@glass-hearts-art invited people to color her absolutely gorgeous line art, so I decided to do so. I loved how she drew the swirls of Aradia’s hair. I’m not sure that I did it justice, but it was a lot of fun to color.
I’m not trying to project any persona. Often people don’t know where to put me. I don’t fit comfortably under banners, and that’s fine. I’m not worried about not making sense to people. That’s probably my best asset.
taylor REALLY makes me wanna put on thigh high boots and dark lipstick and strut around confronting everyone who’s ever wronged me and look people dead in the eye and take what I deserve and not let anyone put me down
Today was one of the most unexpected and crucial days for John Murphy’s character development in all of The 100
John Murphy- who has been beaten, outcasted and left for dead by his own people, who once only knew how to survive for himself first and foremost, who was once near suicide when he realized he had no one left, who once thought he was worthless and unlovable, who shut out the world that was always cruel to him- just admitted that he loved someone
He just did that
John Murphy has found a reason to live, a purpose to his survival, someone to share life’s pain with and make it all bearable. He found someone that he’s willing to protect at any cost- and when her life is threatened, he’ll make it known
John Murphy is screaming to the world that he’s in love with Emori, and that he’s more proud of her than he ever could be in himself.
From a selfish, murdering psychopath to a selfless man in love.
This moment was so brief and rather pushed aside next to everything else that happened tonight, but this one line was so beyond important that I refuse to let it be lost in translation. I can’t wait for the day they are truly able to say “I love you” face to face. I cannot wait
Here’s the thing, I bet Julie is sitting around thinking that what she’s doing with season 4 is so groundbreaking because hey I made the Muslim girl the main. But it’s like this season the writing has been a mess, there’s no one plot and sana hasn’t even been the focus of her own damn season.
If Julie truly wanted us to see her “groundbreaking” writing she should’ve spent less time messing around and more time actually creating a story that combined sana’s religion, the society she lives in, while focusing on how finds a balance between the two.