vendra-prog:

i’ve kinda lost a lot of followers lately can i get a promo? <:3

Please follow her. She’s awesome! :)

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Progress on my Medieval Ratchet and Clank piece!

Progress on my Medieval Ratchet and Clank piece!

Poor Charmeleon just wants some ice cream :(

Poor Charmeleon just wants some ice cream :(

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So, Kai’s a Monk now?

*Sigh* I really hate having my favourite characters ruined :/

Thanks Tenzin.

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Medieval Ratchet and Clank drawing in progress! :D

Medieval Ratchet and Clank drawing in progress! :D

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Anonymous said: lol the fuk u on m8? u cant fucking say shit about ukip and bnp then chat shit about british history. britain is for the british & if u gave a flying fuck about our country youd known that! basicaly fuck off and die u fuckin mong 卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐卐FUCKING RACIST CUNT

intergratenotassimilate:

You amuse me.

You see, I fear that people such as yourself are why so many of us white people are so loathe to change our ways. When someone here is called out for being racist, what do we say? Often, people wave away the idea and say ‘Oh, well everyone’s a little racist’. Or they narrow their eyes and talk about the ‘indigenous’ Britons and how ‘people should stick to their own’ in whispers of such conspiratorial, Guy Fawkes-esque sneakiness I’m always tempted to give Big Dave a ring and tell him to search Parliament for any suspicious kegs…

What’s really sad is how this lie holds. People say that whites have always been anti-black, they say we’ve always been racist. And you know what? When anyone says this, they are letting us off the hook. They’re letting us off easy!

Tell me, friend, so learned in our history, do you think the Romans were racist? No. Of course not. When they went to Egypt, did they rob the locals of their Gods? No. of course not. The Romans may have scorned Anubis, called him ‘barker’, but they never doubted that the Gods of other peoples were as real as Zeus and Hermes. If the Romans were racist, would Elagabalus have been made Emperor? How about Severus? Caracala?

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Shall we look further on? To the Medieval era? My learned friend, so vastly superior in wit and intellect to myself, am I to take it that you know of King Arthur? He is one of our greatest heroes, the ideal of Knightly virtue. B-but what’s this?

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Egads! A knight who isn’t white? Call the Daily Mail! Immigrants! Scroungers! ASYLUM SEEKERS!

No, my friend. No. Nothing of the kind. This is the honourable Sir Morien, who has his own legend, in which he and his friends from Camelot go and help his Mother regain her rightful inheritances. You see? Not only did people of the time not judge others for their skin, they saw it as no bar to high public office and nobility.

When people like yourself call racism ‘tradition’, and when well intentioned activists, despairing of their oppression, do the same - you are removing the burden of responsibility from our shoulders. We’re just ‘ignorant’, we’re just acting according to our history! We just need to be taught and babied and wet-nursed. You are ignoring that fact that racism is neither traditional, nor natural to any people. It is not tradition, my friend, it is malice. Wilful evil. And I do not use the word ‘evil’ lightly. But what else can one say for a practice that so dehumanises and debases? What else can one call any practice that takes our history and perverts it to this Hitlerite, quack-science of racial superiority? You should be angry to be so duped. You should be furious! You should want to change, embrace your culture, and see others for the beauty of theirs.

We learned to be racist. And it is on us, you and me, as the perpetrators, to unlearn it.

Never veil your racism in tradition and the ignorance of tradition. It’s neither.

P.S.

Britain is not ‘for the British’. Whatever the Devil that means.

The myths we love, that still regale us, are taken from Roman and Greek cultures, from when they conquered this land. Great stories of Theseus, Perseus, Hercules, Achilles, Medusa and Minotaur. All thanks to them! Our roads are Roman, many places are still named for the Latin words they used for their new cities and settlements. Londinium? Britannia?

The great hilly barrows that dot our landscape? Our Saxon ancestors gave those to us. They were amazing constructs, in which the dead would be buried with their possessions to aid them in the hereafter. Beautiful, elegant tombs.

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And, guess what? The Saxons were immigrants to this land, too. You can also thank them for Parliament. Their Kings were elected by a primordial Parliamentary committee known as the Witan, beginning a tradition which still holds sway to this day.

How about the Vikings? Great traders and warriors, who came here for a better life. If ever you visit a place in England ending in thorpe and thwaite, thank the Vikings, who contributed to our language and martial tradition through their raids - and eventually their integration into our culture.

How about the castles all over England? The Tower of London? Guess what? The Normans did that. And were they ‘British’? Nope. French. Immigrants.

The Chinese worked our docks, immigrants from the African continent owned our shops and became part of the merchant class, Flemish immigrants became renowned for their skills in weaving and tapestry-making.

Learn your history and love it.

I’ve known far too many people like the anon :/

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alister-dokimuth:

there’s a special surprise in the second image

for a certain someone 

cB

Your art is always so wonderful, shading, proportion, expression, everything!

It always gives me a smile any time I see it on my dash :)

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Video Games are art, too!
And don&#8217;t let anyone tell you differently ;)

Video Games are art, too!

And don’t let anyone tell you differently ;)

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intergratenotassimilate:

Many artists, and others besides, rightly marvel at the beauty of Mexico’s Dia De Los Muertos celebrations. The Day of The Dead is, to outsiders like us, a fantastical spectacle in which skulls are adorned with flowery eyes and pretty colours and there is a great festival atmosphere to the…

Those drawings are super creepy, but kind of nice :)

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