TJ's Awesomeness In Blog Form
yourkickstartersucks:

yes. yes!!!

yourkickstartersucks:

yes. yes!!!

kingofooo:

Billy’s Bucket List - title card

designed by Michael DeForge

painted by Nick Jennings

seinfelt:

Meeting up with Jerry after a particularly successful set, George is feeling a little disappointed in himself. “Jer,” he says, “Why don’t I ever follow through on anything I try to do?” Jerry tells him, “Whenever you feel like you can’t go any harder, go harder.” He takes a swig of…

kevinpanetta:

Machine Gun Kellys

written by Kevin Panetta

Drawn by Brooke A. Allen

tysonhesse:

Bonkey Dong Family

tysonhesse:

Bonkey Dong Family

ianjq:

stevencrewniverse:

Funland Arcade tunes from Arcade Mania!
Composed by Aivi & Surasshu

Some of my favorite tracks in the show so far. Mad freshhhhh

When is cartoon network going to start selling SU’s BGM? I will buy that sountrack so fast.

ianjq:

pretty much one of the hardest things to conceptualize. was working this out for a future “drawing guide” and thought i’d share.
the shapes that you draw can exist in 3d space… think about it… it’s cooool

ianjq:

pretty much one of the hardest things to conceptualize. was working this out for a future “drawing guide” and thought i’d share.

the shapes that you draw can exist in 3d space… think about it… it’s cooool

dktragonizer:

tjsawesometumblstravaganza:

dktragonizer:

Went on a mini rant on my Twitter about books bc I’ve been sitting on it a while and it felt good to get my thoughts out into cyberspace idk

But, see, it is supposed to make you uncomfortable. It is totally necessary for them to do that so they can make you hate these characters and hate this world, and when you have so much spite it makes the successes of characters you do like so much more powerful.Your point is totally justified. It’s just that good books exist for this very reason- to make us feel uncomfortable and feel the whole gamut of human emotion. Exploring ourselves, especially part of ourselves that we hate, is important for growing as people.I’m not arguing that any of your feelings are wrong because your feelings are so totally your feelings and your right to have. I just don’t see any real conclusion to your arguments, is all. Yeah, those books are hella misogynistic and disgusting and loathsome. And that is exactly why they are great. They help us explore these disgusting and loathsome aspects of ourselves and humanity, and ultimately that is what great art is about.

I… suppose so. I definitely don’t like it, as I already touched on why. Plus, I can’t help but roll my eyes every time it happens now; like, yeah, of course, cause these people aren’t truly evil enough unless they’re sexually assaulting someone. It seems like such an easy evil to write, because obviously you aren’t supposed to sympathize with those people so let’s make them do this compleeetely awful thing! All of them will do it! All the time.
It’s an easy, awful evil that’s overused in things other than just these books, I think, and I’m just sick of it (for various other reasons of course, but y’know.)
Anyway, like I mentioned in the tags, I’m only nearly through with book 3 so hopefully things’ll get better. coughJaimegoddamnLannistercough
((Unrelated but I’m gonna take Dany’s dragons and marry them. I will marry the dragons. That’s a thing I can do, right??))

Well, I guess I’ve only seen the show so I can’t speak for how overused it is in the books. But rape as shorthand for “BAD GUY” is pretty shitty writing. Any sort of shorthand for “BAD GUY” is shitty writing. So, yeah, that much is a pretty valid criticism. I just know there’s lots of places where perhaps it is a necessary and thought out part of the world and characters and in those scenarios grotesque scenes are acceptable because they serve importance.((Also, I call dibs on Dany then.))

dktragonizer:

tjsawesometumblstravaganza:

dktragonizer:

Went on a mini rant on my Twitter about books bc I’ve been sitting on it a while and it felt good to get my thoughts out into cyberspace idk

But, see, it is supposed to make you uncomfortable. It is totally necessary for them to do that so they can make you hate these characters and hate this world, and when you have so much spite it makes the successes of characters you do like so much more powerful.

Your point is totally justified. It’s just that good books exist for this very reason- to make us feel uncomfortable and feel the whole gamut of human emotion. Exploring ourselves, especially part of ourselves that we hate, is important for growing as people.

I’m not arguing that any of your feelings are wrong because your feelings are so totally your feelings and your right to have. I just don’t see any real conclusion to your arguments, is all. Yeah, those books are hella misogynistic and disgusting and loathsome. And that is exactly why they are great. They help us explore these disgusting and loathsome aspects of ourselves and humanity, and ultimately that is what great art is about.

I… suppose so. I definitely don’t like it, as I already touched on why. Plus, I can’t help but roll my eyes every time it happens now; like, yeah, of course, cause these people aren’t truly evil enough unless they’re sexually assaulting someone. It seems like such an easy evil to write, because obviously you aren’t supposed to sympathize with those people so let’s make them do this compleeetely awful thing! All of them will do it! All the time.

It’s an easy, awful evil that’s overused in things other than just these books, I think, and I’m just sick of it (for various other reasons of course, but y’know.)

Anyway, like I mentioned in the tags, I’m only nearly through with book 3 so hopefully things’ll get better. coughJaimegoddamnLannistercough

((Unrelated but I’m gonna take Dany’s dragons and marry them. I will marry the dragons. That’s a thing I can do, right??))

Well, I guess I’ve only seen the show so I can’t speak for how overused it is in the books. But rape as shorthand for “BAD GUY” is pretty shitty writing. Any sort of shorthand for “BAD GUY” is shitty writing. So, yeah, that much is a pretty valid criticism. I just know there’s lots of places where perhaps it is a necessary and thought out part of the world and characters and in those scenarios grotesque scenes are acceptable because they serve importance.

((Also, I call dibs on Dany then.))

dktragonizer:

Went on a mini rant on my Twitter about books bc I’ve been sitting on it a while and it felt good to get my thoughts out into cyberspace idk

But, see, it is supposed to make you uncomfortable. It is totally necessary for them to do that so they can make you hate these characters and hate this world, and when you have so much spite it makes the successes of characters you do like so much more powerful.Your point is totally justified. It’s just that good books exist for this very reason- to make us feel uncomfortable and feel the whole gamut of human emotion. Exploring ourselves, especially part of ourselves that we hate, is important for growing as people.I’m not arguing that any of your feelings are wrong because your feelings are so totally your feelings and your right to have. I just don’t see any real conclusion to your arguments, is all. Yeah, those books are hella misogynistic and disgusting and loathsome. And that is exactly why they are great. They help us explore these disgusting and loathsome aspects of ourselves and humanity, and ultimately that is what great art is about.

dktragonizer:

Went on a mini rant on my Twitter about books bc I’ve been sitting on it a while and it felt good to get my thoughts out into cyberspace idk

But, see, it is supposed to make you uncomfortable. It is totally necessary for them to do that so they can make you hate these characters and hate this world, and when you have so much spite it makes the successes of characters you do like so much more powerful.

Your point is totally justified. It’s just that good books exist for this very reason- to make us feel uncomfortable and feel the whole gamut of human emotion. Exploring ourselves, especially part of ourselves that we hate, is important for growing as people.

I’m not arguing that any of your feelings are wrong because your feelings are so totally your feelings and your right to have. I just don’t see any real conclusion to your arguments, is all. Yeah, those books are hella misogynistic and disgusting and loathsome. And that is exactly why they are great. They help us explore these disgusting and loathsome aspects of ourselves and humanity, and ultimately that is what great art is about.

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