Feyre: Tamlin, I need to get out of the house and help dealing with my problems and I want to be useful and please hold my hair back while I get sick and acknowledge the fact that I am having nightmares and also btw I hate this wedding dress and Ianthe is weirding me out and-
Tamlin: Empathy machine broke
Feyre: Rhys, I need-
Rhys: Here, have it all, please tell me what you need, here, have my soul and whoops is that too much and please if you need anything else Mor will be right here, but not too close if you don’t want and also lol don’t go talk to the Suriel for a while ok
This has been an interesting chapter that I liked very much by its details, but it has annoyed me a little the idiotness that can be my Sanji. Anyway, Sanji is Sanji and we are not going to change him at this point …
Although, my initial reaction to reading the chapter has been this:
Then… There are a few things I want to talk about with you:
1) The Cover is the most cute thing I’ve seen in months. If you want to find the members of the crew in the kittens you will spend some fun: I have found Luffy, Zoro, Brook, Robin and Sanji.
2) I love the art of the Sweet Commanders. They are amazing! (And Katakuri is HOT!)
3) I am so curious about Mother Caramel. In fact I didn’t think we’d see his face until later. We don’t know who that lady is, and I do not think she looks like Dadan.
The cigarrette is a clue? The Mother…?
Dadan was a Mother for Ace, Luffy and Sabo and all her crew… And BM, call her THE MOTHER? Ummmmm…. Interesting.
4) I have the feeling that when the crap plan to destroy the wedding fails, the little gift of Gyojin Island, will explode Big Mom in the nose. (And I’m very curious to know what’s inside …)
5) When I have seen Cesar with this attitude…
… This song has come to my head and I can not take it from!!:
6) Cuteness everywhere… And then is Brûlée (LOL)
7) Sanji is the most idiotic and perverted boy I ever seen, but I love him the same.
8) Pudding is a cockteaser.
In my country it is said “calientapollas” and I do not know if the word I have used in English sounds very rude, I apologize if I offend someone, but still, you know what I am referring to.
9) Interesting: Pudding calling demon to Sanji. I understand that it announces the expected power-up of the cook and his demonic flames.
I really want to see Sanji burn.
(And yes… Sanji is a perverted Incubus. xD)
10) I like these panels of the Vinsmoke brothers that show the interests of each of them: Ichiji, politics; Niji, women and himself; Yonji, food and Reiju, who cares about everyone.
11) I love this panel.
In addition to being the crazy Tea Party of Alice In Wonderland, it is a marvel of details. All the characters are carefully displayed and drawn in a crazy perfect blend.
Oda is a real genius and no one is going to make me change my mind.
12) And this has made me laugh a lot.
Well, we don’t know what’s going to happen, but what is clear is that Sanji is not going to hurt Pudding …
I don’t know who will take care of that bitch’s face, Reiju, Carrot or Nami (I’d love it to be Nami), because there are a lot of very powerful female rivals in this arch and all we know that Oda likes to do “one on one” in gender issues … (Of course there are also exceptions such as Zoro against Monet…)
I really want the fight to start … Besides that I’m convinced Luffy will come out of the cake
As always, excuse me, my English skills are not as good as Sanji’s acting
Heyo! If you're still doing the art ask, Enjolras with 29? Your art is really cute, btw
29: woken up out of a dead sleep
*creeps back into the light* Sooooo I’ve been sitting on the last few asks in my inbox for several weeks now, and I am very, very sorry that those are taking me so long to post. I promise I’ll get them up as soon as I can.
(On a side note, I am, in fact, still taking requests 😁😁😁)
A lot of people have been asking me what is wrong with Oleandre and if I am personally okay. I’m not going to go into the details because there is plenty of evidence on tumblr alone for anyone to solve the mystery of Oleandre’s situation pretty easily. I post tumblr stories to chronicle my progression purposefully because I dont have time to rp with as many people as I would like to. Juggling full time work and school cuts way back on my in game time.
This post is actually to serve as a reminder: Oleandre is not okay right now but I AM. The issues he is going through are plot driven and in no way affect my real life. While I appreciate the concern over my well being, I want to reiterate that just because I’m writing not so happy stuff about him, it doesnt mean I am in that same place. In fact as I have told many people, I’m rather amused seeing his smug ass get brought down a peg or two by life.
TLDR: I love you for being concerned but I’m 120% okay! ❤
I love Pathfinder Raeka so fucking much and the fact that it’s either her or Drack’s scouts fucks me up so bad cause on one hand I do not want Drack upset with me but on the other hand Raeka is lovely and the fucking best.
on the chris pine scale I am only moderately obsessed, but I'm now in ABJECT MOURNING of the fact that the wonder women press will be so colored by this hair, as opposed to the glorious locks we were so previously blessed with
I KNOW. It’s one thing for him to do this at all, but to do it so close to the WW press tour?? UNFORGIVABLE. Like when Zach cut all his off and then it wasn’t long enough for Trek and he had to wear that wig. Obviously their ability to decide what to do with their own hair should be revoked.
#Alec heads into the kiss with his eyes open #but when their lips finally meet #he closes his eyes for just a second #until opening his eyes #again #to check if this is real #that Magnus is here #with him #in his arms #kissing him back #that Magnus is safe and sound #and when Alec realizes this #he closes his eyes again #breathing Magnus in #letting relief washing over himself #Magnus is safe #and he loves him
He was born March 8 1922 and passed away November 30 2015 at age 93.
Mizuki-san was a manga-ka and historian, most famous for his Kitaro manga, Which he started publishing in 1960.
I could give a textbook account of him and everything he’s done and his influence on Japanese culture and revival of the interest in Yokai in Japan as a whole, but I just want to point out some very small things about him;
The first is, unlike a lot of Manga-ka of the 60s, Mizuki did not learn to draw Manga from Tezuka’s school…. or any school at all. He was one of those weird ‘natural talents’ you always hear about but actual examples of are hard to find. Mizuki was one such person. He just inately knew how to draw. And as a result, despite influences from other manga at the time, his characters generally don’t resemble what we think of when we think of ‘60s manga’
Not to mention that, despite his preferred art style, he was diverse in what he could do with how he drew, easily going from his more cartoony drawings to a more realistic style, sometimes doing both at once.
Mizuki-san was drafted into the Japanese Imperial Army during WWII, and during the war contracted malaria and lost his left arm during an explosion.
He was left-handed.
However, despite disease, losing his drawing-hand, being the only surviving member of his unit and literally being ‘ordered to die’ by his superiors, Mizuki survived the war and taught himself to draw with his right hand and just kept going.
His manga that he’s famous for were all done after he lost his dominant arm.
All his manga have a personal autobiographical touch to them. Whether it’s “Showa” which is literally a historical account of what Japan was like from the 20s to the 80s, to Kitaro, which is about the stories of Yokai told to him by his elderly neighbour, all his manga have something personal about them.
He is a cultural icon in Japan for keeping traditional ghost stories and creatures alive in the modern consciousness, as well as his contributions to Japanese history regarding WWII. He traveled the world, gathering ghost stories and traditional folklore from other countries as well.
He’s been awarded a string of awards I’m not even gonna attempt to list, although personally I feel most noteworthy is the ‘Personal of Cultural Merit’ award in 2010 and the ‘Order of the Rising Sun’ Award.
But again, that is his importance historically and culturally, whereas I find his personal struggles regarding the loss of his arm and just relearning how to draw something more personal to know as an artist.
With this in mind, He is also noteworthy for never really following the idea that most manga-ka of the time had that ‘you only need 3 hours sleep a night’ or to keep working without rest. Mizuki never really followed that belief. He got a full night’s sleep every night, and fully believed in actually LIVING life, and not just spending your entire life behind a desk, drawing.
He later joked offhandedly that at age 90 he was still around whereas everyone else of the same time period making manga had long since died.
I feel this is incredibly important to remember. Tezuka believed in working non-stop and barely sleeping. And he is undoubtedly the most important contributor to what we think of as manga today. But Mizuki-san, who is just as important to Japanese culture, believed in sleeping well, living life, and being happy. And he was ALSO important, created amazing work, and is recognized as a master.
You don’t need to work yourself to death to be an artist.
Mizuki-san had a list of ‘7 rules to happiness’, which I honestly feel is worth remembering. It may be things we’ve heard before, but this coming from a man, who went through active war, lost limbs, nearly died,retaught himself how to draw because he wasn’t able to give up, made an impact on Japanese culture, believed in living life, refused to overwork himself and lived to the age of 93, it feels like you can trust his advice. because he’s someone who’s seen some serious shit, but he was happy, and he’d learned how to be happy. And from what I’ve heard remained happy and content until he died of natural causes.
‘Don’t try to win – Success is not the measure of life. Just do what you enjoy. Be happy.’
‘Follow your curiosity – Do what you feel drawn towards, almost like a compulsion. What you would do without money or reward.’
‘Pursue what you enjoy – Don’t worry if other people find you
foolish. Look at all the people in the world who are eccentric—they are
so happy! Follow your own path.’
‘Believe in the power of love – Doing what you love, being with people you love. Nothing is more important.’
‘Talent and income are unrelated – Money is not the reward of talent
and hard work. Self-satisfaction is the goal. Your efforts are worthy if
you do what you love.’
‘Take it easy – Of course you need to work, but don’t overdo it! Without rest, you’ll burn yourself out.’
‘Believe in what you cannot see – The things that mean the most are things you cannot hold in your hand.’