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unclefather:

Fuck this baby

unclefather:

Fuck this baby

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Whenever I sign autographs, they always ask me, “Write ‘Eat Brains’!” I don’t understand what that means. I’ve never had a zombie eat a brain. But it’s become this landmark thing.- George A. Romero

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cogcomics:

by Farel Dalrymple

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meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Mockman

Ravenloft

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Mockman

Ravenloft

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asylum-art:

Nicolas Delort

Artist on Tumblr | on Behance 

Nicolas Delort is a freelance illustrator based in Paris, France. His monochrome pen and ink drawings show a taste for the fantastical, as evidenced by his numerous Harry Potter-themed pieces. The line quality in Delort’s  work is astounding, and we’re more than a little reminded of another French great by the name of Gustave Doré.

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pleatedjeans:

HURR HURR I’M A DOG [x]

pleatedjeans:

HURR HURR I’M A DOG [x]

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Video: Nick Offerman Recites Some Profound Shower Thoughts [gifs via]

kedvenc karakter, nincs az a vígjáték ami ezt übereli

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An expertly done three point turn

Weren’t expecting that house

#I have never seen someone nope that hard before

#our house #in the middle of the street

Oh my fuck THOSE TAGS


is that car even real

pizzaprty420:

creativekarateka:

karkatlicious:

avidoatlion:

lifemocker:

thejordanator:

An expertly done three point turn

Weren’t expecting that house

#I have never seen someone nope that hard before

#our house #in the middle of the street

Oh my fuck THOSE TAGS

is that car even real

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art-of-swords:

The Mysterious Geometry of Swordsmanship, Gorgeously Illustrated
By Daniel Margocsy
Girard Thibault’s ‘Académie de l’Espée’ (1628) puts the art of wielding the sword on mathematical foundations. For Thibault, a Dutch fencing master from the early seventeenth century, geometrical rules determined each and every aspect of fencing.
For example, the length of your rapier’s blade should never exceed the distance between your feet and the navel, and your movements in a fight should always be along the lines of a circle whose diameter is equal to your height.
The rest of his manual, geared towards gentlemanly readers who took up fencing as a noble sport, is filled with similar geometrical arguments about the choreography of swordsmanship. Thibault’s work belongs to the same tradition that produced Leonardo’s renowned Vitruvian Man.
According to the laws of proportion, the ideal human body could be inscribed in a circle, and one could easily compute the length of the main body parts as simple fractions of the length of the body. 
[ CONTINUE READING… ]

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Slate Group LLC.

art-of-swords:

The Mysterious Geometry of Swordsmanship, Gorgeously Illustrated

  • By Daniel Margocsy

Girard Thibault’s ‘Académie de l’Espée’ (1628) puts the art of wielding the sword on mathematical foundations. For Thibault, a Dutch fencing master from the early seventeenth century, geometrical rules determined each and every aspect of fencing.

For example, the length of your rapier’s blade should never exceed the distance between your feet and the navel, and your movements in a fight should always be along the lines of a circle whose diameter is equal to your height.

The rest of his manual, geared towards gentlemanly readers who took up fencing as a noble sport, is filled with similar geometrical arguments about the choreography of swordsmanship. Thibault’s work belongs to the same tradition that produced Leonardo’s renowned Vitruvian Man.

According to the laws of proportion, the ideal human body could be inscribed in a circle, and one could easily compute the length of the main body parts as simple fractions of the length of the body. 

[ CONTINUE READING… ]

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Slate Group LLC.

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riotatthemovies:

FUck this shIt I am outta here… night

riotatthemovies:

FUck this shIt I am outta here… night

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