CALLIPYGIAN MORDE

CALLIPYGIAN MORDE

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cumbersome-cucumber:

thisisnotkorea:

kekemato-chan:

Today evening I’ve been thinking about Korean names. I think that Lee Yi-fan would suit me well :D How to write name Lee Yi-fan in Hangul?

the “F” sound doesn’t even exist in Korean and honestly that does not sound like a Korean name

-admin J

i shall teach you how to write lee yi fan

엿먹어
thats how you do it.

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Police Officer Screams At Asian American Suspect: ‘I’ll Put You In A UPS Box And Send You Back’

POLICE OFFICER: You’re not f—— American! I’ll put you in a UPS box and send you back to wherever the f— you came from!

PLAINTIFF: I’m a citizen, OK?

POLICE OFFICER: No you’re not! No, you’re not a citizen! No, you’re not! No, you’re not! You’re here on our borrowed time. So mind your f—— business before I shut this whole f—— place down. And I’ll take this place and then whoever owns it will f—— kill you because they don’t care about you, OK? I’ll take this building. You’ll be dead and your family will be dead.

(Source: paxamericana, via thisisnotkorea)

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blood-of-asaheim:

Captain Baraxis Korius by Aerion-the-Faithful

“I’ve always loved DIY Chapters. They breal from the usual norms and make me try things I wouldn’t otherwise. Different patterns, palettes, ornaments, etc. In this particular case, this Captain was supposed to be very imposing, which I think I managed to get accross. He also has a very special sword, with an interesting blade. Another thing I tried which is new to me was working on a more painterly style for the background bust of Korius as opposed to the lines that always contain my work. I loved the result as it is both soft but very well defined at the same time. It keeps the strength of my style while clearly separating it from my usual rendering techniques. I think I may have to keep testing this “

blood-of-asaheim:

Captain Baraxis Korius by Aerion-the-Faithful

“I’ve always loved DIY Chapters. They breal from the usual norms and make me try things I wouldn’t otherwise. Different patterns, palettes, ornaments, etc. In this particular case, this Captain was supposed to be very imposing, which I think I managed to get accross. He also has a very special sword, with an interesting blade. Another thing I tried which is new to me was working on a more painterly style for the background bust of Korius as opposed to the lines that always contain my work. I loved the result as it is both soft but very well defined at the same time. It keeps the strength of my style while clearly separating it from my usual rendering techniques. I think I may have to keep testing this “

(via yabaziou)

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