Dave's Mapper | RPG Map Generator -
One of the coolest Map generators i have seen
I agree with the above sentiment - a fun resource or insipiration for most games.
I’m trying to make sense of this armor thing. It’s not quite realistic, but it really can’t be since I’ll have to create it as a miniature. So far I’m still contamplating on the design and if it’s ok to make the whole thing at once. It wouldn’t make sense story-wise, but it’d be good to have the whole thing finished asap. Do you have any material suggestions (for SD)?
A fairy char for a future rpg, color coded for her family tree and heritage. She still needs a char sheet and a history and everything -__-
That feeling when you realize you’ve tried to get your tablet to connect for 10 minutes, reinstalled all drivers and rebooted your computer.
And it’s still not working.
I’ll try for a while, still and then think about buying a new one. I just… it’s depressing.
(Source: ratchetmess, via pony-fuhrer)
Many confessions on here are about art theft, and that is a shame!
Facility Magazine (http://facilitymag.com) is looking for everyone and anyone who has suffered from or has an opinion on art theft or tracing.
Contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) to tell us about your experience or your opinion and be published in our next issue!
submitted by -zhicago
Sort of ironic for an art theft confession to have their image removed due to lack of credit…
Silver Spoon and Twist, when they get a bit older…
Uploaded some more pony here.
oh my god I just realized something okay
so if yahoo is buying tumblr for about $1 billion and tumblr is estimated to have 50 billion posts then it means that every post is worth two cents
I am actually giving you my two cents in every post
I don’t even know about the statistics and am too lazy to look it up, but this is funny nevertheress.
Does it also mean that the more we post, the less each individual post is worth?
Originally from Mundsen’s Bar (the comic has since been removed from the site for a reason I don’t know), and written by Martha Thomases and Valerie (D’Orazio) Gallagher, and drawn by Norm Breyfogle.
That face in the floor of the last panel is creeping me out…