I like WoW stuff and Dragon Age and GoT and orcs. Gay orcs. And I like to draw.
I've also got a DA page I don't update often and fics on ff.net that I'm also bad at keeping up with.




Sorry if this is the second time you’re seeing this- Tumblr really doesn’t like my long comics so I reformatted this into janky pages.

Some of you may remember this comic from last winter.

A few days ago, I got an email from the survey people, SNAAP, talking about their findings.  I skimmed it.  I felt like I had already said what I needed to say on the subject, and didn’t really want to get all worked up about it again.

But then I just saw this article:  http://mic.com/articles/101758/good-news-art-students-your-degree-is-actually-paying-off

One choice quote says “SNAAP argues that arts graduates have actually “found meaningful employment, are satisfied with their lives, and are pleased that they chose to go to an arts school.” In fact, they’re “among the happiest professionals in the US.”

I don’t want to argue any of this.  If you are a happy, well-employed, financially secure and satisfied designer, I am so so  happy for you, not to mention jealous.

HOWEVER.  As a person who TOOK said survey: there were no questions about any of this.  I was not asked about finding meaning, I was not asked about happiness, I was not asked about my pleased-ness.  I was asked carefully phrased questions that generated all the right responses, while cleverly AVOIDING all of these hot topics.

I’m love my work.  I’m so glad I went to RISD.  I’m also broke, stressed, depressed, and underemployed.  And yet, statistically, I am one of the pleased and satisfied customers, according to SNAAP. 

I’m disappointed and annoyed by this.




I had remembered this tweet as being by Gaider and was going to put this down to the art and writing teams just not communicating — see also: banters in Origins that suggest Oghren has a full beard — but it was Laidlaw, so I’ve got nothing. Bull definitely has a couple of truncated fingers on his left hand. And hilarious pants.

This reminds me of when your parents buy you a really neat gift for your birthday and you’re on to them from the beginning, but they keep going “I don’t know what you’re talking about, we got you sand for your birthday” but when your birthday rolls around, hey look! Not sand!

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#while bbc sherlock is at the stage where sherlock and john are finally discovering their love for each other #the movies have flown straight past flirting and into husband land

Interviewer: Tell us about your relationship with Robert Downey Jr on set.
Jude Law: Oh, I love him. I love him.
Interviewer: Yeah? You had a bit of a bromance going on there.
Jude Law: What is this new term everyone is using?
Interviewer: Bromance?
Jude Law: Oh, it’s a horrible term. What about just a romance?
Interviewer: No, it’s not the same.
Jude Law: Why not? Why?
Interviewer: Cause then you’d have to star in a romantic comedy together or something.
Jude Law: We just have. Have you not seen it? [x]

Jude Law does not have time for any of that ‘No Homo’ bullshit…


(Source: funkes)

A letter from a Paramedic:

I can’t tell you what working on an ambulance is like. It’s far away from anyone’s version of a normal life. Spending a 3rd of your life with your partner (24 hours on, 48 hours off) is like having a second family away from home. It comes with a different set of expectations and feelings, and a different kind of trust that exceeds nearly anything else. The experiences you have at work in this field can only be shared by you and your partner.

I won’t tell you what the worst thing I’ve seen is. That is one of the cruelest questions you could ask one of us, to go back and relive a horror that no human being should have to experience. The percentage of emergency personnel who develop PTSD is second only to the military, and we accumulate the problems that go along with it at a staggering rate (drug/alcohol abuse, divorce, suicide).

I can tell you that we have an odd sense of humor. Many of us in the right situation have literally sung “staying alive” by the beegees, or “another one bites the dust” by queen while performing CPR. This is not meant to be sick, it is only meant to keep us in rythym.

I am sorry if while working on your family member, I appear to not be listening to you or addressing your concerns. Unfortunately I am often not permitted the opportunity to do that given the circumstances. Your loved one’s life/health can and must come before your questions.

The words “ambulance driver” are a source of great insult to us. If I were only a driver, I would not have gone to school, nor would I have more certifications in my back pocket than many floor nurses.

There is so much that should be said that the bounds of a given situation or pure professionalism prevent us from uttering. So I will say it here.

To the lady who lost her husband following a long battle with cancer-
I am sorry. I wish that there was anything that I could say to ease what you’re going through. I am sorry that the situation you were in made it impossible for me to hide your husbands asystolic ekg strip from you, and for the painful questions that I had to ask. I want you to know that you were the very epitome of grace and courage while we were there, and that you have inspired me to try to be the same in my own struggles with grief.

To the family of the critical patient that we transferred to an intensive care unit at another hospital, who died on the way:
I am sorry that we couldn’t give you more time to say goodbye. We weren’t trying to be insensitive or callous when we told you that we had to go, we were only doing our best to care for him and keep him alive.

To the parents of the two year old that died in the fire:
I have mixed emotions for you. I am terribly sorry for your loss. I am also terribly sorry that you left several children under the age of eight to play alone while you got high at the house next door. We found your baby curled in a ball underneath a pile of clothes, badly burned but not so bad that I couldn’t count every little finger and toe. I rage at your irresponsibility, but grieve for your loss.

To the man whose wife I did CPR on:
I wish that things had turned out differently. You were married for 70 years to a beautiful bride that I couldn’t bring back for you. There is nothing I can say in the face of that loss, but I hope you know I tried.

To the scared parents of the 3 year old with a fever:
I understand your fear. If I’m grumpy, it’s not directed at you. It’s because I’ve been at work 21 hours, haven’t slept and have missed 2 out of 3 meals, and right before I came to get your child I ran one of the calls above this one.

To the frequent flier:
Please take the time to educate yourself about the health problems that you have. Ultimately you are responsible for your own health, and if you don’t step up and follow your doctors recommendations, and manage your issues, they will kill you. And I will have gotten to know you to the point of having memorized your medical history, allergies, medications, name, date of birth, and half of your social security number, only to walk in and pronounce you dead.

To the grumpy ER nurse at the level 1 trauma center:
I am sorry that you are having a bad day. Please don’t take it out on me or belittle the work that I have done, in many cases in an attempt to make your job easier and faster. I only ask for 5 minutes of your time to give report and provide good continuity of care. I try my best to come in with a smile, please don’t try to eat me. Kindness costs you nothing.

To the general public:
Please, please pull to the right. If we are sitting down to eat a meal, don’t make snide remarks about how you are seeing “your taxes go to work” or how we are paid too much. There is no price tag on what we do, and 40-50% of us do it for free. And most importantly of all, don’t ask the question mentioned in the second paragraph. If you want to satisfy your morbid curiosity, come ride with us for a day, and see for yourself.

Many times we are referred to as callous, insensitive, uncaring, etc. We have developed these things as a facade. It is a coping mechanism. If we didn’t care, we would not be here. The everyday world is an ugly place, and death comes for all of us. I wish I could say it was always peaceful, but very rarely does anyone get to hear another “I love you” before someone takes their last breath.

There have been many times when I pull up in front of my house in the morning, wishing that things had gone differently. I feel like a sponge for others grief, pain, and sorrow. You soak it up in an attempt to make it better in some small, meaningful way. After that you go home and hold those who mean something to you a little closer.

The times when things do go right are like bright, shining stars in a moonless sky. Where we stabilized that guy from the car crash who had 18 broken bones and a crushed airway. Or when we brought back a 53 day old baby’s heart beat. There’s not a price tag on that feeling either.

I hope all of you stay safe and healthy. When you don’t, we will be there. Any time, any place, no matter what. We’ll be there.

At your service always,
A paramedic.

 By Andy Casteel, Emt-p, roane county, Tn (via ff8ems56)

(Source: westbound8952)




“A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.”

I’ve reblogged this before and I will reblog it again.

This is so great


a wiggle of draenei

a noble of blood elves

an explosion of goblins

a lurk of forsaken

a dad of orcs



Daniel Radcliffe's transformation in the upcoming Horns has been kept largely under wraps ahead of the movie’s Halloween release date. But some totally amazing new pictures making the rounds online today show just how complete Radcliffe’s devilish transformation will be.” [article]




Custom Listings to Come SOON!

i personally made each of these by hand, did all the beading, designing, etc. go buy one! some of them can be replicated if you miss out, but others can’t — they’re one of a kind!

I really don’t have words anymore for this man just please stop him 

(Source: thranduilings)


The fact that Manveer Heir is heavily involved in the development of the next Mass Effect game, and doesn’t tolerate sexism in video games, gives me a lot of hope for the future of the franchise.



Excellent Orange is the New Black cosplay at New York Comic Con yesterday.

This is phenomenal



Excellent Orange is the New Black cosplay at New York Comic Con yesterday.

This is phenomenal