taishou-kun:

Suzuki Shinichi 鈴木 四日 (1835–1919)
Newsman - Hand coloured - 1870s.
Source : The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

taishou-kun:

Suzuki Shinichi 鈴木 四日 (1835–1919)

Newsman - Hand coloured - 1870s.

Source : The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

feralworks:

eelrak:

eelrak:

AHHHH I’m on such a high right now - I’ve been working along with 5 other classmates on our monster suit rendition of the Queen of Hearts this past 10 weeks. This is the final result!

I did the initial concept drawing, worked as the lead fabricator -  all the roses, props and clothing aspects of the suit - and I did all the paint detailing on the chest and head pieces. Every member of the group took part in the application today because IT TOOK SIX HOURS. It’s such an overwhelming feeling to see an image that you rendered in 2-d come to life, my heart pretty much exploded.

I’ll post some more photos as I get them! maybe I’ll write a breakdown of the process, too.

this is getting reblooged a lot lately so I just wanted to say thank you for the nice comments - this project meant so much to me and I’m really, truly happy that people enjoy it. :’)

Absolutely gorgeous!

kimono-nao:

撫子凛

kimono-nao:

撫子凛


Intermezzo Sinfonico - Cavalleria Rusticana by Pietro Mascagni

Not part of the official soundtrack.
This started playing on Episode 31 when Kenshin said goodbye to Kaoru.

yuikki:

untitled by Telmo-fotos on Flickr.

yuikki:

untitled by Telmo-fotos on Flickr.

childishflamingo:

my favorite thing in stories is when the antagonist doesn’t die, but instead they realize they were being kind of a stupid dick (maybe because the protagonist saved them or something) and then they have to kind of awkwardly tag along with the heroes in order to make up for their mistakes and gradually become slightly less evil

(Source: zukozukozukozukozuko)

handjob:

when someone gets called out for saying something problematic & they try justifying it

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blue-eyed-hanji:

tribalpunk:

I lost my shit in class today because I was looking through this binder that the professor had that had different kinds of masks and under the “commedia” section it had this

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sir that aint no italian theature that’s an excalibur cosplay

FOOL

(Source: homuism)