1. lovetastesbetterwithakiss:

    korythedirtyracetraitor:

    justastrangeronthestreet:

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    journalism matters

    This post must never end.

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  2. manalon:

A crate of apples a day keeps the mad doctor away

    manalon:

    A crate of apples a day keeps the mad doctor away

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  4. Fanart for a certain cool and weird webcomic called Beyond the Ordinary

    Fanart for a certain cool and weird webcomic called Beyond the Ordinary

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  5. nellyonly:

New front cover for Beyond the Ordinary (Utöver det Vanliga) Vol 2.I wanted something better looking than a pair of keys hanging in a tree ;)Beive and Pierre. (Beyond the Ordinary is available for online reading in English here: BTO.smackjeeves.com)

    nellyonly:

    New front cover for Beyond the Ordinary (Utöver det Vanliga) Vol 2.
    I wanted something better looking than a pair of keys hanging in a tree ;)

    Beive and Pierre. 

    (Beyond the Ordinary is available for online reading in English here: BTO.smackjeeves.com)

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  6. whoslosing:

this is fucking hilarious

    whoslosing:

    this is fucking hilarious

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  8. Sort of collab I did with chopythes. Line art by me. Colors by her.
She decided to sprinkle her magic marker skills over my picture and made it look ten times better :D

After scanning this I finally understand all the talk about scanners eating markers. Oh wow it was hard to save xD

    Sort of collab I did with chopythes. Line art by me. Colors by her.

    She decided to sprinkle her magic marker skills over my picture and made it look ten times better :D

    After scanning this I finally understand all the talk about scanners eating markers. Oh wow it was hard to save xD

    2 weeks ago  /  6 notes

  9. tagged by Chopythes


    What is the longest trip you’ve been on?

    Almost all my vacation trips have been around a week long. Whether it’s been camping on Öland, gaming events, or that one trip to Majorca with my family, it’s always been one week. Kind of a “The Ring” theme going I guess xD

    What is your favorite place to visit? 

    I dunno. Wherever my friends are is where I have the most fun. The actual place doesn’t really matter that much.

    What is your favorite dream?  

    The Lucid ones. I rarely have them but WOW what a feeling to be in control of your dreams! I’ve been flying around the cities, spooking people and high-fiving a bunch of cool people.

    What kind of clothes do you like? 

    Hoodies. I’ve got a whole bunch of them. 

    What was your first OTP?

    Uhhh… No idea… Might have been Fifi la Fume and Furrball from Tiny Toon Adventures?

    What is your favorite movie?

    I’m not much of a movie guy, but Back to the Future is probably up there with Raiders of the Lost Arc at a close second.

    What is your favorite type of ice cream? 

    I like ALL ice cream. But blueberry is probably my fave.

    What’s your favorite song?

    I dunno! The Green Hill Zone music from Sonic maybe?

    Your least favorite character? 

    Shadow the Hedgehog

    Your favorite memory?

    The summers as a kid at my best friends place on the countryside. Every day could be an adventure.

    Headcanon that is really important to you?

    I don’t really devote myself to fandom enough to have any headcanons.

    Camping or hotel?

    I generally prefer the comfy hotels at the time, but camping seems to give the best memories from trips. Due to all the easy ways to fuck things up.

    What is the kindest thing anyone has ever said to you?

    All the comments on my artistic skills I guess. Which in turn make me feel guilty for not using them more >___<

    If you could meet your 8 year old self, what would you tell them?

    Stop chickening out on stuff you want to say or do! Knowing that you missed out on something you wanted to do is a seriously shitty feeling!

    Has the movie ever been better than the book?

    None that I’ve experienced…

    Do your favourite characters have anything in common?

    They tend to either be very much like me, or very much how I’d like to be. Insecure nice guys, or manly men of action xD

    When it comes to romance (if that’s a thing for you), do you have a Type? 

    I guess I go for girls that are sort of tomboyish. 

    Best vacation spot?

    Sätila village outside Gothenburg. 

    First book you remember leaving an impression on you?

    Nope…

    Hogwarts house (and is it an important part of your identity)?

    I did a test which branded me a Ravenclaw. That said, I’m not interested in HP stuff at all.

    Which fandom do you consider yourself to be most active in, and is it the same as your favourite book/show/movie/whatever’s? 

    I’m more of a lurker than an active fan. Some occasional fanart is the farthest I’ve gone really. But I guess retro Sega-stuff is where my heart is at. And Zelda. And lately sort of Homestuck…

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  10. annalandin:

More recipe-illustration, because I need practise drawing food! And also because this is delicious, and needs to be shared. Swedish chocolate-oat balls, aka chokladbollar. Ingredients for basic recipe:100 grams of butter1 1/2 deciliter of sugar3 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder5 deciliters of rolled oats2-3 tablespoons of watersome shredded coconut for decoration… and whatever else sounds good. Start by mixing soft butter and sugar, and then add the rest of the ingredients - you can add in flavourings here if you want; vanilla powder, for example, or you can switch out the tablespoons of water and use cold brewed coffee instead. Mix until everything is a uniform, kinda soggy mess. Roll into balls of whatever size you want, then roll them in the shredded coconut. Put the resulting balls on a plate and stick it in your fridge for as long as you can stand it (freezer also works, if you’re more impatient) to let them set and harden a little bit. Take them out whenever you want, and try not to eat all of them at once.
A few tips - try to use as high-quality cocoa powder as you can. It does make a difference in the taste. Also, when you add the rolled oats, it’s going to look like it’s waaaay too much - don’t worry, and just keep mixing. It’ll work out in the end, I promise. And like I said - add anything you think will taste good. You can switch out the shredded coconut for sugar, or more cocoa powder, or sesame seeds. You can cut down on the sugar if you want to make it less delicious unhealthy, and so on. And of course, the best part of these chocolate-oat balls is that it requires only one mixing bowl, and absolutely no actual baking at all. It’s practically fool-proof.

Reblogging because delicious balls!

    annalandin:

    More recipe-illustration, because I need practise drawing food! And also because this is delicious, and needs to be shared.

    Swedish chocolate-oat balls, aka chokladbollar.

    Ingredients for basic recipe:
    100 grams of butter
    1 1/2 deciliter of sugar
    3 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder
    5 deciliters of rolled oats
    2-3 tablespoons of water
    some shredded coconut for decoration
    … and whatever else sounds good.

    Start by mixing soft butter and sugar, and then add the rest of the ingredients - you can add in flavourings here if you want; vanilla powder, for example, or you can switch out the tablespoons of water and use cold brewed coffee instead. Mix until everything is a uniform, kinda soggy mess.

    Roll into balls of whatever size you want, then roll them in the shredded coconut. Put the resulting balls on a plate and stick it in your fridge for as long as you can stand it (freezer also works, if you’re more impatient) to let them set and harden a little bit.

    Take them out whenever you want, and try not to eat all of them at once.


    A few tips - try to use as high-quality cocoa powder as you can. It does make a difference in the taste. Also, when you add the rolled oats, it’s going to look like it’s waaaay too much - don’t worry, and just keep mixing. It’ll work out in the end, I promise. And like I said - add anything you think will taste good. You can switch out the shredded coconut for sugar, or more cocoa powder, or sesame seeds. You can cut down on the sugar if you want to make it less delicious unhealthy, and so on.

    And of course, the best part of these chocolate-oat balls is that it requires only one mixing bowl, and absolutely no actual baking at all. It’s practically fool-proof.

    Reblogging because delicious balls!

    2 weeks ago  /  24 notes  /  Source: annalandin