although it's not much

I think one detail that makes Yuuri’s embarrassment over his Viktor posters even funnier

is that Viktor keeps a framed picture of himself

in his room

but wait

that picture 

looks familiar 

I’m not saying that Viktor found Yuuri’s poster collection but it is entirely possible that Viktor found Yuuri’s poster collection

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-she would actually be shy when she asked you out the first time, because she’s never asked out a girl before and unlike boys (whom she can always just assume are attracted to her) you were a wild card

first date

-your first date was hella extravagant because this girl is old money

-her bringing you a rose on your first date and shyly giving it to you

-her being oddly quiet for most of the first date until you grab her hand over the table and tell her ‘Cheryl, i agreed to go on a date with you. dont hide yourself. its okay, im not going to judge you or leave or do anything like that.’

-from that moment on she would be herself, knowing you accepted her

relationship

-her accepting you completely

-her being very proud that you are dating

-holding hands

-her sitting next to you in every class because no one would dare take her spot next to you

-sweet kisses on the cheek

-she loves doing that thing where she grabs your face, scrunches it up and plants a giant kiss on your cheek

-her lipstick is too high class to leave marks so she actually buys the shitty kind just so she can leave red lip stick marks on you

-getting matching princess rings

-her family learning to accept you because you’re actually super great and even they cant find flaws in you

-unfortunately, Cheryl is a jealous type, but that just means you get to have extra PDA when people she doesn’t like are around

-24/7 cuddles

-playing/braiding/doing her hair

-her doing your makeup

-face masks and movie nights together

-having long baths together in her huge tub

-matching kimonos that slightly cover your gorgeous lingerie you two wear whenever you’re alone.

-her fingers gliding over your skin teasingly

-rough kisses where she pulls at your hair

-her practicing dancing in front of you which usually becomes a strip tease because this is Cheryl we’re talking about

-people catching you wearing some of her clothing the day after you sleep over at her place

-spa days where you paint each others nails

-sneaking around her huge house after her parents are asleep

-re-enacting Romeo and Juliet outside her window that one time she got mad at you and her forgiving you instantly

-watching old movies and coming up with witty comebacks she can say to people who annoy her

-every month you celebrate your anniversary and she gets you some extravagant present, although she would never tell you how much something costs (but its a lot)

-cuddling while you read together

-she loves taking pictures of you to put on her instagram (all color coordinated and aesthetically pleasing of course)

-long hugs

-sweet kisses

-little surprise presents in your locker or on your notebook in class

-unconditional, unwavering, unapologetic love.

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Atlantis: The Lost Empire- Kida

Part of a series of adventurous but critically claimed “near misses” from Disney’s late 90′s and early 2000′s run, Atlantis is still a beloved movie that claims and exceptional cast and some of the best CGI and hand animation fusions that would later fuel the stylings of modern cartoons and Disney’s Tangled and Frozen.  The story follows a series of adventurers into the lost city of Atlantis, deep beneath the ocean. They find that the city is still alive, if not thriving, and work to bring it above the waves once again and returned to its former glory. Kida is the princess of Atlantis, although she eventually becomes its queen. The film is also notable for having much of its production art done by comic artist Mike Mignola. 

The Tunnels

(Based on something that actually exists at my old school.)

The Tunnels (1/?)

The Tunnels were built back during the height of the Cold War. They wound beneath a good portion of campus and the football field. Most of the entrances had been blocked off, due to “safety concerns”. The majority of students assumed that meant the Tunnels were not kept up and in danger of collapse.

But Cor had iron in both ears (to keep the whispers from overwhelming), and on her fingers (to keep her writing her own), and a small stud through her tongue (to allow her to speak the truth). Going into journalism, she always knew how perilous it could be. She simply assumed it would get bad once she went overseas to war zones, not while she worked on her major. (Nothing can prepare you for Them trying to distort your stories.)

She considered Them to be the greatest of contradictions. They had to live in truths, lies were against Their very nature, and They reveled in forcing humans to live by the same, and yet They hated that requirement of Their existence. They would twist and turn words, use them like weapons or spiderwebs, keep them just this side of truth while being utter falsehoods, everything the wrong way round. And the journalism majors… well, They would prefer the “speakers of truth” told it from a bent perspective.

That was not to say that Cor, or any of those who shared her major, were able to write completely unbiased. But Cor tried.

(It was why she had picked her second name. Cordelia, daughter of King Lear. When the king had been intent on dividing his kingdom, he had asked his daughters to prove who loved him best. Her sisters had flattered and lied and exaggerated, while Cordelia had spoken only the simple truth: “I love your majesty according to my bond; nor more nor less… You have begot me, bred me, loved me: I return those duties back as are right fit, obey you, love you, and most honor you.” If Cor had remembered the consequences of that, instead of merely taking pride in the princess’ honesty, perhaps things would have been different. Then again, perhaps not.)

And the Tunnels were fascinating.

The truth (because it is important) is that she did not plan to go. (You may not know exactly what there is Underhill, but you can guess. The quiet stories about the chemistry department stealing back a professor give everyone who hears them goosebumps. You do not go Underhill without a clear purpose, or at all if possible.)

It was another member of the department. A freshman (Isn’t it always?) who had heard enough about the Tunnels to be curious, but not to be cautious. He was 18 years of age, and he went by the name Youngest. (The last kid in his family, he explained once. What Cor would find out later was that that also made him the fifth son of a fifth son, stretching back five generations. If she’d known then, she would have refused to go. He may have been born for quests and breaking curses, but she wasn’t.)

He had been trying to study up on the history of the Tunnels and found the records in the campus library archives lacking. The Tunnels had been mentioned in the university paper when they were being voted on, and when they announced the construction start date.  There were no blueprints and no financial records. There were no minutes from the council meeting that decided to go forward with the building plans. There was no list of provisions to be kept in the tunnels, nor even a list of where to enter them.

And Youngest wouldn’t accept that. Cor wasn’t the first to try to talk him out of his obsession. (It didn’t help that he was a low-key conspiracy theorist. And not in a useful, fairy tales and old stories way. No, he was all about secret government bunkers and drugs in the water supply and money being stolen from institutions like Elsewhere U for illegal testing facilities.) He refused to listen. He started asking indelicate questions of the librarians and the campus administration, and he apparently had enough luck on his side to keep him from asking just the wrong person.

In the end, the big break came from a boy he was dating, a theatre major. Prior had been drunk, the two had gone back to Youngest’s room for the night, planning to fall into bed after a party and sleep off the booze. Youngest had brought it up, and Prior muttered something about an entrance in one of the costume closets at the main theatre on campus. When he woke up the next morning and realized what he’d said, he tried to take it back, to convince Youngest that he had been drunk and didn’t know what he was saying.

Youngest didn’t listen.

Youngest grabbed his phone for video and audio, and a pen and notepad in case something happened to his phone, and a flashlight and a bottle of water. He kissed Prior, was effusive in his thanks, and then walked away.

Prior panicked and called Cor.

And Cor, she was so damn tempted to let the stupid, oblivious moron just go. Unfortunately, her conscience was apparently stronger than her sense of self preservation.

She caught Youngest as he was putting aside a pair of bolt cutters he’d grabbed from a props room, and yanking off the old iron padlock holding the small door shut. He pushed open the entrance as she grabbed his arm to yank him back, and in a rush they were both somewhere new.

Cor quickly stood and checked her fanny pack. (It looked stupid. Cor didn’t care.) Creamer cups and seeds and campus-made oat bars soaked and crystalized in honey were held in a plastic ziplock baggie. Her little velvet drawbag of possibilities was net to it. Cor had collected the bits and bobs while scouring thrift shops and yard sales for unused baby shoes and abandoned love letters and half-finished quilts. (She cut them into small pieces, recognizing potential power, and kept them close.) Packets of salt and ground vervain tucked in another pocket. Then she shook her leg and heard the little jingle of her anklet. (It was silver, with four tiny shards of crystal, and it had been a gift to Cor’s great great great grandmother from her sister. It was a promise, a last resort, a nuclear button. Cor didn’t want to use it, because she knew the consequence. But if there was no other way…)

Then she took in the tunnel. It was dark before and dark behind, roughly hewn, strange shaped rocks pressed into dirt made up the surface, with two torches lit and glowing brightly on the wall to either side of them. If there had been a door, it wasn’t there anymore.

And when Youngest finally pulled himself upright, staring around in disbelief, Cor gave up being nice and smacked him on the back of the head. “Why do freshmen never listen?

1/?

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Mention of the chemistry department revolt is borrowed from “Feathers” by runwildwithme on tumblr. It was just too good a noodle incident to pass up on referencing. ((Additionally, I don’t have a tumblr, but if anyone wants to follow this story for updates, I’m planning to post it on ao3. Author name is TornThorn.))


I love Cor (And if you want to send me a link to the A03 story I’ll post it!)

One note - the Chemistry Department revolt actually comes from this earlier ask from dragon-saint! It gives a bit more detail, although still not much.

Aqua Form - Juvia Lockser - fanart. I thought I’d try giving the effect she’s using Water Body and make her fingers and edges of her hair watery (?). I tried. I really did. However. I’m really proud of the lighting work on this..I wanted it to be very detailed and yeah I don’t think I did too bad :3

And sorry I haven’t posted in art in a while, it’s just been very hectic with school T T

Made by jiyu-koya. Please do not repost, do not remove source.

my-so-called-trash-blog  asked:

i want to see/know more about your OCs!! if you have time, could i request #28 for Venn? i love his hair & grouchy expression 😍😍😍

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Reign Meme: [1/8] costumes 

Monsieur Le Dauphin François II de France in “Pilot”

@metvmorqhoses

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966) » Tuco

You never had a rope around your neck. Well, I’m going to tell you something. When that rope starts to pull tight, you can feel the devil bite your ass.

Top 11 Romanian Easter Traditions

Romanians’s easter holiday follows the Orthodox calendar, which is usually different from the date when other Christian churches celebrate. Although in western coutnries, Easter seems to have lost much of its importance, Easter is viewed as important as Christmas in Romania. Families gather together, eat special foods and they go to church.  There are also many other important traditions that are held. In this article, I have comprised 11 Romanian Easter Traditions.

1.Attending the church mass in the middle of the night. At around 11 o’clock at night people go to church where they attend the Easter mass.   The traffic will stop around churches and people will put their baskets at the side of the road, waiting for the priest to come and bless their food.

2. At the church they will share light, which means they will light candles from the church.  The light symbolises the rise of Christ. This candle will be brought at home.

3. Lamb. Romanians do not usually eat lamb, however on Easter everyone has lamb dishes prepared specially for this religious celebration. The lamb will also be taken to church to be blessed.

4. Taking a basket with food and drink to church.  On Easter night, people will take their baskets with food- lamb, cakes, wine and candles to church. These will be blessed by the priest.

5. When arriving home the person who brings the Holy Light will have to make a cross using the candle smoke on the beam. This will protect the house from bad energy.

6. “Pasca” is a special bread that is eaten only on Easter. It is made from the highest wheat quality and it has a cross in the middle.

7. In Transylvania boys and young men visit unmarried girls and sprinkle them with perfume. This habbit was borrowed from Hungarians and Austrians. The sprinkling of perfume used to be done in noble families at the end of XIX century. The tradition says that women are perfumed so they will smell like flowers all year long and they will bear beautiful children.

In some areas, boys say little poems and then they ask for permission to sprinkle girls with perfume. In the countryside girls and women used to be properly showered with buckets of water.

8. Egg dyeing. All Romanians colour their eggs using either natural dyes ( made from onion peels) or using store bought dyes. Some are more creative and decorate them using  herb leaves.

9. Egg tapping. Guests will strike red dyed eggs against one with the head of the household and they will say “Christ has risen!”. The person who manages to win and keep their egg uncracked will have the longest life.

10. In Sibiu on Easter night trees are decorated with red eggs.

11.In Banat area children wash their face with a special water in which a red egg has been kept overnight.

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1/144th scale Southern Gothic Mansion. Painted, built, wallpapered, and landscaped by me! Furniture will be added later down the road but this was so fun to make!
I added a waterfall into the pond, although its hard to tell and there isn’t much detail because its so small. And as I learned with my first pond, I double lined the rocks with white glue to create a string barrier to keep my resin from accidentally overflowing and ruining the grass around it. It worked perfectly and I think I have this down now!
The colors of this house were inspired by a southern mansion I found on the web, but I tweaked them a bit to work better for this house and scale.