Bullettrain - BelievexBelieve (TV Size)
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akiharashizuka:

Download: https://www.mediafire.com/?czpnp9p11jgl6pc

The full version will be released some time in June 2014.

(unfortunately, that’s all I can do for now)

(romaji lyrics here)


遊戯王ログ詰め

medievalpoc:

unfantasmarecoreeuropa submitted to medievalpoc:

Christoph Weiditz´s Trachtenbuch

Weiditz was a german artist of the XVIth century at the service of the Habsburgs who dedicated a year painting the everyday of the people of the territories of Spain, including, Netherlands, Rousillon and the both Sicilies.

In his drawings we can see, among paintings of other spanish people without any reference to otherness, black people and moriscos.

He also painted some aztecs brought from Nueva España to the royal court, that are some of the first images known of aztec people drawn from life.

Sources:

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christoph_Weiditz

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Trachtenbuch_des_Christoph_Weiditz

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Christoph_Weiditz

http://viaf.org/viaf/59421291/

http://catalogue.bnf.fr/servlet/RechercheEquation;jsessionid=E881875E735E237F1EC10CA41097FF22?TexteCollection=HGARSTUVWXYZ1DIECBMJNQLOKP&TexteTypeDoc=DESNFPIBTMCJOV&Equation=IDP%3Dcb158503661&host=catalogue

http://www.smith.edu/vistas/vistas_web/gallery/detail/aztec-juggler.htm

Hampe, Theodor. 1994 [1927]. Authentic Everyday Dress of the Renaissance: All 154 Plates from the “Trachtenbuch.” New York: Dover Publications.

Massing, Jean Michel. 1991. “Early European Images of America: The Ethnographic Approach.” In Circa 1492: Art in the Age of Exploration, Jay Levenson, ed., pp. 515-520. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art.

Ausgabe von Theodor Hampe: Das Trachtenbuch des Weiditz von seinen Reisen nach Spanien (1529) und den Niederlanden (1531/32). 1927 

Andrea McKenzie Satterfield: The assimilation of the marvelous other: Reading Christoph Weiditz’s Trachtenbuch (1529) as an ethnographic document.

[mod note]

unfantasmarecoreeuropa's submission is so huge I have to break it up into a few posts! One of the things I love about this submission is the depiction of daily lives and normal activities, average families, and of course, the musicians.

this was never supposed to be A Yuugiou Blog or whatever’s happening here but, uh,

1) i’m disinclined to start yet another account

2)

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3) i’m going through a real rough patch i guess so going back to what helped me make it through another time seems like a good idea. like.

when i find myself in times of trouble, yami yugi comes to me, singing words of wisdom, time to duel; and in my hour of darkness, he is standing right in front of me, speaking words of wisdom, time to duel; saa, game no jikan da, game no jikan da

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kyletwebster:

For those who asked, here are better examples of some of the brushes from my new Ultimate Drawing Set for Photoshop. I know the video doesn’t show much, so these images should help a lot!

And don’t forget, my other brushes are still available here, too!

Photoshop CS5 or higher required. 

Please share this with your art friends and happy drawing, everybody!

-Kyle

disgruntledheichou:

setokawaii:

Fanfiction faces are so fun in my head.

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so i thought about this at work today and laughed out loud while on post, rip me, but

you know how people get tattoos of faces; what if someone got the jou face tattooed on their back

what would that be like in bed.

"mm yeah, that’s great, why don’t you turn ov—what"
"what"
"uh"

asdfgh i looked at the wiki entries for the unlocalized games and!!

LOOK AT THESE CUTE LITTLE SHITS

ALSO

IM SO MAD!!!!

no really i dont think he’s in a decent game (like the best thing about his role in reshef was the character design yyeAH)

……..i’m. okay i’m done.

THE BAKURAE HAVE PURPLE HAIR