Shane M Bailey

DESIGNER. DEVELOPER. CREATIVE. ________________________

I'm a 30-something web developer in Jacksonville, Florida.
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mrdappersden:

homuras:

a commission of the wyatt family for mrdappersden!

commissions are still open!

Look at these cute cult members!

furbelicious:

This was actually one of my favorite moments from Wrestlemania 30 tonight. It really works so well because the camera follows John Cena just enough that we don’t see Bray Wyatt pop up in his spider walk. Really cool. Really creepy.

furbelicious:

This was actually one of my favorite moments from Wrestlemania 30 tonight. It really works so well because the camera follows John Cena just enough that we don’t see Bray Wyatt pop up in his spider walk. Really cool. Really creepy.

silentgiantla:

Animated artwork by Rebecca Mock

Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.

(via awesomedigitalart)

herochan:

Reign of the Super Grovers

Created by Marco d’alfonso

Website || DeviantArt || Tumblr

evandorkin:

Found an unfinished Batman Drawing, so I finished it.

(via dbsharpy)

thedsgnblog:

Tata&Friends   |    http://tatafriends.com

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thebristolboard:

Original page by Garry Leach from the opening chapter of Alan Moore’s Marvelman (renamed Miracleman) from Warrior magazine #1, published by Quality Communications, March 1982.

sasquatchmedia:

Too often re-designs of social tools worsen, not improve, the experience for me, especially at Facebook. Buttons move, disappear or become so non-intuitive as to boggle the mind. This week’s design tweaks over at Twitter* seem pretty cool, as this Poynter post notes. 

I especially like Twitter’s expanded profile box to include work email and phone numbers (super helpful to journalists looking to expand social sources) and the ability to “pin” or highlight one of your particularly representative tweets. 

* I spend a hell of a lot more time on Tumblr than Twitter but that’s all right.

alexhchung:

Black Widow by Bill Sienkiewicz

alexhchung:

Black Widow by Bill Sienkiewicz

marvel1980s:

1989 - Anatomy of a Cover - Wolverine #14 by Kevin Nowlan

http://kevinnowlan.blogspot.ca/2010/01/wolverine-14-cover-art.html

(via kansatron)

fuckyeahblackwidow:

Black Widow by Bill Sienkiewicz.

fuckyeahblackwidow:

Black Widow by Bill Sienkiewicz.

(via kansatron)

Two and a half years ago, I ranted on Twitter about Superman and why it makes no sense for people to dislike him the way they do. My general feeling then was just that people had some sort of hard line aversion to identifying with someone who always tries to do the right thing, as though great power and great responsibility were peanut butter and arsenic. I mean, I get it. I used to think Captain America was weaksauce milquetoast and that he would be way cooler if he was more of an antihero. For context, however, when I thought this, my favorite filmmaker was Kevin Smith, my favorite band was Limp Bizkit, and I was a couple of years out from being really into Mark Millar. Luckily, time is less of a flat circle than Rustin Cohle would have you believe.

The point is, I grew up. I stopped being a world-hating boychild whose blood type was misplaced anger. I stopped conflating negative character traits with positive signifiers. One of the reasons people seem to criticize optimistic superheroes is because they aren’t realistic enough, but I think they’re missing the point. We created superheroes because we needed something “unrealistic” to save us. Realism is relative. The argument that a superhero who is a bit of a dick all the time is more real or interesting than one who is decent and upstanding all the time is complete bullshit. You know what’s boring? A lack of conflict.