pile of good things

thefrogman:

Power nap by Eden Naggel [500px]
[h/t: llbwwb]

thefrogman:

Power nap by Eden Naggel [500px]

[h/t: llbwwb]

via hipster-rawry · originally by 500px.com
aninventoryofthepossible:

Gpoy

aninventoryofthepossible:

Gpoy

via cleolinda · originally by dignitea
“Executive” “Action” transvestite Eddie Izzard
via silly-cleo · originally by underture

Wes Gibbins’ confused face appreciation post

                  (via dearthoughthenighthasgone)

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #37: Cinder, the War Doctor’s companion from the new novel “Engines of War”- out today: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Doctor-Who-Engines-George-Mann/dp/1849908486
Obviously, this was a bit more than a “sketch” this time around.  I’m lucky enough to know George Mann (the book’s author) a little bit, and he gave me a heads-up that the book would give John Hurt’s Doctor his own companion (because you’re not really the Doctor till you have one).  We collaborated on the design, which was a huge geek-out for me, obviously. This may not be an official BBC-approved design, but it IS author approved.  Squee. :D
George said he kinda had singer Hayley Williams in mind for Cinder’s look, so I ran with that (probably in a lot less subtle manner than I would’ve if this were official work).  Her costume is kind of Joan Jett meets Snake Plissken.  Very much a post-apocalyptic punk Dalek-killer, to compliment the war Doctor’s own look.
And while I realize I’m a little biased, I can’t overstate this enough- go check out the book.  It’s everything I hoped for out of a Time War era novel (hopefully the first of many).  And you’ll never look at John Hurt’s scenes in “The Day of the Doctor” the same way again.

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #37: Cinder, the War Doctor’s companion from the new novel “Engines of War”- out today: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Doctor-Who-Engines-George-Mann/dp/1849908486

Obviously, this was a bit more than a “sketch” this time around.  I’m lucky enough to know George Mann (the book’s author) a little bit, and he gave me a heads-up that the book would give John Hurt’s Doctor his own companion (because you’re not really the Doctor till you have one).  We collaborated on the design, which was a huge geek-out for me, obviously. This may not be an official BBC-approved design, but it IS author approved.  Squee. :D

George said he kinda had singer Hayley Williams in mind for Cinder’s look, so I ran with that (probably in a lot less subtle manner than I would’ve if this were official work).  Her costume is kind of Joan Jett meets Snake Plissken.  Very much a post-apocalyptic punk Dalek-killer, to compliment the war Doctor’s own look.

And while I realize I’m a little biased, I can’t overstate this enough- go check out the book.  It’s everything I hoped for out of a Time War era novel (hopefully the first of many).  And you’ll never look at John Hurt’s scenes in “The Day of the Doctor” the same way again.

via realfinemood · originally by pauljhanley

kierongillen:

tomewing:

jonic:

Cassetteboy - Cameron’s Conference Rap.

Amazing, and a little depressing because it’s all true.

I was just about to post this.

Cassetteboy has got really, REALLY good at this.

Cassetteboy is my favourite superhero.

via radfemburlesque · originally by jonic

elinj:

Day 3.

For more art and inktober, follow me on facebook! 
https://www.facebook.com/elinjtecknarlinjer

via natreidess · originally by elinj

Imagine Me & You, 2005.

via sapphoshands · originally by caricevhoutening

farscape: an actual show

via natreidess · originally by indigoisbetter
via nicoleanell · originally by kingmakings
via b99things · originally by 2x04
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trackthree:

via chaila · originally by mindykalings

barefootdramaturg:

This is the correct face to make when being told you’re a heinous bitch.

via oparu · originally by laurelcastillo
via cacchieressa · originally by clarklois