evening harold

being a femslash shipper: 

  • canon???? what is canon??????
  • making edits with a slightly out of focus or non-face showing girls kissing because your ship will never be canon 
  • blonde and brunette pairing could be from 7 different fandoms
  • knowing full well that if one or both of the girls were a man that your ship would be a hell of a lot more popular
  • people reblogging clearly romantic posts and adding how they’re not romantic
  • #friendship goals
  • being called “delusional”
  • even though it’s femslash there are still a lot of White Feminist™ shippers who ruin fandom and give your ship a bad reputation 
  • bury your gays trope
  • lesbians are bullet magnets
  • having ships that literally consist of two women that just happened to be in the same room as each other because you’re that desperate for content 
  • having to make your own content because there’s none
  • just gals being pals

Anyways wake me up when Dunkirk is nominated for all the Oscars and Harry shows up in a floral patterned tux and full cape or some shit


                                 and all I can do is just wait
                                    for you to come round
                                          and save me


He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.

Because I’ve been so excited about the recent Person of Interest season finale, I decided to revisit my older paintings of Reese and Finch - they are among, if not actually, my favorite portraits I’ve ever done, and deserved some touchup and refinement. This show has come so far and raises such interesting questions - it’s a privilege to paint these characters (and hopefully I’ll do more this year during the hiatus!)

You can buy prints and products of “He Who Fights Monsters” and “The Abyss Gazes Back” at my Society6 shop!

“We are the girls that can become anything we want in this world. And we will do it together.”

So far the main problem with Iron Fist is that the main character isn’t literally any of the other characters