another tumblr, bro

We went back to Anime St. Louis this year and filmed another special for The Season Effect and managed to snag LittleKuriboh for a shot plus tons of really cool cosplayers so that was really awesome.

also check out the rest of my youtube, that’d be swell.

tysonhesse:

Posted this doodle on Twitter the other day and people seemed to like it.  Maybe I’ll sell a few prints of it at AX this year if anyone’s interested.

tysonhesse:

Posted this doodle on Twitter the other day and people seemed to like it.  Maybe I’ll sell a few prints of it at AX this year if anyone’s interested.

DOLLHOUSE SPOILERS???
@rayrayinspace

GUYS HOMESTAR RUNNER ACTUALLY UPDATED TODAY. NO JOKE.

blazehedgehog:

A friend on twitter reminded me of an old NeoGAF thread where people created fake magazine advertisements for video games.

Years ago (like 10+) somebody said I’d probably be good at marketing, so I took a stab at some of the themes that were picked. Not all of these are winners, but even though they’re like 3+ years old at this point I am still proud of some of a couple of them which is probably the best thing I can say.

Epic Mickey and Sonic 2’s are really ugly, though. Like, dang. And not all the TF2 ads are framed properly. and and and

I actually used to think the Madworld one was really lazy, but looking back on it now, I think it actually looks kind of nice. I 3D modeled a whole rectangle for that cigarette pack and everything.

Honestly thought these were legit scans I’d just never seen before.

therobotmonster:

fin-gets-clever-in-latin:

THE GIFSET I’VE BEEN WAITING MY ENTIRE LIFE FOR.

Myaaah!

Hey Ross! How old will you and the rest of the grumps be by the end of 2014?

rubberninja:

Me: 27

Barry: Twentysomething younger than me I forget

Suzy: Twentysomething younger than me I forget

Arin: 27

Dan: 89

My face: 17

nineteenfiftysix:

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nineteenfiftysix:

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slutp1g:

the most anticipated thing in television history

slutp1g:

the most anticipated thing in television history