gameraboy:

The Mummy (1932)
gameraboy:

The Mummy (1932)

Technically, today’s challenge was a devil. I used it as an opportunity to design one of my fantasy characters. I also decided to leave the blue map pencil underlay as the only medium this time. Just trying to keep it a little different every so often.

some-good-songs:

Bohemian Rhapsody » Queen

as if you even need the lyrics
I mean c'mon

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wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.
Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934) wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.
Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934) wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.
Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934) wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.
Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934) wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.
Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934) wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.
Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934) wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.
Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934) wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.
Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934) wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.
Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934) wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.
Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934)

wehadfacesthen:

How many times have I reblogged this? But, still, it’s an astonishing moment in a brilliant performance that always sends a thrill up my spine.

Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage  (John Cromwell, 1934)

nitratediva:

Buster Keaton in The Three Ages of Facepalm (sorta). nitratediva:

Buster Keaton in The Three Ages of Facepalm (sorta). nitratediva:

Buster Keaton in The Three Ages of Facepalm (sorta).

nitratediva:

Buster Keaton in The Three Ages of Facepalm (sorta).

I’m feeling some kind of way and it ain’t positive. Someone distract me. Or send me recommendations for what you do to cheer yourself up.

no-pol-das-gay:

Ashes To Ashes // David Bowie

I’ve never done good things

I’ve never done bad things

I never did anything out of the blue

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