ink-porn:

Ilya Brezinski

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lost-disnerd:

africant:

You are too concerned with what was and what will be.

yay I’ve been seeing more Kung Fu Panda around Tumblr it deserves more appreciation

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Frozen characters in Once Upon A Time 

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thehttydblog:

xipeu:

thehttydblog:

moistplinth03:

thehttydblog:

Hey guys, I’ve been absent for a long time, but i haven’t lost my love for httyd. So i FINALLY had the time to do my Tumblr room with a Stalka quote.
Yay! :D
I couldn’t get the full picture but, i had a dreamcatcher on the side thats hanging on the ceiling , which you cant see.

Although im pretty impressed of what i did. So what do you guys think!

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwooooohhhh my gosh!!!!!!!

XD

CAN YOU HEAR THE GODS CRYING

#the gods probably ship them
Of course they ship them, why wouldn’t they?

sueslayer:

archetypalboner:

galesofnovember:

someone told me once that “blink blink” is cat for “I love you”

I’m sure this is total bullshit but i choose to believe it.

cats are hardcore man. instead of going, “i love you,” or whatever, they’re just like, “YOU ARE NEITHER MY ENEMY NOR MY PREY AND I THUS ALLOW YOU TO BE IN MY UNGUARDED PRESENCE.”

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qualcomm:

Three decades ago, if you brought together every mobile phone subscriber in the entire world, you would barely have enough people to fill up Qualcomm Stadium.

Since then, inventions have changed the world.

Today, there are over 7 billion active mobile devices in existence. In its relatively short time here on Earth, the mobile device has, and continues to, transform our lives. Drawing from World Bank data, we visualized the rise of invention in mobile phone technology.

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gamavl:

My cosplay on Annabeth Chase from Rick Riordan’s books Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus…;)

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disneyisinmyblood:

not-actually-that-cool:

I just started crying

Who said the people around you can decide what you can accomplish? This means a lot to me

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Now here we are, I'm suddenly standing at the beginning with you

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dragonscats:

nicktendosquad:

chiwandering:

For a great man has fallen. A warrior. A chieftain. A father. A friend.

Why the everlong fuck is Astrid smiling.

okay but can we all appreciate that this is probably the only animated movie with the most realistic, gut-wrenching crying? Like this scene right here, the expressions, the tiny changes in the facial muscles and details is by far unlike what real actors can muster. It’s just… we not only cried for stoick but we fucking bawled with these characters. we all mourned together, not caring about that this movie is fictional, only crying real tears for a character we grew to love. The feeling’s mutual with many other movies and shows and games… but the tears of these characters hit deeper. at least that’s my opinion

damn dreamworks you scary

Just for information for chiwandering up there: Astrid isn’t smiling. She’s coping. She’s coping with the fact that Stoick, her chief, her future father-in-law, has died. That her love’s father is gone and Hiccup has all the weight of Berk on his shoulders now. She’s coping with it the only way she knows how to: by remembering Stoick as he was, be strongly believing in Hiccup, and by never giving up. Astrid is a warrior. She’s not smiling at someone’s death. She’s honouring another warrior. She knows if they all succumb to grief now, they will never have a chance against Drago.

It’s that smile you pull because any other expression makes you seem like a dark person and you’re doing whatever you can to try and make the best of the situation. Not only that, she knows that this is going to be hard on Hiccup. He’s trying so hard to deliver some type of speech, just SOMETHING because they lost someone so great and all Astrid can do is watch Hiccup go through this. I think that’s what gets me the most about this whole scene. Yes the actual death is tragic and I cried the first time, but now, having watched the movie 3 times, it’s Hiccup’s TRYING to make a speech, that gets me right where it hurts. He’s trying so DAMN hard to say something, anything, about his father but he just doesn’t know how to put himself in that position of giving the speech. I remember thinking that his voice actor Jay Baruchel didn’t do a good job on the first watch of this. I didn’t feel like there was enough emotion behind it. But now, after the 3rd time, I see that this is more of the subtlety that dreamworks is perfecting and this time it’s thanks to their voice actors. Dreamworks by far is my favorite company (sure disney is good but…) because of things like this. Even while being animated, they make things as human as possible. Even in a fantastical world, the human element is still there and makes us believe what we’re seeing to be real and that in itself, in my opinion, is magic. Call me a baby, but almost any time I watch an animated movie I almost feel like crying just because all the hard work, dedication, and so much more that goes into these films is phenomenal that I feel all I can do is just cry in wonder of the masterpiece that it is. 

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sift-throughthestatic:

guacamolebeautyqueen:

rcmclachlan:

radiationdude:

NO. NO. I AM TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS OLD AND I AM CRYING BECAUSE I CAN STILL HEAR THE EXACT WAY SHADOW SAYS “PETER” AS HE COMES OUT OF THE WOODS DON’T LOOK AT MEEEE

^

Oh god. This gets me.

(Source: jordichins, via frozenheart-dragonsoul)

sixpenceee:

Diphylleia grayi also known as the skeleton flower. The petals turn transparent with the rain.