Its not real, its Cynthetic.

korr-a-sami:

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Only the Avatar can master all four elements and bring balance to the world...

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+bloodbending
+energybending
+lavabending
+combustionbending

Only the avatar can master all 151 subelements

GOTTA MASTER THEM ALL! AVATAR *pokemon theme*

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Return of the Pirate Captains by Cynthetic-art
I used to write a lot of stories and rps about pirates. I watched POTC 1 today and decided to draw my 3 pirate captain ocs:

Captain Cyrus Kent:

An absolutely bonkers Englishman, Captain of the sloop Laughing Falcon. Cyrus is a sickly, pale, mentally unstable, excitable maniac. His eccentric style leave most scratching their heads, and he is often beating back mutinies more than captaining, yet his mad schemes somehow work enough to keep his motley crew around. Overall, not a bad person, and in saner moments easy to get along with. He’s in it for adventure more than money, and is clinging to every scrap of life he’s been given. Winning his trust is difficult, but well worth it. A difficult early life with the added bonus of head injury makes Cyrus both tragic and terrifying, often snapping into voilence or screaming and biting… or just terrfiyed hiding at seemingly minor things, like frying pans. On the other hand, he’s a excellent with a sword, and once he sets his mind on something, will never give up, often keeping crew morale high in battle. In general, his rules are rather lax on board, and inconsistently enforced. That’s probably the only reason he can get a crew to sail with him at all… that being said, he seems to know many secrets, and is more of a force to be reckoned with than he appears. Underestimating him would be a big mistake.

Captain Victor Draycott:

Outside piracy, not much is known about Victor Draycott, the captain of the Atonement. Victor is held in high regard and also feared by many a pirate. Known for his harsh punishments, lack of mercy, and foul temper and mouth, few dare cross Draycott. Life aboard the Atonement is not exactly the free pirate’s life that Captain Kent or Lark allow on their vessels, and Victor has intimidated anyone that thinks about leaving, claiming that they know too much. All the same, given his success rate, and brilliance in naval combat, he has no shortage of new crew members. Victor is in geneal a very unpleasant person to be around. He’s cold and harsh and never smiles. His sense of morals are twisted and he is perhaps cruel, but he tends to unleash his fury and prey on ships who he knows hold those who have commited even worse crimes than himself.

Captain Samuel Lark:

Given how little time Captain Lark actually spends at sea, people sometimes don’t consider him a real pirate. Lark is more of a gambler and deal maker than a high seas adventurer. However, using his silver tongue and charm, he’s made enough network connections that he always know where the easy pickings of ships with a huge payoff and little protection will be. Then he’ll grab a crew and take his prize. Those that see his indulgent lifestyle and want a share in it jump at the chance to crew with him. He’s something of a pig, and changes the name of his ship to whatever woman he’s interested in at the time…  All the same, Lark has a big heart, and can be quite reasonable.

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Its been a long time since I’ve drawn Captain Cyrus Kent and co. Partially due to disinterest, but mainly because it took me a while to come to a place where thinking about these characters, and therefore the person I shared them with, didn’t cause me overwhelming sadness. 

I’m really really proud for once of how much my art has improved since 2009 (back when I drew them alot, back when these three and my former friend’s rp was my life…) 

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characters (c) to me

Return of the Pirate Captains by Cynthetic-art
I used to write a lot of stories and rps about pirates. I watched POTC 1 today and decided to draw my 3 pirate captain ocs:

Captain Cyrus Kent:

An absolutely bonkers Englishman, Captain of the sloop Laughing Falcon. Cyrus is a sickly, pale, mentally unstable, excitable maniac. His eccentric style leave most scratching their heads, and he is often beating back mutinies more than captaining, yet his mad schemes somehow work enough to keep his motley crew around. Overall, not a bad person, and in saner moments easy to get along with. He’s in it for adventure more than money, and is clinging to every scrap of life he’s been given. Winning his trust is difficult, but well worth it. A difficult early life with the added bonus of head injury makes Cyrus both tragic and terrifying, often snapping into voilence or screaming and biting… or just terrfiyed hiding at seemingly minor things, like frying pans. On the other hand, he’s a excellent with a sword, and once he sets his mind on something, will never give up, often keeping crew morale high in battle. In general, his rules are rather lax on board, and inconsistently enforced. That’s probably the only reason he can get a crew to sail with him at all… that being said, he seems to know many secrets, and is more of a force to be reckoned with than he appears. Underestimating him would be a big mistake.

Captain Victor Draycott:

Outside piracy, not much is known about Victor Draycott, the captain of the Atonement. Victor is held in high regard and also feared by many a pirate. Known for his harsh punishments, lack of mercy, and foul temper and mouth, few dare cross Draycott. Life aboard the Atonement is not exactly the free pirate’s life that Captain Kent or Lark allow on their vessels, and Victor has intimidated anyone that thinks about leaving, claiming that they know too much. All the same, given his success rate, and brilliance in naval combat, he has no shortage of new crew members. Victor is in geneal a very unpleasant person to be around. He’s cold and harsh and never smiles. His sense of morals are twisted and he is perhaps cruel, but he tends to unleash his fury and prey on ships who he knows hold those who have commited even worse crimes than himself.

Captain Samuel Lark:

Given how little time Captain Lark actually spends at sea, people sometimes don’t consider him a real pirate. Lark is more of a gambler and deal maker than a high seas adventurer. However, using his silver tongue and charm, he’s made enough network connections that he always know where the easy pickings of ships with a huge payoff and little protection will be. Then he’ll grab a crew and take his prize. Those that see his indulgent lifestyle and want a share in it jump at the chance to crew with him. He’s something of a pig, and changes the name of his ship to whatever woman he’s interested in at the time… All the same, Lark has a big heart, and can be quite reasonable.

——
Its been a long time since I’ve drawn Captain Cyrus Kent and co. Partially due to disinterest, but mainly because it took me a while to come to a place where thinking about these characters, and therefore the person I shared them with, didn’t cause me overwhelming sadness.

I’m really really proud for once of how much my art has improved since 2009 (back when I drew them alot, back when these three and my former friend’s rp was my life…)

——

characters (c) to me

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New Pictures From BIG HERO 6

mysteriousninja:

Hey this lineart doesn’t look that bad!

*turns off sketch layer*


True friendship

True friendship

spectredeflector:

Everyone wants something they can’t have.

camiekahle:

needlesslydefiantwithtea:

canadia-eh:

kaiba-cave:

one-is-all-and-all-is-one:

Congrats on hitting puberty, Ed.

It’s so weird seeing these gifs because when you actually watch the show they do it so gradually that you barely even notice (at least I didn’t) but then you look at these and it’s like, whoaa. Even Winry has a completely different face, it’s not just Ed getting taller and more muscular.

Animation, you’re doing it right.

especially when you consider this happens in what, a year?  a year and a half?

This is actually one of the things I love most about FMA. They age so gradually, just like real people. A lot of times in anime and other animation, there’s not really a slow process of growing up; it’s just sort of, “Hey, look, she has curves now, and he’s way taller.”

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