i have way too much spare time on my hands

Thank you so much you both! <3 But I suck so bad at drawing tutorials as I don’t even know how to make one. Believe me, I tried. I just tell someone you just open a blank canvas on photoshop and draw something you love. Which, I know, isn’t very helpful. But that’s how it’s always been for me. For more blabbering about art stuff, do continue. If not, just ignore. :D

WOW I MADE A TUTORIAL WITH A PRETTY LONG INTRO. :|

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Another Beatles Christmas Record 1964
Another Beatles Christmas Record 1964

It was 50 years ago today

(Singing)

(P) : Hello, everybody. This is Paul, and I’d just like to thank you all for buying our records during the past year. We know you’ve bbeen buying ‘em because the sales have been very good, you see. Don’t know where we’d be without you, really, thought.

(J) : In the army, perhaps.

(P) : Oh, we hope you’ve enjoyed, listening to the records as much as we’ve enjoyed melting them. - No, no, no that’s wrong, - making them. We’re in No.2 studio at the moment, at EMI, taping this little message for you.

(J) : Yes, we are.

(P) : We are indeed. I just thought I’d make that… This is the same studio we’ve used all long, - since the old days of “Love Me Do” - many years ago it seems, doesn’t it?

(J) : Ah, those were the days…

(P) : Well, that’s about all, I think. Except, to wish you all a happy Christmas and a very new year. Now I’ll pass you over to John. - J.o.h.n!

(J) : John. John speakin’. Thanks all of you bought me book. Thank you folks for buying it. It was very handy. I notice there was another one out pretty soon. It says here. Hope you buy that, too. It’ll be the usual rubbish but it won’t cost much. You see, that’s the bargain we’re going to strike up. I write them in my spare time. It says here. It’s been a busy year…

(P) : Did you write this yourself?

(J) : No! It’s somebody’s bad handwriter. It’s been a busy year, Beatle peadles, one way and another. But it’s been a great year, too. You fans have seen to that. Page.2. (All laughing) Thanks alot folks and a hap-py, ah, Christmas and a merry goo-year. Krimble maybe. And I’ll hand you to George, who will spaek to you. - NOW!

(G) : Thank you, John. Thank you. Hi, there! I’d like to thank all of you for going to see the film. 'Spect a lot of you saw it more than once.

® : I did.

(G) : Did you? So did I. Thanks anyway. 'Cause it makes us very pleased, ya know. We had a quiet time making it. Actually, we didn’t. We had a great time making it. And we’re glad it turned out okay. The next one should be completely different. We start shooting it in February. This time, it’s gonna be in color.

(J) : Green.

(G) : It’ll be a big laugh we hope. Well, we…Big laugh, year, it’ll be a big laugh.

(J) : Be a big laugh, you imagine?

(G) : And we may see all of you soon. Hope so anyway. All the best. And, happy new year. And a happy Christmas. And here’s Ringo.

® : Thanks, George. Ringo here. Well, the others have thanked you for all the disks and John’s book and for everything - oh, no - for enjoying the film. I’d like to thank you just for being fans. It’s been a funny year, you know. One minute we’re in England, next, we’re away. 'Spect you’re wondering where we’ve been. Well, Beatle people, we’ve been to Australia and America, and New… - Who’s dropping that? - New Zealand. And Australia.

(P) : And New Zealand.

® : Or is that New Zealand?

(P) : So much travelling! But you’ve stayed loyal, haven’t you?

® : Anyway, those airport receptions knocked us out, man, great!

(J) : Dig!

® : Well, that’s about it form me. I’d just like to say, all the best for Christmas and happy new year.

(Singing)

(J) : Christmas.

(P) : Happy Christmas!

(All) : Happy Christmas! Happy Christmas! Happy Christmas!

Gary Crimble fellow Beatlemaniacs!!!

Another Beatles Christmas Record
The Beatles

October 26th, 1964 (EMI Studios, London): The Beatles wish their fans a merry Christmas and a very New Year. (Note: This is the officially released version.)

BEATLES: [marching; playing ‘Jingle Bells’]

JOHN: Jingle bell…

PAUL: Hello everybody, this is Paul. And I’d just like to thank you all for buying our records during the past year. We know you’ve been buying them, because the sales have been very good, you see. Don’t know where we’d be without you, really, though. 

JOHN: [in background] In the army, perhaps.

PAUL: Oh, we hope you’ve enjoyed listening to the records [John coughs; Paul laughs] as much as we’ve enjoyed melting them. [laughter] No, no! No, that’s wrong. Making them. We’re in Number 2 Studio at the moment, taping this little message for you. 

JOHN: Yes, we are. 

PAUL: We are, indeed. I just thought it’d make it— This is the same studio we’ve used all along, since the old days of ‘Love Me Do’. Many years ago, it seems, doesn’t it?

JOHN: Oh, yes, those were the days… Starving. 

PAUL: [laughs] Well, that’s about all I think… except [John laughs] to wish you all a happy Christmas and a very New Year. Now I’ll pass you over to John. John…

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Ok like everyone else who has too much spare time on their hands (I’m no exception) some of us have noticed this. The inconsistency of the first picture from So Many Birthdays when we see a past maybe 1700’s/1800’s century painting of the gems but when we see them in Story for Steven they seem so much more younger. So because there are many therioes already on why it’s like this I am going to throw in my two cents.

I believe Garnet, Amethyst and Pearl are just blending in with the decade. As you can see in the way they are dressed,they seem to be in the 80’s with Pearls leg warmers and Garnets outfit in general. Plus the style of music that Greg is playing is another hint towards the decade they are in. They also seem very childish something that the 80’s we sorta known. Live forever young.

But who knows… looks like we’ll have to wait for Rebecca explain this… someday

ibarfraindows  asked:

So I just started following you and your art is bomb. Now I'm not sure if you actually ship Tibalt and Sorin in any way or if I just tuned in at an interesting time, but let me tell you I have never spared so much as a thought to them being a ship that people could ship, even though I love Tibalt, until your blog and your art. And now I do and I ship it and I felt like you should know that. Also I love your art. Don't know if I mentioned.

Thank you, thank you! You are much too kind! 

As for the Sorin and Tibalt thing… honestly, I’ve no idea what may imply

that I enjoy poking fun at

Sorin and Tibalt’s relationship dynamic I mEAN – MY HAND SLIPPED.