maxkirin:

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#086
Are you afraid that no one will like your writing? Remember that all of your favorite Authors once faced these same doubts and fears.
The only difference is that they were brave enough to overcome them.

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maxkirin:

+ DAILY WRITER POSITIVITY +

#086

Are you afraid that no one will like your writing? Remember that all of your favorite Authors once faced these same doubts and fears.

The only difference is that they were brave enough to overcome them.

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enerjax:

Benedict making another dream come true: “Finally I can photobomb myself!” [x]

enerjax:

Benedict making another dream come true: “Finally I can photobomb myself!” [x]

mugenmine:

Fans in France, Germany, Russia and on both sides of the Atlantic may already know it, but Sherlock is now officially a global phenomenon.

The BBC detective drama starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman was sold to more broadcasters worldwide last year than any other BBC show – more even than Doctor Who, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013 with a simulcast to 94 different countries.

Sherlock was licenced in 224 territories around the globe – also including Australia, Belgium, Canada, India, Israel, Serbia and Taiwan – according to the BBC’s annnual report, which was published today.

The series was also named as one of the Corproation’s biggest domestic successes of the year, after season three was watched by an average audience of 12.8 million in January, drawing an additional 3.2 million requests on iPlayer.

Doctor Who was also cited as one of the BBC’s global highlights, with anniversary special The Day of the Doctor shown in a total of 98 countries, in 15 languages, after picking up a Guinness World Record for a simultaneous broadcast seen by viewers in 94 nations.

The feature-length episode was even a big-screen success, selling 649,138 cinema tickets in 25 countries after fans in Sweden, Norway and Argentina petitioned local theatres to show it.

One man who will take particular pleasure in the announcement is Steven Moffat – not only is he co-creator and writer of Sherlock, but also showrunner on Doctor Who.


Black and Smile
Black and Smile
feevre:

Illustration I did for Life In a Glasscase's Free! BL Fanbook, which can be purchased here.

feevre:

Illustration I did for Life In a Glasscase's Free! BL Fanbook, which can be purchased here.

cremebuns:

batmanisagatewaydrug:

Now that’s what I call justice 

LMAO THAT MY POST

…or how to feel insulted while laughing my ass off…

kgxspace:

Hello!

I’m taking commissions! If you are interested, here are bunch of informations.

(Free! characters, Sailor Moon and lovely characters of my previous commissioners used as models for price examples ;)) To see more of my drawings, feel free to visit my dA gallery or my tumblr (under tag “my art”). Thank you!

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Lovely work!!!

kgsexysketchyspace:

Part 2 of Episode 3 redraw challenge!

I know many people redraw this scene, but I had to draw it too, this episode is my favourite and it was sooo Reigisa strong, it makes my heart flutter :’D It’s so cute they realized how important they are to each other and how much their friendship (cough) means.
Of course, added kiss and hug, Kyoto Animation, how could you skip this part? Did they do it beyond the scenes? ;D

Little Pumpkin awww :’D

dudeufugly:

Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game (trailer here)

emporioefikz:

Niji

Can this get any cutter??