forestfright
youngjusticer:

Fletchling, the “tiny robin,” is the only regional bird to have its type changed upon evolution. Fletchinder, the “ember” Pokemon, is the only Pokemon with more than ten characters in its name. Talonflame, the “scorching” Pokemon, resembles a falcon and has the highest base SPD of all Fire-types.
Fletch, by Luke Mancini.

my faves

youngjusticer:

Fletchling, the “tiny robin,” is the only regional bird to have its type changed upon evolution. Fletchinder, the “ember” Pokemon, is the only Pokemon with more than ten characters in its name. Talonflame, the “scorching” Pokemon, resembles a falcon and has the highest base SPD of all Fire-types.

Fletch, by Luke Mancini.

my faves

lepetitdragon
andreatamme:

jigokuen:

ryanlangdraws:

Goliath from Gargoyles. You have no idea how badly I want Disney to make Gargoyles an animated feature. I’m on a personal mission to remind people how awesome this show was. You’d be surprised how many people I’ve talked to that have never heard of it. Lets start a petition or something.

Ohhhh man! Ryan’s on a roll!

Duuude they should totally make a Gargoyles animated feature. Yessss. Reblog!

feeling these draws

andreatamme:

jigokuen:

ryanlangdraws:

Goliath from Gargoyles. You have no idea how badly I want Disney to make Gargoyles an animated feature. I’m on a personal mission to remind people how awesome this show was. You’d be surprised how many people I’ve talked to that have never heard of it. Lets start a petition or something.

Ohhhh man! Ryan’s on a roll!

Duuude they should totally make a Gargoyles animated feature. Yessss. Reblog!

feeling these draws

ironcladfolly
ironcladfolly:

Keep your eyes on Edmonton newsstands this week, because the latest issue of VUE Weekly hits the rack with a Mike Kendrick original on the cover.
This week’s cover story by Ryan Bromsgrove is about the Alberta Government’s new environmental monitoring agency, and the distinct lack of scientists and environmental experts on the panel. Given the reputation of the provincial government for walling itself off from criticism and hiding within its ivory tower of industry, I wanted to use a style I’ve been experimenting with to illustrate this in a more literal sense. Drawing inspiration from Scott Wills, one of my favorite scene painters ever, I’m very pleased with the results of this piece.
Here’s how it looks on its own.

my friends make hella tight shit

ironcladfolly:

Keep your eyes on Edmonton newsstands this week, because the latest issue of VUE Weekly hits the rack with a Mike Kendrick original on the cover.

This week’s cover story by Ryan Bromsgrove is about the Alberta Government’s new environmental monitoring agency, and the distinct lack of scientists and environmental experts on the panel. Given the reputation of the provincial government for walling itself off from criticism and hiding within its ivory tower of industry, I wanted to use a style I’ve been experimenting with to illustrate this in a more literal sense. Drawing inspiration from Scott Wills, one of my favorite scene painters ever, I’m very pleased with the results of this piece.

Here’s how it looks on its own.

my friends make hella tight shit