sixpenceee:

From a 1920’s stereoview card series titled “The goblins will get you if you don’t watch out.” (Source & More Images) 

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genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of the day is: Bismuth

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gothiccharmschool:

nudiemuse:

lycantherapy:





Guys, I swear I had good intentions starting out.
I was thinking “Man, you know what we need? We need motivational werewolves.  Because really, people area awesome, and don’t know it, and no one would argue with a werewolf trying to motivate you.”
Then I realized “And if a werewolf was dishing out compliments, It would comment on how nice you smelled!”  And this was a good idea.  I plan on redoing this sometime along with some companion pieces.  It’s not the best, but good.   But then everything went wrong when I started drawing, and then, I had the horrible, awful, abysmal thought: “And I could draw it sort of in the style of Lisa Frank.  The art of my childhood.  Yesssssssssss.”   And… and I did this. This happened. I’m sorry.





OMG let me tell you guys a story.
I was out one day and at a coffee shop after running errands prework.
This enormous Super Metal Viking looking Mother fucker who is scowling like he is about to lay waste to Lower Queen Anne walks by me, (I was outside) stops, backs up and stares down at me.
I was feeling like maybe he was about to do something good and then he yelled in this big ass bass voice,
YOU SMELL REALLY NICE AND LOOK PRETTY.
Then stomped away.
I think he was a motivational werewolf because I was feeling gross and ugly and upset that day and that moment made everything okay.
LOL.
Thank you for making this OP and letting me remember.

This is my favorite story ever. 

gothiccharmschool:

nudiemuse:

lycantherapy:

Guys, I swear I had good intentions starting out.

I was thinking “Man, you know what we need? We need motivational werewolves.  Because really, people area awesome, and don’t know it, and no one would argue with a werewolf trying to motivate you.”

Then I realized “And if a werewolf was dishing out compliments, It would comment on how nice you smelled!”  And this was a good idea.  I plan on redoing this sometime along with some companion pieces.  It’s not the best, but good. 

But then everything went wrong when I started drawing, and then, I had the horrible, awful, abysmal thought: “And I could draw it sort of in the style of Lisa Frank.  The art of my childhood.  Yesssssssssss.” 

And… and I did this.

This happened.

I’m sorry.

OMG let me tell you guys a story.

I was out one day and at a coffee shop after running errands prework.

This enormous Super Metal Viking looking Mother fucker who is scowling like he is about to lay waste to Lower Queen Anne walks by me, (I was outside) stops, backs up and stares down at me.

I was feeling like maybe he was about to do something good and then he yelled in this big ass bass voice,

YOU SMELL REALLY NICE AND LOOK PRETTY.

Then stomped away.

I think he was a motivational werewolf because I was feeling gross and ugly and upset that day and that moment made everything okay.

LOL.

Thank you for making this OP and letting me remember.

This is my favorite story ever. 

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Played 10,811 times

i only get sleepless nights alone here in my half-empty bed

(Source: melloncolliesinfinitemixtape)

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Also some hipster called me “the most hardcore person [he’d] ever seen”. Not sure whether that’s a compliment or not.

bed-of-asphodel:

Transparent Elvira caught in a spider’s web on your blog

bed-of-asphodel:

Transparent Elvira caught in a spider’s web on your blog

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One of the bands that were playing tonight are shooting a video tomorrow and they want the audience involved. Which would be really cool. Downside, they’re shooting at midday and it’s four o’clock in the morning now.

Yeah, I’ll probably just sleep a lot instead, won’t I?

failureofepicproportions:

What was it the Joker said, “if you’re good at something, Do It Yourself for free”?

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eve-victus:

Artwork by pishchanska

"Ukrain born (now living in the USA) photographer Olia Pishchanska is quite a storyteller. She doesn’t tell her stories with words though, her photography says it all. Looking at her work will lure you into a dark world filled with pagan ritualism, haunting figures and mystery." - Article

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Nothing is too cliche. Write your story. It will have similarities to other stories that have been told before. All stories have those. There is nothing new under the sun.

Video games have been peddling out the same grizzly, white, male protagonist for decades without seeing even a hiccup in sales. No one getting ready to pitch their game is up there thinking, “Is this too cliche.”

It will only feel cliche if your characters aren’t fully realized. If your world is painted two dimensionally. If the emotional existence of your work isn’t strong enough to make readers forget everything else they’ve ever read.

If you’re going to run this plotline, you have to make it good.

ask response, Pseudo, motivation for moving beyond your writing habits, 2014.

emphasis mine.

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by Alex Pardee

(Source: illustrated-nightmares)

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mepenelope:

Barbara Goalen by John Deakin, 1950s.

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theunderestimator:

The Cramps eerie b/w photo essay published in "The Face" magazine, July 1980 issue, composed of Alain De La Mata photos (probably taken during the Garbageman” promo video shoot at the Shepperton film Studios, Middlesex, near London) and "Voodoo Idol" lyrics as captions.

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