We got some unexpected insight into Hohenheim (literally) that made him even more awesome, a truly unsettling change for Father, and then… Wrath, Greedling, and Fu being badasses, with Buccaneer outshining them all.
Oh and also Mrs. Bradley was in there somewhere, but who cares about her? (I do)
Y’know, I’m running out of ways to express how much I love this show, and how much I love this whole finale arc.
What, did you want me to say something more? Well, I guess I can say that in this arc, there’s not a whole lot to analyze. The characters are all known quantities, the background lore has run dry, the mechanics of alchemy and homunculi are well known. I’m very much forced to react to things, instead of picking things apart and analyzing things as I like to do. It all leaves me feeling unsatisfied with the quality of my liveblog in recent days…
But I suppose it can’t be helped.
I rate episode 56 a 9/10, and I’ll catch you with more FMA:B tomorrow!
Well, looks like everything is mostly sorted out. I’m probably still missing some CC, but that’s no big deal. My one big snag, other than the usual updating content garbage, was that reshade+sweetfx 2.0 decided to crash my game on startup. So I grabbed reshade 3.whatever and this preset from Remus Sirion and went to town. This preset is really nice, and honestly reminds me a whole lot of the sweetfx preset I made a while back, so that’s awesome! I only edited it a bit, I had to take out the depth of field sadly as that always makes my headaches flare up, and I added a slight vignette effect because… well, that’s just what I do. (The vignette effect in the photo up there is photoshop, the one in game is far more subtle.)
ALSO, all of you should go check out @remussims anyway because he makes some of the most awesome makeup ever.
So I’m at Momocon and I just want to thank the nice person that was drawing with me and my friend- she came up and just put a heart on it just as she was finished drawing her OC (which looked fantastic- she’s 305 awesome person) and it made my day.
170428 SUNGJAE INSTALIVE W/ PENIEL CUT (TRANS OF VIDEO BELOW)
sungjae trying to teach peniel japanese but instead gets a lesson on the importance of pronunciation:
SJ: is there an english equivalent for “i’ll eat well”? PN: … i don’t think so SJ: right? … k pass, pass PN: *thinking*…… oh, it’s “dig in, dig in” SJ: *pronounces it as diK in* PN: …you have to pronounce it properly *dying* SJ: huh? *laughs* you know dik in? …why are you laughing man?? *clueless* PN: *can’t stop laughing* (SJ: why’re you laughing??) ….diG. in. SJ: ……………*finally gets it* HAHAHA PN: you have to say “dig” properly! SJ: diG in! dig. in. is that right? PN: yeah SJ: you know diK in– (PN: *dying again*) you know dIG in in japanese?
My Morrigan cosplay as seen at Fan Expo in Dallas this spring. Captured by Firebird Images on Facebook! As always, everything made and modeled by me. <3 Check out my other cosplay and Let’s Plays: facebook.com/emalynde
Anonymous said to buckykingofmemes: Ok but talking about salsa and swing I gotta ask if Steve’s done any dance sketches, it is in my contract as a social dance nerd
steve actually has a ton of dance sketches. he used to come with me when i wanted to go dancing and use it as life drawing practice. said it helped him get the unusual poses better.
anyway, this sketch is a really old one, from back before the war. that lovely lady im dancing with is my baby sister becca. becca and i used to do swing competitions together, and we were an unstoppable team, since we’d been dancing together since before she could walk. we danced with other people a lot, but when it came to competitions becca and i were pure magic. i was a pretty big guy and she was always tiny, so i could whip her through steps and lifts like lightning. and she always trusted me to catch her, since id been tossing her in the air for as long as she could remember, and never once let her drop. the two of us would invent lifts nobody else in brooklyn would dare to try.
sometimes we roped stevie into helping, because he wasnt much bigger than becca, and we didnt have mirrors to practice with. so if we wanted to see how a move looked, we’d teach stevie becca’s lift and she’d watch and figure out what needed changing. steve had no rhythm at all, but he was usually game for the lifts. later, in the star spangled show, they tried to make use of some of those, but he still didnt have the steps down, so it never worked out.
after i got drafted, becca kept dancing. by the time she was thirty, she held the title of brooklyns longest-running swing queen, with fifteen consecutive wins.
Some white idiot:
But Danny Rand has to be white! The whole point is that he feels like an outsider in both New York and back in K'un Lun, and he doesn't really fit into either culture. And he's got a huge destiny to live up to, but he doesn't feel like he can do it!
Ok, dude, have you ever actually met an Asian American before?