My first giveaway on tumblr *c*
You can win one messenger bag from the ones available in BlueRobotto’s shop (Check out the shop for more pics and the description of each bag)
1 person will be randomly selected as winner from the notes in this post. The winner will chose 1 bag from the ones available and it will be sent to them without charge.
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If this post gets more than 1000 notes 3 winners will be chosen.
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The givaway will end on saturday september 20th, at 10:00 PM Central America time.
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This gifset is a bit misleading. It doesn’t mention the part where he said he came to really appreciate the original series as an adult and has since watched all of the episodes. The writers he worked with are huge Star Trek fans. His philosophy was to try and make the movie accessible to everyone while still acknowledging the die hard fans. Whether he succeeded is a subjective opinion that you all can make on your own, but I think some folks are being unreasonable by judging him for the opinions of his youth. While I was a huge TNG fan as a kid, I also found the original series hard to watch until later in life.
I have seen every single episode and movie of every Star Trek series ever made. I think the reboot was amazing and will bring a lot of new fans to the source material. Movies are supposed to be more spectacle and TV shows usually delve deeper into philosophy. I guess I’m hoping the success of the movies may lead to more television series so we can have the best of both worlds.
I’m reblogging this because for once, one of the male artists on this community’s portfolios is not completely and utterly filled with scantily clad, provocatively posed white women.
While these women are still underdressed- it’s not necessarily over sexual. They aren’t in unnatural, back breaking positions or in positions that go, “LOOK AT THAT ASS”. They’re also reasonably proportioned.
The last one is my favorite. FOr reasons.
Aaahhh so pretty.
HA, i follow this blog (artofanimation) and i noticed that you can almost always tell when a male artist is featured, because their selection is a bevy of ‘erotic’ women with their plump moist mouths open orgasmically, probably in a forest or laying on a hot rock somewhere
i wonder when unimaginative people will stop using ‘hot chick’ as a creative prompt