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kathysbrotherssister:

demon girls make a comeback after a million years

kathysbrotherssister:

demon girls make a comeback after a million years

(via flavorcats)

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kelpls:

I made a comic from the mechanic/robot thing i drew a while back BUT THEN I REALIZED THAT I HAD TOO MANY THINGS I WANTED TO DRAW and i couldn’t fit it in 10 pictures and then i gave up and ended up with some small thing without any plot omfg i can’t do comics 

im sorry that it is an OBNOXIOUSLY LONG POST but it’s easier to read this way  i thin k /  

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foreverstudioghibli:

This is Howl and Sophie FROM THE BOOK.
Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones is one of my all-time favorite books.
No, I’m not being biased just because Miyazaki adapted it into that amazing film of his.
There’s a significant difference between the book and the movie, and I mean a LOT of differences. But to be honest, I can’t choose which is better. They both kidnapped my heart and blew my mind.
There’s actually a series, did you know that ?
Howl’s Moving Castle, Castle in the Air, and House of Many Ways. I own all of them and they’re all spectacular. I highly recommend them if you’re into fantasy, humor, and romance. I used my power if persuasion and got my old middle school Literature/English teacher to use Howl’s Moving Castle in her curriculum.
Accomplishment ? I think so.
>:]

foreverstudioghibli:

This is Howl and Sophie FROM THE BOOK.

Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones is one of my all-time favorite books.

No, I’m not being biased just because Miyazaki adapted it into that amazing film of his.

There’s a significant difference between the book and the movie, and I mean a LOT of differences. But to be honest, I can’t choose which is better. They both kidnapped my heart and blew my mind.

There’s actually a series, did you know that ?

Howl’s Moving Castle, Castle in the Air, and House of Many Ways. I own all of them and they’re all spectacular. I highly recommend them if you’re into fantasy, humor, and romance. I used my power if persuasion and got my old middle school Literature/English teacher to use Howl’s Moving Castle in her curriculum.

Accomplishment ? I think so.

>:]

— il y a 2 jours avec 77 notes

phobs-heh:

nesskain:

seventypercentethanol:

Nameless and the Scientist; book 1; The Sky is a Hollow Sea

Softcover| 132 full colour pages | A5 | perfect bound | 20 USD + s/h

Online Preorders are open here!

This book covers the prologue and first chapter of Nameless and the Scientist. It is a story of beginnings where Nameless saves a raven, creates a labyrinth and meets a Scientist.

I’ll also be selling this book at TCAF in May! Please do drop by for a chat, I’d love to meet you in person if you can make it. (I have also revamped my site http://nameless.ameizhao.com/  where you can read the prologue)

Go buy ! :)

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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bronze-wool:

Atlantis: The Lost Empire concept art by Mike Mignola (Part 1 of 6).

The film’s visual style was strongly based upon that of Mike Mignola, the comic book artist behind Hellboy. Mignola was one of four production designers hired by the Disney studio for the film. Accordingly, he provided style guides, preliminary character and background designs, and story ideas. “Mignola’s graphic, angular style was a key influence on the ‘look’ of the characters,” stated Wise. Mignola was surprised when first contacted by the studio to work on Atlantis. His artistic influence on the film would later contribute to a cult following.

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bronze-wool:

Atlantis: The Lost Empire concept art by Marcelo Vignali.

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