I like dinosaurs. I like drawing and painting. I'm not too great but am working on getting better. I also reblog stuff from my friends and other stuff that I find funny. I love answering asks, the more personal the better.

8bit-anarchy:

roundworms:

how do i politely ask him to slam me against a wall and make out with me

COME ON AND SLAM AND WELCOME TO THE JAM

(Source: paarasytes)

all of the history of the universe up until 1996 culminated in the production on space jam. if anything had been different up until that point there would be no space jam.

if the laws of physics had been slightly different, there’d be no space jam

if the ancestral population of first-generation stars had been slightly smaller, there’d be no space jam

if the supernova that created our sun’s planetary nebula had been slightly metal-poorer, there’d be no space jam

if one of the ancestral tetrapods came on shore a mile north of where it did, there’d be no space jam

if the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs was a mile smaller in radius, there’d be no space jam.

if one of the 1000 ancestral humans at the ancient population bottleneck went and looked at a pretty rock instead of talking to one of his friends, there’s no space jam.

if hammurabi had a typo in his code of laws, there’d be no space jam.

if the tang dynasty collapsed a month later, there’d be no space jam. 

if alexander the great had advanced further into india there’d be no space jam.

if julius caesar had been more successful in germania, there’d be no space jam

if the polynesian sailors of the pacific ocean had come to north america in larger numbers there’d be no space jam.

if erik the red’s father had been executed for murder then there’d be no space jam

if napoleon’s middle name was francis there’d be no space jam

if hitler invaded poland a week later there’d be no space jam

all of history up until 1996 had to work out absolutely perfectly to give us space jam,

It’s this pinnacle, an ultimate expression of human achievement, where all of this perfect synchronicity and historical cooindicence worked to give us the perfect pattern of atomic interactions and synaptical firings to produce such a wonderfully absurd thing as this

and it has a 35% on rotten tomatoes

Carry on my Wayward Slam

one of my friends fell for amway fml

(Source: princessfurry)

going to new york tomorrow gonna spend all fucking day in the amnh fuck yeah pterosaur special exhibit bitches and dinos all day

paleoillustration:

Pectinodon bakkeri vs Stygimoloch by Mohamad Haghani

paleoillustration:

Pectinodon bakkeri vs Stygimoloch by Mohamad Haghani

khaleesri:

"no homo" I whisper as I look at my garden of pea plants. The progeny had expressed a 1:2:1 ratio of phenotypes. I am Gregor Mendel. 

unmarvel:

unmarvel:

when he leans close and whispers to your ear  (◡‿◡✿)

"hail hydra"  (ʘ‿ʘ✿)

princesszach:

electric-bard:

maplehoofs:

parahsalmer:

parahsalmer:

thegeek531:

herundiscloseddesires:

Yes. All the yes.

I may have to print this out sometime…

ummm.. new house rules??

Ok let’s play right now.

FUCKI NG GAME ON

List under “things to do with friends at con or while drunk”

wants to play tho

princesszach:

electric-bard:

maplehoofs:

parahsalmer:

parahsalmer:

thegeek531:

herundiscloseddesires:

Yes. All the yes.

I may have to print this out sometime…

ummm.. new house rules??

Ok let’s play right now.

FUCKI NG GAME ON

List under “things to do with friends at con or while drunk”

wants to play tho

darundik:

verdict of today’s apush class

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cmkosemenillustrated:

Conventional wisdom has it that all non-bird dinosaurs got extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period. But what if some had held on for a few more million years? Here, a Palaeocene mammal named Pantolambda encounters a late-surviving descendant of Velociraptor or Deinonychus-like dinosaurs.
Buy a print of this work at Zazzle.com
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cmkosemenillustrated:

Conventional wisdom has it that all non-bird dinosaurs got extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period. But what if some had held on for a few more million years? Here, a Palaeocene mammal named Pantolambda encounters a late-surviving descendant of Velociraptor or Deinonychus-like dinosaurs.

Buy a print of this work at Zazzle.com

www.cmkosemen.com

cmkosemenillustrated:

Conventional wisdom has it that all non-bird dinosaurs got extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period. But what if some had held on for a few more million years? Here, a Palaeocene mammal named Pantolambda encounters a late-surviving descendant of Velociraptor or Deinonychus-like dinosaurs.
Buy a print of this work at Zazzle.com
www.cmkosemen.com

cmkosemenillustrated:

Conventional wisdom has it that all non-bird dinosaurs got extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period. But what if some had held on for a few more million years? Here, a Palaeocene mammal named Pantolambda encounters a late-surviving descendant of Velociraptor or Deinonychus-like dinosaurs.

Buy a print of this work at Zazzle.com

www.cmkosemen.com

hey yo my followers i’ve totally not done any art in a long time, save for a pencil nanuqsaurus which i’ve not uploaded and for that I’m sorry. i’m kinda in a funk artistically right now.