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Rick Riordan won a Stonewall award today

for his second Magnus Chase book, due to the inclusion of the character Alex Fierro who is gender fluid. This was the speech he gave, and it really distills why I love this author and his works so much, and why I will always recommend his works to anyone and everyone.

“Thank you for inviting me here today. As I told the Stonewall Award Committee, this is an honor both humbling and unexpected.

So, what is an old cis straight white male doing up here? Where did I get the nerve to write Alex Fierro, a transgender, gender fluid child of Loki in The Hammer of Thor, and why should I get cookies for that?

These are all fair and valid questions, which I have been asking myself a lot.

I think, to support young LGBTQ readers, the most important thing publishing can do is to publish and promote more stories by LGBTQ authors, authentic experiences by authentic voices. We have to keep pushing for this. The Stonewall committee’s work is a critical part of that effort. I can only accept the Stonewall Award in the sense that I accept a call to action – firstly, to do more myself to read and promote books by LGBTQ authors.

But also, it’s a call to do better in my own writing. As one of my genderqueer readers told me recently, “Hey, thanks for Alex. You didn’t do a terrible job!” I thought: Yes! Not doing a terrible job was my goal!

As important as it is to offer authentic voices and empower authors and role models from within LGBTQ community, it’s is also important that LGBTQ kids see themselves reflected and valued in the larger world of mass media, including my books. I know this because my non-heteronormative readers tell me so. They actively lobby to see characters like themselves in my books. They like the universe I’ve created. They want to be part of it. They deserve that opportunity. It’s important that I, as a mainstream author, say, “I see you. You matter. Your life experience may not be like mine, but it is no less valid and no less real. I will do whatever I can to understand and accurately include you in my stories, in my world. I will not erase you.”

People all over the political spectrum often ask me, “Why can’t you just stay silent on these issues? Just don’t include LGBTQ material and everybody will be happy.” This assumes that silence is the natural neutral position. But silence is not neutral. It’s an active choice. Silence is great when you are listening. Silence is not so great when you are using it to ignore or exclude.

But that’s all macro, ‘big picture’ stuff. Yes, I think the principles are important. Yes, in the abstract, I feel an obligation to write the world as I see it: beautiful because of its variations. Where I can’t draw on personal experience, I listen, I read a lot – in particular I want to credit Beyond Magenta and Gender Outlaws for helping me understand more about the perspective of my character Alex Fierro – and I trust that much of the human experience is universal. You can’t go too far wrong if you use empathy as your lens. But the reason I wrote Alex Fierro, or Nico di Angelo, or any of my characters, is much more personal.

I was a teacher for many years, in public and private school, California and Texas. During those years, I taught all kinds of kids. I want them all to know that I see them. They matter. I write characters to honor my students, and to make up for what I wished I could have done for them in the classroom.

I think about my former student Adrian (a pseudonym), back in the 90s in San Francisco. Adrian used the pronouns he and him, so I will call him that, but I suspect Adrian might have had more freedom and more options as to how he self-identified in school were he growing up today. His peers, his teachers, his family all understood that Adrian was female, despite his birth designation. Since kindergarten, he had self-selected to be among the girls – socially, athletically, academically. He was one of our girls. And although he got support and acceptance at the school, I don’t know that I helped him as much as I could, or that I tried to understand his needs and his journey. At that time in my life, I didn’t have the experience, the vocabulary, or frankly the emotional capacity to have that conversation. When we broke into social skills groups, for instance, boys apart from girls, he came into my group with the boys, I think because he felt it was required, but I feel like I missed the opportunity to sit with him and ask him what he wanted. And to assure him it was okay, whichever choice he made. I learned more from Adrian than I taught him. Twenty years later, Alex Fierro is for Adrian.

I think about Jane (pseudonym), another one of my students who was a straight cis-female with two fantastic moms. Again, for LGBTQ families, San Francisco was a pretty good place to live in the 90s, but as we know, prejudice has no geographical border. You cannot build a wall high enough to keep it out. I know Jane got flack about her family. I did what I could to support her, but I don’t think I did enough. I remember the day Jane’s drama class was happening in my classroom. The teacher was new – our first African American male teacher, which we were all really excited about – and this was only his third week. I was sitting at my desk, grading papers, while the teacher did a free association exercise. One of his examples was ‘fruit – gay.’ I think he did it because he thought it would be funny to middle schoolers. After the class, I asked to see the teacher one on one. I asked him to be aware of what he was saying and how that might be hurtful. I know. Me, a white guy, lecturing this Black teacher about hurtful words. He got defensive and quit, because he said he could not promise to not use that language again. At the time, I felt like I needed to do something, to stand up especially for Jane and her family. But did I make things better handling it as I did? I think I missed an opportunity to open a dialogue about how different people experience hurtful labels. Emmie and Josephine and their daughter Georgina, the family I introduce in The Dark Prophecy, are for Jane.

I think about Amy, and Mark, and Nicholas … All former students who have come out as gay since I taught them in middle school. All have gone on to have successful careers and happy families. When I taught them, I knew they were different. Their struggles were greater, their perspectives more divergent than some of my other students. I tried to provide a safe space for them, to model respect, but in retrospect I don’t think I supported them as well as I could have, or reached out as much as they might have needed. I was too busy preparing lessons on Shakespeare or adjectives, and not focusing enough on my students’ emotional health. Adjectives were a lot easier for me to reconcile than feelings. Would they have felt comfortable coming out earlier than college or high school if they had found more support in middle school? Would they have wanted to? I don’t know. But I don’t think they felt it was a safe option, which leaves me thinking that I did not do enough for them at that critical middle school time. I do not want any kid to feel alone, invisible, misunderstood. Nico di Angelo is for Amy, and Mark and Nicholas.

I am trying to do more. Percy Jackson started as a way to empower kids, in particular my son, who had learning differences. As my platform grew, I felt obliged to use it to empower all kids who are struggling through middle school for whatever reason. I don’t always do enough. I don’t always get it right. Good intentions are wonderful things, but at the end of a manuscript, the text has to stand on its own. What I meant ceases to matter. Kids just see what I wrote. But I have to keep trying. My kids are counting on me.

So thank you, above all, to my former students who taught me. Alex Fierro is for you.

To you, I pledge myself to do better – to apologize when I screw up, to learn from my mistakes, to be there for LGBTQ youth and make sure they know that in my books, they are included. They matter. I am going to stop talking now, but I promise you I won’t stop listening.”

Some of you might remember that I’ve already made a colour palette using Maxis colours. This one could be called a ‘refined version’ of that, although I started entirely from scratch. I’m still hung up on the fact that whenever I download clothing CC, I feel compelled to download more that use the same colour palette so I can mix and match them. This palette, however, works perfectly with most of the original EA clothing, and it’s quite handy for those of us who play with minimal CC.

A bit more information:

  • There are 20 swatches, eyedropped straight from different EA CAS items.
  • The colours haven’t been edited, they appear exactly like on the CAS items they were taken from.
  • This palette includes more muted, neutral hues than the previous one, with only a few vivid colours.
  • It’s entirely optimized for clothing recolours, and might look wonky on furniture.

The download includes:

  • .aco file with the swatches
  • preview picture with the colours + hex codes
  • .txt file with hex codes

Since I don’t use recolouring actions, I didn’t make any, but feel free to make and publish them if you feel the need for it. Also, you can use these colours for whatever you want to, but please credit me somewhere. Thank you!

⟳ Grab the files here!

Braces Recolor!

After seeing the option to have braces I knew i wanted them in my JS palette. Rather than keep them for myself I decided to share them. On to some more info! 

  • For ages teen to elder like the originals
  • like the picture says these come in 42 colors.
  • Disabled for random
  • For Males and Females.
  • Please don’t reupload/include with downloads. Link back if you use them

Download >Here<

Credits: @catsblob for the braces images, seriously thank you! 

S4S

Photoshop

Paint.net

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Commission Status: Open

Available slots:

  1. Open!!!
  2. Closed

The Rules:

  • I accept payments via Paypal in USD, and I will send you an invoice.  Payment is required upfront before I start drawing.
  • You may use or post finished commissions however you please, but must give credit to me for it.
  • Finished commissions are for non-commercial use only. I own rights to the artwork, but I obviously do not own the characters depicted in it. I will not use the artwork for personal profit, but I may post it online unless asked otherwise.
  • Visual references are highly preferred, but not required; it also helps to include a little bit on personality. Be sure to include any details you want in the commission prior to when I start it.
  • For anything that’s not a sketch commission, I will send work-in-progress pictures, to make sure you’re happy with how it looks.

I will draw nearly anything, but I will NOT draw explicit themes (no porn), any offensive material, or backgrounds.

Prices may be increased depending on the complexity of the character/drawing! Adding additional characters does not include flat colors, that must be added to the price.

Feel free to ask about other options beyond what’s listed here!

If you’re interested, send me an email at sketchmatters@gmail.com

I should reply within a day or two at the most. Please do not message me on Tumblr asking for a commission, but do feel free to ask any questions!

Thank you for inviting me here today. As I told the Stonewall Award Committee, this is an honor both humbling and unexpected.

So, what is an old cis straight white male doing up here? Where did I get the nerve to write Alex Fierro, a transgender, gender fluid child of Loki in The Hammer of Thor, and why should I get cookies for that?

These are all fair and valid questions, which I have been asking myself a lot.

I think, to support young LGBTQ readers, the most important thing publishing can do is to publish and promote more stories by LGBTQ authors, authentic experiences by authentic voices. We have to keep pushing for this. The Stonewall committee’s work is a critical part of that effort. I can only accept the Stonewall Award in the sense that I accept a call to action – firstly, to do more myself to read and promote books by LGBTQ authors.

But also, it’s a call to do better in my own writing. As one of my genderqueer readers told me recently, “Hey, thanks for Alex. You didn’t do a terrible job!” I thought: Yes! Not doing a terrible job was my goal!

As important as it is to offer authentic voices and empower authors and role models from within LGBTQ community, it’s is also important that LGBTQ kids see themselves reflected and valued in the larger world of mass media, including my books. I know this because my non-heteronormative readers tell me so. They actively lobby to see characters like themselves in my books. They like the universe I’ve created. They want to be part of it. They deserve that opportunity. It’s important that I, as a mainstream author, say, “I see you. You matter. Your life experience may not be like mine, but it is no less valid and no less real. I will do whatever I can to understand and accurately include you in my stories, in my world. I will not erase you.”

People all over the political spectrum often ask me, “Why can’t you just stay silent on these issues? Just don’t include LGBTQ material and everybody will be happy.” This assumes that silence is the natural neutral position. But silence is not neutral. It’s an active choice. Silence is great when you are listening. Silence is not so great when you are using it to ignore or exclude.

But that’s all macro, ‘big picture’ stuff. Yes, I think the principles are important. Yes, in the abstract, I feel an obligation to write the world as I see it: beautiful because of its variations. Where I can’t draw on personal experience, I listen, I read a lot – in particular I want to credit Beyond Magenta and Gender Outlaws for helping me understand more about the perspective of my character Alex Fierro – and I trust that much of the human experience is universal. You can’t go too far wrong if you use empathy as your lens. But the reason I wrote Alex Fierro, or Nico di Angelo, or any of my characters, is much more personal.

I was a teacher for many years, in public and private school, California and Texas. During those years, I taught all kinds of kids. I want them all to know that I see them. They matter. I write characters to honor my students, and to make up for what I wished I could have done for them in the classroom.

I think about my former student Adrian (a pseudonym), back in the 90s in San Francisco. Adrian used the pronouns he and him, so I will call him that, but I suspect Adrian might have had more freedom and more options as to how he self-identified in school were he growing up today. His peers, his teachers, his family all understood that Adrian was female, despite his birth designation. Since kindergarten, he had self-selected to be among the girls – socially, athletically, academically. He was one of our girls. And although he got support and acceptance at the school, I don’t know that I helped him as much as I could, or that I tried to understand his needs and his journey. At that time in my life, I didn’t have the experience, the vocabulary, or frankly the emotional capacity to have that conversation. When we broke into social skills groups, for instance, boys apart from girls, he came into my group with the boys, I think because he felt it was required, but I feel like I missed the opportunity to sit with him and ask him what he wanted. And to assure him it was okay, whichever choice he made. I learned more from Adrian than I taught him. Twenty years later, Alex Fierro is for Adrian.

I think about Jane (pseudonym), another one of my students who was a straight cis-female with two fantastic moms. Again, for LGBTQ families, San Francisco was a pretty good place to live in the 90s, but as we know, prejudice has no geographical border. You cannot build a wall high enough to keep it out. I know Jane got flack about her family. I did what I could to support her, but I don’t think I did enough. I remember the day Jane’s drama class was happening in my classroom. The teacher was new – our first African American male teacher, which we were all really excited about – and this was only his third week. I was sitting at my desk, grading papers, while the teacher did a free association exercise. One of his examples was ‘fruit – gay.’ I think he did it because he thought it would be funny to middle schoolers. After the class, I asked to see the teacher one on one. I asked him to be aware of what he was saying and how that might be hurtful. I know. Me, a white guy, lecturing this Black teacher about hurtful words. He got defensive and quit, because he said he could not promise to not use that language again. At the time, I felt like I needed to do something, to stand up especially for Jane and her family. But did I make things better handling it as I did? I think I missed an opportunity to open a dialogue about how different people experience hurtful labels. Emmie and Josephine and their daughter Georgina, the family I introduce in The Dark Prophecy, are for Jane.

I think about Amy, and Mark, and Nicholas … All former students who have come out as gay since I taught them in middle school. All have gone on to have successful careers and happy families. When I taught them, I knew they were different. Their struggles were greater, their perspectives more divergent than some of my other students. I tried to provide a safe space for them, to model respect, but in retrospect I don’t think I supported them as well as I could have, or reached out as much as they might have needed. I was too busy preparing lessons on Shakespeare or adjectives, and not focusing enough on my students’ emotional health. Adjectives were a lot easier for me to reconcile than feelings. Would they have felt comfortable coming out earlier than college or high school if they had found more support in middle school? Would they have wanted to? I don’t know. But I don’t think they felt it was a safe option, which leaves me thinking that I did not do enough for them at that critical middle school time. I do not want any kid to feel alone, invisible, misunderstood. Nico di Angelo is for Amy, and Mark and Nicholas.

I am trying to do more. Percy Jackson started as a way to empower kids, in particular my son, who had learning differences. As my platform grew, I felt obliged to use it to empower all kids who are struggling through middle school for whatever reason. I don’t always do enough. I don’t always get it right. Good intentions are wonderful things, but at the end of a manuscript, the text has to stand on its own. What I meant ceases to matter. Kids just see what I wrote. But I have to keep trying. My kids are counting on me.

So thank you, above all, to my former students who taught me. Alex Fierro is for you.

To you, I pledge myself to do better – to apologize when I screw up, to learn from my mistakes, to be there for LGBTQ youth and make sure they know that in my books, they are included. They matter. I am going to stop talking now, but I promise you I won’t stop listening.

—  Rick Riordan’s speech in June 26, 2017 for The Stonewall Award
American Library Association meeting in Chicago for the book Magnus Chase 2: The Hammer of Thor that won the children’s book award for “exceptional merit relating to the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender experience” because of the character of Alex Fierro.
To Get The Job You Want
  • Oregano
  • Basil
  • Button (green would be best)
  • Something to attach the button to that’s related to the job (optional)

Sprinkle the oregano and basil on the table. Set the button on top of it and let it sit for a little bit. Remove the button and gather up the herbs. Place the herbs in a fire safe container and burn them until they are smoking. Pass the button through the smoke while saying:

With the aide of this button,
I do find,
A job that I
Am proud to call mine.

At night, place the button on a charging board. (credit to seraphickalmagick for the idea of a charging board) Something kinda like the picture below. Make sure it includes all the things that you want in a job, the more specific the better.

Keep the button on you during the day, especially as you’re job hunting. You can attach the button to something that is related to the job you are wanting to make the spell more powerful.


My Personal Experience:
An hour after I wrote this spell, I got a call from the place I was wanting to work at. 

I crocheted a bracelet to keep the button with me throughout the day to ensure that the interview went well. Originally I was interviewing for a position in the framing department, but that ended up fizzling out. Instead I was offered a job as a…crochet instructor ;)

Hopefully this will work as well for you as it did for me!

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Augusta Artwork by SaudadeSims


Hey guys! It’s been forever since I got anything finished so I could put it up for download, but I finally got this wall art done! I’m still working on the dining room I posted as a WIP but I got inspired making some standing frames for that set and wanted to make a complete set for the wall. So here we are :)


Things you need to know: The smaller versions of each mesh pull their textures from the largest one in the set. For example, the medium, small, and tiny circles pull from the large circle. Therefore, you need to have the large mesh in game for the smaller versions to work

Each large painting (for lack of a better word) has 12 different art swatches and 3 different frame colors for a total of 36 swatches apiece. Again, the smaller paintings share their textures with the largest ones. 


Large, medium, small and, tiny Circles: 334 polys

Large, medium, small, and tiny Ovals : 406 polys

Large, medium, small, and tiny Horizontal Ovals: 406 polys

Large, medium, small, and tiny Squares: 46 polys

Large, medium, small, and tiny Rectangles: 46 polys

Large, medium, small, and tiny Horizontal Rectangles: 46 polys


Download (SimsFileShare):

Circles

Ovals

Horizontal Ovals

Squares

Rectangles

Horizontal Rectangles

>>Merged Set<<


TOU: Don’t reupload my stuff, please. Don’t put anything of mine behind adf.ly (or the like) or on a paysite. DON’T include my CC in your mods folder that you put up for download (even if it’s to complete a house you are offering for download). Even if you really, really want to. Please don’t.

Please feel free to recolor, but use the selective clone method so that my mesh is required. If you want my psd templates for these paintings, just let me know and I’ll send them to you :). 


Credits: To all the creators of the art I used, thank you. None of the pictured art is mine. To the wonderful people over @sims4studioofficial, I don’t know what we’d do without you. I used the recolorable/remeshable S4S paintings as the base for mine. Photoshop, Blender, Maya. And @deelitefulsimmer my constant cheerleader :) <3 you!

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COMMISSIONS ARE OPEN

I’m opening up commissions! I’m very new to this and for now I want to learn how it all works and if I’m actually good at this, so right now I’ll only be opening 3 slots.

Listed above are the prices of all I can offer, more details under the cut:

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I wonder if you plan to recolor some EA clothes?
— 

Mamiri

Mamiri Set

10 Recolours of the EA jumpsuit. Sorry I just had to faff with the texture. It is a mix of the top part, another top texture and jeans from EA. So credit to them for this. Hope you like it. It is a CAS part so you can find it under the intestinal coloured jumpsuits (as pictured in the insert - soz don’t love them bleergh!).

I have also included a copy of the PSD file so if you want to do your own top recolours or do the jeans in other colours (as I did with the blue top because it looked clashy with the jeans) then feel free. Credit for the base texture would be nice (as would a link) but not essential :)

Base game compatible (as it is a base game mesh!)

DOWNLOAD HERE | SIMSFILESHARE

7goodangel’s FAQ

( Can also be found at https://7goodangel.tumblr.com/faq )

[This version is made so then it can be easily searched within the blog and be easier for mobile users to find! Will reblog when an update to the FAQ happens! The original page will still be up as well as the post version of it. FAQ is under the Read More to not clutter up the dashboard. Please read this prior to sending questions!]

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⭐Frequently Asked Questions⭐

What program do you use to make your edits?

I use GraphicsGale Free to make my typography and pixel edits, Gimp to make my manga edits, and when making moodboards I just crop the photos to be square in the standard computer photo viewer, and then align them together on Tumblr.

What is an archive moodboard?

An archive moodboard is a moodboard comprised of posts in your archive that reflect your aesthetic. You can request one from me by sending an ask. Please read the Can I request a moodboard?’ section of the F.A.Q before sending, though.

Can I request a moodboard?

Yes, you can! I only make archive moodboards, but if you want one just send me an ask off anon here. You may ask for a moodboard for a sideblog, just send me an ask off anon from your main and specify which blog you want the moodboard for. If you ask me to make a moodboard by messaging me, I will not do it. If you ask for a moodboard other than an archive moodboard, I will probably not fulfill the request. Though, there is a chance I will if I like the idea. I DO NOT MAKE MOODBOARDS FOR NSFW/PORN/KINK/DDLG/ANY OTHER THING LIKE THAT BLOG. That is my personal stance on that and if you ask for one, I will delete the ask and not make the moodboard. I also usually only make moodboards for blogs who have a similar aesthetic as mine, but if I’m feeling up to it I will try to do it. I have the right to not follow through with a moodboard request and all that jazz. 

Can I request a typography/manga edit?

No, I do not take typography or manga edit requests, sorry!

Can regression/kink/nsfw/little/etc. blogs interact with you?

Yes, they can. I personally think there is too much hate against communities like that on Tumblr, so I allow all interaction on my blog. But, keep in mind that I am not a regression/nsfw/etc. blog, so do not treat me as one (i.e. sending me nsfw/regression related asks or messages. I’m only saying this because it’s happened before). Also keep in mind that not all of the people I reblog from are comfortable with all communities reblogging from them, so please read their blog/post before reblogging. If you abuse your privilege of being allowed to interact with me by making me uncomfortable, my followers uncomfortable, or the people I reblog from uncomfortable, I will no longer allow interaction from regression and like blogs. 

Can I use one of your edits for my profile picture/header/etc?

Yes, just please credit me for it!

Can I use one of your text dividers?

Yes, and no credit required!

Can I repost one of your pictures?

No, you may not under any circumstance repost one of my edits. Even if you credit me, and this includes all platforms not just Tumblr.

What are some of your favorite blogs/blogs you recommend?

I have a whole post on that here, but feel free to send an ask if you want more recs.

Can I get a promo/will you check out my blog?

I don’t do promos, but I will gladly look at your blog, as long as it’s not a regression, nsfw or similar blog. 

Do you have any other blogs?

I have a writing blog which is @reminiscentsuggestions, but I hardly post on it anymore. 

I’m doing icon commissions!

I need a little bit of money to tide me over during the summer, so I’m doing commissions (via PayPal)! 
All pieces will be drawn A5 size, scanned and cropped to around 2000px² (give or take)

  • Lines and shading (with or without single colour background) -  £3
  • Lines and shading + multicoloured/detailed background  -  £4
  • Full colour (with or without single colour background) -  £5
  • Full colour + multicoloured/detailed background  -  £6

Just message me with whatever picture(s) you’d like me to use as a reference (could be a picture of you, your favourite singer, an actor, whatever) and any other details you’d like me to include. I’ll give you my PayPal info, and as soon as I receive your payment I’ll get to work!

You can search through my art tag if you want to request a specific style, and so long as you credit me/my blog, you can feel free to use your commissioned piece on any social media!

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Harumi Hironaka paintings 

I made these recolors a few weeks ago for a build in my game and I wanted to share them. I tried to get a hold of the artist and they never got back to me, but I’ve decided to share them anyway. I included my email and blog name so if they want them taken down they know how to get a hold of me. 

There is 12 swatches all of them are pictured. 

All credit goes to Harumi Hironaka and EA for the mesh. 

If there are any problems let me know. 

Paintings 

hey i’m going to mention that just because i don’t want to draw SU stuff anymore that doesn’t mean you have free reign to copy/rip-off/steal from my old stuff. I still constantly find people doing this and I am so damn tired of this y'all. This is one of the main things that made me hate drawing it in the first place, I’ve never seen more rampant art theft in literally any other fandom I’ve been in ever.
Please never trace/repost/copy off of my art without my permission, i don’t even care if you “give credit,” I don’t want you to do it.
This includes color-picking from my art pieces too. This one pisses me off so much, like do you not have the capability to color pick from a picture of an actual gemstone like I did??? do you REALLY need to skip putting in the effort yourself and just copy my exact color scheme (or “slightly” edit it to ~avoid getting in trouble~)?? It’s so damn lazy and I hate it so much.
Fuck, man. and Y'all wonder what turned me off from drawing gem shit, this is mostly why. Good Job.

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Overwatch Aesthetic - Modern Genyatta

As promised, here’s a genyatta edit! I’m pretty happy with how these turned out ~ 

fun fact! I included the butterfly picture because of Zenyatta’s voice line: “I dreamt I was a butterfly.” Zenyatta’s character is heavily based on buddhism so I tried to include that, and it fit pretty well along with the calming theme I wanted for Genji :) 

I’ve done a few ships already but I’d be happy to make more of the same, so if you have any ideas for other au’s send me an ask! (if it’s a well-thought-out idea but you want me to make an aesthetic for it, I’d be happy to credit you!)

modern widowtracer {x} modern mchanzo {x} pharmercy in highschool {x

modern roadhog and junkrat {x} modern d.va {x} modern mercy76 {x}  

modern symmetra {x} modern pharah/symmetra {x} modern mercymaker {x}

modern zarya/mei {x} modern reaper76 {x} modern pharah {x}

modern lúcio {x} modern widowmaker {x}

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Finally! After more than two years of development, upgrades, glitches and procrastination, OOOHH, BOY! Thanks god it’s here! Cosmópolis V1.0 (the Test Version, due to some problems I had last month)! And no, it’s not a stupidly well-made April Fools’ prank! IT”S REAL!


World’s Description:

“Founded in the late 17th Century as Nossa Senhora do Abandono, Cosmópolis had its economy based on whale hunting and citric fruits plantations until the early 1960s. Now it’s one of the cities that most attracts tourists in Ypes Republic (just losing for São Paten , Riacho Doce and Porto Coral) and is a great technopole. Nature, arts, culture, technology and more you can find here. Make your history in Cosmópolis!”


Notes:

  • 125 lots, including a dive lot and a dock
  • This world is principally based in Florianópolis (Brazil), with a bit of Lisbon and New Orleans
  • At this moment, it’s a Town world (futurally a City world)
  • This is a TEST VERSION with a save file!
  • The lots are externally done! 
  • Almost all recolors and generators at this moment!
  • Currently using a modified version of Perfect Day weather mod (by @brntwaffles) with a different sunset.


Do it just if ya want  =D :

  • Test the world for routing and lag
  • Find any other issues
  • Take pictures. Tag as #cosmopolis or #ts3 cosmopolis for easy following!
  • Edit the interior of some lots; It will help me a lot and I definitely will credit you for your hard work!


Requirements:

  • Base Game and all EPs (including ITF)
  • All SPs (YES, including that Katy Perry’s SP [and Diesel])
  • Some CC made by me, @createaworldblog​ and @simsontherope​ (the Custom Contents come in the same folder)
  • No Store content


DOWNLOAD HERE!


Thanks @nilxis and @potato-ballad-sims for some retextures!

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  • moodboard || boy you got me flying up

i was tagged by the very beautiful @redheadjongin​!! thank you so much for this baby wow i really enjoyed making this!! i finally found my new favorite thing. byun baek in fluffy white shirt and specs give me all the good feels yes asdfghjkl ;;

i’ll be tagging @my-baeked-potato @sebaeked @byuny @baking-pancakes @ooomybaek @greasyoppa @baekhyuntella @corgibaek @petitbaekhyun @taendelion @baengg @taenggi @chenbaekery and all you wonderful people who wants to do this :))

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Commissions are open!

What I will draw: Original characters, fanarts, explicit nudity (for samples you can browse my nsfw art tag, or nsfw side blog), characters with animal ears and/or tails, mermaids.

What I won’t draw: Furry, ponies, underage nude characters, highly detailed architecture, hate art.

To avoid confusion please include reference pictures and descriptions of your characters (even if they are from well-known fandoms, if I don’t have to waste time researching, your art will be finished faster).

Commissions are for personal use only, but can be requested as a gift for others. If you want your art done for a specific date, please let me know in advance.

If I accept your commission, I will provide a sketch for approval, then a watermarked finished piece in low resolution. After receiving payment the finished version will be sent to you.

You can post the commissioned art, but it has to be credited to me.

I reserve the right to refuse commissions.


 Payment through paypal only.

If you have more questions feel free to send me an ask or mail.


To request a commission write at mischiefcommissions@gmail.com

If I don’t respond in the next 48 hours try again or write me an ask/messaging (because google seems to have some kind of a problem with that e-mail address and not all messages go through)