cats are such beautiful assholes
↳teen wolf commentary 2.11. ❝battlefield❞
#IT’S A LITERAL PET THE DOG MOMENT #HE IS LITERALLY PETTING A DOG TO SHOW THAT HE’S NOT A BAD GUY #I CAN’T DECIDE IF THIS IS LAZY OR IF IT’S A BRILLIANT LAMPHADING OF THE TROPE #I JUST CAN’T DECIDE IF THIS SHOW IS GOOD BY ACCIDENT OR SECRETLY HIDDENLY BRILLIANT
Sam Winchester VS The Leviathans
Sam Winchester VS The Clowns
Dean Winchester vs The Leviathans
Dean Winchester vs The Plane
Castiel vs anything:
Castiel vs Women
then there’s Bobby
There’s a trend in paleoart known as “shrink-wrapping”, where dinosaurs and other beasties are drawn as little more than the barest amount of flesh over a skeleton, as if the distant past was entirely populated by bizarrely anorexic wildlife. It was very prevalent in the 90s, although thankfully less so these days.
A recently-released book, All Yesterdays, features some wonderful speculative paleoart, showcasing a few more fanciful and fun depictions of prehistoric life as a reminder that we might still be just as wrong about some of these animals as were the lumbering swamp-monster dinosaurs of the 1950s. It also has a section based around “reconstructing” a few animals of today as they might be seen by a non-human paleontologist in the far future.
And I’ve done something similar here. This is a suitably shrink-wrapped and scalified version of a modern critter — our hypothetical future-scientist only had a skeleton to work from, and no soft-tissue evidence at all for this particular group of animals.
So, let’s have a little interactivity here: what is this thing?
Edit: The answer is here. Thanks for guessing! :D