Pens 'N' Needles
euclase:

Sinistra, drawn in PS. 
I’ve been wanting to remake this for a long time, so I finally did. Sinistra means “left.” In ancient bird flight divination, the sky was divided into four parts, and the left (and most ominous) part was called the sinistra.

euclase:

Sinistra, drawn in PS. 

I’ve been wanting to remake this for a long time, so I finally did. Sinistra means “left.” In ancient bird flight divination, the sky was divided into four parts, and the left (and most ominous) part was called the sinistra.

annaversusart:

I have a lot of emotions about HTTYD2 and also pastel clouds are my favourite.  This painting was therapy.

annaversusart:

I have a lot of emotions about HTTYD2 and also pastel clouds are my favourite.  This painting was therapy.

astudyinholmes:

overcrowdedtardis:

sherlock:

THAT CHILD LOOKS LIKE SHERLOCKS SON. JUST LOOK AT HIS HAIR AND FACIAL STRUCTURE.

This kid in this episode was awesome.

Because kids in crime series are usually just there to be all doe-eyed and innocent and then have something traumatic happen to them. Because people think kids are frail and need to be protected from anything slightly unpleasant. Whereas in reality, kids love gruesome shit like this.

I cite this scene as a reason why Sherlock might actually be a surprisingly good parent.

I really loved this scene, because canonically, Sherlock is good with kids. In the books, Sherlock is portrayed dealing with his gang of Baker Street Irregulars, and it’s made clear that the children are quite fond of him, and he them.

grandpacain:

the way demon!dean saunters

that’s what keeps me awake at night

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itsbetterthananal:

im waiting for the day i can use this as a reaction image and confuse everyone for a good 5-30 seconds before they get it

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margurita:

he looks so scared

margurita:

he looks so scared

thebloggerbloggerfun:

queenofletters:

I would pay good money to have a navigation system voiced by cas

"I don’t understand, why did you not turn when I told you to?"

"You should show me some respect. I dragged you out of downtown rush hour traffic, I can drag you back in."

Can you imagine, though:

Crashing the car when you didn’t have permission to take it out:

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godotal:

omgbuglen:

How to use sand to freak people out

Imagine if some guy was tripping and saw the woman, runs up to help her and she just crumbles apart in his hands. That’s gonna take the trip south.

godotal:

omgbuglen:

How to use sand to freak people out

Imagine if some guy was tripping and saw the woman, runs up to help her and she just crumbles apart in his hands. That’s gonna take the trip south.

dahliasheng:

SuperWho / Destiel AU, epilogue: With the world finally at peace, Dean and Castiel have a chance to talk.

Other parts of this series: (Part I) (Part 2) (Part 3) (Epilogue) (Side story)

Bonus graphics: (Rose & Castiel) (Rose & the TARDIS)

dahliasheng:

SuperWho / Destiel AU, part 3: "So now what? We just ride off into the sunset with our respective angels?"

Other parts of this series: (Part I) (Part 2) (Part 3) (Epilogue) (Side story)

Bonus graphics: (Rose & Castiel) (Rose & the TARDIS)

dahliasheng:

SuperWho / Destiel AU, part 2: The Apocalypse draws near, and Castiel must reconsider where his allegiance lies. Rose offers her advice.

Other parts of this series: (Part I) (Part 2) (Part 3) (Epilogue) (Side story)

Bonus graphics: (Rose & Castiel) (Rose & the TARDIS)

dahliasheng:

SuperWho / Destiel AU, part 1: While working a case, Sam and Dean discover a startling secret about their childhood friend, Rose Tyler.

Other parts of this series: (Part I) (Part 2) (Part 3) (Epilogue) (Side story)

Bonus graphics: (Rose & Castiel) (Rose & the TARDIS)