2016 has finally come to an end. It’s certainly been an eventful year that I’m sure none of us would like to repeat ever again. But I’m not here to talk about that. But rather, the project that’s been going on year-long regarding the Tokyo Ghoul 2016 calendar.
Every day, we’ve been posting a coloured page for each day of the year. It’s been a struggle, with everyone having busy schedules and random life events thrown at them. It has certainly been a struggle for me, because I completely underestimated just how time and effort this project would take up. But here we are now, on the very last day of the year, and I can say that despite the difficulties, it has been so fulfilling. I’ve learned a lot about myself, learned a bunch of pretty cool skills, and got to know a group of wonderful people.
Speaking of these wonderful people, here is a giant thank you to everyone who helped out with the project at some point:
Michi (makyun) - for starting this project, for letting me join, and for putting up with my chronic lateness (for every late calendar post, most of them were my fault, I apologize). But most importantly, for tearing and scanning all the pages, translating them, writing post captions, and later also helping with cleaning and typesetting. She has done so much, so make sure to thank her for all her hard work!
Lily (eyepatch-centipede) - for cleaning and typesetting, and even making a cleaning guide to make it easier for the cleaners.
Mar (tealsnap) - for cleaning and typesetting. And for trying to help me fix my phone when it went completely ham :’D
My last thank you is for everyone. Thank you for supporting this project, whether through reblogs or likes, tags or replies, or even just taking a peek at the posts every once in a while. It’s been a pleasure reading through everyone’s comments on the calendar posts, and I hope you’ve enjoyed the posts as much as I have.
Thank you again, and I hope you have a wonderful Happy New Year!
“I know I
want a world where people trust the Chantry, and that trust is
respected. I want to respect tradition but not fear change. I want to
right past wrongs but not avenge them. And I have no idea if my wanting
these things makes any of them right.”
here we are now, with the falling sky and the rain we’re awakening ♪
one of the scenes I would really love to see (as I’m sure many people have thought of!) is Rey experiencing her first rainfall ☺ also because “Awakening” has become one of my theme songs for TFA and all the new kids, there’s something about it which is very beautiful and fits so well thematically ;;
AND BONUS PIC: Finn + Rey (+ Poe’s jacket of a thousand uses (〃▽〃) )