2 alas

6

Ace attor…nay?? We’re here to save the day!!!

Made some new Ace Attorney buttons (& a special heart shaped Miles/Feenie button!) for Anime North 2017! The ones I used to print were from 2014 and suuuper old and I didn’t like having them in circulation, despite how well they sold. so now it’s time for a redraw! I didn’t have enough time so I chose the characters that were the most liked! See y’all at AN *WINKS

youtube

even if you make the executive decision to never watch classicaloid, please watch this scene. I’ve rewatched episode 11 fifty times just for this one scene. please. watch it. watch the scene. I made a youtube account for it

Silly bbs

4

I just rediscovered my developmental artwork for one of my uni projects, in which I collaborated with @ts-porter to illustrate their short story about steampunk lesbians. Most of the early art was getting a feel of the setting.

2

At the #LogoSnowDays in Aspen.. 

Queen living the winter fashionggg.. 

Trend alerts: fur 

Photo from Alaska’s twitter edited by @alaskathunderfuckfan

young forever.

3

So I’m not saying we need a “soft spoken boy from an RPG Maker Game with Creepy Elements who has blue eyes and shaggy blond hair from Probably Europe^tm who is barely a (fancily dressed) teenager, whose tragic past has led to misfortune for not only him but several people around him (because of death and forces beyond his control), and it falls to him to deal with its consequences in the present” support group…

…….but.

8

The Shakespeare Code - Behind the Scenes (Part 4)
Excerpts from Benjamin Cook’s set report from DWM #382

DWM quizzed David and Freema (separately, of course - no conferring!) to determine who knows the most about the Bard. They get one point for completing each famous Shakespeare quote, and one more for naming the play. 

Q: To be or not to be, that is the question…

DT: “’Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer / the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune’ - Hamlet”  (2 pts)

FA: “’Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him well’? Um - it’s from Hamlet.” (1 pt)

Q: And thus the whirligig of time…

DT: “Oh bum. ‘And thus the whirligig of time draws on, um…’ That’s not right. It’s that kind of thing. [DWM: ‘And thus the whirligig of time brings in his revenges.’] “I was close, though! Is it from Macbeth? [DWM: Twelfth Night.] This is terrible.”  (0 pts)

FA: “Is that from A Midsummer Night’s Dream? I’m not even going to pretend that I know. My God, I’m awful. I bet David got them all right.” (0 pts)

Q: Friends, Romans, countrymen…

DT: “’…lend me your ears; / I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him.’ Julius Caesar.”   (2 pts)

FA: “’Friends, Romans, countrymen, um, listen up!” Ha! It’s from… ooh, is it Julius Caesar? Yes? It is? Put that I said that with conviction.”  (1 pt)

Q: By the pricking of my thumbs…

DT: “’Something wicked this way comes.’ That’s Macbeth.” (2 pts)

FA: “It rhymes? Um - ‘By the pricking of my thumbs / I’ll end up smacking those big bums.’ Ha ha!”  (0 pts)

Final Score: David got 16 out of 20, Freema got 6 out of 20 

Thank you to everyone who shares set photos!!

Other parts of this set available: [ one ] [ two ] [ three ]
[ List of all Doctor Who Behind the Scenes photosets ]