I was a member of a 60-person dance crew in Jacksonville.
We were called Dance Dance Resolution: We Resolve To Dance.
One day, Donkey Doug and I got into a fight because I’d framed his girlfriend for boogie board theft, so he started a new dance crew called Hashtag DougLife and immediately challenged us to a dance-off.
He said, “Meet us inside the abandoned orange juice factory at midnight.” That night, as the clock struck 12:00, me and my crew came together with a determination we had never shown before and slashed all their tires.
It was dope.
By Jason Mendoza.
Hello All! As my gift to you this lovely holiday season, I have made 60 new palettes and named them all after some great songs. Sooooooo, here is my updated Palette Challenge!
Feel free to send me one of these palettes along with a character(s) and I will try to get it done as soon as possible. I will draw stuff from any fandom I actively reblog. Feel free to contact me with any questions you have!
The way The Adventure Zone juggles humor and drama reminds me of Scarborough Fair/Canticle. On the one level it’s an old nonsense song, and then on the other you’ve got a pretty serious poem describing the horrors of war. I also drew it because my response to all the intense, amazing plot twists has apparently been to post even more jokey scribbles, haha. So here are the boys, tromping through the woods, probably just before The Suffering Game. Magnus is getting an inkling of what’s coming in the arcs ahead…
(Do we know how well Taako and Magnus sing? Hmm.)
I pulled colors from some Breath of the Wild screencaps! I’m unlikely to play it but golly is it a gorgeous game!