Posted 3 hours ago
what
you know to be honest I don’t think a thumbnail alone has ever made me want to watch a video more

what

you know to be honest I don’t think a thumbnail alone has ever made me want to watch a video more

Posted 4 hours ago

Well, I may be making a few leaps in logic here, but it looks like OFF traumatized Mark into not not uploading a new part today :P

Posted 6 hours ago
lychizzle:

markiplier’s face when he gets to that one part of OFF. 

lychizzle:

markiplier’s face when he gets to that one part of OFF. 

Posted 6 hours ago

Semi-Informed OFF! reaction (SPOILERS)

As strange as this sounds, I really wish that OFF was more like Undertale. (Strange, because they’re both games that guilt trip you for being a violent protagonist, which was something I was kind of unsettled by when watching Undertale). Undertale gives you a choice in your interactions with the world. Now I don’t know everything about OFF since it seems one of those games with hidden things everywhere, but it seems OFF forces you on a one-way path even when you’re not wanting to go along with it anymore and realize your error. It’s like Undertale with the guilt trip but with none of the choices.

It went from zany, creative, colorful absurdism to depressing, existentialist, maybe-allegorical-representation-of-an-insane-murderer. The “final ending” was a slap in the face. Its potential as an allegory for creative thinking repression or how society treats mental illness still seems to redeem it, but I’m not even sure how much weight that holds in light of the “final ending” and the stuff about killing the wife and child that may have been literal instead of symbolic. I mean, was the Batter representing the pills or was the Batter representing the father who lost his mind and murdered his family? The possibility for the latter, in my opinion, weakened the possibility for the former interpretation.

Either way, super dark, depressing, and existentialist. I hated to see the creativity go and the not-very-different endings. But it really gets its message across, life is not good without creativity, even though creativity and trust can be dangerous (IE: the three friends). Still not sure what the connection between the add-ons and the bosses were. So I was very disappointed in the second half of the game, but my I believe my disappointment stemmed from an appropriate, intended reaction to the core of the meaning of the story.

My favorite part was that it was not just so simple as “kill the bad guys.” The “bad guys” had purpose too, especially in the structure of the world. To remove the structure rather than to find another way causes an upset in the balance and an entire domino effect that can be impossible to rectify.

Feel free to discuss with me, yes?

Posted 8 hours ago

birdlooke:

shindoutakuto:

congratulations student b...moa tweeted his name today…..kobayakawa bambi is sucha  cute name i’m crying

icpss based on directions from kaff, the Ultimate Student B

BAMBI BAMBI

MOA HAD TO NAME AFTER THE DEER DIDN’T SHE

crying

Posted 10 hours ago

Character Design from Maleficent

Posted 10 hours ago

Character Design from Maleficent by Dylan Cole

Posted 10 hours ago

Character Design from Maleficent by Dylan Cole

Man, I LOVED Maleficent don’t get me wrong, but what if everything in the movie looked as gloriously detailed and non-obviously-cgi as this

Posted 10 hours ago

artdetails:

Tughra (Official Signature) of Sultan Suleiman. Istanbul, Turkey. c. 1555-1560. Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.

Posted 10 hours ago
Posted 10 hours ago

simsgonewrong:

My game glitched out and now recognizes all zombies and furniture as being limes 

Posted 10 hours ago

ariedyn:

 Doom bots of DOOOOOOOOOM!!!!

Posted 10 hours ago

cemeterydoll:

I went to the garden centre today

Posted 10 hours ago

coconuths:

until I have seen your face you look like your icon 

Casual reminder that I really do just look and act like a nerd stock character and am in fact not a cyborg with green hair

Posted 10 hours ago

Felix The Cat: The Movie review

I had to rewatch this review again solely because of this GIFset. Omg what WAS that guy even doing? I love how he spontaneously becomes a good guy halfway through the movie with no explanation. This movie is unreeeal in its weirdness/randomness/unnecessarily complicated structure haha. So it was perfect for a Nostalgia Critic episode.

On another note, I am oddly disturbed at Felix’s “mocking the dead” moment for someone who regularly indulges in graveyard humor. I mean that was something the evil queen from Snow White did. You’re putting this cat on the same level of humor as one of animation’s cruelest villains? Right at the beginning of the movie? Ok then …!

(Source: thatchickwiththegifs)