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I Was Just Thinking....

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There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.
Albert Einstein (via maxkirin)

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You Can't Understand ISIS If You Don't Know the History of Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia

Interesting read.

(Source: huffingtonpost)

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The Emperor's New Clothes (The Myth of Moffat's Scriptwriting 'Genius') by Claudia Boleyn

claudiaboleyn:

Today I read an article about Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who in the Arts and Books section of the Independent on Sunday. In this article, by Stephen Kelly, Moffat is criticised for his inability to write women, to complete his plots, to write the Doctor as a likeable and…

This reminded me of genius comicbook writers who must also never be challenged for their handling of women characters.

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shardula:

Tonight, i’m gonna finish this small artwork for my december solo show.
 Then tomorrow i’ll start creating my few graphite pieces for the upcoming group show “spirit animals” in portland tomorrow. I need to beat art deadlines! Oh happy busy productive day! 😉💕

This is just awesome work! I wish I could be there to see it in person!

shardula:

Tonight, i’m gonna finish this small artwork for my december solo show.


Then tomorrow i’ll start creating my few graphite pieces for the upcoming group show “spirit animals” in portland tomorrow. I need to beat art deadlines! Oh happy busy productive day! 😉💕

This is just awesome work! I wish I could be there to see it in person!

(via dollgirls)

Filed under art art shows

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wandering-jane:

Fake Marvel Movies Featuring Female Leads: The Winsome Wasp
Janet Van Dyne is a socialite and one of the most prominent and sought-after designers in New York. She’s designed everything from red carpet gowns to an affordable line of clothing for young women. She also happens to be a superhero. After her father’s death, Jan sought out the aid of one of her father’s associates: Dr. Hank Pym. During a visit to Dr. Pym’s lab, Jan was accidentally doused with his Pym particles, causing her to develop the astonishing ability to change her size at will. Once her father’s death was avenged, Dr. Pym chose to give up his brief stint as Ant-Man. Jan, however, decided to use her new abilities to help people. Her size-changing abilities, coupled with the wings she sprouts in her diminutive form and the brilliant yellow energy blasts that emit from her perfectly-manicured hands have led her to take on the identity of the Wasp. Now she strives to balance her time between her fashion career and her life as a superhero. It isn’t easy, but, hey, at least she has the most stylish costumes. 

Most of my heroine paintings (traditional, water-soluble oil) sort of fit this genre, oddly, though they are my own characters!

wandering-jane:

Fake Marvel Movies Featuring Female Leads: The Winsome Wasp

Janet Van Dyne is a socialite and one of the most prominent and sought-after designers in New York. She’s designed everything from red carpet gowns to an affordable line of clothing for young women. She also happens to be a superhero. After her father’s death, Jan sought out the aid of one of her father’s associates: Dr. Hank Pym. During a visit to Dr. Pym’s lab, Jan was accidentally doused with his Pym particles, causing her to develop the astonishing ability to change her size at will. Once her father’s death was avenged, Dr. Pym chose to give up his brief stint as Ant-Man. Jan, however, decided to use her new abilities to help people. Her size-changing abilities, coupled with the wings she sprouts in her diminutive form and the brilliant yellow energy blasts that emit from her perfectly-manicured hands have led her to take on the identity of the Wasp. Now she strives to balance her time between her fashion career and her life as a superhero. It isn’t easy, but, hey, at least she has the most stylish costumes. 

Most of my heroine paintings (traditional, water-soluble oil) sort of fit this genre, oddly, though they are my own characters!

(via mydearholmes)

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