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steampunktendencies:

Headdress & Winged Harness designed and made by Rob Goodwin

Costume Design: David Bamber

Photographer: Diego Indraccolo

Ballerina: Ksenia Ovsyanick

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i think i’ve reblogged this 15 times idec it’s so PRETTYYY

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howpleasantlyawkward:

I effing love this game. #colors #blendoku

This game is amazeballs. I’m stuck on one of them.

howpleasantlyawkward:

I effing love this game. #colors #blendoku

This game is amazeballs. I’m stuck on one of them.

OMG, someone tell me this is photoshopped.

OMG, someone tell me this is photoshopped.

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mondozuryuu:

rabblerowser:

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silver-whale:

This is unspeakably perfect.

I died.

I guess you could say this moment was stone cold gold

yes

mondozuryuu:

rabblerowser:

skilledcunnilinguist:

silver-whale:

This is unspeakably perfect.

I died.

I guess you could say this moment was stone cold gold

yes

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lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

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natural-magics:

completed custom request — rainbow moonstone.

So beautiful!

natural-magics:

completed custom request — rainbow moonstone.

So beautiful!

hahamagartconnect:

COSTA RICA GETS SHOWERED WITH FLOWER PETALS

Ad giants McCann commissioned photographer Nick Meeks to create a visionary campaign for SONY’s new 4K TV. The new 4k promises to have a picture quality 4x’s the resolution of standard HDTV. 

I’d have to say he hit this assignment out of the park - because it doesn’t seem real - the millions of flower petals that were blasted into the air in Costa Rica to showcase the beauty of their new 4K. It took the creative team and the entire village 2 weeks to pluck the 8 million flower petals that symbolize the 8 million pixel display of the 4K tv. 

Sony says, “to see the real depth and detail of each petal gliding in the air, floating on the water, or blowing in the streets, you need to see it on one of their new 4K televisions in a showroom near you.” - of course…there’s the catch. But as incredible as it looks in 1080p, I think I’m willing to do that. 

conflictingheart:

the waitomo caves of new zealand’s northern island, formed two million years ago from the surrounding limestone bedrock, are home to an endemic species of bioluminescent fungus gnat (arachnocampa luminosa, or glow worm fly) who in their larval stage produce silk threads from which to hang and, using a blue light emitted from a modified excretory organ in their tails, lure in prey who then become ensnared in sticky droplets of mucus.

photos from spellbound waitomo tours, forevergone, blue polaris, and martin rietze. (more cave photos) (more bioluminescence photos)

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

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livvyplaysfinalfantasy asked: Hey there! I'm Livvy, to whose XII playthrough auronlu gave such a positive recommendation. Although I /love/ XII's plot, it differs greatly in tone from X's and XIII's; I know of a lot of people who encounter difficulties when going from X or XIII straight into XII, because the pacing is just so different. Not bad, by any means, although the first three hours can feel like a chore. As soon as Balthier and Fran are introduced, however, things pick right up. :3 I hope that helps!

Hello! Nice to meet you, and thanks very much! I’m not adverse to tackling a story with a different tone, but I appreciate the heads-up.

In fact, since X was the first Final Fantasy I ever played, adjusting to the tone and game play of the previous installments was a little harrowing at first. I remember the first time I ever attempted VII, I got so frustrated with the dialogue and graphics and being unable to grasp the story that I just turned it off and didn’t end up playing it all the way through until several years later.

b2brandi:

perlockholmes:

mean-old-levee:

what even was this film about

Shrubberies, curtains, French knights, and swallows.

yes, but African or European (swallows, that is)

So now the question is…

salajigo:

filialunaris:

Should I play Final Fantasy XII or XIII next?

People in the FF fandom seem to be very adversarial about their preference between the two, so I’m not even sure…. I heard the battle system in XII is a bit frustrating, but I haven’t really looked up why.

I don’t know how much tolerance you have for these games and what you’re willing to sit thru, but I think it would be better to start off with XII first then move on to XIII (and the XIII series?). I’m not going to retort how neither series is perfect because perfection doesn’t exist, however some games have an existential amount of flaws that inhibit gameplay experience. If you’re a hardy gamer, then you’ll have no problem with either of them. Not the hardy kind like you’ll sit thru hours of grinding… that’s a key element to all FF’s and RPG’s, but just the game’s aspects… mostly.

Comparing the two, XII is one of my personal favorites mostly because of the battle mechanics and overworld. The story is not its strong parts, and neither is most of the main cast of characters, but they’re not cringe worthy that they make you want to rip your hair out. Only the bare bones of their stories are told within the game, and most of the details are left to the imagination. Instead, most of the game’s vivid story telling and building is for the world itself, and makes for a fun experience. The battle system gives you so much control, an that annoying battle transition screen is completely gone, which keeps the flow of gameplay going. The battle system might be complicated, but I see it’s mostly because of how much customization is needed to get things working properly. The graphics itself are not top notch, but the way they handled it for system limitations is certainly genius. If you know anything about 3D modeling, they sacrificed polygon count for intricate texture maps, which makes the world jam packed with details.

I enjoy the XIII series for alternate reasons. It’s not the worst within the FF series, as it does have redeemable aspects, and if you’re hardy enough you might just enjoy what is has to offer. The gameplay is like XII but without -that- much control. It’s not that bad but it’s workable for the style they were aiming for. The game is graphically gorgeous but its world is not fleshed out thru exploration, but reading. Characters themselves are not all that cringeworthy either, some of them might even grow on you, but their dialogue just tends to be very nonsensical. Its mythos is very interesting as well, if anything one of the best, but isn’t fleshed out coherently, but if you can sit with it, it makes for a very interesting ride. I’m trying not to say too many things that may come off as “negative” about XIII because I don’t want to come off as if I hate it, there just isn’t a lot to say about it… it’s just… “interesting”, both gameplay and story wise. Despite its racist depiction of a character or two, it’s still worth a shot or some sort.

I’m not an FF fan that will kiss the ground that SE walks on, but I hope my alternate insight about the two games helps somehow in your decision making (and what to expect whichever you choose).

Thank you! That was very detailed. 

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Gorgeous outfits. I like Paine’s the best.

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pyrrhics:

left my smartphone in the sink, ootd macbook style

BOSS ASS BITCH


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chakrabot:

hanthelion:

pyrrhics:

left my smartphone in the sink, ootd macbook style

BOSS ASS BITCH

WOW YOU WIN AT LIFE

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