eyepatch-centipede:

mint-glasses:

3 am doodle of our savior Ken Kaneki feat. oolong tea and @eyepatch-centipede

lmao i’ve been doing pretty much the same thing

hello friend, believe in me who believe in the suit case god.

ask-gallows-callibrator:

bloody-dragon:

IF YOU’RE BROKE AS ME BUT STILL WANT TO GROSS PEOPLE OUT ON HALLOWEEN, HERE YA GO.


YOU NEED:

-WATER
-FLOUR
-TOILET PAPER
-SOME DARK EYESHADOW(black, greens and browns)
-SOME RED MAKEUP(lipstick, eyeshadow or whatever)
-FAKE BLOOD
-2 HARD BIG BRUSH, 1 SMALL BRUSH, A MEDIUM SPONDGE(can be found at any hobby store. Take the cheapest you can find).

optional: powder brush and blue food dye.

Be super creative and make really gross wounds. To make it look deeper, just build up layers.
Rice and spaggeti can be used as worms and maggots.

YOU’RE WELCOME.

Blitz means camera flash.

great for cosplay, too!

(Source: skogsdrage)

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

greencarnations:

spacethefinalfuck:

mehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh:

Female BAMFs Throughout History

this is fab BUT WHERE ARE THEIR NAMES?

I’m always wanting to read more about these posts immediately and I have trouble finding the sources.

Reblogging for the names of these fabulous women right here <3

Artist: Emily Browning
Album: Sucker Punch Original Soundtrack
Track: Asleep
Plays: 727

bringingdownthesky:

Asleep - Emily Browning (Cover) [Sucker Punch]

Sing me to sleep,
Sing me to sleep,
I’m tired and I
I want to go to bed.
 

civil-anarchy:

lordgrunty:

whitebeltwriter:

artemis-devotee:

carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

""but that book character has blue/grey/light eyes so obviously they’re white!!"" ://///

Yes, goddamnit(Reminder that light eyes and blonde hair can be caused by conditions, such as Waardenburg Syndrome and albinism, but they are still real people that can (and should) be represented in media and such)And also I can add that I have news for y’all, people can be black and naturally blondeAnd literally people from ANY KIND can be a redheadand have freackles and suchSo please, stop pretending only white people can have those characteristics, jfc, it’s sofucking annoying.

boom-de-yada

Boom de yada

Just to add on - While race is a very, very, very significant issue, race as we know it is a social construct. When you acknowledge that all people on earth have veeeery little genetic variation in the scope of things, it’s much easier to break oneself from the training of “only white people have this, only black people have that, only asian people have this trait, etc”

civil-anarchy:

lordgrunty:

whitebeltwriter:

artemis-devotee:

carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

""but that book character has blue/grey/light eyes so obviously they’re white!!"" ://///

Yes, goddamnit

















(Reminder that light eyes and blonde hair can be caused by conditions, such as Waardenburg Syndrome and albinism, but they are still real people that can (and should) be represented in media and such)

And also I can add that I have news for y’all, people can be black and naturally blonde







And literally people from ANY KIND can be a redheadand have freackles and such


















So please, stop pretending only white people can have those characteristics, jfc, it’s sofucking annoying.

boom-de-yada

Boom de yada

Just to add on - While race is a very, very, very significant issue, race as we know it is a social construct. When you acknowledge that all people on earth have veeeery little genetic variation in the scope of things, it’s much easier to break oneself from the training of “only white people have this, only black people have that, only asian people have this trait, etc”

(Source: nya-kin)

trendgraphy:

Calligraphy Book Mock-up by Aleksandr Samochernyi

This nice mock-ups aren’t just photographs with nice logos on it, this are files that you can edit and put your work on it. If you want to present your design layout in a beautiful and aesthetic form, this mock-up will be very helpful to you.

Download the full editable files here: http://bit.ly/1fBNAsw

3 am doodle of our savior Ken Kaneki feat. oolong tea and @eyepatch-centipede

mdss-china:

wonderful works on her sketchbook!

(pic 2 actually tells a very sad story: after kcalb’s death, etihw, in her insanity, buried his corpse into THEIR wedding cake, put on her wedding dress and made her vows of love to the only thing she had ever loved and then collapsed within her own world.)

cofeelotte:

Kcalb: …….um…..um…um……

Etihw: I am a cake. Come to eat me~K~c~a~l~b~

Some Broad Advice on Writing about Rape (Especially for Those with No First-Hand Experience)

writeworld:

(I am going to assume that you are not a victim of rape. Please forgive me if this assumption is in error.)

We do not have any posts directly related to this issue, no. Our tag for “rape" only has one post in it (now two). Here’s another post from fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment on writing rape.

My suggestions?

  • Do not eroticize rape. Rape is about power. The sex act is secondary. Control is the most important thing. Moreover…
  • Rape is torture. If you’re going to write a rape scene, come at it from the torture angle instead of the sex act angle. For me, at least, it makes it easier to use brutal terminology when I’m equating the actions of my characters to torture, a painful and awful experience, rather than to sex, a pleasurable experience.
  • Write a sensory experience. The act of rape isn’t just about touch, about feeling pain. It’s about smell, taste, hearing, and sight, too. There is a lot of untapped horror in describing a rape scene through senses other than touch. It’s all there, trust me. Use all of your characters’ senses.
  • Rape has long-lasting consequences. Not just for the victim, but for the rapist as well. Do not discount these consequences as you move forward in the plot and make sure to do your research to be able depict these consequences realistically. 

Maybe there more or better tips I could give you, but I’ll leave it at that for now. I may revisit this post to add more advice later. This is a painful subject.

You might talk to people who are victims of rape. Do plenty of research beforehand, then ask questions that will help you write the kind of scene you think will best suit your story. There may even be a few fellow writers who come forward as resources for you as a result of this post. Watch the notes for volunteers. If any come forward and offer to be interviewed, remember to be respectful. 

A few basic (and perhaps useful) resources for you:

By the way, this response should be the beginning of your research, the starting point, not the end.

There are going to be people who say that you shouldn’t write a rape scene if you haven’t experienced the act itself. Well, I am only one voice, but as a victim of rape myself, I am not one of those people who would wish to silence a writer because of their inexperience.

I believe that doing research about a subject and writing on that subject can inspire empathy and understanding. The dialogue between a writer and their audience is also instructive; a writer either hits the mark and inspires their audience to think and feel differently on a subject, or does not hit the mark, in which case their audience may help them improve their understanding and convenance on that subject.

Furthermore, I think it’s important to encourage writers to expand their limits. It’s okay if you don’t get everything right on the first try. What’s vital is that you learn from your own experiences, both in the life you’ve lived and in the research and writing that you’ve done.

Do your research. Edit your work. Write with empathy and conviction. Listen to your audience. Fight hard to grow as a writer. Good luck.

Thank you for your question.

-C