil)
posted 7 hours ago · 18/4/2014 · 27,753 notes

magnezone:

not being cuddled currently which is weird, unideal, bad 

via  wyrmteeth  (originally  magnezone)
posted 8 hours ago · 18/4/2014 · 33,257 notes