Broken Lines

Animation and personal junk.

Best voices on the internet

thedigitalhuman:

We talked about Voice being overlooked in the digital world, but the online world has some fantastic stuff to listen to, here’s some of our favs. Have a listen, share and add your own picks to the list.

Doug Stanhope’s podcast Doug is dark, twisted, hilarious and yet disarmingly charming….

Aural sex.

annavonsyfert:

drama and snake-friendship.

I was gonna make like a 2 page comic just for fun and then it ended up with 6 pages, woops

(via kateordie)

giancarlovolpe:

A little behind the scenes look of the early stages of Green Lantern the Animated Series.

My eternal gratitude to everyone who helped prove the doubters wrong.

(via disasterscenario)

disasterscenario:

I said I had a drawing in the works of Morporkia harassing Vimes and Vetinari— I wasn’t lying.
IDK I never do finished work. I’m trying to do stuff with more of a background than “vaguely colored geometric shape”, not that this is much better.

disasterscenario:

I said I had a drawing in the works of Morporkia harassing Vimes and Vetinari— I wasn’t lying.

IDK I never do finished work. I’m trying to do stuff with more of a background than “vaguely colored geometric shape”, not that this is much better.

(via carry-on-my-wayward-wuffles)

thearbiter:

notimpossiblejustabitunlikely said: 

I really like it, even if you did make a bird the villain. :)

Thank you! I think my original intention was to show that he wasn’t so much a villain as a wild creature that liked shiny things, but I just didn’t have the time.

That totally came across. If anything, it’s nice that it wasn’t heavy handed.

Hello followers

Hi people, it’s my birthday tomorrow and I fancy doing some drawing with/ for someone. Does anyone have a request, or an idea for a collaboration? If you’d like me to draw something from your favourite movie or show, shoot me a reply or a reblog. Sorry, I’ll only be able to do one or two. Thanks for following me anyway! :D

babygoatsandfriends:

OH NO. Attention: half goat half sheep born in Ireland!  The half-goat half-sheep, which is known as a ‘geep,’ was born to a ewe on Paddy Murphy’s farm.
The Irish Times reports that sheep have 54 chromosomes while goats have 60. Matings do occur, but the offspring is usually stillborn. The most famous case happened in Botswana when a female goat and a ram mated. Scientists found that the offspring had 57 chromosomes and it became known as the Toast of Botswana.
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQmJoxuSTcI 
Geep! Geep! Geep!

babygoatsandfriends:

OH NO. Attention: half goat half sheep born in Ireland!  The half-goat half-sheep, which is known as a ‘geep,’ was born to a ewe on Paddy Murphy’s farm.

The Irish Times reports that sheep have 54 chromosomes while goats have 60. Matings do occur, but the offspring is usually stillborn. The most famous case happened in Botswana when a female goat and a ram mated. Scientists found that the offspring had 57 chromosomes and it became known as the Toast of Botswana.

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQmJoxuSTcI 

Geep! Geep! Geep!

(via bombastaway)