this is my last one tonight before i dedicate the entirety of tomorrow to porting many many psd files into a pdf
but ill get to the rest eventually i prome
I wanted to share this because I’m very proud. Of the costume, yes, but here I wanted to show how proud I am to have lost weight. Yes, the skirt is fuller now, as I have added a hoop skirt, but I’ve also had to take in the corset which IS possible, and I think it shows. Can’t wait for the cons this year!!
THANK YOU HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA <33333333333333333333
Literally one of the best things about this show is the way it actively subverts stereotypes. At first glance, everyone is set up to fit into absolutes: there’s The Bully, The Smart Kid, The Sweet Girl, The Bratty Sister, The Evil Scientist, The Stoic Spy, The Go-Getter, The Quiet One. But the characters begin to change and grow almost instantly, and they slowly evolve into complex individuals who force you to see beyond the cliches (which they actually do proudly embody). Buford unashamedly enjoys ragging on other kids, especially Baljeet, but he also speaks fluent French, has a working knowledge of existentialist philosophers, and is truly afraid of being alone. Candace is often more vindictive than she should be toward her brothers because she cares about them and because she’s still struggling to define herself on her own terms because of the crippling anxiety she sometimes has to deal with. The list goes on and on. And to me, this is an absolutely conscious framework that is embedded into the show. It’s not just the fact that they’ve developed these characters more and more over time. The whole show consciously flows against the audience’s initial expectations. Formulas and stereotypes are there to provide a starting point, but the way the crew weaves complicated storytelling and nuanced characterization into a show that seems to stick to the same pattern is amazing, and it really elevates the show to an insanely sophisticated level. It’s not just that they’ve managed to avoid cliches, it’s that they have established cliches and patterns and formulas for the sole purpose of delving into them and fleshing them out and challenging themselves into telling stories based on setting up expectations and then subverting them. They trust their audience to pick up on the irony, and they do because this is a smart show for smart kids and smart adults and everyone should watch it.
Gods yes. This is what I love about this show. The characters are so much more than meets the eye. Things get played for laughs, of course, since it’s a kids’ show. But when you get under that superficial layer they put over every show for ratings’ sake, you get a group of incredibly well-developed characters. It tickles every character creation bone in my body, and I have several.
Alice and Tarrant had a nice little photo op and then Mally had to go and ruin it. *facepalm*
I WAS SERIOUSLY WAY TOO EXCITED ABOUT WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE.
YOU GUYS THIS FUCKING SHOW
THIS FUCKING SHOW
Just ran into this on the street. When I asked why they were dressed up they said they were going to the beach.
When you see the word tender, it’s just a word.
But once you italicize it…
(Although you may have seen it on DeviantArt:)
In this short fan-animated Adventure Time episode, Fionna and Marshall Lee are turned into ghosts, but can they break the curse before they’re stuck that way forever?
Title card — Gabriela Granado
Voices, music — Gene Cochrane
Voices, writing — Boggy
Animation, storyboard, voices — Lydia Fama (Me!)
EEEEEEEEE YAY I AM SO HAPPY ITS ON HERE. GET ON MY DASH, YOU BEAUTIFUL THING!
kuroshitsuji story for the past few months