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My skype is jubbins3

Hi there, I'm SG, a (terrible) artist/programmer/something doing a B.Sc in computers at university.

I am a fan of transformers and various mecha shows that have appeared over the ages, which is exactly what most of the content of this blog will be. I do sometimes spam artbooks, so watch out for those.

I try to source all of the images I find. If you see and image without a source, tell me about it!

I am also always open for art requests! Lets see how many people read this far. Just throw me a note and I'll see what I can do. :3

Current requests: 3
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houseofgoose:

What are mondays on tumblr

There’s got to be some sort of ask based story building thing for mondays

If not, lets make something cool up

in before nobody does it, nobody cares or only a few people that usually do it actually care

BUT GO ON I AM JUST BEING a massive cunt today because I have sand in my vagina

tench:

leppu:

korpinnokka:

malevolentmask:

luseylottay:

More Francoeur concept art by Pascal Barret

Damn, these would have terrified me if they had used any of them in the movie @-@

He looks like Jack the Ripper or some shit in that first one 8O

Still interesting looking though. I love the chubby one at the bottom. <3

The first one reminds me of Shadow’s Chaos flea.

oh god, I love these.

ahh, the early designs are much more interesting than the one they decided to use.. but maybe too scary for a kids film haha

I’m in love with the second picture, he might be so 1900x-ish <3

(Source: maggins)

How I’ve learned English

mamonna:

School / University - 35%

English-speaking blogs and sites - 15%

There’s no current TF and DC comics and series in Russian - 50%

(via mamonna1-deactivated20140617)

galosengen:

what
zpopk:

Yep this is my weekend. In fact This Is my life.

zpopk:

Yep this is my weekend. In fact This Is my life.

(Source: madzwierzwithinternet, via soptastic)

galosengen:

excuse me

galosengen:

excuse me

Pug Knights you are the worst knights ever. Goddamn.

Pug Knights you are the worst knights ever. Goddamn.

roly-x:

leavin this here…

roly-x:

leavin this here…

woops

just lost the hearing in my left ear.

This ain’t good.

lampfaced:

bogleech:

The colorful tropical earwig I posted weeks ago has been reblogged hundreds of times all the sudden, with a number of people expressing surprise that there are winged earwigs at all.
As a matter of fact, even your own common local earwigs have these gorgeous little angel wings…they just barely ever use them, and are VERY rarely witnessed flying by human eyes. The wings fold up at nearly a hundred points to fit under the tiny elytra, which makes it difficult for them to unfold on their own; the insect actually has to use its cerci (the “pincers” on its tail) to reach up and pull its own wings open!
The earwig’s super compact wings mean it can fly when it really needs to, but can also slip into tight little spaces to escape predators. Most other insects have had to evolve only one or the other.
Here’s a cool diagram for a clearer view, which also shows you how to tell males from females, which is pretty easy!
You can learn lots of weird stuff about insects on my site, too.

Earwigs are so cool. Not too long ago I had two specimens, and I picked one for my collection and with the other, I tried to unfold its wings with some tweezers. I ripped one and the other I was too afraid to touch.

lampfaced:

bogleech:

The colorful tropical earwig I posted weeks ago has been reblogged hundreds of times all the sudden, with a number of people expressing surprise that there are winged earwigs at all.

As a matter of fact, even your own common local earwigs have these gorgeous little angel wings…they just barely ever use them, and are VERY rarely witnessed flying by human eyes. The wings fold up at nearly a hundred points to fit under the tiny elytra, which makes it difficult for them to unfold on their own; the insect actually has to use its cerci (the “pincers” on its tail) to reach up and pull its own wings open!

The earwig’s super compact wings mean it can fly when it really needs to, but can also slip into tight little spaces to escape predators. Most other insects have had to evolve only one or the other.

Here’s a cool diagram for a clearer view, which also shows you how to tell males from females, which is pretty easy!

You can learn lots of weird stuff about insects on my site, too.

Earwigs are so cool. Not too long ago I had two specimens, and I picked one for my collection and with the other, I tried to unfold its wings with some tweezers. I ripped one and the other I was too afraid to touch.

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