The Philantichrist

this is where I post the best of the best and the worst of the worst of all my blogs. the home base, the fortress of figitude, the figcave, the fig of letters bunker.. ok ill stop

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FunkoAdventures
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I wanted to reach out to say thank you to everyone that cheered me on and donated to my E4K fundraising page. Without you rooting me on in the livestream, It would have been really difficult to stay awake for 24 hours straight crafting items for friends and family. 

In the end of my marathon I raised 250.00 which was more than last year and next year I am determined to blow that number out of the water. 

The breakdown: Over the course of 24 hours, I created 2 photo manipulated fanart pieces, Boiled, reshaped, hand painted, sanded, and sealed 7 custom Funko Pop toys, made 17 bracelets ranging from beaded, to decoupaged bangles, Made 25 pairs of segmented charm earrings, Strung 11 necklaces of different types, cut paper hole punched and bound 29 sketchbooks with up-cycled materials, Designed cut and pressed 59 buttons of different sizes, and cut designs and pressed 63 magnets. The Funko toys and boxes definitely took the biggest chunk of time but they sure came out cute. ^_^ 

So until next year, take care of yourself, take care of each other, and don’t forget to #getkind. 

dude.

Their friendship is hilarious

funkoadventures:

In order to raise some money for therandomact and E4K. I’ve put my original Crowley up for auction. So If you need a king of hell in your life, now’s your chance to own him and raise money for charity in the process. 

Click the link to check our the auction, you can also visit my crowdrise here to donate directly to my E4K fundraising page to show your support. 

therandomactorg:

We’d like to thank you for all that you do to help us conquer the world one random act of kindness at a time. It’s amazing how much gratitude our hearts can hold – especially when we have so much for which to be thankful. 

Our dauntless Director Cinde Monsam has written a new blog explaining just ‘why we fundraise’ in case you’ve ever wondered what sorts of acts are being funded. We hope you’ll take time to read it, and that you’ll consider submitting an act proposal of your own sometime this year.

We hope you’ll drop by our blog each week to read stories about the acts of kindness that you make possible. We recently started a special section on our website, The Kindness Files to highlight a few of the many individual acts being done each month. And, of course, our two new programs last year, Caught in the Act and Class Act were created to encourage and reward those who make kindness a part of their lives. 

Again, we want you to know that we’re thankful for each and every one of you, not just today, but every day. And we hope you’ll join us in conquering the world one random act of kindness at a time.

funkoadventures:

Happy to oblige Chad. Enjoy!! (X)

Someone posts a picture of a banana being sliced up.. and I wonder if this would still have a ton of notes if it instead asking what someone would do if their girlfriend cheated on them, and showed a picture of someone cutting like, a cantaloupe in half. I guess it depends on the website.

(X)

For a Supernatural watch party I wanted to bring a dessert that fit with the theme of the night so I made some “Salt & Burn cookie pops” Quick, easy and hard to burn. 

Approximate cost: About $10-15.00 I should really pay attention to these things 

  • 2 bags Black candy coat
  • White sugar sprinkles
  • Bone shaped sugar sprinkles
  • 1-2 container of mint oreo cookies (or any flavor)
  • Wilton sucker sticks
  • Olive oil
  • A small pot or a chocolate melter
  • A cookie sheet to work on
  1. Your first step, is don’t eat all the cookies. Alternatively buy two packages of cookies so you have one for the thing.  
  2. Melt down your candy coat, I add a little olive oil to mine so its a lot smoother. A little dab will do ya. I always buy 2 bags just in case I somehow ruin a batch or coat the cookies extra thick. Better safe than sorry.
  3. While the candy coat melts, pull apart the Oreos, use all your will power not to lick the frosting off of them while they are all spread out before you like some pagan offering. 
  4. Dip the sucker sticks in the melted candy coat and press them into the frosting of the Oreo and put the un-frosted side back on. this way the stick will stay stuck in the cookie instead of just falling off when you dip the whole thing. I didn’t take a picture so you’ll just have to use your imagination. 
  5. Pop the cookie sheet of Oreo’s on sticks in the freezer for a couple minutes to get them hard. *barely stops self from making dirty joke* 
  6. Now that your stick Oreos are solid. Dip each into your melted candy coat and even out the candy coat by tapping it on the side of the melter.
  7. Lay them on the cookie sheet and sprinkle candy bones, and then the sugar crystals on them after dipping each one so the chocolate hardens around the sprinkles. You can be all artsy with how you put them on, or you can have an hour before the party and just throw them on there like a crazed weasel. 
  8. Once your done. Pop them back in the freezer for a minute or so to harden up. make sure they are completely hard before putting them in a container or they will end up sticking to each other. If that is the case, enact the “one nacho” rule when sharing with friends. 

Supernatural character tin is for bonus points. It was made by simply printing out a picture, cutting it to size and modge podging onto a dollar store tin. 

I was tagged by teatimeforme who said I had to screenshot my desktop to share with you all. So, there it is in all its glory. The art is a commission of me done by kayzig who is awesome. 

portland-spn:

10/25/14 - 6pm-11:00pm

Get your hunter gear and meet up for cosplay and a spoopy ol’ time. As time gets closer we will figure out a meet up spot and time within the hall for a group photo to see who survived all the madness that is FrightTown. 

Tickets are 22.00 per person, but you can get 5.00 off if you buy your tickets are participating locations found here: http://www.frighttown.com/coupon.html


FrightTown™ fills the 40,000 square foot Exhibit Hall beneath the Memorial Coliseum at the Rose Quarter so there is sure to be plenty to see with your brave friends and family.

Not a member of the Portland SPN family yet? Join www.facebook.com/groups/PortlandSPNfamily/ 

sabriel-otp:

#Supernatural!VS - From Dusk Til Dawn

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pumpkinkraken:

i’m so fuckin happy about guillermo del toro’s house….

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euclase:

Gabriel, drawn in PS

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Received a box in the mail from back home. I suppose by this measure it would be completely acceptable if I sent them atheist literature right?