animationtidbits:

Big Hero 6 - Characters Poster

Yay for some sort of poc representation! But also you cannot tell me the girlie in yellow isn’t Rapunzel. You just can’t.

beastlyart:

serenading-solitude:

wellmanicuredman:

sextus—empiricus:

sunshien:

ahahhahaha what the fuck is wrong here is the siren damaged or something.  I’ve heard this exact siren before but never all creepy like this

what the fuck

Jesus christ, I was expecting something gigantic and awful to lurch out of the mist at any moment.

Maybe a clown.

atelier-sento:

The Coral Cave - making of the prototype
If you are interested in the making of our watercolor adventure game the Coral Cave, we have written this long article for the French website Indiemag:
http://www.indiemag.fr/articles/premiers-pas-prototype-coral-cave
It’s about the problems we encountered in the early days of the project.
Even if you can’t read French, you may be interested because you can download the first prototype of the game (it’s very short and rough). You can also ask us questions in English at the bottom of the article’s page. We’ll gladly answer.
atelier-sento:

The Coral Cave - making of the prototype
If you are interested in the making of our watercolor adventure game the Coral Cave, we have written this long article for the French website Indiemag:
http://www.indiemag.fr/articles/premiers-pas-prototype-coral-cave
It’s about the problems we encountered in the early days of the project.
Even if you can’t read French, you may be interested because you can download the first prototype of the game (it’s very short and rough). You can also ask us questions in English at the bottom of the article’s page. We’ll gladly answer.

atelier-sento:

The Coral Cave - making of the prototype

If you are interested in the making of our watercolor adventure game the Coral Cave, we have written this long article for the French website Indiemag:

http://www.indiemag.fr/articles/premiers-pas-prototype-coral-cave

It’s about the problems we encountered in the early days of the project.

Even if you can’t read French, you may be interested because you can download the first prototype of the game (it’s very short and rough). You can also ask us questions in English at the bottom of the article’s page. We’ll gladly answer.

A message from Anonymous
My boyfriend is white, and I'm mixed but I look really pale. No matter what I say about how reverse racism is nonexistent and a stupid concept, my boyfriend keeps insisting that "racism is racism, no matter what race it's directed at" and uses the argument "black people use racist slurs like 'white trash' and 'honkey' against white people" as an excuse to say the n-word. What can I say or do to show him how racist, offensive, and stupid he's acting?
A reply from social-justice-wario

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[Image: Wario smiling and flexing his wicked biceps and just being sexy as hell as usual. The text says “Ditch your loser boyfriend and get with Wario”]

A message from Anonymous
Wario, I'm also thinking of dumping my kinda-racist white boyfriend. What can I say to him when I ditch him that will truly devastate him?
A reply from social-justice-wario

Show him this picture

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And when he says "Whats this?" respond “it’s a single cracker, just like you”.

adventuretitan:

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natasha allegri’s response to samus’s new character design

  • Marginalized people: I really love diversity in media! I always have since I was a kid and I so rarely got to see people like me in my favorite books and shows! Lets work towards having more diversity in media. There's literally no downside or reason not to!
  • Straight white boy: THIS MAKES ME REALLY ANGRY FOR SOME REASON! LET ME EXPLAIN YOU A THING.
davejade:

please stay safe.

davejade:

please stay safe.

theatlantic:

For Shame: The Giant Poster That Shows Drone Pilots the People They’re Bombing

A new project, initiated by a collective of artists from around the world including the French JR, has tried to reach the people pulling the trigger in America’s drone wars—the drone operators themselves.

It’s called “Not A Bug Splat,” and its gets its name from the term drone operators use for a successful “kill,” because—in the pixelated grayscale of the drone camera—ending a human life looks like squashing a bug.

Read more. [Image: Not a Bug Splat]

thinksquad:

Heard of chikungunya? Up until a year ago , you may not have had reason to, as the mosquito-borne virus was confined to Asia and Africa. But the disease is now making its way to the U.S., and with the right combination of factors could soon become a household name.
Transmitted by mosquito bites, chikungunya usually isn’t fatal, according to the CDC, but symptoms, which include joint pain, can be “severe and disabling” — and can last for months. The name chikungunya, in fact, comes from a Makonde word meaning “that which bends up,” because “patients often are stooped in pain while suffering from the disease.” There’s no vaccine or treatment, and people in the Americas, not having been exposed to it before, have not developed any resistance to it.
http://www.alternet.org/personal-health/horrific-mosquito-borne-virus-invading-us-first-time
thinksquad:

Heard of chikungunya? Up until a year ago , you may not have had reason to, as the mosquito-borne virus was confined to Asia and Africa. But the disease is now making its way to the U.S., and with the right combination of factors could soon become a household name.
Transmitted by mosquito bites, chikungunya usually isn’t fatal, according to the CDC, but symptoms, which include joint pain, can be “severe and disabling” — and can last for months. The name chikungunya, in fact, comes from a Makonde word meaning “that which bends up,” because “patients often are stooped in pain while suffering from the disease.” There’s no vaccine or treatment, and people in the Americas, not having been exposed to it before, have not developed any resistance to it.
http://www.alternet.org/personal-health/horrific-mosquito-borne-virus-invading-us-first-time

thinksquad:

Heard of chikungunya? Up until a year ago , you may not have had reason to, as the mosquito-borne virus was confined to Asia and Africa. But the disease is now making its way to the U.S., and with the right combination of factors could soon become a household name.

Transmitted by mosquito bites, chikungunya usually isn’t fatal, according to the CDC, but symptoms, which include joint pain, can be “severe and disabling” — and can last for months. The name chikungunya, in fact, comes from a Makonde word meaning “that which bends up,” because “patients often are stooped in pain while suffering from the disease.” There’s no vaccine or treatment, and people in the Americas, not having been exposed to it before, have not developed any resistance to it.

http://www.alternet.org/personal-health/horrific-mosquito-borne-virus-invading-us-first-time