he thinks he a human!

anonymous asked:

How do you think L, Mello, Matt, and Near would react to having an s/o that was an artist? One that almost always has dry paint or marker on their hands, falls asleep in their studio all the time, and draws them a lot?

L: Can we just-
He would be so entranced by your work, and his whole office would be covered in it (no matter where it was) As for your artistic behaviors, he would think you were the cutest human being evER-

Mello: He would totally brag to all of his friends (and coworkers) about you and how talented you are. When you were covered in pastels or paint, he would chuckle before helping you clean up.

Matt: He’s your #1 fan, sometimes stopping his work to just watch you paint for a few minutes. It was a soothing thing for him. He would find your colorful hands and clothes cute, and maybe even “accidentally” get some on one of his shirts.

Near: This boy-
Like L, he would be so obsessed with your art. Instead of playing, some days he would just sit next to you and watch, careful not to stain his white pajamas. He talks about you constantly, bragging to anyone who listens. He makes you wash at least your hands when you’re finished thought, just to be safe.

Hope this is ok!- Lila

kris-katz  asked:

I loved how you analized Sangwoo! it was just so, well done? lol I don't understand how people hate Sangwoo (I mean obviously bc he is a murderer, ok I get it), BUT I think the main reason why he is so hated by the fandom is bc he is actually a VERY WELL WRITTEN CHARACTER!? Koogi knows how to portray him as a pscychopath/sociopath that can even hurt us emotionally and have his own haters club, tho he's not even real, and that amazes me. That's why I really like/love Sangwoo as a character :)

I’m glad you liked it 😍 thanks.
Well said 👏 Koogi is amazing. Both as a writer and as an artist.
Tbh I’ve always liked and preferred villains (they’re more interesting). But also I think what people usually overlook when they see a ‘bad guy’ is that no matter how messed up he is, he’s human. People think ‘wow this guy is a monster. I hate him. He needs to die! Jail! Take him to jail!’ but what I think when I look at a villain is ‘What happened to you?’. You know they say villains are broken heroes and there’s a story behind that broken person. I’m always more interested in that story and what made that person what he is rather than focusing on hating him for what he does.
So, yeah I agree. I love Sangwoo, I really feel bad about what happened to him and as for the story I’m actually rooting for him to get away with everything he did because that’s more interesting. It’s fiction, sue me!


Look at how fast David Tennant throws himself down those stairs.

This is from the Doctor Who Confidential episode “Stage Fright” (which accompanied The Shakespeare Code)

You can see that the three of them (the Doctor, Martha, and Shakespeare) start together at the top of the stairs.  David runs down at breakneck speed - taking the steps at least two at a time - leaving Martha and Shakespeare far behind (Freema and Dean are running more like normal people - being careful to not to kill themselves on the old and probably rather uneven steps).  

I don’t think he can even stand up straight on those stairs - he’s crouching down because the ceiling/covering is too low for him.  He somehow even manages to make it look graceful.  Amazing!


mistrel-fox created an awesome crossover with gf and fma, also did these amazing drawings. Oh man the ideas are so great.

With the twins losing both of their limbs, I imagined GrunkleStan being the suit of armor and well….. I got waaay too deep into this.


and it’s all your fault MISTREL


I can’t help but marvel at how both Mana and Cross shaped Allen’s personality.

At first Allen was simply Red, a boy with no relations who didn’t belong to anyone and no one belonged to him. He was harsh, foul-mouthed and did his best to survive in his cruel environment.

Then came Mana who taught Allen many important things. Be patient. Talk politely. Act kind. Feel compassion for others. Forgive. He taught Allen to love others.

When Allen lost Mana, his only source of happiness Allen took these teaches to the extreme, he was always ready to sacrifice himself for other’s happiness, “love others” spiraled to martyrdom.

But then Cross took him as his Apprentice. He was nowhere near as gentle as Mana but he gave Allen important lessons too in his roundabout way. Stand up for yourself. Strike back when someone wants to take something from you. Fight for what you believe in. He taught Allen to love himself.

Hopefully Allen will take Cross’s teachings to his heart too and reach a balance where he can love himself as others so he can save himself.


“S- I would rather share one lifetime with you, than face all the ages of this world alone. I choose a mortal life. 

N- You cannot give me this. 

S- It is mine to give to whom I will. Like my heart… “

-Lord of the Rings

To my dear @moonsuke ^-^

on earth c valentines day is a holiday inspired by rosemary’s legendary love/dedication and y'all can’t convince me otherwise


Billdip Week Day Two: Haunted House

So I did one of those ‘draw the squad’ challenges. This also gave me a chance to explore my smol Bill headcanons. Heh.