soloontherocks:

seriously though stop obsessing about easter’s origins and eat some fucking marshmallow peeps you ungrateful shits

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introducing: babbuvengers

i know a dozen ppl were waiting for this but it remained a secret until now hawhawhaw :3

keep in mind they’re just tots so i didn’t want hulk to beat loki up, so the nature of their fight shifted to a lego battle

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Anonymous asked: Do you have any resources for writing animal (or more specifically half-animal) characters?

fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment:

Well, first of all you need to know which animal you plan on using as the ‘animal side’ for the character. Then…

Know Their Anatomy

All animals have different capabilities based on their general make-up. They have evolved to survive in their main environment which in turn grants them various abilities.

Knowing how their anatomy relates to these abilities is a good place to start. Whether it’s enhanced hearing, great strength, high sensitivity to smell or the acquisition of extra senses outside of those experienced by a human… learn everything you can about what the animal is capable of and consider how it could work with an animal/human hybrid character.

Know Their Behaviour

The thing that will really differentiate your hybrid character from a regular, human character, is the way they behave due to their ‘animal’ side.

So, for example, Momomiya Ichigo from Tokyo Mew Mew, upon acquiring feline DNA, suddenly exhibits more ‘feline’ type behaviour (even though it is often used for comedic effect). All animals have different movements and quirks (such as a Meerkat standing up tall and turning its head left, then right, then left… or a dog cocking its head and lifting/folding back its ears). These behaviours have a specific function in the wild, of course, but even humans have their own versions (expressions, posture…). Replace the more ‘human’ behaviours with those exhibited by our animal counterparts to emphasise the animal side to your character.

Additionally, each animal has its own way of communicating the way it feels or for to give specific messages to other members of its pack/herd/flock, etc. It also benefits a hybrid character to use some of these communicators (like, growling, purring, bleating, etc) instead of human exclamations and noises.

There’s not much else I can really say on this subhect as a lot of this will depend on your researching…! Use the resources below as a start, but Google (and books!) will be a better friend to you than me for this.

Resources:

Best of luck…!

- enlee

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lackofa:

kristinkemper:

Some people never change. Some do…

I painted these portraits as a very fond tribute to the characters whose story essentially defined my life between the ages of 10 and 15. They are available individually or all together in my INPRNT shop!

These are so amazing

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hellotheremynameslucy:

theonewhosawitall:

whatifidontknowwhoiam:

I thought I could keep on without reblogging it.

I was wrong.

they should just start to hire tumblr to make adverts for them.

Its.. it’s just the ood.. I don’t even know.

(Source: just-mimimi)

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caducus:

littlelionheartedavatar:

pugletto:

Full-sized version on Deviantart here: [x].

brb sobbing

"Run. Run away, Simba, and never return."

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introducing: babbuvengers

i know a dozen ppl were waiting for this but it remained a secret until now hawhawhaw :3

keep in mind they’re just tots so i didn’t want hulk to beat loki up, so the nature of their fight shifted to a lego battle

(Reblogged from lokis-gspot)
(Reblogged from lefoliebergere)
(Reblogged from irrationalbutreal)

 Disney Genderbend

by rebenke

(Source: dreams-of-a-disney-wonderland)

(Reblogged from irrationalbutreal)