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allthingscleopatra:

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nsfwgamer:

Nicole Marie Jean as the Comedian from ‘Watchmen’
NSFW Gamer ~ Website ~ Facebook ~ Twitter ~ YouTube 

nsfwgamer:

Nicole Marie Jean as the Comedian from ‘Watchmen’

NSFW Gamer ~ Website ~ Facebook ~ Twitter ~ YouTube 

nomalez:

figurasdm:

Batman: Arkham City “1:6 scale” - Hot Toys

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As a celebration for Batman’s 75th anniversary, Hot Toys introduces the Batman: Arkham City: 1:6th scale Batman Collectible Figure. The collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Batman from the game featuring a newly developed masked head sculpt with 2 interchangeable lower faces, newly sculpted muscular body and Batsuit, and detailed weapons. 

Hot Toys again…Masterpiece again !!

Links: More Hot Toys / Batman / More Collectible Figures / DC Comics .

cosplay2k:

Hey guys, Goliath from Cosplay2K here to share all the tips that you need to know in order to be a successful cosplayer! Of course none of these are requirements, but we believe that by following these tips you can have a fun, low-stress time in all of your cosplaying endeavors! So here we go!

Pro Tip #1: Never Procrastinate!

How many of you cosplayers have looked at an item for your cosplay and thought, “I’ll buy that next month!” or, “Oh, I have plenty of time to make that!” and brushed your cosplay off to the side? Well my number one piece of advice as a cosplayer is to never, EVER procrastinate. Seriously, try to have it done entirely no closer than a month of whatever event you’re going to, ideally two months in case you need to redo/reorder anything. One or two months may seem like a long time but that time runs out fast when your wig gets stuck in customs, that jacket you ordered is too small, or that prop you made broke. The sooner you can finish the better; of course, that doesn’t mean you should rush either, which brings me to…

Pro Tip #2: Plan, Plan, Plan!

When you’re researching how to make the various parts to your cosplay make sure you try to get a good estimate for how long it will take to do each step and try to make some sort of schedule; once you do that, STICK TO IT, especially if it’s a big cosplay. If you think you won’t have enough time before your next event, then perhaps do something else for the event and work on your first cosplay on the side for another event. Don’t rush on a cosplay, it probably won’t turn out as well. Keep in mind that 1-2 month safety period I told you about and plan to finish before that if at all possible! This will make your cosplay preparation much less stressful :)

Thanks for reading! More tips coming soon!

cosplay2k:

Hey guys, Goliath from Cosplay2K here to share all the tips that you need to know in order to be a successful cosplayer! Of course none of these are requirements, but we believe that by following these tips you can have a fun, low-stress time in all of your cosplaying endeavors! So here we go!

Pro Tip #1: Never Procrastinate!

How many of you cosplayers have looked at an item for your cosplay and thought, “I’ll buy that next month!” or, “Oh, I have plenty of time to make that!” and brushed your cosplay off to the side? Well my number one piece of advice as a cosplayer is to never, EVER procrastinate. Seriously, try to have it done entirely no closer than a month of whatever event you’re going to, ideally two months in case you need to redo/reorder anything. One or two months may seem like a long time but that time runs out fast when your wig gets stuck in customs, that jacket you ordered is too small, or that prop you made broke. The sooner you can finish the better; of course, that doesn’t mean you should rush either, which brings me to…

Pro Tip #2: Plan, Plan, Plan!

When you’re researching how to make the various parts to your cosplay make sure you try to get a good estimate for how long it will take to do each step and try to make some sort of schedule; once you do that, STICK TO IT, especially if it’s a big cosplay. If you think you won’t have enough time before your next event, then perhaps do something else for the event and work on your first cosplay on the side for another event. Don’t rush on a cosplay, it probably won’t turn out as well. Keep in mind that 1-2 month safety period I told you about and plan to finish before that if at all possible! This will make your cosplay preparation much less stressful :)

Thanks for reading! More tips coming soon!

final-vent-card:

jorgesantiagojr:

I finished that Nightcrawler commission. I hope you like it, Brittany!
This was one of those $5 sketches. I’m still accepting them so if you’d like to snag one, my email is jorge@jorgesantiagojr.com

Reblog for the cool art.Signal-boosting for the commissions.Love for the love god.Affection for the affection throne.

final-vent-card:

jorgesantiagojr:

I finished that Nightcrawler commission. I hope you like it, Brittany!

This was one of those $5 sketches. I’m still accepting them so if you’d like to snag one, my email is jorge@jorgesantiagojr.com

Reblog for the cool art.
Signal-boosting for the commissions.
Love for the love god.
Affection for the affection throne.

lupinatic:

#called needy, whiny and weak by the fandom


The Temptations, Stevie Wonder,The Miracles, The Supremes and Martha and the Vandellas, 1964 

The Temptations, Stevie Wonder,The Miracles, The Supremes and Martha and the Vandellas, 1964 

vintageblackglamour:

Esther Rolle (1920-1998) and Bern Nadette Stanis go over a “Good Times” script together in 1975. Photo: Isaac Sutton of Ebony.

vintageblackglamour:

Esther Rolle (1920-1998) and Bern Nadette Stanis go over a “Good Times” script together in 1975. Photo: Isaac Sutton of Ebony.