baraarts:

got a few more designs up in my shop today. Cold Hearted and Hot Blooded. I had a lot of fun making these

actual size pixels. ill make a proper post tomorrow since its 4 am but heres my shop site!!! go check it out!!!

http://society6.com/thesharkbite

art-of-swords:

The Glaive
A glaive is a European polearm weapon, consisting of a single-edged blade on the end of a pole. It is similar to the Japanese naginata, the Chinese guan dao or Dacian Falx. The word is originated from French. Almost all etymologists derive it from either the Latin (gladius) or Celtic (*cladivos, cf. claymore) word for sword. In the 15th century, it acquired the meaning it has today.
Typically, the blade was around 45 cm (18 inches) long, on the end of a pole 2 m (6 or 7 feet) long, and the blade was affixed in a socket-shaft configuration similar to an axe head, rather than having a tang like a sword or naginata. Occasionally glaive blades were created with a small hook on the reverse side to better catch riders. Such blades are called glaive-guisarmes.
According to the 1599 treatise Paradoxes of Defense by the English gentleman George Silver, the glaive is used in the same general manner as the quarterstaff, half pike, bill, halberd, voulge, or partisan. Silver rates this class of polearms above all other individual hand-to-hand combat weapons.

Source: Wikipedia 
Photo Source: James and the Blue Cat 

art-of-swords:

The Glaive

A glaive is a European polearm weapon, consisting of a single-edged blade on the end of a pole. It is similar to the Japanese naginata, the Chinese guan dao or Dacian Falx. The word is originated from French. Almost all etymologists derive it from either the Latin (gladius) or Celtic (*cladivos, cf. claymore) word for sword. In the 15th century, it acquired the meaning it has today.

Typically, the blade was around 45 cm (18 inches) long, on the end of a pole 2 m (6 or 7 feet) long, and the blade was affixed in a socket-shaft configuration similar to an axe head, rather than having a tang like a sword or naginata. Occasionally glaive blades were created with a small hook on the reverse side to better catch riders. Such blades are called glaive-guisarmes.

According to the 1599 treatise Paradoxes of Defense by the English gentleman George Silver, the glaive is used in the same general manner as the quarterstaff, half pike, bill, halberd, voulge, or partisan. Silver rates this class of polearms above all other individual hand-to-hand combat weapons.

Source: Wikipedia 

Photo Source: James and the Blue Cat 

seriousjones:

cyberpapi:

wrestling with your girlfriend is a cute experience that everyone should try

tfw no gf

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kermitthefrrog:

listening to a good song but it was in a shrek film so the entire time ur like

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What’s under that mask is not mortal, no. Under that mask is a legend, immortal. A champion of the gods. A dear friend. A companion. An ideal. That can never be broken or corroded by the abyss.

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lovelyandbrown:



ICONIC

hate when that happens


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lovelyandbrown:

ICONIC

hate when that happens

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iwishihadafather:

that’s it. that’s the whole show

knightoscarofastora:

source

crossthecursed:

Noo way.

darksoulsart:

Gravelord Nito finished

l-crystal-cave-l:

squirreldash:

man I love the painted world of ariamis so much

wow you positioned that gesture perfectly