cloysterbell:

I think my favorite thing about this generation is how seriously everyone takes their Hogwarts house.

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spaceboundcas:

Mads wardrobe misfortune 

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ORLANDO BLOOM PUNCHED JUSTIN BIEBER IN THE FACE

amileofmiles:

shaunthehistorian:

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johnthreecontinents:

ORLANDO BLOOM PUNCHED JUSTIN BIEBER IN THE FACE

ORLANDO BLOOM PUNCHED JUSTIN BIEBER IN THE FACE

  1. ORLANDO BLOOM PunCHED KJUSTIN BIEBER IN THE FCACE
  • ORLAND O
  • BLOOM
  • PUNCHESDD
  • JUSTIN
  • BIEBER
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What would your muse do if they found mine locked in a cell and chained to a wall? Put it in my ask.

ravenssoulself:

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15 hours ago   34856   Reblog
  #bring it  #rp

pineplapple:

This is hands down the best parody twitter ever

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bluekomadori:

The tutorial of how I achieve watercolor effect in Sai! :) I highly recommend using real watercolor paintings (your own or ones found on the internet) as reference.

And here you can find a few useful links: 

  1. You can download the Sai file of this picture here: link 
  2. Video process of painting another picture: link
  3. The old watercolor tutorial: link
  4. Sai brushes (none of them is made by me) link + file you need to open them in Sai: link
  5. Awesome watercolor brushes made by Kyle T Webster: link

Here’s the finished painting: link

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jessicafangirl:

Let it be known when I told Guillermo Del Toro thank you for realizing Tom Hiddleston shared DNA with Peter Cushing that he said with wide eyed glee “I TOLD HIM THAT THE OTHER DAY!”

Added:  They aren’t actually related (that I know of) I was just pointing out the amazing and happy similarities between them to which Guillermo agreed.  Also I have audio of this interview which I’ll be posting on www.fangirlmag.com this week.  

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crimson-peak-fan:

CRIMSON PEAK SPOILER THOUGHTS 2:

You have the motif of butterflies and moths, books on insects, butterflies in the blue night ghostly sky of the Crimson Peak exhibit at San Diego Comic Con, the wallpaper spelling out “fear” in the moths’ wings.   The ring on the tray given to the bride Edith by Sir Thomas Sharpe is his mother’s ring, the matriarch in the painting; she’s clearly wearing it.


Guillermo del Toro has been quoted as saying the Sharpe house in England is a like a “living organism” that is “decaying”.   When Sir Thomas and his new wife arrive, the house begins to live again, to “breathe”.  

Caterpillars go into a chrysalis stage as the larvae mature, having shed their skin numerous times growing, and during metamorphosis turn into butterflies or moths.   

A new bride is brought to the house, with the dead mother’s ring as her engagement ring.  The obsession with metamorphosis, and a living house that is slowly decaying and “going mad”.  Is someone…or something…trying to come back to life?   Have there been such metamorphoses in this house before?   Hmmm…and just who IS Sir Thomas Sharpe if he’s “not who he appears to be.”?

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crimson-peak-fan:

CRIMSON PEAK SPOILER THOUGHTS 3:

The Crimson Peak corridor at SDCC 2014.   The pillars have sharp spikes as decoration as do the overhead arches.  The arches and pillars form a human-like framework.   Butterflies flutter outside the far window; there’s feeling of claustrophobia and entrapment (like the pinned and displayed butterflies inside the house).

Just from seeing the displays and this beautiful mirage of a part of Crimson Peak, one wishes Guillermo del Toro would produce a coffee table book with artwork, the story…dare we ask?

Screen-Rant: Do you think there’s potential for something similar, comic book tie-ins for Crimson Peak?

Del Toro:  "What we’re talking about with Crimson Peak is doing a book tie-in. I don’t think it’s a story that lends itself to comics because it is gothic romance, and gothic romance requires a really atmospheric advenure. So we have elements of romance, elements of thriller, ghosts…scary ghosts, but very scary humans, much more scary."

Oh, please, a beautiful hardback book showing all the loving work that has obviously gone into “Crimson Peak”: the costumes, the props, the sets, the story which has got us all going nuts (well, okay, I’m going mad, but perhaps there are a few more souls besides myself) would be a Christmas present devoutly to be wished.   This movie deserves an elegant book tie-in.   

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browngirlslovefassy:

HUMP. DAY. Con Mi Papi Chulo.

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Tom Hiddleston - beaten, bloody, and doing Shakespeare.

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Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown

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