Here you go. It’s out on other sources so what the hell. Not bluray but enjoy!
This one’s higher quality : )
#man i’m gonna be honest #i was sort of astonished this little moment was included in the flashbacks #it’s subtle #but to me it represents so much of what Dean and Cas came to be to each other #comrades in arms #brothers born in battle #and there’s this almost soft moment at the end of the world #where Castiel hands Dean a knife #and Dean’s finger grazes his #it’s so small #and so strangely intimate
#the fact that Ruby’s knife was appropriated by Destiel#not even Dean and Castiel#but literally Dean&Cas as an entity#and when the guy is retrieving all the weapons at the auction in s8#dean doesn’t want him to take the knife#and the knife was in the *cough*OfficialDestielMusicVideo*cough* flashbacks#that intimate moment#well fUCK#I’ve got a lot of Ruby’s kinife feelings
A Window or Small Box — Victo Ngai
Free!-Eternal Summer- ED「FUTURE FISH」- STYLE FIVE
After 6 years of using this program I finally figured this out, so I decided to share the technique. IDK, it sure beats the “Use brush with no pen pressure to make a dot” type of thing.
The use of the vector layer comes with other nifty things like:
- No decrease in quality while transforming
- No 500px size limit
- Playing with line thickness and distortion
So, I hope this comes in handy to a few of you!
You can make a Hexagon by using the Line Tool instead and turning the canvas 4 times each click. I’m sure you can do other things, but I haven’t figured those out yet.
You now have links to two straight hours of Scenes From A Hat from the show Whose Line is it Anyway.
I found this picture of two guys doing parcour and kissing at the same time so then my brain said, ‘hey, this would be an awesome destiel picture’ and now i have no idea what im doing with my life anymore
Seated Young Girl - Gustav Klimt.
Alfred-Émile-Léopold Stevens, Departing for the Promenade (Will You Go Out with Me, Fido?), 1859, oil on panel (via Philadelphia Museum of Art)
My Children (Mary, Gerald, and Gladys Thayer) - Abbott Handerson Thayer, 1897.
Figures in the lower half of the painting look ill-defined—possibly even incomplete. Thayer worked on My Children from 1893 to 1897, and his letters indicate an agonizing process. He wrote to the art collector Charles Lang Freer in March 1896, describing this piece as “half done.” In August 1897, Thayer complained, “my picture is at sea again” before finally selling it to Freer.
"What can you say about Ann Marie and that relationship […]?"
"Well, I think - and correct me if I’m wrong - but when we’ve seen Dean in a relationship with a girl, there’s a level of respect. He might be a bit of a womanizer at times, but he’s kind of a chivalrous womanizer in a sense. There’s none of that with Demon Dean. He’s an asshole."
Taking-Meds on dA draws Johniarty and MorMor and all kinds of things.