1. drazelic:

supajackle:

errorfunction:

Somehow I got 1002 followers, so let’s have a raffle to celebrate!!! Reblog this post to enter (one reblog per person, offer null and void in Tennessee.) The raffle will end some time between Sunday April 13th Midnight EST and Monday April 14th Midnight EST (whenever I get on the internet on Monday basically.)
If you reblog, either include a reference for what you want (image,  links) or have some way for me to contact you
There will be 3 winners, 1 winner picked from the 102 followers (the ones that enter of course) and 2 from the reblogs.
The winner from the 102 followers will get a large size pixel art (roughly 96x96 or bigger)
One reblog winner will get a medium size pixel art (roughly 64x64)
One reblog winner will get a small size pixel art (roughly 32x32).
Note that if you’re a follower and you don’t get the follower prize you are still eligible for the reblog prizes!!!
See the included image for size references.

oooooo! follow my cool and skilled friend errorfunction

Pluggin’ all the cool pixelartists who deserve more followers.

Hope side account reblogs are ok; not sure just yet what I’d like but please send an ask to Schazardous :>

    drazelic:

    supajackle:

    errorfunction:

    Somehow I got 1002 followers, so let’s have a raffle to celebrate!!! Reblog this post to enter (one reblog per person, offer null and void in Tennessee.) The raffle will end some time between Sunday April 13th Midnight EST and Monday April 14th Midnight EST (whenever I get on the internet on Monday basically.)

    If you reblog, either include a reference for what you want (image,  links) or have some way for me to contact you

    There will be 3 winners, 1 winner picked from the 102 followers (the ones that enter of course) and 2 from the reblogs.

    • The winner from the 102 followers will get a large size pixel art (roughly 96x96 or bigger)
    • One reblog winner will get a medium size pixel art (roughly 64x64)
    • One reblog winner will get a small size pixel art (roughly 32x32).

    Note that if you’re a follower and you don’t get the follower prize you are still eligible for the reblog prizes!!!

    See the included image for size references.

    oooooo! 
    follow my cool and skilled friend errorfunction

    Pluggin’ all the cool pixelartists who deserve more followers.

    Hope side account reblogs are ok; not sure just yet what I’d like but please send an ask to Schazardous :>

    5 days ago  /  211 notes  /  Source: errorfunction

  2. photo

    photo

    3 weeks ago  /  147 notes  /  Source: drazelic

  3. harkaway:

AAAARG!!!!
I love the sentiment and the poetry of this. I do. I get that it’s important.
But (with apologies to Theremina, who is awesome) it drives me CRAZY. Why?
Because NO, NO, NO, you are not a ghost driving a machine. You are not a tiny green homunculus sitting at the controls of a steampunk automaton. You are not Spock trapped in a body that wants to be Kirk. You are not dual, you are not refined intellect riding gross matter like an unruly mustang. You are not Ariel carried by Caliban.
You are you. Your body is you. Your cognition exists in the flesh. It is not separate, not spun glass in the hands of a chimp. Your body creates your mind. Your gut, the ropy intestinal tract that digests your food, has 100,000,000 neurons in it. There are quite a lot of animals with fewer than that. Your whole physical shape, your food and drink, exercise, amount of sunshine, of sex, of affection, sitting position and amount of sleep, affects not only your mood but your supposedly pure cognitive choices. Look down and to the left and name a string of random number between zero and ten million. Now do the same looking up and to the right. The second batch will be higher. And your body’s genes play a role in your thinking, too - identical twins separated at birth and raised separately are often seen to develop, if not similar politics, similar moods of political opinion.
The need to separate the body from the mind comes from an old slander that physical matter is dross, simply too crude to support the fineness that is thought. Physical matter, forever dancing around energy, shifting from one configuration to another, even now withholding secrets from our most sophisticated inquisitors, is not crude. It is brilliant, and yes, you are made of stardust and stars are made of you, so why - oh, why - would you try to distance yourself from the beauty of it and reach for comfort in the form of some old Cartesian slur derived from a tacit heteropatriarchal fear of physical desire?
Consider what you are: the most recent iteration of your genetic code, itself the product of strange chemistry in bubbling primordial pools, in turn resting upon vast releases of energy into stunning cold according to a template almost bizarrely suited to the emergence of conscious life - which may, in turn, be a vital component of its function. Caught midway between the appalling vastness of the Newton-Einstein universe and the implausible mechanics of the tiny, you exist in both; composed largely of water, whose relationship with the quantum world is only just beginning to reveal itself, you are gorgeously liminal, fragile, biological and complex.
And, that, that is why you’re incredible.

    harkaway:

    AAAARG!!!!

    I love the sentiment and the poetry of this. I do. I get that it’s important.

    But (with apologies to Theremina, who is awesome) it drives me CRAZY. Why?

    Because NO, NO, NO, you are not a ghost driving a machine. You are not a tiny green homunculus sitting at the controls of a steampunk automaton. You are not Spock trapped in a body that wants to be Kirk. You are not dual, you are not refined intellect riding gross matter like an unruly mustang. You are not Ariel carried by Caliban.

    You are you. Your body is you. Your cognition exists in the flesh. It is not separate, not spun glass in the hands of a chimp. Your body creates your mind. Your gut, the ropy intestinal tract that digests your food, has 100,000,000 neurons in it. There are quite a lot of animals with fewer than that. Your whole physical shape, your food and drink, exercise, amount of sunshine, of sex, of affection, sitting position and amount of sleep, affects not only your mood but your supposedly pure cognitive choices. Look down and to the left and name a string of random number between zero and ten million. Now do the same looking up and to the right. The second batch will be higher. And your body’s genes play a role in your thinking, too - identical twins separated at birth and raised separately are often seen to develop, if not similar politics, similar moods of political opinion.

    The need to separate the body from the mind comes from an old slander that physical matter is dross, simply too crude to support the fineness that is thought. Physical matter, forever dancing around energy, shifting from one configuration to another, even now withholding secrets from our most sophisticated inquisitors, is not crude. It is brilliant, and yes, you are made of stardust and stars are made of you, so why - oh, why - would you try to distance yourself from the beauty of it and reach for comfort in the form of some old Cartesian slur derived from a tacit heteropatriarchal fear of physical desire?

    Consider what you are: the most recent iteration of your genetic code, itself the product of strange chemistry in bubbling primordial pools, in turn resting upon vast releases of energy into stunning cold according to a template almost bizarrely suited to the emergence of conscious life - which may, in turn, be a vital component of its function. Caught midway between the appalling vastness of the Newton-Einstein universe and the implausible mechanics of the tiny, you exist in both; composed largely of water, whose relationship with the quantum world is only just beginning to reveal itself, you are gorgeously liminal, fragile, biological and complex.

    And, that, that is why you’re incredible.

    (via heisenburger)

    3 months ago  /  3,684 notes  /  Source: theremina

  4. Proud member of the selfie generation

    Proud member of the selfie generation

    3 months ago  /  3 notes

  5. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu performing at Kohaku Uta Gassen, New Years Eve 2013

    3 months ago  /  1 note

  6. Show yer working

    Show yer working

    6 months ago  /  1 note

  7. Ignore the stigmata, I’m just here to party
Here to cause trouble and bother somebody

    Ignore the stigmata, I’m just here to party

    Here to cause trouble and bother somebody

    6 months ago  /  2 notes

  8. photo

    photo

    7 months ago  /  2,806 notes  /  Source: pixelatedcrown

  9. woooah

    woooah

    7 months ago  /  1 note

  10. your old pal xeddy krueger

    your old pal xeddy krueger

    8 months ago  /  3 notes