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26th April 2014

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secretlifeofageekygirl:

avengellie:

randomstuffilike1995:


Agents of S.H.I.E.L.DSeason 1 Episode 1 (x)Season 1 Episode 2 (x)Season 1 Episode 3 (x)Season 1 Episode 4 (x)Season 1 Episode 5 (x)Season 1 Episode 6 (x)Season 1 Episode 7 (x)Season 1 Episode 8 (x)Season 1 Episode 9 (x)Season 1 Episode 10 (x)Season 1 Episode 11 (x)Season 1 Episode 12 (x)Season 1 Episode 13 (x)Season 1 Episode 14 (x)Season 1 Episode 15 (x)


Movies


X-MenX-Men (x)X2 X-men united (x)X-men: The Last Stand (x)X-Men Origins: Wolverine (x)X-Men: First Class (x)The Wolverine (x)


Iron Man (x)Iron Man 2 (x)Iron Man 3 (x)Thor (x)Thor: The Dark World (x)Captain America: The First Avenger (x)The Avengers (x)

The Amazing Spiderman (x)




Somewhere out there, Toby Maguire is crying

secretlifeofageekygirl:

avengellie:

randomstuffilike1995:

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D
Season 1 Episode 1 (x)
Season 1 Episode 2 (x)
Season 1 Episode 3 (x)
Season 1 Episode 4 (x)
Season 1 Episode 5 (x)
Season 1 Episode 6 (x)
Season 1 Episode 7 (x)
Season 1 Episode 8 (x)
Season 1 Episode 9 (x)
Season 1 Episode 10 (x)
Season 1 Episode 11 (x)
Season 1 Episode 12 (x)
Season 1 Episode 13 (x)
Season 1 Episode 14 (x)
Season 1 Episode 15 (x)
Movies
X-Men
X-Men (x)
X2 X-men united (x)
X-men: The Last Stand (x)
X-Men Origins: Wolverine (x)
X-Men: First Class (x)
The Wolverine (x)

Iron Man (x)
Iron Man 2 (x)
Iron Man 3 (x)
Thor (x)
Thor: The Dark World (x)
Captain America: The First Avenger (x)
The Avengers (x)
The Amazing Spiderman (x)

image

Somewhere out there, Toby Maguire is crying

Tagged: yes goodmarvelmasterpost

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9th January 2014

Photo reblogged from Girl vs The Multiverse with 49,226 notes

thewritingcafe:

BASICS:

Genres:
Alternate World: A setting that is not our world, but may be similar. This includes “portal fantasies” in which characters find an alternative world through their own. An example would be The Chronicles of Narnia.
Arabian: Fantasy that is based on the Middle East and North Africa.
Arthurian: Set in Camelot and deals with Arthurian mythology and legends.
Bangsian: Set in the afterlife or deals heavily with the afterlife. It most often deals with famous and historical people as characters. An example could be The Lovely Bones.
Celtic: Fantasy that is based on the Celtic people, most often the Irish.
Christian: This genre has Christian themes and elements.
Classical: Based on Roman and Greek myths.
Contemporary: This genre takes place in modern society in which paranormal and magical creatures live among us. An example would be the Harry Potter series.
Dark: This genre combines fantasy and horror elements. The tone or feel of dark fantasy is often gloomy, bleak, and gothic.
Epic: This genre is long and, as the name says, epic. Epic is similar to high fantasy, but has more importance, meaning, or depth. Epic fantasy is most often in a medieval setting.
Gaslamp: Also known as gaslight, this genre has a Victorian or Edwardian setting.
Gunpowder: Gunpowder crosses epic or high fantasy with “rifles and railroads”, but the technology remains realistic unlike the similar genre of steampunk.
Heroic: Centers on one or more heroes who start out as humble, unlikely heroes thrown into a plot that challenges them.
High: This is considered the “classic” fantasy genre. High fantasy contains the general fantasy elements and is set in a fictional world.
Historical: The setting in this genre is any time period within our world that has fantasy elements added.
Medieval: Set between ancient times and the industrial era. Often set in Europe and involves knights. (medieval references)
Mythic: Fantasy involving or based on myths, folklore, and fairy tales.
Portal: Involves a portal, doorway, or other entryway that leads the protagonist from the “normal world” to the “magical world”.
Quest: As the name suggests, the protagonist in this genre sets out on a quest. The protagonist most frequently searches for an object of importance and returns home with it.
Sword and Sorcery: Pseudomedieval settings in which the characters use swords and engage in action-packed plots. Magic is also an element, as is romance.
Urban: Has a modern or urban setting in which magic and paranormal creatures exist, often in secret.
Wuxia: A genre in which the protagonist learns a martial art and follows a code. This genre is popular in Chinese speaking areas.
Word Counts:
Word counts for fantasy are longer than other genres because of the need for world building. Even in fantasy that takes place in our world, there is a need for the introduction of the fantasy aspect.
Word counts for established authors with a fan base can run higher because publishers are willing to take a higher chance on those authors. First-time authors (who have little to no fan base) will most likely not publish a longer book through traditional publishing. Established authors may also have better luck with publishing a novel far shorter than that genre’s expected or desired word count, though first-time authors may achieve this as well.
A general rule of thumb for first-time authors is to stay under 100k and probably under 110k for fantasy.
Other exceptions to word count guidelines would be for short fiction (novellas, novelettes, short stories, etc.) and that one great author who shows up every few years with a perfect 200k manuscript.
But why are there word count guidelines? For young readers, it’s pretty obvious why books should be shorter. For other age groups, it comes down to the editor’s preference, shelf space in book stores, and the cost of publishing a book. The bigger the book, the more expensive it is to publish.
General Fantasy: 75k - 110k
Epic Fantasy: 90k - 120k
Contemporary Fantasy: 90k - 120k
Urban Fantasy: 80k - 100k
Middle Grade: 45k - 70k
YA: 75k - 120k (depending on sub-genre)
Adult: 80k - 120k (depending on sub-genre)

WORLD BUILDING:

A pseudo-European medieval setting is fine, but it’s overdone. And it’s always full of white men and white women in disguise as white men because around 85% (ignore my guess/exaggeration, I only put it there for emphasis) of fantasy writers seem to have trouble letting go of patriarchal societies. 
Guys. It’s fantasy. You can do whatever you want. You can write a fantasy that takes place in a jungle. Or in a desert. Or in a prairie. The people can be extremely diverse in one region and less diverse in another. The cultures should differ. Different voices should be heard. Queer people exist. People of color exist. Not everyone has two arms or two legs or the ability to hear.
As for the fantasy elements, you also make up the rules. Don’t go searching around about how a certain magic spell is done, just make it up. Magic can be whatever color you want. It can be no color at all. You can use as much or as little magic as you want.
Keep track of what you put into your world and stick to the rules. There should be limits, laws, cultures, climates, disputes, and everything else that exists in our world. However, you don’t have to go over every subject when writing your story.
World Building:
Fantasy World Building Questionnaire
Magical World Builder’s Guide
Creating Fantasy and Science Fiction Worlds
Creating Religions
Quick and Dirty World Building
World Building Links
Fantasy World Building Questions
The Seed of Government (2)
Guide to Science Fiction and Fantasy
Fantasy Worlds and Race
Water Geography
Alternate Medieval Fantasy Story
Writing Magic
Types of Magic
When Magic Goes Wrong
Magic-Like Psychic Abilities
Science and Magic
Creative Uses of Magic
Thoughts on Creating Magic Systems
Defining the Sources, Effects, and Costs of Magic
World Building Basics
Mythology Master Post
Fantasy Religions
Setting the Fantastic in the Everyday World
Making Histories
Matching Your Money to Your World
Building a Better Beast
A Man in Beast’s Clothing
Creating and Using Fictional Languages
Creating a Language
Creating Fictional Holidays
Creating Holidays
Weather and World Building 101
Describing Fantastic Creatures
Medieval Technology
Music For Your Fantasy World
A heterogeneous World
Articles on World Building
Cliches:
Grand List of Fantasy Cliches (most of this can be debated)
Fantasy Cliches Discussion
Ten Fantasy Cliches That Should Be Put to Rest
Seven Fantasy Cliches That Need to Disappear
Avoiding Fantasy Cliches 101
Avoiding Fantasy Cliches
Fantasy Cliches
Fantasy Cliche Meter: The Bad Guys
Fantasy Novelist’s Exam
Mary Sue Race Test
Note: Species (like elves and dwarves) are not cliches. The way they are executed are cliches.

CHARACTERS
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thewritingcafe:

BASICS:

Genres:

  • Alternate World: A setting that is not our world, but may be similar. This includes “portal fantasies” in which characters find an alternative world through their own. An example would be The Chronicles of Narnia.
  • Arabian: Fantasy that is based on the Middle East and North Africa.
  • Arthurian: Set in Camelot and deals with Arthurian mythology and legends.
  • Bangsian: Set in the afterlife or deals heavily with the afterlife. It most often deals with famous and historical people as characters. An example could be The Lovely Bones.
  • Celtic: Fantasy that is based on the Celtic people, most often the Irish.
  • Christian: This genre has Christian themes and elements.
  • Classical: Based on Roman and Greek myths.
  • Contemporary: This genre takes place in modern society in which paranormal and magical creatures live among us. An example would be the Harry Potter series.
  • Dark: This genre combines fantasy and horror elements. The tone or feel of dark fantasy is often gloomy, bleak, and gothic.
  • Epic: This genre is long and, as the name says, epic. Epic is similar to high fantasy, but has more importance, meaning, or depth. Epic fantasy is most often in a medieval setting.
  • Gaslamp: Also known as gaslight, this genre has a Victorian or Edwardian setting.
  • Gunpowder: Gunpowder crosses epic or high fantasy with “rifles and railroads”, but the technology remains realistic unlike the similar genre of steampunk.
  • Heroic: Centers on one or more heroes who start out as humble, unlikely heroes thrown into a plot that challenges them.
  • High: This is considered the “classic” fantasy genre. High fantasy contains the general fantasy elements and is set in a fictional world.
  • Historical: The setting in this genre is any time period within our world that has fantasy elements added.
  • Medieval: Set between ancient times and the industrial era. Often set in Europe and involves knights. (medieval references)
  • Mythic: Fantasy involving or based on myths, folklore, and fairy tales.
  • Portal: Involves a portal, doorway, or other entryway that leads the protagonist from the “normal world” to the “magical world”.
  • Quest: As the name suggests, the protagonist in this genre sets out on a quest. The protagonist most frequently searches for an object of importance and returns home with it.
  • Sword and Sorcery: Pseudomedieval settings in which the characters use swords and engage in action-packed plots. Magic is also an element, as is romance.
  • Urban: Has a modern or urban setting in which magic and paranormal creatures exist, often in secret.
  • Wuxia: A genre in which the protagonist learns a martial art and follows a code. This genre is popular in Chinese speaking areas.

Word Counts:

Word counts for fantasy are longer than other genres because of the need for world building. Even in fantasy that takes place in our world, there is a need for the introduction of the fantasy aspect.

Word counts for established authors with a fan base can run higher because publishers are willing to take a higher chance on those authors. First-time authors (who have little to no fan base) will most likely not publish a longer book through traditional publishing. Established authors may also have better luck with publishing a novel far shorter than that genre’s expected or desired word count, though first-time authors may achieve this as well.

A general rule of thumb for first-time authors is to stay under 100k and probably under 110k for fantasy.

Other exceptions to word count guidelines would be for short fiction (novellas, novelettes, short stories, etc.) and that one great author who shows up every few years with a perfect 200k manuscript.

But why are there word count guidelines? For young readers, it’s pretty obvious why books should be shorter. For other age groups, it comes down to the editor’s preference, shelf space in book stores, and the cost of publishing a book. The bigger the book, the more expensive it is to publish.

  • General Fantasy: 75k - 110k
  • Epic Fantasy: 90k - 120k
  • Contemporary Fantasy: 90k - 120k
  • Urban Fantasy: 80k - 100k
  • Middle Grade: 45k - 70k
  • YA: 75k - 120k (depending on sub-genre)
  • Adult: 80k - 120k (depending on sub-genre)

WORLD BUILDING:

A pseudo-European medieval setting is fine, but it’s overdone. And it’s always full of white men and white women in disguise as white men because around 85% (ignore my guess/exaggeration, I only put it there for emphasis) of fantasy writers seem to have trouble letting go of patriarchal societies. 

Guys. It’s fantasy. You can do whatever you want. You can write a fantasy that takes place in a jungle. Or in a desert. Or in a prairie. The people can be extremely diverse in one region and less diverse in another. The cultures should differ. Different voices should be heard. Queer people exist. People of color exist. Not everyone has two arms or two legs or the ability to hear.

As for the fantasy elements, you also make up the rules. Don’t go searching around about how a certain magic spell is done, just make it up. Magic can be whatever color you want. It can be no color at all. You can use as much or as little magic as you want.

Keep track of what you put into your world and stick to the rules. There should be limits, laws, cultures, climates, disputes, and everything else that exists in our world. However, you don’t have to go over every subject when writing your story.

World Building:

Cliches:

Note: Species (like elves and dwarves) are not cliches. The way they are executed are cliches.

CHARACTERS

Read More

Tagged: referenceresourcesmasterpost

Source: thewritingcafe

9th January 2014

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leavesoflorien:

troglobite:

forsmithsandgiggles:

thefoodispeople:

dottewa:

a-void-reality:

GO WATCH THIS SHOW, HONESTLY IT IS SO AMAZING. 

IF THIS POST CREATES 1 NEW PUSHING DAISIES FAN MY LIFE = MADE. 

Alright let me help out then:

1) Most of the cast is female. In fact only two main characters are male.

2) Both male characters take typically non-masculine hobbies. Emerson Cod knits almost non-stop and makes pop-up books. Ned is literally called “The Pie-Maker” because he bakes homestyle pies from his mother’s method. Both are shown to be very nurturing and even maternal characters. Conversely, the women? A pair of professional travelling show performers that have gritty sexual scandals the way men usually get (see the entire “Chuck’s father” storylines), a beekeeper who is the single most positive and optimistic character imaginable, and a former professional jockey- Three of four pro athletes.

3) You could very easily make the claim Ned is asexual.

4) Yes, the storyline is about romance. But it’s also about the positive side of a love story, and their only drama lies in overcoming their inability to actually share contact.

5) A very good friend of mine recommended this show to me as “Disney for adults.” I told her it was already on my list to watch because “It’s by Bryan Fuller, from Wonderfalls and Dead Like Me.” Bryan Fuller is now most known for “Hannibal.” The same camera methods and bright colours and lighting techniques Hannibal is known for? Perfected in this show, just using a different tone- The same colour methods in reverse, upping the vivid greens and yellows instead of reds and blues, which sells emotion both ways.

7) Probably one of the best examples of a modern day fairy tale possible.

8) Narrated by Jim Dale- The narrator for the HP audio books.

I don’t know if anyone’s already added links to this, but all of these here work and if you hover over the links, an episode description shows :)

Season 1:

  1. Pie-Lette
  2. Dummy
  3. The Fun in Funeral
  4. Pigeon
  5. Girth
  6. Bitches
  7. Smell of Success
  8. Bitter Sweets
  9. Corpsicle

Season 2:

  1. Bzzzzzzzzz!
  2. Circus Circus
  3. Bad Habits
  4. Frescorts
  5. Dim Sum Lose Some
  6. Oh Oh Oh… It’s Magic
  7. Robbing Hood
  8. Comfort Food
  9. The Legend of Merle McQuoddy
  10. The Norwegians
  11. Window Dressed to Kill
  12. Water & Power
  13. Kerplunk

Tagged: YES GOODpushing daisiesmasterpost

Source: a-void-reality

8th November 2013

Post reblogged from children of the atom with 84,175 notes

~Cosplay / Halloween Special effects makeup Megapost~

allhollowseve:

Makeup:

How to cover your eyebrows

Acne covering makeup

Smokey eye

How to apply fake lashes

How to apply blush

How to apply foundation

How to apply eyeshadow

Contouring/highlighting

Winged eyeliner

Special Effects:

Flesh eating bacteria effect

Bite wounds

Gunshot wounds

Unzipped mouth

Slashed throat

Fake cuts

Knife wound

Tattoos:

How to make a temporary tattoo

How to cover tattoos

Tagged: referencemasterpost

3rd November 2013

Link reblogged from I'm small but I can jump! with 63,472 notes

Waiting for the Bus in the Rain: Good psychological games masterpost? →

yemutu:

syrahde:

scootatoots:

thephantomsquee:

disjunkt:

disjunkt:

9-times:

atherys:

elkian:

No One Has To Die: Talking will spoil it from the start. Amazing concept and brilliant ending. Takes about 20 minutes to complete, browser game.

Tagged: videogamemasterpost

Source: elkian

27th July 2013

Photo reblogged from MsAether with 86,201 notes

johnnylongballs:

I always had trouble finding all the gag reels at once, so I compiled them all into a master post, please enjoy!
season 1 gag reel
season 2 gag reel
season 3 gag reel
season 4 gag reel
season 5 gag reel
season 6 gag reel
season 7 gag reel
and these are random/compilation gag reels
all outtakes from the French Mistake
all of mishas bloopers

johnnylongballs:

I always had trouble finding all the gag reels at once, so I compiled them all into a master post, please enjoy!

and these are random/compilation gag reels

Tagged: BLESS THIS POSTsupernaturalbloopersmasterpost

Source: johnnylongballs

20th March 2013

Photo reblogged from words and pictures. with 59 notes

toyghost:

starkid link post because a lot of my followers don’t know about starkid (there are more links i could’ve included but hey i don’t want to spend too long on this post)

[youtube channel] [website] [store] [wikia] [wiki]
[a very potter musical] [a very potter sequel] [a very potter senior year]
[holy musical b@man]
[little white lie]
[me and my dick]
[starship]

basically they’re totally awesome and you should check them out

toyghost:

starkid link post because a lot of my followers don’t know about starkid (there are more links i could’ve included but hey i don’t want to spend too long on this post)

[youtube channel] [website] [store] [wikia] [wiki]

[a very potter musical] [a very potter sequel] [a very potter senior year]

[holy musical b@man]

[little white lie]

[me and my dick]

[starship]

basically they’re totally awesome and you should check them out

Tagged: hells yesgood thingsstarkidmasterpost

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21st August 2012

Post reblogged from Fuck Yeah Its The Avengers with 14,475 notes

For the fans that are missing out.

lokisfairmaiden:

coulsonnn:

Gag Reel {X}

Deleted Scene {X}

Extended Scene {X}

Alternate Opening {X}

Alterate Ending {X}

INSTA-REBLOG

Tagged: THANK YOUAvengersvideomasterpost

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16th August 2012

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revyl:

MOTORCITY
SYNOPSIS: In the future, the city of Detroit is literally overshadowed by the seemingly utopian city called Detroit Deluxe, which is owned by the corrupt corporate executive Abraham Kane. Under the shiny and sleek exterior of this city is an oppressive regime that bans all personal freedoms, including something as simple as automobile transportation. It’s up to The Burners — a ragtag team of mechanics, rebels, and car experts — to put a stop to Kane and his dictatorship, and to bring back freedom to their underground haven called Motorcity. 
EPISODES (720p, some episodes are cut into parts because of the size, arranged according to the order intended by the creators)

01. Battle for Motorcity
x | torrent
02. Power Trip
x | torrent
03. Ride the Lightning
x | torrent
04. The Duke of Detroit (1X05 in DXD)
p1 p2 | torrent 
05. Texas-ify it (1x04 in DXD)
x | torrent
06. Off the Rack ( 1x11 in DXD ) NEW EPISODE
p1 p2 | torrent
07. Blond Thunder

p1 p2 | torrent
08. FEARLESS (LEAKED; NOT YET AIRED)
09. Going Dutch (1X08 in DXD)


p1 p2 | torrent

10. Vendetta (1x06 in DXD)

x | torrent

11. Ride of the Fantasy Vans (1x09 in DXD)

p1 p2 | torrent
12. The Duke of Detroit Presents… (1x10 in DXD)

x | torrent



EXTRAS

bumpers/interstitials/promos
motorcity unaired pilot 

Episodes will be added as they air. Please contact me for any problems or issues with the download links.
For those who can, please support the show by buying the episodes in iTunes or watching it in Disney XD at 8:30/7:30c.
credits: 720p logoless dl links are by Reaperza. 720p torrents are by dwjp90. Unaired pilot dl link by lyaazor.

Sharing the love for those who are not able to watch this on Disney XD.

revyl:

MOTORCITY

SYNOPSIS: In the future, the city of Detroit is literally overshadowed by the seemingly utopian city called Detroit Deluxe, which is owned by the corrupt corporate executive Abraham Kane. Under the shiny and sleek exterior of this city is an oppressive regime that bans all personal freedoms, including something as simple as automobile transportation. It’s up to The Burners — a ragtag team of mechanics, rebels, and car experts — to put a stop to Kane and his dictatorship, and to bring back freedom to their underground haven called Motorcity.
 

EPISODES 
(720p, some episodes are cut into parts because of the size, arranged according to the order intended by the creators)

01. Battle for Motorcity

02. Power Trip

03. Ride the Lightning

04. The Duke of Detroit (1X05 in DXD)

05. Texas-ify it (1x04 in DXD)

06. Off the Rack ( 1x11 in DXD ) NEW EPISODE

07. Blond Thunder

08. FEARLESS (LEAKED; NOT YET AIRED)

09. Going Dutch (1X08 in DXD)

10. Vendetta (1x06 in DXD)

11. Ride of the Fantasy Vans (1x09 in DXD)

12. The Duke of Detroit Presents… (1x10 in DXD)

EXTRAS

bumpers/interstitials/promos

motorcity unaired pilot 


Episodes will be added as they air. Please contact me for any problems or issues with the download links.

For those who can, please support the show by buying the episodes in iTunes or watching it in Disney XD at 8:30/7:30c.

credits: 720p logoless dl links are by Reaperza. 720p torrents are by dwjp90. Unaired pilot dl link by lyaazor.

Sharing the love for those who are not able to watch this on Disney XD.

Tagged: motorcitymasterpostyou're welcome

16th July 2012

Link reblogged from sairobee . tumblr . com with 28,167 notes

sairobee.tumblr.com: Songs for Creating Stuff →

sairobee:

I’m a big fan of film scores, and every year or so I get a bee up my bonnet to share my favorite tracks from my collection. So! Here’s 2012’s list, handily categorized according to the mood you might want to evoke. Enjoy!

FUN/JOY

Yessssss. I love posts like this.

Tagged: thank youmusicmasterpostcreativity