Posted 12 hours ago

Martel from Fullmetal Alchemist. (Damn!) You could put that shit on camera and I would think it was a live-action FMA TV show. Pretty nice-lookin.

I like cosplay a lot, I really do. But I like stuff like this, that uses natural materials/apparel/hair styling to give a really good impression of what a character would look like in live-action. Most of what gets passed around online is the super-polished but super-literal flat-color cottons from Hobby Lobby tailored into a uniform that is the perfect ridiculous imitation of a cartoon, topped off with a giant perfectly shaped shiny wig.

That stuff is impressive in its own right and all, but it bores me personally. As a representation of a character, it unfortunately puts me off like a giant mascot costume at a theme park might. My point is, I have the cartoon for the cartoon, so turning it into a literal flat recreation on a real human seems redundant to me. Stuff that looks like real clothes on a real person, that you could put on camera and believe was a live-action version of the story, that shit’s awesome.

If there’s a cosplay ring or tumblr or something that specializes in *that stuff,* point me to it, I wanna see more of that.

(Source: swift-wind-alchemist)

Posted 14 hours ago




Every localized Ace Attorney changes the setting from Japan to America and it gets funnier with every game since they get more and more Japanese and the new one is set in 19th century Japanimage


Ah, yes, the Meiji era of our great state of California, when the shoguns and emperor were contesting the territory of Los Angeles.

The localization team may have dug themselves into a pretty big hole here.

Posted 15 hours ago


me vs. anitwitter

Posted 1 day ago

Eren being a little shit appreciation post (✿◠‿◠)

(Source: shizutanii)

Posted 2 days ago


Programmable Tattoo System

What do you do when you want a tattoo but don’t want the commitment of permanent ink? The moodInq system is a breakthrough in tattoo technology, using a skin-safe proprietary E ink encapsulated pigment system that lasts a lifetime but can be configured to display any design (or none!) to suit your mood.

So how does it work? We have partnered with leading physicians and technicians in the cosmetic surgery industry to implant the E ink grid, called a canvas. The canvas can go anywhere on your body and be configured to the size and shape of the body party you’d like to ink. After a short healing period (usually 2-3 days), you can begin using the moodInq software included with your kit to change your canvas to display the tattoo you desire! Found on ThinkGeek.

I’d probably want to wait until there’s an actual patent on this/it gets more positive press but ASDF#$#@^! I HAVE A MIGHTY WANT.

Posted 2 days ago




My question is how does every single person identify with this, is it like a secret rule to use those for sewing supplies?

(Source: ofela)

Posted 2 days ago


Go away

Posted 3 days ago


Fake Pockets: A How To

I don’t want no scrubs.

Scrubs are pants that won’t get no love from me. >: (

(pockets only)

Posted 3 days ago
Posted 4 days ago


The fact that this year Easter is on 4/20 just makes this pic even better!

it’s time



The fact that this year Easter is on 4/20 just makes this pic even better!

it’s time

(Source: bcraigv)