Anyway, so I’m working on a set of Shape of Water drawings inspired by Hammock’s 2010 album Chasing After Shadows…Living With The Ghosts. I’m gonna attempt to make a drawing for each song. These are two of them. The one to the right is inspired by track 9, ‘Dust Is The Devil’s Snow’, and the one to the left, of Elisa looking into the tank she first encounters the fishman in (I’m assuming), is inspired by track 3, 'Little Fly/Mouchette’.
SPIDERPHIL!!! i LOVED Spiderman: Homecoming so much that i decided to do a crossover with @amazingphil as Peter/Spiderman (ofc wearing his famous science pun shirts which made a science nerd like me cry lmao) and @danielhowell as Michelle her character is so gr8 btw i love her which suits Dan very well i think!!
I’m seeing comments and posts about Tom Holland’s Spider-Man being too weak and unreliable, but that’s the whole point of Homecoming? Peter is new to the whole superhero business but y’all expect this fifteen year old to be a full fledged Avenger in his first movie? I loved seeing him run into fences, watching him make a fool of himself, and crying for help because he’s a dumb kid and that’s what they do. They
are naive and immature and they make stupid mistakes. He’s still learning and we really get to see how vulnerable and weak this Spidey is. Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t as epic and heroic as the previous Spidey films but that’s why it works so well. We get to really see a grounded and unskilled Peter Parker grow and I’m so excited to see him become the greatest hero in the MCU.
I don’t care how bad the movie could be, I’m gonna support power rangers as much as I can because it’s super diverse with 4 out of 5 rangers being poc, and now it seems like one of them is an lgbt character so if you want more diversity in movies you should support this one
“Regarded as the world authority on magical creatures, Newt Scamander is the author of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which has been an approved textbook at Hogwarts since its publication in 1927 and can be found in most wizarding households.”