Reblogged from comic-view

(Source: thesqueak69)

Reblogged from comic-view

comic-view:

comicsodissey:

Futures End

yoooooooo

comic-view:

"Fishes & Dreams" - The List #2 - Delirium! (suggested by makinglifeinterestingsince1994)

The List is an ongoing exercise where viewers name characters they’d like to see me draw (through Facebook or Tumblr) and I’ll pick one from that list and draw em! :) Add to the List now~! 


Cheers,
Shawn

www.shawnyap.net
www.13wishes.deviantart.com
https://www.facebook.com/13Wishes

Reblogged from comic-view

comic-view:

"Fishes & Dreams" - The List #2 - Delirium! (suggested by makinglifeinterestingsince1994)
The List is an ongoing exercise where viewers name characters they’d like to see me draw (through Facebook or Tumblr) and I’ll pick one from that list and draw em! :) Add to the List now~! 
Cheers,
Shawn
8bitmonkey:

Billionaire Boys

Jon Sommariva 
Deviant Art
Blog
Follow!

Reblogged from comic-view

8bitmonkey:

Billionaire Boys

Jon Sommariva 

Deviant Art

Blog

Follow!

Reblogged from comic-view

jshillingford:

What It’s Like To See Every Marvel Movie (For Fans and Non-Fans)

Accurate. (source)

Reblogged from travelingcolors

travelingcolors:

Spritz app lets you speed read books at 1,000 words per minute

Designed for integration with operating systems, wearables, and online use, Spritz has developed an application that allows users to read books at up-to 1,000 words per minute. The technology has been designed to enhance reading on mobile devices by streaming individual words using an ‘optimal recognition point’ (ORP) technique in a display known as a ‘redicle.’ This method essentially makes communication faster and more effective by removing inefficient eye movements associated with traditional reading. Spritz streams content in single word bursts, aligning text with your line of sight, which as as result, allows you to read without having to move your eyes.

lauusywindrunner:

This is when gavin blew him self up
LOL ! MY SIDES,

Reblogged from lauusymiki

lauusywindrunner:

This is when gavin blew him self up

LOL ! MY SIDES,

Reblogged from awesome-blog-of-doom

jaggillarattrita:

For my boyfriend, wip!

Reblogged from jaggillarattrita

jaggillarattrita:

For my boyfriend, wip!

Reblogged from roosterteeth

mrchambles:

Ohh the Mad king Ryan!!

Reblogged from mrchambles

mrchambles:

Ohh the Mad king Ryan!!

mallius:

the first, the red, the righteous, the mad
(flipped)

Reblogged from mallius

mallius:

the first, the red, the righteous, the mad

(flipped)

mallius:

"It’s easy to look at the Vagabond and imagine him the cruelest — but Haywood only wears ruthlessness as a mask, to intimidate and enthral. The Red King’s malevolence is a part of him, hidden like iron thorns beneath gentle petals.     
Roses are red, yes, but do not forget that red is fire, and red is blood. In his dominion, they are all one and the same, and they answer to none but him.”

Reblogged from mallius

mallius:

"It’s easy to look at the Vagabond and imagine him the cruelest — but Haywood only wears ruthlessness as a mask, to intimidate and enthral. The Red King’s malevolence is a part of him, hidden like iron thorns beneath gentle petals.     

Roses are red, yes, but do not forget that red is fire, and red is blood. In his dominion, they are all one and the same, and they answer to none but him.”

mallius:

"Do you know why Ramsey is called the Primus, your majesty?”
Michael thought of the drunkard king, stumbling around his court, and wrinkled his nose. “He was the first crowned descendent of the Gallī, our Makers.”
"No," the scribe replied, eyes wide, "He is one of them. The Father of the Hunt still walks amongst men.”

Reblogged from mallius

mallius:

"Do you know why Ramsey is called the Primus, your majesty?”

Michael thought of the drunkard king, stumbling around his court, and wrinkled his nose. “He was the first crowned descendent of the Gallī, our Makers.

"No," the scribe replied, eyes wide, "He is one of them. The Father of the Hunt still walks amongst men.”

mallius:

there is something about Gavin the King does not recognize as the Pearl is pressed into his hands—something about the sharp smile or the wicked ease with which the Fool handles his blade that sets his teeth on edge.

Reblogged from mallius

mallius:

there is something about Gavin the King does not recognize as the Pearl is pressed into his hands—something about the sharp smile or the wicked ease with which the Fool handles his blade that sets his teeth on edge.