i'm not entirely happy about how it turned out

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“Hail and well met, my dude.”

More progress on Taako, now with props (Sword inspired by @gullshriek )! This cosplay has been a wild ride and I am so happy with how it’s turning out. Everything on this entire outfit was fabricated from scratch (except the umbrella, which was heavily modified) so if anybody has any questions or wants progress pics hmu! You’ll notice I had to take about three inches off the hat but it is much more manageable now. Also forgive the wig–I threw on my Zevran wig (which is oddly appropriate) but I’ll probably end up using a different one.
…anyway RIP my ankles

Time for the spectacle
Time for the show
The lights are bright and the colors glow

I’m not just any demon
I think you know
The time is now, it’s about to blow!

Razzle dazzle
Glitz and glam
Turn it all up, it’s a spectacle

Razzle dazzle
Glitz and glam
Turn it all up, it’s a spectacle

Give me more
Razzle dazzle
Glitter eyes, big surprise
Lights, cameras

Razzle dazzle
Glitz and glam
Turn it all up, it’s a spectacle

Hear the applause
Completely unflawed
Not just a demon, I am a god!



I listened to this the entire time I was drawing… hence the lyrics

for the impossible girl and the one who’s just a bit unlikely finding love somewhere completely unexpected but utterly perfect

                                                  { listen }

Light Me Up - Birdy // You Picked Me - A Fine Frenzy // Home - Gabrielle Aplin // All About Your Heart - Mindy Gledhill // You Loved Me - Joy Williams // Like a Star - Corinne Bailey Rae // Drag Me Down/As Long As You Love Me - Gardiner Sisters // You’re The One That I Want - The Lennings // Treacherous - Taylor Swift // The Lucky One - Jess Penner // The Way I Am - Ingrid Michaelson // Best Shot - Birdy & Jaymes Young // A Sky Full Of Stars - Coldplay // C’est la mort - The Civil Wars // How Long Will I Love You - Ellie Goulding

Fave fics as fake film postersSotto Voce by girliesportsjunkie

He flicked a wall switch to light the stairs, casting the rest of the space in soft shades of amber.  Each step down revealed more of the stone-walled room, more utilitarian than decorative, lined floor-to-ceiling with racked bottles of wine. An alcove built into one wall doubled as a bar, and in the center stood a wine barrel table and two chairs.

Kurt took both of Blaine’s hands in his and guided him across the room, their own private dance,  until Blaine’s back rested against the wall. He stopped, eased in close and let his face bloom into a full smile.

“I just wanted to stop by and say congratulations,” he said. And then he leaned forward, tilted his head, and pressed their lips together.