↳ Following the death of his grandfather, Thorin Oakenshield is set to take over as head of the company, or so he thought. Smaug, a multi-millionaire from the north, has brought the company to ruin in his abscence, and taken its riches. With the help of his companions, he sets off to take back the company, but Smaug is not the only one standing in his way.
Slowbro evolutions of my Slowpoke variations from a while back
It has been noted in a recent study that patterned variations of Slowpokes secrete different fluid from their tails. These divergent tail secretions each attract a specific seapokemon to create varying symbiotic evolutions of Slowbro.
Most peculiar is the Sunnyside variant’s attraction of Corsola, which merges completely with the Sunnyside’s tail, growing outcrops of new coral formations from within the variant’s body.
Starting a portrait series for A Song of Ice and Fire; I like the show fine but many faces aren’t what imagined when I read the books. Going to combine some of Game of Thrones’ costuming (one of the best things they do) with my own ideas and dreamcasts!!
WIP of Cersei, from my Instagram where I’ll be posting progress! (ASOIAF fans feel free to leave comments there of your own fancasts, anything you felt was missing from the show, character you especially want to see or have a vision for, etc.!!)
“As I was feeding squirrels in the park, I noticed a small
one that didn’t seem to trust me. While the others came close enough to
eat out of my hand, he kept his distance. I threw a peanut his way. He
edged up, grabbed it nervously, and ran off. Next time he must have felt
less afraid, because he came a little closer. The safer he felt, the
more he trusted me. Finally he sat right at my feet, as bold as any
squirrel clamoring for the next peanut.
Trust is like that—it always seems to come down to
trusting in yourself. Others can’t overcome fear for you; you have to do
it on your own. It’s hard, because fear and doubt hold on tight. We are
afraid of being rejected, of being hurt once more. So we keep a safe
distance. We think separating ourselves from others will protect us, but
that doesn’t work, either. It leaves us feeling alone and unloved.
Trusting yourself begins by recognizing that it’s okay to
be afraid. Having fear is not the problem, because everyone feels
anxious and insecure sometimes. The problem is not being honest enough
to admit your fear. Whenever I accept my own doubt and insecurity, I’m
more open to other people. The deeper I go into myself, the stronger I
become, because I realize that my real self is much bigger than any
In accepting yourself completely, trust becomes complete. There is
no longer any separation between people, because there is no longer any
separation inside. In the space where fear used to live, love is
allowed to grow.”