I will give you a team of pokemon according to your blog if you reblog this
guys I am not kidding. I will if its the last thing I do
THIS WOULD BE AWESOME
I like it.
Oh this is really cool!!
suuuuuper late to the party but I have time this weekend so!
if I’ve got a little time here and there I think I’ll do this.
Track Name: Friend Like Me
Play Count: 249,349 plays
“Master, I don’t think you quite realise what you’ve got here. So why don’t you just ruminate whilst I illuminate the possibilities.”
being “cute” is really hard because even when youre angry people just kinda giggle at you and say “aw youre so cute when youre angry.” no. stop. recognize my power.
best gif use ever
its still fucking adorable
BBC Sherlock in the original Victorian era
And not forgetting…
reblogging for Lestrade. (thanks wastingyourgum xx)
Welcome to Night Vale is the best and you know it.
Day two of Africa week get’s the one of the continent’s most famous residents, thanks to my good friend Aurelie Wagner.
So today is all about the elephant in the room. Only two species of elephant exist, namely the African and Asian varieties, with the African member being the larger of the two. These two are the only living branch of the order ‘Proboscidea’, which once included such famous members as mastodons and mammoths. African Elephants are found scattered around the continent bellow the Sahara desert, and males are considered the largest living land animal on the planet (growing as tall at 13ft and weighing as much as 15,000 lbs). African elephants have seen a small curve of luck, as their status is now only listed as ‘vulnerable’, where as their Asian cousin unfortunately still holds at ‘endangered’
I’ve studied elephants before, but not under such time conditions, so I’ve been… reminded of their complexity. One of the biggest defining characteristics for an elephant is it’s skin, which seems both draped over the animal, and constrictingly tight in separate areas. The trouble with trying to tackle that artistically is that all the wonderful creases, cracks and wrinkles add a level of detail and complexity that can be a real pain. On the upswing though, I was pleased and intrigued to once again find a lot of subtle colors in these animals, and their environment can have extremes in lighting that adds further color to an animal that many characterize as just ‘grey’. Fun stuff.
Tomorrow is a new day, and with it a new African native to study. Hope to see you here again then.