bloodcurdlingbrains:

Dig up some dirt on the Order of no Quarter! Show some love for Yacht Club Games and their recent release, “Shovel Knight” with these graphic tees and posters based on the deadly Order of No Quarter. And if you haven’t, go buy the game! You’ll dig it!

Prints and tees are available at my RB shop:

http://www.redbubble.com/people/bonnesnglyde/collections/306126-shovel-knight

Shovel Knight and any related characters belong to Yacht Club Games

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nissan420sx:

dragondicks:

reminder that the old Jojos Bizarre Adventure anime has an incredible english dub and you need to watch it

gothharrystyles

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dareedseee:

quick quickman hahahahh
Artblock is still shitty, but I won’t give up :v

dareedseee:

quick quickman hahahahh

Artblock is still shitty, but I won’t give up :v

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dorkly:

The 10 Best ‘Attack on Titan’ Theme Parodies

The original theme song to Attack on Titan (check it out here) is pretty much perfect - and, best of all, it’s adaptable enough that it goes with pretty much ANYTHING - and makes everything 100x more epic.

To see more parodies, click here!

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stridersknowbest:

how do draw good

  • fill 14 sketch book
  • bad stuff is good stuff bc you made stuff
  • do you like sparkle???? draw sparkle
  • draw what make your heart do the smiley emote
  • member to drink lotsa agua or else bad time
  • d ont stress friend all is well
  • your art is hot like potato crisps
  • don’t let anyone piss on your good mood amigo
  • if they do
  • eat
  • them

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jadeyarts:

an unnecessary sequel

as i understand it, something like this happened in one of the capcom crossover games? not that ive ever played those, so i can’t be sure, but… i thought it’d make a funny comic

I love this

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Tags: mega man

iliveforaliving:

The Bones of St Pancratius are found at the Church of St Niklaus in Wil, Switzerland. He was originally robed in clothes by nuns in the late 1600s but in 1777 – the centenary of his bones arriving in Wil – he was dressed in this magnificent commissioned suit of armour.

iliveforaliving:

The Bones of St Pancratius are found at the Church of St Niklaus in Wil, Switzerland. He was originally robed in clothes by nuns in the late 1600s but in 1777 – the centenary of his bones arriving in Wil – he was dressed in this magnificent commissioned suit of armour.

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