Sunday, February 3, 2013
marshmallowtea:

Leah ~
Saturday, February 2, 2013
fassabendover:




Transformation



I’ve always felt bad about the Kid!Loki I drew for Chris for her birthday book (because she’s worth so much more than a quickie sketch), and I’ve also been feeling edgy for not being able to make a seasons greetings sort of fanart for the wonderful followers who’ve put up with me for ages.
So here’s something for you all to welcome in the new year (uhhh… if you’re not a Marvel person, I’m sorry!), while Chris will be getting a high res of this piece (I hope you’ll like it). 

This is just lovely.

fassabendover:

Transformation

I’ve always felt bad about the Kid!Loki I drew for Chris for her birthday book (because she’s worth so much more than a quickie sketch), and I’ve also been feeling edgy for not being able to make a seasons greetings sort of fanart for the wonderful followers who’ve put up with me for ages.

So here’s something for you all to welcome in the new year (uhhh… if you’re not a Marvel person, I’m sorry!), while Chris will be getting a high res of this piece (I hope you’ll like it). 

This is just lovely.

(Source: buckybuns)

Porpetine's Kesha Interactive Fiction is a must play.
It will take you four minutes.
It is the best possible way you can spend the next four minutes.
Trust me. I will rarely lie to you.

Porpetine's Kesha Interactive Fiction is a must play.

It will take you four minutes.

It is the best possible way you can spend the next four minutes.

Trust me. I will rarely lie to you.

but gillen, kitten…

mattfractionblog:

you’re coming at us

(dear the tumbles: kitten is mckelvie’s nickname pls call him that all the time)

Whatevs, bro.

Friday, February 1, 2013
samhumphries:

shutuphallie:

annfriedman:

“A younger woman who works in media recently wrote to me, “How did you build up a thick skin? Something I’ve always struggled with is not taking things personally and getting upset when people say things that hurt me — in comments, on Twitter, etc.” I explained to her that I have a hierarchy of haters. High-order haters are those who really know how to hurt you; they may have real power or influence in your social or professional world. These are the folks you might consider responding to, or otherwise defending yourself against. Low-level haters are usually people of little professional or social consequence to you. These are the folks who call you fat and ugly because they disagree with your views on, say, the federal debt. The lower a hater is on the pyramid, the more likely it is that the best response is to ignore him — while taking pride in the knowledge that, wherever the hater falls in this hierarchy, his or her very existence means you’re succeeding in having an impact. If you’ve got confidence in your skills — plus a support system of friends and colleagues who are there to back you up — haters can be marginalized.”
Haters Gonna Hate. What’s a Woman to Do About It? - NYmag.com / The Cut

Today’s golden nugget from Mz. Friedman.
RESPECT.

This is for all my tru ballers. 

I was thinking about writing something about how I engage with people online, my methodology for internet debates and arguments and all that. But yes, this.
I do recall a bit of advice I gave fellow games writers in terms of responding to comments: if you have to say something, don’t.

samhumphries:

shutuphallie:

annfriedman:

“A younger woman who works in media recently wrote to me, “How did you build up a thick skin? Something I’ve always struggled with is not taking things personally and getting upset when people say things that hurt me — in comments, on Twitter, etc.” I explained to her that I have a hierarchy of haters. High-order haters are those who really know how to hurt you; they may have real power or influence in your social or professional world. These are the folks you might consider responding to, or otherwise defending yourself against. Low-level haters are usually people of little professional or social consequence to you. These are the folks who call you fat and ugly because they disagree with your views on, say, the federal debt. The lower a hater is on the pyramid, the more likely it is that the best response is to ignore him — while taking pride in the knowledge that, wherever the hater falls in this hierarchy, his or her very existence means you’re succeeding in having an impact. If you’ve got confidence in your skills — plus a support system of friends and colleagues who are there to back you up — haters can be marginalized.”

Haters Gonna Hate. What’s a Woman to Do About It? - NYmag.com / The Cut

Today’s golden nugget from Mz. Friedman.

RESPECT.

This is for all my tru ballers. 

I was thinking about writing something about how I engage with people online, my methodology for internet debates and arguments and all that. But yes, this.

I do recall a bit of advice I gave fellow games writers in terms of responding to comments: if you have to say something, don’t.

Preview for Iron Man 6, out next week (via CBR)

callmekitto:

smiledesu is entirely at fault

s’all i’m sayin, ok

s’all i’m sayin