smaug-official:

wicked-mint-leaves:

naoren:

filmeditor16:

official-sokka:

thats-not-a-toilet:

korrastyle:

OH SHIT

is this why the show was taken off nick?

So this is what air benders can do. Sucking the air out of people’s lungs. Just as cool as lightening bending if you ask me

No I don’t think you guys understand this is frightening

Airbenders are pretty much the most powerful benders. A firebender has to create fire. A waterbender is most powerful on the open seas as much as an earthbender is on land. But air is literally everywhere.
The Air Nomads weren’t dangerous because they chose not to be.

you’vE GONE TOO DEEP

Hey, HOLD UP.
While I agree that Airbenders do have a lot of power at their exposure, they aren’t the only ones.
Waterbenders can bend any type of fluid containing water, even blood inside the human body! That’s pretty fucking metal.

They can also take the water vapor out of the air, use their own sweat or even drain the water out of every living thing nearby. 

Imagine that ^^ happening to a person..
Next we have fire, the element of destruction. Like Airbenders, they can use the air around them, and transfer it into energy. Firebenders can bend or generate anything fire/ heat related.  That means lightning, flames, or extreme heat that has the potential to shape its environment (such as melt molten rock and metal.) Even fire breath!



Next we have Earth. Earthbenders can bend anything related or comprised of Earth, such as metal, rock, dirt, sand, etc. EVEN LAVA. Anything mineral related? You got it. Admittedly, minerals- although extremely easy to come by, are not as present as water or air. But there sure is enough to make use of, and we can’t say Earthbenders aren’t powerful!

This guy just stopped a volcano. 

Not only are they powerful, but they are also graceful. 

And I mean look at this! Avatar Kyoshi Earthbends a freaking continent in HALF!

In conclusion, fear all benders. 

smaug-official:

wicked-mint-leaves:

naoren:

filmeditor16:

official-sokka:

thats-not-a-toilet:

korrastyle:

OH SHIT

is this why the show was taken off nick?

So this is what air benders can do. Sucking the air out of people’s lungs. Just as cool as lightening bending if you ask me

No I don’t think you guys understand this is frightening

Airbenders are pretty much the most powerful benders. A firebender has to create fire. A waterbender is most powerful on the open seas as much as an earthbender is on land. But air is literally everywhere.

The Air Nomads weren’t dangerous because they chose not to be.

you’vE GONE TOO DEEP

Hey, HOLD UP.

While I agree that Airbenders do have a lot of power at their exposure, they aren’t the only ones.

Waterbenders can bend any type of fluid containing water, even blood inside the human body! That’s pretty fucking metal.

image

They can also take the water vapor out of the air, use their own sweat or even drain the water out of every living thing nearby. 

image

Imagine that ^^ happening to a person..

Next we have fire, the element of destruction. Like Airbenders, they can use the air around them, and transfer it into energy. Firebenders can bend or generate anything fire/ heat related.  That means lightning, flames, or extreme heat that has the potential to shape its environment (such as melt molten rock and metal.) Even fire breath!

image

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image

Next we have Earth. Earthbenders can bend anything related or comprised of Earth, such as metal, rock, dirt, sand, etc. EVEN LAVA. Anything mineral related? You got it. Admittedly, minerals- although extremely easy to come by, are not as present as water or air. But there sure is enough to make use of, and we can’t say Earthbenders aren’t powerful!

image

This guy just stopped a volcano. 

image

Not only are they powerful, but they are also graceful. 

image

And I mean look at this! Avatar Kyoshi Earthbends a freaking continent in HALF!

image

In conclusion, fear all benders. 

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riseoftheguardian:

Hang on, is that…Jack Frost?

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wire-man:

silent-tundra:

jedavu:

Amazing Face-Paintings Transform Models Into The 2D Works Of Famous Artists

by  Valeriya Kutsan

If this isn’t the tightest shit you’ve seen then get the hell out of my face.

I’ve reblogged this before, so I’m doing it again.

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kairu321:

Dad and son

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awwww-cute:

"If you have an extra sock you could spare, I would be sooooo happy

awwww-cute:

"If you have an extra sock you could spare, I would be sooooo happy

27teacups:

Even if you don’t consider yourself a “science person”, you stand to benefit from FIRST robotics.
DO YOU LIKE:
blogging, programming: become their social media liaison- help create a blog or a traditional webpage to show off your team to potential mentors and teammates, sponsors, judges. Program your robot so that it, y’know, MOVES. Become the hero of other teams when you rescue their robot from sure disaster 5 minutes before a match.
drawing, graphic design, computer aided design: work with their web design and create the branding for your team: uniforms, display boards and signage, flags, hats, web graphics, flyers, buttons, stickers, and robot aesthetics. Create a mascot. Learn how to use design software by modelling your robot. 
writing, public speaking: write the content of your team’s promotional materials and letters to sponsors and parents, help your teammates develop scripts for their judging presentations—engineers aren’t known for being the most voluble speakers, but this skill can make or break a team. 
Cosplay: 3D printers! CNC manufacturing! Bandsaws! Dremels! Sandpaper! Screwdrivers! MENTORS that can teach you to use them! My Test Subject Roxy would have been impossible without the help of my mentors and access to my team’s power tools to shape materials like SOLID STEEL (my boot springs!). Team has acrylic scraps? Suddenly you get prop details. Your comfort with wearing bright colors and funky costumes in public, like to public outreach events and competitions, is a boon to your team’s ‘team spirit’ score.
buddies!!! (shoutout to grady, andrew, claire)
free college money: a teammate of mine was one of 3 applicants for a FIRST-exclusive scholarship at his university worth up to 2k a year. Here are the rest of the FIRST scholarships, totaling millions. Edit: Here’s my friend who gets 5k a year for an ARTS degree. (Thanks, Andrew!)
a good time: Competition is tough, but the program is set up to prioritize the value of inter-team cooperation, so competitions are positive spaces.
the satisfaction of creating something tangible and showing it off
DO YOU NEED 
public speaking skills: hint: you DO
something to do so your parents stop bugging you
practice at ANY of the above things, or help learning the skill in the first place: FIRST teams succeed by helping other teams succeed: if you or your team doesn’t know something, the program is set up so other teams DIRECTLY benefit from helping you, and many teams host resources online.
free college money 
If any team you meet says they don’t need non-mechanical skills on their team, they are wrong. Successful teams need non-technical skills to connect effectively with their communities, other teams, and judges. Engineering does not start and end at putting metal together.
-Teacups, FTC 417 Swerve Robotics ‘10-‘13

27teacups:

Even if you don’t consider yourself a “science person”, you stand to benefit from FIRST robotics.

DO YOU LIKE:

  • blogging, programming: become their social media liaison- help create a blog or a traditional webpage to show off your team to potential mentors and teammates, sponsors, judges. Program your robot so that it, y’know, MOVES. Become the hero of other teams when you rescue their robot from sure disaster 5 minutes before a match.
  • drawing, graphic design, computer aided design: work with their web design and create the branding for your team: uniforms, display boards and signage, flags, hats, web graphics, flyers, buttons, stickers, and robot aesthetics. Create a mascot. Learn how to use design software by modelling your robot. 
  • writing, public speaking: write the content of your team’s promotional materials and letters to sponsors and parents, help your teammates develop scripts for their judging presentations—engineers aren’t known for being the most voluble speakers, but this skill can make or break a team. 
  • Cosplay: 3D printers! CNC manufacturing! Bandsaws! Dremels! Sandpaper! Screwdrivers! MENTORS that can teach you to use them! My Test Subject Roxy would have been impossible without the help of my mentors and access to my team’s power tools to shape materials like SOLID STEEL (my boot springs!). Team has acrylic scraps? Suddenly you get prop details. Your comfort with wearing bright colors and funky costumes in public, like to public outreach events and competitions, is a boon to your team’s ‘team spirit’ score.
  • buddies!!! (shoutout to grady, andrew, claire)
  • free college money: a teammate of mine was one of 3 applicants for a FIRST-exclusive scholarship at his university worth up to 2k a year. Here are the rest of the FIRST scholarships, totaling millions. Edit: Here’s my friend who gets 5k a year for an ARTS degree. (Thanks, Andrew!)
  • a good time: Competition is tough, but the program is set up to prioritize the value of inter-team cooperation, so competitions are positive spaces.
  • the satisfaction of creating something tangible and showing it off

DO YOU NEED 

  • public speaking skills: hint: you DO
  • something to do so your parents stop bugging you
  • practice at ANY of the above things, or help learning the skill in the first place: FIRST teams succeed by helping other teams succeed: if you or your team doesn’t know something, the program is set up so other teams DIRECTLY benefit from helping you, and many teams host resources online.
  • free college money 

If any team you meet says they don’t need non-mechanical skills on their team, they are wrong. Successful teams need non-technical skills to connect effectively with their communities, other teams, and judges. Engineering does not start and end at putting metal together.

-Teacups, FTC 417 Swerve Robotics ‘10-‘13

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yukipri:

….What the hell indeed…

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katieomeara:

The cutest little booble that ever boobled. 
First time rigging and animating a character in after effects. It was fun! 

katieomeara:

The cutest little booble that ever boobled. 

First time rigging and animating a character in after effects. It was fun! 

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