idk what else to tag this

Hey guys so I thought i’d do a cute little Tumblr Awards! ( don’t mind my super ugly banner its all I could come up with ) I’ve wanted to do one of these for soo long and I just want to thank every single one of you for this past year on here so heeree we go. Find everything under the cut.

Rules + Info:

Must be following me
Reblog this post
Likes will count as bookmarks only
One winner + runner up for each category
Must reach at least 50 notes
Must reblog before the 1st of December
Winners will be announced on the 15th of December


Ginny Weasley ~ Best Hp fandom blog
Sirius Black ~ Best URL
Cho Chang ~ Friendliest blogger
Luna Lovegood ~ Best desktop theme
Rubeus Hagrid ~ Best mobile theme
Harry Potter ~ Best Icon
Remus Lupin ~ Best multi-fandom
Molly Weasley ~ Best creations**
Oliver Wood ~ Best overall
Draco Malfoy ~ Personal favs

**Please put your creations tag in the tags of this post when you reblog it so it helps me have a better look


A follow from me ( if not already )
3 Promo’s whenever your little heart desires
A place in my heart
A spot on my fam page ( message me who you wanna be + a small quote)
A place on my birthdays list

Runner ups

A follow from me ( if not already )
Two promo whenever your little heart desires
A place on my birthdays list
A place in my heart

i did this piece a while ago for a friend’s first solo-curated gallery so i think it’s okay to post :O!!! it’s a big one. the theme was “quiet moments” and i wanted to depict the wonder you feel as a child when it comes to exploration and the unknown at one of the quietest times of day (5 am)



since it seems to be the consensus that being the weird girl is lesbian culture i think we can all agree that harper from wizards of waverly place was a lesbian

Voltron Theme [Epic Trailer Version]
Voltron Theme [Epic Trailer Version]

tfw voltron hits the Big Screen™. so here’s my attempt scoring some music for Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender, as if it were a cinematic trailer. Some notes on composition below. Enjoy!!  

note: original VLD Opening Titles written by Alexander Geringas. This is most definitely a homage to his work.

extra: new version here (with updated brass samples + improved mix)

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the signs as out of context things my friends have said
  • aries: "do i have rabies? because i would love that."
  • taurus: (clearly eating a muffin) "why is there a hole in my doughnut?"
  • gemini: "c'mon, caffeine. dilate my blood vessels."
  • cancer: "i like it. it screams...'motel curtains'."
  • leo: "and the Pope was like 'boy, bye'."
  • virgo: "she's not dead, she's having her third stroke."
  • libra: "no high-fives? what is this, the apocalypse???"
  • scorpio: "i like my momma with thick thighs."
  • sagittaurus: "i cleaned my legs. you wanna see?"
  • capricorn: (annoyed) "when we ask technicalities, incest happens."
  • aquarius: "yeaaahh, see, that's where i ended up last night. on the flat earth society wiki."
  • pisces: (lunging after napkin) "i spEAK FOR THE TREES."
Here’s how you stop being average:
When you wake up in the morning and need to brush your teeth, and you have that thought, “Oh, I should actually floss too,” then floss.
When you go to make yourself breakfast and you have that thought, “Oh, I said I was going to eat healthier,” make the healthy choice instead of the unhealthy one.
When you go to head to train for work and you have the choice between taking the stairs or the escalator, and you hear that voice in your head that says, “Oh, I said I was going to be more physically active,” take the stairs.
When you get into work and you sit down in front of your first task, and you have that thought, “Oh, I said I was going to work on being more productive,” turn off all distractions and get to work—instead of browsing Facebook, for example.
When you leave work and you’re exhausted and you have that thought, “Oh, I said I was going to work on my book this week,” don’t go to the bar. Go home and work on your book.
When you get ready for bed and you feel like winding down, and you have that thought, “I said I was going to read more instead of watching so much Netflix,” pick up a book instead of opening a web browser.
Being average is a choice—that’s what a lot of people don’t understand.
You know what you need to do. And a tiny, faint voice in your head reminds you of what you need to do, or what you had said you were going to do, a lot more often than you might realize.
Start listening to that voice.
—  Nicolas Cole