Obfuscated Ursidae

Art Education, illustration, inspiration, and Nintendo.

Blur the species one post at a time.



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historyofromanovs:

25 Photographs of The Edwardian Era {14/25}

historyofromanovs:

25 Photographs of The Edwardian Era {14/25}
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algrenion:

overlypolitebisexual:

whenever i see these post-apocalyptic films set in the USA where everyone is pretty much just killing each other with no mention of other nations i always just assume that the rest of the world is fine and has learnt how to resume life as normal

 

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hoodoothatvoodoo:

Woman and Cats, 1962Will Barnet

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Woman and Cats, 1962
Will Barnet

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Gaston, WHY?

Gaston, WHY?

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strangenewclassrooms:

ladyhistory:

Whoo! It’s that time of semester again!

Bureaucalypse: A game I invented to help teach my U.S. Government students about the federal bureaucracy.

Also, I creeped myself and the janitor out with the sound effects for tomorrow…yessssss.

LOVE this idea. I may steal it for when I teach the UN to my world history classes. (And/or teaching the E.U. to AP Euro) Can I ask: what do they have in terms of preparation? (I see you mentioned notes that they took. So I assume they were each assigned a department and had to take notes on the functions/jurisdictions etc. of that particular department?) How big are your classes? Do they walk in and see this (SO COOL!!), or are they given some kind of hint as to what is coming?

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hakentown:

trebaolofarabia:

Finally finished, one more Kickstarter painting completed.

You kickstart your way to my heart.

hakentown:

trebaolofarabia:

Finally finished, one more Kickstarter painting completed.

You kickstart your way to my heart.

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leah-adventuresinteachingart:

Finding the use of Thrust in art when using a salad spinner! #2ndgrade #expeditionarylearning #artsintegration #artsed

leah-adventuresinteachingart:

Finding the use of Thrust in art when using a salad spinner! #2ndgrade #expeditionarylearning #artsintegration #artsed

Look at my camping area! Log bench, camping cot, bonfire, and the campsite! 

Bubbles moved in today! So cute! Her house-placement was new and interesting, making a fun new path challenge. I worked out town layout, and I am ready for her peppy-style Public Works suggestions.

No school tomorrow: (!)

  • oil change
  • car wash
  • canvas/white acrylic errand
  • groceries
  • pedicure (in my dreams)
  • finish enormous pile of laundry

= a very expensive day off. Plus, I might be moving again soon (hopefully) and will need to buy many many large appliances… looks like I’ll be putting off a Wii U purchase. 

Muahaha, i got Del to leave!

Nibbles may have to be next— she’s adorable but her house is in a super weird place. Normally I like to work my paths around the weird places villagers put their houses… but I dunno, her spot is just bumming me out.

Blanche, Drift, and Drake have been around a while also… so I may let them move if they show interest. I’ll keep you guys updated in case anyone is interested in those four villagers.

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shelbysbutt:

gabydunn:

#kingbaby

omg

This makes me want to make a Kate Beaton-style comic. 

(Source: obsessedwiththeroyals, via reitwix)

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captainaurelieneyret:

An illustration I did a few weeks ago. I love Animal Crossing! <3

captainaurelieneyret:

An illustration I did a few weeks ago. I love Animal Crossing! <3

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