I’m good! I’ve been pretty bust for the past few days but I’m making it work! Looking forward to getting to relax and drawing more horses than I normally do
That draw was actually for a friend! go bat pride woo!
Warm brownies with some ice cream, cannot be beat
I have absolutely no idea how to make games, though it seems like something I would be interested in messing around with sometime. But the best advice I can give for doing anything creative is have fun! If I had a favourite genre it would probably be puzzle? But it’s super hit or miss for me so I’ll give a top 3 favourite games. FEZ, Hyper light Drifter, and Borderlands 2. Good luck on your course! I hope you learn a lot :)
Healthy Halloween - These Pumpkin Spice Brownies are tasty, yet nourishing (vegan safe)
Looks like this blog hit over 300 followers! Whoop whoop! Thank you to everyone who has taken an interest in this spookfest of a tumblr, I hope you’re hungry (you must be, scrolling is quite a tiresome task). I can’t wait to show you what posts are coming up next, but first, let me take a selfie- ahem, tell you how to make this scrumptious autumn treat. As promised, here is the celebratory recipe for all of you wonderful circus freaks…
3 cups chopped pumpkin
¼ cup banana (one small banana)
¼ cup rice milk (or regular milk)
¼ cup oil of choice
½ cup agave syrup, brown sugar or other sweetener
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
1 and ½ cup flower (whole wheat, preferably)
½ teaspoon salt
¾ teaspoon baking soda
a generous sprinkle of cinnamon
a small sprinkle of nutmeg
Step 1: Preheat oven at 350°F (or 180°C). Cook the chopped pumpkin in a pot at low heat with the rice milk. Occasionally test to see if it is soft. If so, use a vegetable masher, release the cackling witch within you and crush the pumpkin until it becomes a soup.
Step 2: Mix dry ingredients in a bowl. Use as much cinnamon as desired, but remember to be a little skimpy with the nutmeg, as the taste is significantly stronger.
Step 3: Mash banana and add to dry mixture along with the pumpkin and other remaining wet ingredients.
Step 4: Grease and flour a pan, then pour batter in.
Step 5: Bake until brown or for about 20 minutes.
Step 6: Remove from oven and let cool. For a little something even tastier, eat while warm.
The Allies + Canada and Axis + Romano and Prussia having fun on Halloween, since it's coming up! (with S/O if you want)
America/Alfred F. Jones: Alfred would be excited about Halloween, as it was one of his favorite holidays, and would want his partner to get a matching costume with him. He would also ask them to help him cause Arthur some trouble, wanting to freak him out before dragging you along with him to trick or treat as a couple. By the end of the night he would have a stomachache from consuming copious amount of candy, and would lie on your lap and whimper about it while you rubbed his stomach to make him feel better.
China/Wang Yao: Yao would want to go all out for Halloween, wanting to attend a party with you in matching costumes and make-up so that you could impress the others. He would do the make-up himself, going all out for both of you and being extremely proud of his work. At the party he would be sure to show off his amazing attention to detail, and would be pleased when the two of you won an award for greatest costumes at the party.
England/Arthur Kirkland: Arthur would want his significant other to help him in scaring Alfred, the yearly prank war being a huge even in both boy’s life. He would want you to give your best ideas, collaborating together with his to scare the American man into not leaving his house ever again. He would see it as a bonding activity and thank you, especially if you managed to get Alfred to cry.
France/Francis Bonnefoy: Francis would love to bake cute little treats with you on Halloween, creating pumpkin cookies, spider marshmallows, and bat brownies. He would you how to create the snacks he had done heavy research on the night before, holding a long list of recipes in front of you that he plans on making, with or without your help. You two would end up with endless amount of trays of desserts for the Halloween partying that was occurring later that night, finishing up the treats just before the party is supposed to start.
Russia/Ivan Braginsky: Ivan would cheerfully greet kids at the door with his scary costume, made by his elder sister, frowning as most children ran away in fear before he could give them their candy. He would spend most of the night frustrated, tempted to remove his costume so that he wouldn’t be stuck with copious amounts of candy; he’d end up meeting one young girl who complimented his outfit, showing no fear and ended up dumping the entire bowl of candy into her bag.
Germany/Ludwig Beilschmidt: Ludwig would take pumpkin-carving seriously, thinking about each design he’d like to carve before getting to work. He’d spend hours on end the nights leading up to Halloween decorating his house with the pumpkins he carved, having many left over as his ideas for them were overflowing.
Italy/Feliciano Vargas: Feliciano tries to wear a scary costume but ends up getting called cute all night, and pouts, telling you that he tried really hard to be scary for Halloween. You find it hard not to call him cute, especially with the pouty look on his face, but you pat his shoulder and tell him YOU think he’s spooky. It successfully cheers him up, and he bounds off to attempt to scare more people.
Japan/Kiku Honda: Kiku wouldn’t be able to get out of his costume, finding the intricate details he had created to be entrapping him within it. He would shuffle up to you nervously, head down as he asks you to help him, his cheeks burning red as your skin touches his. He murmurs his thanks before disappearing, not wanting you to see him in an indecent state.
Canada/Matthew Williams: Matthew would offer to bring out Peter, Arthur’s little brother, and all his friends for Halloween, promising to keep an eye on them as they trick or treated. He would invite you to join him, wanting to have a peaceful walk with you through the neighborhood as you appreciated the other kid’s costumes. You would both point out particular costumes that you liked and would have a secret contest with each other where you would choose who you personally thought had the best costume, finding the night to be fun with him as your company.
Prussia/Gilbert Beilschmidt: Gilbert would want you to participate in thought out Halloween pranks, wanting to let out his childish side when he knew there were others that could take the blame for them. He would jump out at some kids, sending them running home to their parents and taking the candy they had dropped; after a strict scolding from you, he would give the kids back their candy and go to the store to buy cheap candy instead. At the end of the night he’d pool together your winnings, and cheerfully stuff his face until his teeth rotted from his skull.
South Italy/Lovino Vargas: Lovino would want to go out on the town, not wanting to deal with pranksters around the house, and would pull you to watch a parade that was occurring in town. He would get a bit freaked out from how realistic some of the costumes appeared, but when you get home he appears excited, and you can tell that he truly enjoyed it. When you suggest to him that he try to star in it next year he grows embarrassed, wondering how he could go about being part of the Halloween parade next year.
Dean was pouring over the magazine at the table. Sam was sitting across from him eating some weird healthy breakfast shit. Dean was eating about a half-dozen eggs and a pack of bacon. “So, I can’t find any good male, two-person costumes.” He glowered at the page.
Looking up, Sam’s eyebrow scrunched up. “Isn’t that weird; I mean, who do you plan to wear it with?”
“Cas.” Dean licked his thumb and flipped the page.
Sam put the paper down. “Uh, okay, but people may get the wrong idea if you go to a party in a paired costume.” He quirked an eyebrow in skepticism.
Dean glared at him. “Why is-” His alarm went off. “Shit, I’m going to be late for Econ.” He grabbed up his jacket and bag in one hand and picked up his paper plate and fork with the other.
Going back to the paper, Sam called out. “I’m sure you’ll figure it out.” He laughed lightly.