Irrespective of the content of the article, I’ve got to hand it to his team, if yesterday and today are anything to go by, they are doing a pretty good job for my son. Credit where credit’s due.


To give credit where credit is due, ‘World Enough And Time’ was phenomenal on design and plot story. Please watch Christel Dee and Brian Minchin discuss the production and the different elements involved. I’m very grateful for Brian Minchin and his service to Doctor Who. It is such a special thing to see how far he and Steven Moffat brought this show. Support DW: The Fan Show by watching this. It is quite fun anyway! 

P.S. They mention ‘Twissy’. Some of the artwork we’ve been seeing on Tumblr has been featured on this show. Thank you for choosing them, Luke!

anonymous asked:

What do they think about art thiefs? Did any of them have their or others art stolen?

Kirby: Stealing is wrong. So art thievery is wrong. (Does not actually realize what art thievery is. Erroneously assumes we’re talking about paintings in museums.)

Meta Knight: Why would you do that? Give credit where credit is due! Stealing art is terrible and keeps the artist from getting well-deserved attention and commissions. 

King Dedede: Doesn’t understand all the complexities and ways that people steal art, but agrees it’s bad.

Bandanna Dee: Stealing is wrong. Feels bad for his friends that have to deal with this.

Adeleine: Can’t stand art thieves. She works very hard on her paintings! Has had numerous works lifted and is increasingly frustrated with having to police everyone stealing her art; fortunately, her fans are pretty good at catching it for her.

Yin-Yarn: Most people don’t really lift textiles, so he’s not had too many brushes with art thieves. Still threatens to leave them…in stitches. Dislikes them, though, on principle. He may have tried to conquer Patch Land on a whim, but even he has standards.

Drawcia: People who still her art have a tendency to turn into paintings. Weird, huh? If people would just stop posting her artwork in their YouTube videos.

Claycia: Applies a billion watermarks to everything she posts. Take that, art thieves. TRY REMOVING THAT WATERMARK!

Elline: Follows Claycia’s advice and watermarks her stuff. Immensely dislikes art thieves, but doesn’t agree with Dark Crafter’s method of draining them of color or Drawcia’s of turning them into paintings. She’s too nice for that.

More “If Kirby Characters Had YouTube Internet”


|  This One Miraculous Moment |  Theory | 

“This happiness… Please let it last from now and into the future.”

After Yuuki reveals to Zero her feelings, and their issues finally get resolved, their relationship starts to head in the right direction. After a beautiful wedding, the happily married couple head into their future, together, as it should be. 

Before long, Yuuki finds herself pregnant. Zero has been preoccupied with work and when he finds out he’s overjoyed. However, the happy news takes a turn for the worst when Yuki miscarries. Yuki starts to blame herself and Zero comforts and assuages her worries, telling her that when they’re ready they can try again. 

Zero and Yuuki preoccupy themselves with work and Ai grows impatient, not fully understanding the hardship Zeki has dealt with already through the miscarriage. Eventually, Zeki becomes pregnant again.  And again.  But each time results in a miscarriage and they are unable to understand why. 

So desperate for those answers, they turn to their friend, Aidou, who is obviously knowledgeable on biology since he is making the cure for vampirism.  With his help, they discover that each time Yuki is pregnant, the children are twins and consume each other in the womb. They suffer from the infamous twin curse that results in hunters only having one child amongst twins because the strongest twin eats its other half. Worse, the combination of pureblood and hunter genes seems to aggravate the condition and Zero continuously impregnates Yuki with twins as a result of his genetics. 

With this knowledge in mind, it takes a toll on Zeki as they start believing their relationship is cursed in more than one way against all odds. Ai harasses Zeki any time she gets to drop hints to her dissatisfaction at not having a sibling. Zeki attempt to evade her interrogation, which leads her to believe something is wrong and eventually she figures out from Aidou that they’re incapable of having children. 

Devastation hits Zeki, as both individually guilt and shame themselves into believing they’re not right for each other as they can’t produce a family. However, in light of their bleak turmoil, they don’t give up the fight because it would be like giving up on one another, so with another hopeful try, Yuki finds herself pregnant this time with only one child. This proves to be the secret to successfully carrying a child to term, and Ren is born; their miracle son who was born against all odds. 

Thus they have this miraculous moment that they share together, knowing they finally made a family together, despite all the pain and loss they suffered to get to this one moment. Ren is not only the joy of their lives but also symbolizes their difficult relationship, proving that two people, no matter how much hardship they face, can overcome any odds as long as they don’t give up on one another.

are you a shrek wlw or a bee movie wlw ?


this week’s spread is brought to you by my love of totoro, and yoi as well as my inability to draw/colour with mildliners (*´ω`*) it was very heavily inspired by the original drawing, but I can’t seem to find it so please link it to me if you do find it, so I give credit where credit is due ! ! !   This week has been busy, I hope I’m not coming down with anything. ( 0 4 / 0 2 / 2 0 1 7 )

Edit: i just looked closely and realized I had written the credit to minatu, so it must be them! OTL


I honestly think too much about about this quote. Mostly void, partially stars. It makes me wonder whether or not those small specks of light scattered sparsely about the vast infinity of the of the void make of up for the miles and miles of lonely and empty expanse. Will the brightness of this one star last you long enough until the next? Or will it fizzle out leaving you wading through the darkness yet again hoping that you aren’t lost forever. Sometimes it seems so close, but you can’t even hold it in the palm of your hand when you stretch out. Other times it’s so far that you wonder if you’re ever going to make it. So much nothingness that it would seem foolish to go out and try to collect all those stars spread so far apart in such a short amount of time. But still, we try. Don’t we?