nightram:

Just before I fell asleep last night this popped into mind with a mighty need.

Dialogue taken from Parks and Rec.

eminaagnam:

15th Century Peasant Romance Comics
Kate Beaton

artvinsky:

“Well, you would even be more useless to us had you frozen to death. Come in.”

“You wound me, old man.”

I really, really like AUs, if you hadn’t already noticed that in the inconsistencies of my posts. This one’s Berunov’s Assassin!Haytham, which also might tie in with Jeusus’ Templar!Connor concept… It was mainly an excuse to draw Haytham without his god damned taco hat. 

I wonder what they’ll be discussing. Probably Connor. 

Taco hat will never not make me laugh.

phunkyvanspam:

So glad to see I’m not the only one who pictures Adam with his cats looming around him like that whenever he tweets. XD
(from here)

That cat. lol

phunkyvanspam:

So glad to see I’m not the only one who pictures Adam with his cats looming around him like that whenever he tweets. XD

(from here)

That cat. lol

niuniente:

A set of Zevran’s questionable adventures. 
Oh look; suddenly a crack pairing! God I have forgotten how much I love to draw completely inappropriate pairings just for the sake of them. (Like someone wisely said “Everything here is shippable. Even I’m shippable; But that dear children is self insertion, and is in fact frown upon in most fandoms.”)
Kate Beaton’s original strip

niuniente:

A set of Zevran’s questionable adventures. 

Oh look; suddenly a crack pairing! God I have forgotten how much I love to draw completely inappropriate pairings just for the sake of them. (Like someone wisely said “Everything here is shippable. Even I’m shippable; But that dear children is self insertion, and is in fact frown upon in most fandoms.”)

Kate Beaton’s original strip

tarecgosa:

i’m not sure what hawke said that got him kicked out of his own room but it was likely something stupid
like one of his horrible trainwrecks he calls “flirting”

Well anyone who has been following me long enough knows what I am thinking. Yup, Anders and Fenris. In a room. Together.

tarecgosa:

i’m not sure what hawke said that got him kicked out of his own room but it was likely something stupid

like one of his horrible trainwrecks he calls “flirting”

Well anyone who has been following me long enough knows what I am thinking. Yup, Anders and Fenris. In a room. Together.

givethemhorns:

stormdragon:

fay-who:

Так сказать крик души)
Не ну они меня реально пугают)

I have no idea what their saying but I am going to reblog it anyway. And the dead spider is always a plus.

They are saying:
So you are taking a walk in the suburbs of Kirkwall…
…with good company…
…When suddenly…
Anders: It’s suddenly quiet.
Hawke: It’s TOO quiet.
KRRRGGGGHHHHH!
Anders: What is that hideous sound?
Hawke: Eeeeek! Spiders!
The sound is scarier than the spider itself.
Anders: So, where were we?
Bottom comment:
I can’t describe in words that hideous sound spiders make. My firend got close in describing it as KKKKKRRRGGGH. The mod replacing spiders with Mabari hounds does not work and they’d still swoop on you with that same sound.But Mabaris falling on you on the ceiling would also have been hillarious.

Thank you for translating that. :D

givethemhorns:

stormdragon:

fay-who:

Так сказать крик души)

Не ну они меня реально пугают)

I have no idea what their saying but I am going to reblog it anyway. And the dead spider is always a plus.

They are saying:

So you are taking a walk in the suburbs of Kirkwall…

…with good company…

…When suddenly…

Anders: It’s suddenly quiet.

Hawke: It’s TOO quiet.

KRRRGGGGHHHHH!

Anders: What is that hideous sound?

Hawke: Eeeeek! Spiders!

The sound is scarier than the spider itself.

Anders: So, where were we?

Bottom comment:

I can’t describe in words that hideous sound spiders make. My firend got close in describing it as KKKKKRRRGGGH. The mod replacing spiders with Mabari hounds does not work and they’d still swoop on you with that same sound.But Mabaris falling on you on the ceiling would also have been hillarious.

Thank you for translating that. :D

hamburgerjack:

dots-n-purrs:

I was mostly disappointed the game didn’t let me shank him right there.

I would gladly kill Sebastian for threatening my Anders.
I didn’t download you so you could number one, lady cock block me and two, threaten my one true love.
I DIDN’T PLAY AWAKENINGS ALL THOSE TIMES FOR THE STORYLINE OKAY? I DID IT TO BE NEAR ANDERS! I DIDN’T TAKE HIM IN MY PARTY FOR “HEALINGS”, I GOT DA2 SO HE COULD BE MINE!
And NO ONE
THREATENS
WHAT’S MINE
…you waffly scot

Forever. Alone in my game. He’s just there in the chantry.
They could at least given me the option to threaten him.

hamburgerjack:

dots-n-purrs:

I was mostly disappointed the game didn’t let me shank him right there.

I would gladly kill Sebastian for threatening my Anders.

I didn’t download you so you could number one, lady cock block me and two, threaten my one true love.

I DIDN’T PLAY AWAKENINGS ALL THOSE TIMES FOR THE STORYLINE OKAY? I DID IT TO BE NEAR ANDERS! I DIDN’T TAKE HIM IN MY PARTY FOR “HEALINGS”, I GOT DA2 SO HE COULD BE MINE!

And NO ONE

THREATENS

WHAT’S MINE

…you waffly scot

Forever. Alone in my game. He’s just there in the chantry.

They could at least given me the option to threaten him.

naiadestricolor:

I’m terrible at telling stories.  Complete ones, at least.  I don’t know if it’s a result of the past few years of my instructors teaching me how to create and tell stories, ones that go through the full arc, and always wanting me to tell a full story in whatever timeframe they constrict me to, but sometimes…I really just don’t want to.
I like moments.  Little scenes that hint at a larger story or can tell a completely different one.  I get tired of telling my audience, “This is what my story is about and this is the only light you can think it in.”  Sometimes, I want my audience to draw their own conclusions.  Make up their stories.  I like to prompt others, I guess would be one way of putting it. 
Which I suppose is where this comic came from.  Although it’s not really a comic.  More of a montage.
It’s a scene between Malcolm Hawke and a younger Carver.  The first two pages are the beginning of the scene, the last two its ending.  I have dialogue bubbles, but those are placed for convenience.  There’s no real dialogue other than a small prompt, although I do have my own ideas about what they’re talking about. 
This is an exercise, nothing more, done really fast whenever I was distracted.  It won’t ever be completed, or at least I have no plans to do anything more with it.  Just some father and son interaction. :)





Yes, father-son moments. Between Carver and Malcolm. ♥
Perhaps this is after he nailed Bethany’s braid to the bed while she was sleeping.

naiadestricolor:

I’m terrible at telling stories.  Complete ones, at least.  I don’t know if it’s a result of the past few years of my instructors teaching me how to create and tell stories, ones that go through the full arc, and always wanting me to tell a full story in whatever timeframe they constrict me to, but sometimes…I really just don’t want to.

I like moments.  Little scenes that hint at a larger story or can tell a completely different one.  I get tired of telling my audience, “This is what my story is about and this is the only light you can think it in.”  Sometimes, I want my audience to draw their own conclusions.  Make up their stories.  I like to prompt others, I guess would be one way of putting it. 

Which I suppose is where this comic came from.  Although it’s not really a comic.  More of a montage.

It’s a scene between Malcolm Hawke and a younger Carver.  The first two pages are the beginning of the scene, the last two its ending.  I have dialogue bubbles, but those are placed for convenience.  There’s no real dialogue other than a small prompt, although I do have my own ideas about what they’re talking about. 

This is an exercise, nothing more, done really fast whenever I was distracted.  It won’t ever be completed, or at least I have no plans to do anything more with it.  Just some father and son interaction. :)

Yes, father-son moments. Between Carver and Malcolm. ♥

Perhaps this is after he nailed Bethany’s braid to the bed while she was sleeping.