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consistency isn't in my vocabulary

Hi! I'm Emily (Em or Emi is fine too) I post mostly art but there are the occasionally reblogs
warning there's lots of random things as I jump around in my interests a lot
Jun 21 '12

eyecager:

Amazing!

(Source: ref-land)

Jun 20 '12
Jun 9 '12

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Jun 6 '12
artsviewfinder:

H.P. Lovecraft and Nikola Tesla, paranormal investigators? Check out this hilarious steampunk illustration from the blog Drawn!
Love steampunk? Want to make your own art? Check out The Steampunk Coloring and Activity Book!

D8> !!

artsviewfinder:

H.P. Lovecraft and Nikola Tesla, paranormal investigators? Check out this hilarious steampunk illustration from the blog Drawn!

Love steampunk? Want to make your own art? Check out The Steampunk Coloring and Activity Book!

D8> !!

Jun 6 '12

Jun 6 '12

rumminov:

yusufdaistanbul:

Assassin’s Creed 3 - Naval Battle Gameplay Demo E3 2012


Look at his coat and his hair kasdnboiabdoisabdkjasdgfa
(Also, watch it in high def *_* ) 

Ah the ship battle looks so cool. I know I’d be just awful at it though haha

(Source: yusufdaistanbooty)

May 27 '12

(Source: twenthings)

May 11 '12
fox-orian:

Click the image to go to the fullsize! Easier to read.
A big ol’ tip on drawing cities from street-level. The drawings are pretty crude, (I did them very fast,) but I think they get the point across :) I’m sure some streets like in the first example actually exist in the world, but why would you choose to draw something so boringly bland?
Remember! Observe these things in real life as you walk around! This tip is just to make you aware. By observing in real life, is how you can really make it feel real!
Hope it helps you out!

quality tips

fox-orian:

Click the image to go to the fullsize! Easier to read.

A big ol’ tip on drawing cities from street-level. The drawings are pretty crude, (I did them very fast,) but I think they get the point across :) I’m sure some streets like in the first example actually exist in the world, but why would you choose to draw something so boringly bland?

Remember! Observe these things in real life as you walk around! This tip is just to make you aware. By observing in real life, is how you can really make it feel real!

Hope it helps you out!

quality tips

May 6 '12
thehauntedrocket:

Village Of The Bridge by angrymikko

thehauntedrocket:

Village Of The Bridge by angrymikko

Apr 22 '12

quantumaniac:

Famous Physicists as Children

From left to right: 

Stephen Hawking (b. 1942) - Most well known for Hawking radiation and theorems involving gravitational singularities. He suffers from ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease - and is one of the most well known scientists of our time. 

Neil deGrasse Tyson (b. 1958) - Currently the director of the Hayden Planetarium at the Rose Center for Earth and Space, Tyson is one of the leading science advocates in the world - and was one of the men who supported the demotion of Pluto.  

Carl Sagan (1934-1996) - One of the most successful science popularizers of all time, Sagan was also the bestselling author of Cosmos, one of the most popular science books of all time. He was the first to propose that Jupiter’s moons Titan and Europa may hold liquid components of water on them. 

Albert Einstein (1879-1955) - The most well known genius in history, Albert Einstein was a boss. During his career, he revolutionized almost every area of Physics, including quantum mechanics and he effectively founded the study of Cosmology. His theory of general relativity has been wildly successful, despite ‘attacks’ by neutrinos. 

Richard Feynman (1918-1988) - His most important contributions came via his path integral formulation of quantum mechanics and development of Quantum Electrodynamics (QED). Plus, he was a total badass.