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tylerselfieface:

i-wasnt-always-a-fallen-angel:

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My activity spikes every Wednesday because of this post 

always reblog on a wednesday, that’s the rule.

On Wednesdays we reblog

IT’S 1:07 AM
IT’S WEDNESDAY


itsmemadit:

tylerselfieface:

i-wasnt-always-a-fallen-angel:

homo-fallen-angel:



My activity spikes every Wednesday because of this post 

always reblog on a wednesday, that’s the rule.

On Wednesdays we reblog

IT’S 1:07 AM
IT’S WEDNESDAY


itsmemadit:

tylerselfieface:

i-wasnt-always-a-fallen-angel:

homo-fallen-angel:



My activity spikes every Wednesday because of this post 

always reblog on a wednesday, that’s the rule.

On Wednesdays we reblog

IT’S 1:07 AM
IT’S WEDNESDAY


itsmemadit:

tylerselfieface:

i-wasnt-always-a-fallen-angel:

homo-fallen-angel:



My activity spikes every Wednesday because of this post 

always reblog on a wednesday, that’s the rule.

On Wednesdays we reblog

IT’S 1:07 AM
IT’S WEDNESDAY


itsmemadit:

tylerselfieface:

i-wasnt-always-a-fallen-angel:

homo-fallen-angel:



My activity spikes every Wednesday because of this post 

always reblog on a wednesday, that’s the rule.

On Wednesdays we reblog

IT’S 1:07 AM
IT’S WEDNESDAY


itsmemadit:

tylerselfieface:

i-wasnt-always-a-fallen-angel:

homo-fallen-angel:



My activity spikes every Wednesday because of this post 

always reblog on a wednesday, that’s the rule.

On Wednesdays we reblog

IT’S 1:07 AM
IT’S WEDNESDAY

itsmemadit:

tylerselfieface:

i-wasnt-always-a-fallen-angel:

homo-fallen-angel:

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My activity spikes every Wednesday because of this post 

always reblog on a wednesday, that’s the rule.

On Wednesdays we reblog

IT’S 1:07 AM

IT’S WEDNESDAY

(via whatever-fangirl)

the-captain-oats:

OH MY THE REALNESS IS TOO MUCH the-captain-oats:

OH MY THE REALNESS IS TOO MUCH

airnutted:

this is honestly heart breaking to watch

(via sarcastic-snowflake)

galaxyspeaking:

I saw rocketssurgery's awesome tattooed!Hiccup and my hand slipped

(via tvpperware)

chiltonomics:

peonymoonflower:

cucumbersforlegs:

THIS NEVER FAILS TO MAKE ME LAUGH. I FEEL LIKE SHIT AND IVE SEEN THIS PICTURE A HUNDRED TIMES BUT I AM STILL LAUGHING JFC

It’s funnier to me bc I have that exact same dish

Everyone has that dish.

chiltonomics:

peonymoonflower:

cucumbersforlegs:

THIS NEVER FAILS TO MAKE ME LAUGH. I FEEL LIKE SHIT AND IVE SEEN THIS PICTURE A HUNDRED TIMES BUT I AM STILL LAUGHING JFC

It’s funnier to me bc I have that exact same dish

Everyone has that dish.

(via swanqueen-trueloveiswhoyouchoose)

howtotrainyourdragon:

“We had to create believable creatures that you could connect with emotionally. I wanted the audience to believe Toothless is a real creature that someone could fall in love with, the way people might fall in love with their horse, dog, or cat.” –Simon Otto, head of character animation

Storyboards by Tron Mai, Ryan Savas, Paul Fisher & Johane Matte

stevethompson-art:

Bring you child to work day! 
Today was “bring your child to work day” here at the Disney Store home base. SO, I had the pleasure of showing a room full of kids how to draw Mickey Mouse. After all, it all started with a mouse. The above images are of the worksheet I sketched up for today’s lesson. I wanted to break it down and give a step by step approach on drawing Mickey (and Minnie). Taking it a step further and also a nod to my animation background, I wanted to show how to take the same basic principals and show them how to change it up. Is Mickey happy, sad, mad? How would that look? And, finally how to turn his head. They are quick sketches, but I think they helped get the point across. Maybe even you’ll give it a try! :) stevethompson-art:

Bring you child to work day! 
Today was “bring your child to work day” here at the Disney Store home base. SO, I had the pleasure of showing a room full of kids how to draw Mickey Mouse. After all, it all started with a mouse. The above images are of the worksheet I sketched up for today’s lesson. I wanted to break it down and give a step by step approach on drawing Mickey (and Minnie). Taking it a step further and also a nod to my animation background, I wanted to show how to take the same basic principals and show them how to change it up. Is Mickey happy, sad, mad? How would that look? And, finally how to turn his head. They are quick sketches, but I think they helped get the point across. Maybe even you’ll give it a try! :) stevethompson-art:

Bring you child to work day! 
Today was “bring your child to work day” here at the Disney Store home base. SO, I had the pleasure of showing a room full of kids how to draw Mickey Mouse. After all, it all started with a mouse. The above images are of the worksheet I sketched up for today’s lesson. I wanted to break it down and give a step by step approach on drawing Mickey (and Minnie). Taking it a step further and also a nod to my animation background, I wanted to show how to take the same basic principals and show them how to change it up. Is Mickey happy, sad, mad? How would that look? And, finally how to turn his head. They are quick sketches, but I think they helped get the point across. Maybe even you’ll give it a try! :)

stevethompson-art:

Bring you child to work day! 

Today was “bring your child to work day” here at the Disney Store home base. SO, I had the pleasure of showing a room full of kids how to draw Mickey Mouse. After all, it all started with a mouse. The above images are of the worksheet I sketched up for today’s lesson. I wanted to break it down and give a step by step approach on drawing Mickey (and Minnie). Taking it a step further and also a nod to my animation background, I wanted to show how to take the same basic principals and show them how to change it up. Is Mickey happy, sad, mad? How would that look? And, finally how to turn his head. They are quick sketches, but I think they helped get the point across. Maybe even you’ll give it a try! :)