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Jeszcze dzień - Les Miserables (TM ROMA)

thanks to mrs-javert for linking to a video from this channel earlier… they have a few more Les Mis songs!

mrs-javert:

Love, love, love this guy!

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the-wolfbats:

Can we have another “Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.” post with the words

  • their 
  • okay
  • but
  • though
  • say
  • no
  • and
  • left
  • around
  • me
whatreference:

hi! so i recently reached 1k followers and i’m super happy about it! to celebrate, i though i would make a few masterposts for y’all. I might make a tumblr-related one later, too. anyways, i hope you like this one, and all of the links open in new tabs!
 colour
the psychology of color
how to mix skin tones
color harmony
a ton of colour palettes
how to contour/highlight
colour meanings
how to colour
how to draw…
how to draw hoods
how to draw boobs in shirts
how to draw hair
how to draw faces
another face tutorial
how to draw hands
how to draw mouths
how to draw expressions
more expressions
cargsdoodle’s body tutorial
how to draw arms
how to avoid same facing
how to draw clothing folds
references
drawing references
hairstyle references
eye references
a ton of clothing references
ear references
kneeling/sitting references
kissing references
downloads
adobe creative suite 2 free download
sai brush downloads
sai brushes
alternative to photoshop
photoshop for free
mypaint drawing program
a ton of free art programs
other
pixel art: a beginner’s guide
an AWESOME tutorial masterpost
my art tag
glitch effect tutorial

ikealanterns:

I don’t know anyone else who is into languages as I am, so I just annoy those who aren’t

[Philip Quast’s] performance is exquisitely expressive, and no glance, no motion, no rise or fall of his magnificent baritone, fractures the honesty of that singularly beatific deliverance. Moreso than any other actor, he is lost entirely within the role of Javert, and whatever effort he must exude to adopt such an alien persona is lost beneath *that* gaze… A gaze which encompasses Javert’s entire struggle in one fell slice; which cradles each chapter and each year in a flawless reflection… Javert’s progression from prudent inspector, to triumphant arbiter, to the lonely and destitute man who ultimately flings himself into the raging Seine.

Javerts of Film and Theatre x, on Philip Quast (via kingquastralia)

Just part of what I love about Philip Quast

(via quastrophile)

crowanimation:

Javert et Gavroche (sequel no. 01-05)

The setting of this world is that Gavroche survived the barricade and Javert was saved after his suicide and with the help of Gavroche he managed to get over with his despair and confusion.

I just like the father-son type of relationship between them, anyway. :)