#lucius is mortified that his own son is so transparent #he has to go home and lie down in a dark room #gay for POTTER how EMBARRASSING #narcissa knows he gets the fondness for potters from a defect on the black side of the family but chooses not to say anything #she just strokes lucius’s hair and promises to teach draco a better pokerface #subtlety is a lost art (queerpotters)
watercolour pencils and pigment liner
draw all the things drawing challwngw thingy day 2
This is extremely important information that needs to be blasted everywhere. Especially for the people who tentatively support Israel’s actions right now on the basis that they want Hamas to be put down. Israel is NOT succeeding in getting rid of Hamas with this bombardment. Whether they’re even making that much of an effort to target Hamas members is extremely debatable. 80% civilian casualties does not seem like a fucking accident to me.
Oh, and inb4 anybody calls me an anti-zionist, because I am Jewish, and I hate that I am ashamed to be Jewish right now because of what Israel is doing. What happened to “Let My People Go”? what happened to freeing people from the bonds of tyranny? That’s like the whole point of Passover. We’ve been the victims of ethnic cleansing. How the hell can we support doing it to other people? We should know better. We should be against ALL ethnic cleansing, because we know how horrible and painful it is.
EA Giving The Sims 2 Away for Free on Origin, Along With All 18 Expansions
A decade after its release, Electronic Arts is giving away The Sims 2 for free through Origin—along with every single expansion and stuff pack ever released.
EA recently announced it would end support for The Sims 2, meaning it will no longer release content or technical fixes for the game. It will continue to offer for support to those who contact the company for help, but the game as it exists today will remain unchanged going forward (barring any efforts made by the modding community). EA contacted Sims 2 owners recently, informing them of the news and offering a free upgrade to the newly created The Sims 2: Ultimate Collection.
That same collection is now being offered to all Origin users for free for a limited time. To get it, simply open Origin, select the “Redeem Product Code” option from the menu, and enter the code I-LOVE-THE-SIMS. You have until July 31 at 10AM Pacific to redeem the code to your Origin account. If you don’t already have one, you can sign up for free.
Ultimate Collection includes the base Sims 2 game along with “every single The Sims 2 expansion pack and stuff pack.” The list of content that entails, as a result, is comically long: There have been eight expansion packs (which add new functionality and major features) and ten stuff packs (which, as you might guess, contain various stuff—primarily clothing and furniture) released since The Sims 2’s launch in 2004.
The full list of eight expansions:
And all ten stuff packs:
- Celebration Stuff
- Family Fun Stuff
- Glamour Life Stuff
- H&M Fashion Stuff
- Happy Holiday Stuff
- Holiday Party Pack
- IKEA Home Stuff
- Kitchen & Bath Interior Design Stuff
- Mansion & Garden Stuff
- Teen Style Stuff
The Sims 4, the newest game in the series, is scheduled for launch on PC on September 2. EA released alengthy gameplay video recently which may have inadvertently revealed its plans for a Battlefield Premium-esque service for the game.
Fox, you’ve stolen the goose
(watercolour pencils, acrylic paint, pigment liner)
Draw All The Things drawing challenge day 1, winter+wild animal+thief.
The only problem? Ultron lacks the human touch, and his superior intellect quickly determines that life on Earth would go a lot smoother if he just got rid of Public Enemy No. 1: Human beings.”