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fujoshird:

^w^ que monada de Super man XD se ve tan uke jesa reaccion ajajaaj XD (Yo y mi enfermedad de ver a todos como ukes u.u)

fujoshird:

^w^ que monada de Super man XD se ve tan uke jesa reaccion ajajaaj XD (Yo y mi enfermedad de ver a todos como ukes u.u)

lunapiecesfansub:

Nombre: Onsen Trío Monstruoso
Pareja: Sanji x Zoro x Luffy
Género: Yaoi Hard

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One Piece 3D: Mugiwara Chase
midorikai:

My Maleficent cosplay shoot by Leo Photography

midorikai:

My Maleficent cosplay shoot by Leo Photography

alannamode:

Valka Cosplay: The Armour

Here’s how I made Valka’s dragon rider armour! You can also see how I made the helmet and the staff under my cosplay tutorials page. As usual, feel free to message me if you have questions.

CUE LONG EXPLANATION! Read on if you like. :)

The armour is made of foam I got from dollar store camping mats. The mats were basically just long rolls of foam (50cm x 180cm) that only cost $3 each (I used 3 mats throughout the entire costume). Plus each mat has two elastics wrapped around the ends to hold the roll together, and I was able to use those as straps!

For the spaulders (the shoulder armour pieces), I attached an elastic on the bottom layer as a horizontal strap around my arm. You can see I just attached the layers to each other with a short piece of strap, so they’d be held together but not STUCK together (I wanted them with a little movement rather then totally stiff). There’s another elastic strap on the topmost spaulder layer, a vertical one that loops under my armpit. Having both a vertical and horizontal strap helps keep things in place. You can’t see in any of these photos, but I attached yet another strap with a piece of velcro on the end that connects to a piece under the shoulder area of the torso armour, so the shoulder pieces can be somewhat attached to the  main body.

The main body is fairly straightforward. It opens on one side (velcro) and at the raised collar on one side (also velcro). I cut out a big section of the back and replaced it with a piece of stretchy black fabric (mainly for cooling reasons). The cape covers it anyways. For the dragon scale thingies on the back I basically used the same technique as with the spaulders, just with slightly longer pieces spaced farther apart.

The spikes on the arms are just pieces of a pool noodle ($2 at the dollar store) that I carved up. Same with the spikes on the leg pieces. You can kind of see the leg pieces on the floor behind me in the very last photo. They’re basically just a rectangular piece of foam with spikes glued on, they wrap around my calves and are held together with velcro.

Unfortunately I didn’t get pictures of attaching the cape and painting the blue accents, but you can check out pictures of the finished costume at my cosplay page.

whitehouse:

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asylum-art:

Mermersing  Paper Art Made From Strips Of Colored Paper by Yulia Brodskaya

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There are a million and one ways to make art of paper (as we proved in our paper art post), but there’s one artist who recently caught our eye (again). Yulia Brodskaya, an artist and illustrator born in Moscow, creates stunning works of art using the quilled paper technique.

While quilled paper seems simple at first glance, we’ve never seen someone whose work matches Brodskaya’s in terms of detail, color and expressiveness. This art is create by rolling or bending strips of paper and gluing their side to the surface. This makes them essentially lines, but the paper’s width gives these “lines” a depth that 2d art can lack.

Via: boredpanda

donnydevito:

vocaloidpics:

David Letterman is going to have a fascinating guest on The Late Night Show October 8th…

That’s right! It’s the blue-haired diva herself HATSUNE MIKU!!!! 

The official MIKU EXPO Twitter announced that the popular variety late night talk show, starring David Letterman and Paul Shaffer, will have Miku perform to show off the technologies of how a live concert would work. This is likely to promote the MIKU EXPO event which takes place a few days after the that show. 

It’s good to know that Miku is expanding to places we never thought imaginable! 

(Info taken from MikuFan)

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