09/01/2013 with 183 notes
“You’ve met with a terrible fate, haven’t you?”
Oh wow this took forver. Even tho the design looks so easy i had to make up at least six outfits until i was happy with it.
Being worshipped as a god has it’s pros and cons. People pray to you and love you even tho you do basically nothing but sitting on your ass the whole day or your religious followers get so crazy about you that they lock you up in a tower and you can’t leave for a few hundret years. That was Syetu’s (Sei-tuh) fate until three young priest trainees accidently set the tower on fire. But you know what happens when a phoenix dies right? RIGHT? Yes exactly. They burst into ash and are born anew.
He grief for the poor pokemon who died in the fire and brought them back to life with his sacred ash. He left the burnt tower to fly through the different regions and only comes back when someone rings the clear bell.
He’s a jolly fella, always enthusiastic and loves to spread happiness.
#I really really like this concept.
#the whole pokémon-as-people thing.
#good job A+.
28/12/2012 with 13,812 notes
Motherboard Earth by Alain Bousquet
Encoded in our DNA is the organic circuitry of life, programming everything from our physical structure to the hardwired commands needed to run, fight, or play. Alain’s series of interlaced circuits create a user interface for the abstract ideas we use to build our world.
Love this interpretation of biological “circuitry”. Although, I’d say that DNA is more the biological program, and the temporal interactions of the proteins and higher-order structures it codes for are really the “circuit board” … but that’s just me :)
#this is stunning.