You Machine.

Danielle, early twenties.
I have an addictive personality. I fall deeply in love with fictional characters. I like to reblog and write and draw about the feelings they give me. Mostly Doctor Who, Sherlock, Marvel movies, and whatever else tickles my fancy.

lameprlncess:

this horse drawn carriage is terrible. why did i ever let that horse have art lessons?? it doesnt even know how to hold a pencil let alone draw a wagon 

(via hedgehogsinthecandykingdom)

hope-for-snow:

peculiarbraindeer:

In 2014, 3D animation introduced a new feature that I think is an underappreciated evolution in animated movie making.

Blotchiness.

I am serious. Rapunzel from Tangled (2011) and Merida from Brave (2012) have very even skin tones and just a couple of freckles. Anna and Elsa from Frozen (2013) have the little reddish, uneven marks that people actually have. It’s subtle (I did a lot of photoshopping to bring it out), but it makes such a difference! That, and the more natural way of producing freckles makes all these HD closeups so very special!

These are unedited (all I did was crop and resize to tumblr post size) caps from Dreamworks’ Rise of the Guardians (2012) and How to Train Your Dragon (2010):

I mean LOOK AT THOSE FREAKING REALISTIC DETAILS

DREAMWORKS’ BLOTCHINESS GAME ON POINT

(via thelongwinteriscumming)

carsonphillips:

when my mom took care of babies my favorite story is about this toddler named eli who took a while to talk and everyone was concerned about it but one day my dad was like “eli, can you say ‘car’?” and he looks at my dad and goes “yes, i can. why do you ask?”

(via and-iou-somuch)

Ron is racist - and that's great

lurknomoar:

Ron Weasley’s character is consciously written as somewhat racist. Not as racist as Malfoy, of course - he doesn’t scoff at mudbloods and halfbloods, and he doesn’t see himself as superior at all. Still, he unquestionably accepts the inferior position of house elves (they love