her character and her fashion

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just some silly little serra portrait drawing things that nobody asked for nor did need i’ll crawl back in my basement now

anonymous asked:

You know of all the "Lena is a lesbian" posts I've ever seen, not once are her hands mentioned. She's a very fashion forward character and always has her make up done (those red lips are to die for!!!) but her fingernails are never polished nor does she have overly long fingernails. Call me old fashioned but isn't one of the biggest tells in lesbian culture the unmanicured short fingernails?? Just something I think about lol

Oh bless you my love! Fam, can we all drop everything and take a moment to appreciate Lena’s beautiful gay hands!?

Please refer to this post for the source and further thirsty appreciation.

#Amen

Originally posted by smellls-like-teen-spiritt

Louise Belcher is such a relatable character.
Also the best.  Louise Belcher is the best.
Which is also a relatable feeling.

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Just a quick character design for a dragon rider/tamer!! I love her,, So many..,

This was a doodle that I got attached to and colored so the lines are a bit messy and the proportions are a lil weird, but heck I’m v proud of her hair :v

Reblogs > Likes!

“For that scene to culminate in some kind of romantic moment between her and Jason 

undermines her character 

and feels a little old-fashioned 

and becomes a movie trope of the female lead there to support some kind of male arc” (x)

i feel like more writers should learn this

For that scene to culminate in some kind of romantic moment between her and Jason undermines her character and feels a little old-fashioned and becomes a movie trope of the female lead there to support some kind of male arc,” he explained. “I think it was actually kind of lovely that the audience pushed so hard against that, and the moment we took it out, everybody liked Kimberly way more and felt she was much stronger, and I loved that we got that reaction.” He added, “I loved that we did it, because my intention was never to have a female character try and be there for the male’s arc. It was always that she needed to stand independent of him.
—  Director Dean Israelite on why they cut the kiss scene from the “Power Rangers” movie.

This woman tho. important person in resistance. looking amazing. damn.

Favourite Disney character ever.