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Adrinette Month Day 2: Rainy Day

If you would ask these two whether or not they’re on a date, pretty sure you wouldn’t get a straight answer. Adrien would change the subject, and Marinette would blather on with something about hamsters?

This was actually not supposed to be fanart, but since I am osomatsu san trash to the finest, I gave up and drew Totty… ; u ; 

Edit: changed his hair a little

Happy New Years!!

desperate to produce some art, I tried to digitally color a iphone photo of a doodle of pel. I’m hoping to take my comp to get it repaired tomorrow, and I’m going to draw so much when I get it fixed


My computer finally got fixed! Anyway, I don’t exactly have a comic for you guys so have a bunch of baby expressions! There’ll be a continuation for the comic soon enough. You know the one. 

On a side note, thank you for providing your opinions on whether or not I should continue using the designs of the original cast as the tots. I suppose it would still be a bit too soon to change anything so I’ll probably be keeping the designs the same for now! 

Wayne Brady may be in joining the cast of Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s über sold-out musical Hamilton, but that doesn’t mean his friends can expect free tickets.

The 44-year-old actor — who begins performances as Aaron Burr (sir) in the Chicago cast of the historical hip-hopera on Tuesday — recorded told TMZ that he’s not the one to come to for handouts.

“I don’t get no damn comps,” he said in the clip. “Specifically, let me repeat that now: I don’t get no damn comps. Either you have to be related to me by blood or we’re sleeping together, and then you will get a free ticket.”


Brady, an Emmy winner for his work on the improv hit Whose Line Is It Anyway?, is scheduled for a three-month run in Chicago’s Hamilton — which opened Setember 27 at the PrivateBank Theatre. His last performance is set through April 9.

“I have been ready for this role since I saw Leslie [Odom Jr.] do it when it first opened,” he told TMZ. “I’ve wanted to do this so, so badly.”

His 13-year-old daughter, Maile Masako Brady, has also wanted her father to do Hamilton so, so badly. A Hamilton-superfan, Brady recounted how she jumped out of bed screaming “Oh God — we’re going to Chicago! We’re going to Chicago!” when she learned the news.

“That was our Christmas present,” Brady joked.

the office is closed today because we run on the schedule of when the courts are closed, we’re closed. courts are closed for Lincoln’s birthday, so we have a floating holiday. at first i was just going to take the day off. but i decided to come in, get the comp day, and get some work done. it feels good to be in this big empty office space. it feels good to have a much needed office day to get ahead of my cases. it feels good to walk around without a suit, without my shoes on and listen to some good music while i handle these motions and contact clients

it feels good to have a self care day hidden in a work day.