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kingdomheartsnyctophiliac:

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nekocrazee:

both of these shows are polar opposites i’m laughing so hard at their contrast

nekocrazee:

both of these shows are polar opposites i’m laughing so hard at their contrast

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A Yakko animation I made using sprites from the  Animaniacs: Gigantic Adventure pc game.

Lookit this dizzy doofus.

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teslamarcia:

Oh yeah, I drew this not too long ago… and I forgot to post it.
Where he’s running towards, I’m not exactly sure. But I can fathom that it’s towards something that deserves immediate revenge.
PS. I’m gonna make this into a gif

teslamarcia:

Oh yeah, I drew this not too long ago… and I forgot to post it.

Where he’s running towards, I’m not exactly sure. But I can fathom that it’s towards something that deserves immediate revenge.

PS. I’m gonna make this into a gif

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foxyphantom:

~STARRY ACNL PATH~

The first path I’ve ever tried to make! I had an idea of making a spacey-themed town and walking on a night sky between locations just seemed like a really cool idea. It’s simple, but here it is for anyone wanting to use it. Just give me credit if used! :3

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rhamphotheca:

The Broad-billed Parrot(Lophopsittacus mauritianus)
… was a large parrot, now extinct, endemic to the Mascarene island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean east of Madagascar. It is unclear what other species it is most closely related to. It had similarities with the Rodrigues parrot, and may have been closely related.
The broad-billed parrot’s head was large in proportion to its body, and there was a distinct crest of feathers on the front of the head. The bird had a very large beak, comparable in size to that of the hyacinth macaw, which would have enabled it to crack hard seeds. Subfossil bones indicate that the species exhibited greater sexual dimorphism in overall size and head size than any living parrot.
The exact colouration is unknown, but a contemporary description indicates that it had a blue head, a greyish or blackish body, and perhaps a red beak. It is believed to have been a weak flier, but not flightless…
(read more: Wikipedia)
illustration by Henrik Grönvold made for Rothschild’s 1907 book, based on a tracing of the Gelderland sketch

rhamphotheca:

The Broad-billed Parrot(Lophopsittacus mauritianus)

… was a large parrot, now extinct, endemic to the Mascarene island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean east of Madagascar. It is unclear what other species it is most closely related to. It had similarities with the Rodrigues parrot, and may have been closely related.

The broad-billed parrot’s head was large in proportion to its body, and there was a distinct crest of feathers on the front of the head. The bird had a very large beak, comparable in size to that of the hyacinth macaw, which would have enabled it to crack hard seeds. Subfossil bones indicate that the species exhibited greater sexual dimorphism in overall size and head size than any living parrot.

The exact colouration is unknown, but a contemporary description indicates that it had a blue head, a greyish or blackish body, and perhaps a red beak. It is believed to have been a weak flier, but not flightless…

(read more: Wikipedia)

illustration by Henrik Grönvold made for Rothschild’s 1907 book, based on a tracing of the Gelderland sketch

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