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starborn-vagaboo:

pyrositshere:

mastercreart:

leg refences

Reblogging this not only for artists but also for people who write werewolf (and other animal transformation) fiction.  If a human turned into a wolf, their knee joints would not reverse— what some fic writers mistake for the knee is actually the ankle.  A wolf’s hind feet are relatively long, and they are always walking in way roughly analogous to human “tip-toeing.”

For anyone curious, the artist is Marshall Vandruff and he has a free webinar up on Imaginarium as well as dvds from Gnomon Workshop!

starborn-vagaboo:

pyrositshere:

mastercreart:

leg refences

Reblogging this not only for artists but also for people who write werewolf (and other animal transformation) fiction.  If a human turned into a wolf, their knee joints would not reverse— what some fic writers mistake for the knee is actually the ankle.  A wolf’s hind feet are relatively long, and they are always walking in way roughly analogous to human “tip-toeing.”

For anyone curious, the artist is Marshall Vandruff and he has a free webinar up on Imaginarium as well as dvds from Gnomon Workshop!

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just-a-skinny-boy:

The sun isn’t bright just because I say it is. It just is. It was bright before I even knew the word for bright. I didn’t decide what it is, I acknowledged what it is.

You aren’t worth something just because I say you are. You just are. You were worth something before I even said anything. I didn’t decide that you are, I acknowledged that you are.

This is what I mean when I say “You are worth it.”

This is great.

I have no words.

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micdotcom:

Powerful portraits of the Liberians who beat Ebola

To help humanize the overwhelming statistics, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and senior staff photographer at Getty Images, John Moore, visited an Ebola treatment center of the organization, Doctors Without Borders in Paynesville, Liberia. At the treatment center, survivors spoke about the brothers, sisters, husbands and wives they lost due to the disease. They also spoke of recovery, stigmas they continue to face in their villages and renewed hope.

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criminalprofiler:

The psychological/emotional side of being a medical examiner: 
Dr. Keisel, forensic pathologist:
"You’ve got to be the type of person who can emotionally  disconnect  [from] it. I mean, if you went into a case looking at it as,  ‘Geez, this  is somebody’s little girl or somebody’s little boy,’ you’d  never be  able to do the case. You can’t personalize it in any way… When  you walk in, you never forget that this is somebody’s  loved one. You  never forget that, but when you walk in to do the job,  you kinda put  that information aside. You look at them more as a puzzle,  and your job  is to sort out this puzzle. I’ve got to find out  what  happened. Who, what, why, when, where. I mean, that’s what my job  is,  to sort out and get those answers. And, do it in a respectful way.A   lot of people can’t do this type of job. A lot of people don’t want to   do this type of job. There are a lot of jobs I wouldn’t want to do   either.”

criminalprofiler:

The psychological/emotional side of being a medical examiner:

Dr. Keisel, forensic pathologist:

"You’ve got to be the type of person who can emotionally disconnect [from] it. I mean, if you went into a case looking at it as, ‘Geez, this is somebody’s little girl or somebody’s little boy,’ you’d never be able to do the case. You can’t personalize it in any way…

When you walk in, you never forget that this is somebody’s loved one. You never forget that, but when you walk in to do the job, you kinda put that information aside. You look at them more as a puzzle, and your job is to sort out this puzzle.

I’ve got to find out what happened. Who, what, why, when, where. I mean, that’s what my job is, to sort out and get those answers. And, do it in a respectful way.

A lot of people can’t do this type of job. A lot of people don’t want to do this type of job. There are a lot of jobs I wouldn’t want to do either.”

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The worst part about anything that’s self destructive is that it’s so intimate. You become so close with your addictions and illnesses that leaving them behind is like killing the part of yourself that taught you how to survive.
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