it's going to look awesome

Now make a face that puts the bad guys in their place
‘Til they regret the decisions they made that day
That led to standing in your way
- Warrior Face

Girls don’t want boys, girls want Dragon Age Origins remastered with Inquisition graphics.

my wife just pointed out that Rick O’Connell from The Mummy and Eliot Spencer from Leverage would be the ultimate mom friends together and now I want a movie of this, the two of them long-sufferingly trying to prevent their family/friends with no self-preservation instincts from getting themselves killed

anonymous asked:

how do you decide what to do with your face in pictures? there are a lot of tutorials on posing but they mostly just talk about the body and i feel like my face looks boring or weird in most pictures

AS ALWAYS this stuff takes practice. You get more comfortable the more you do it, but there are tips and shortcuts to help you achieve something more in your control then just smiling and hoping you look right. 

My favorite tips are the, “MMMM”  “me” “haha” and “you” tricks! And what they are, are words to say to yourself during your pose to help train your face into specific structures. 


For smiling for example, specifically with your mouth closed, practice saying “MMM” when you pose! It creates a really natural curve to your mouth, without making your cheeks ache and contract when you force yourself into a fake smile. I know this all sounds stupid, but seriously try it. Try it in some selfies, practice agnling your head. Say it out loud if you need to!

Here’s me saying “MMMM” to make a closed lipped smile! 

For an open mouthed, natural, teeth smile, say “Me” when you pose!! You can either say “Me” as you smile for a prounouced smile, or simply say it as the shutter goes off to catch a more candid looking, happy state of your face. 

These are all “me” poses, where im literally saying the word under my breath to train my face. 

Saying “You” so youself as you exhale through your lips, creates a very neutral, easy, UN TENSE, looking face. Its my go to for everything. YOU poses are awesome for static poses, where you just need your face to look normal, natural, and pretty. Lol. It’s great cause if you dont do this and keep your mouth closed, you often look boring or too stiff. Sayng “you” activates your muscles and livens your face enough that you dont look dead or lifeless. 

These are all You poses. I’m literally saying that word a I pose. And some of these I say YOU while putting a little smile in there by thinking happy thoughts.

I don’t use “HAHA” as much, but it really is just like you might think. Saying HAHA out loud as you pose creates that easy going, natural look of laughing. 

As you might tell, Posing is a lot about ACTING as well as knowing your body. 

SO GET LOOSE. In between photos im CONSTANTLY moving around. And after a few shots im cosntantly stretching my mouth wide, making fish faces, puffing my cheeks, RELAXING my muscles so they don’t do that horrendous School Day smile that we all dread. 

And again PRACTICE. Get in front of that mirror and try out a bunch of stuff. Try DIFFERENT WORDS to see what saying them dos to your expression. Try angles and poses at home, so when the camers in front of you, your ready. 

Then youll be able to do more complicated stuff too. 

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Always looking across to the other side. 

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please ignore the bad colouring it was a pain in the assbutt ¿ⓧ_ⓧﮌ

Hey @the people who run BTU’s TV Tropes page:

Hi! I may not know you by name, but I know you look at my blog, and I just wanted to say again what a fantastic job you’re doing.

There’s just one itty-bitty detail you’ve noted that’s been bothering me because it isn’t true: Nino and Alya didn’t break up for a second time. Yes, they fought in Ch. 32, but that’s all it was: a fight. Nino just needed some space, and when he came back, he and Alya made up. I note that they hadn’t broken up again in Ch. 35, but a LOT happened in that chapter, so you might’ve missed it.

That’s all I wanted to say! Sorry for this weird post, but I kind of don’t have any other way to contact y'all. 😅Rereading the Tropes page always makes my day, though, so again, thank you! 💜

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THE FLASH | 3.08 | Invasion!

We knew you would come.

anonymous asked:

k...komaeda and,,, deaf reader,, anything,, maybe..

Nagito Komaeda/Deaf Reader

Submission attempt 2.0! Hopefully my computer actually cooperates this time-
Anyway! I saw a request for Komaeda and a deaf reader, and I got a little bit excited at the opportunity to experiment with writing both Ko and a deaf character. Both of which I have never attempted before, so hopefully this turned out okay. This is also my first time posting my writing in a public place, so any constructive criticism is welcome for this newbie.

I couldn’t resist adding the slight feels at the end there. Sorry not sorry. ~gracefulguardgoyle


Never before had you seen your boyfriend, Nagito Komaeda, as enthusiastic as the time in which he asked you to teach him sign language. It came as a surprise to you, since you’d never really seen him get excited about anything before. But when he explained that he wanted to learn in order to be able to communicate more efficiently with you, you couldn’t help but feel happy. You see, you were born deaf, and when communicating with people who didn’t know ASL, you had to stick to reading their lips and then writing on a notepad you carried with you. You had gotten much better at it ever since you entered Hope’s Peak Academy, but it was still a bit of a hassle. Of course his willingness to learn made you happy. So who were you to turn him down? After agreeing to teach him, you both worked out a plan for him to stop by at your house later that evening to begin his lessons. Tonight’s lesson would be fingerspelling, which he was more than happy to agree to. After parting ways, you made your way home, excited for this evening.

And that pretty much explains how you had come to this situation. You and Nagito were sitting on the couch in your house. Your notepad was sitting in your lap with random words and sentences scribbled all over it, and your pencil was tucked behind your ear. Nagito sat beside you, watching you— specifically your hands— intently as you made the sign for the letter X for the second time. You then motioned for him to do the same, and he obeyed. This time he got it right, after a minor mistake with the positioning of his thumb. You offered the luckster a smile and a nod to confirm that he had made the sign correctly this time, and his face lit up.

Removing the pencil from your ear, you found some extra space on the page already open on your notepad and wrote something down quickly. You then showed it to Nagito, who searched for the new writing on the page before taking a brief moment to actually read it.

“Next, of course, is the sign for the letter Y.” He read in a mumble. He then directed a smile at you, nodding his head to confirm his readiness. This was just something you’d been doing before every new sign. Despite the fact that he told you he would know you were moving on if you hadn’t given a notice beforehand, you still felt the need to do so. You just didn’t want to confuse him, that’s all. You wanted to be extra careful and make sure he understood. When he stated that there was no need to be so careful with “trash” like him, you simply fixed him with a glare before scribbling your retorts on your notepad. There was even a whole page dedicated to these retorts every time he made these self-depreciating comments. Eventually he just gave up on trying to convince you of the meaninglessness of these warning, and you two carried on.

It only took Nagito one try to get the sign for the letter Y correct after watching you do it once. After the usual smile and nod of confirmation and the written notice about moving on to the next sign, you showed him the final sign. The letter Z. Again, it only took him one try to get it correct. Once again you confirmed this, and then grabbed your pencil again. You found the last bit of available space on the paper, and wrote out a new message.

The message read, “You’re doing great! You seem to be getting it really well, Nagito!” After reading it, a small smile tugged at the corners of the boy’s mouth, and he looked up from the paper to meet your (e/c) eyes.

“What’s with the praise and enthusiasm, (y/n)?” He asked with a light laugh. He leaned back against the arm of the chair, running a hand through those white locks of his briefly. “I’m not that great. I only just started learning today, after all. Besides, trash like me doesn’t deserve your p—”

You cut Nagito off by gently smacking him on the head with your notepad. Placing it back on your lap, you flipped to a new page and began writing on it again. Once you were finished with your scribbling, you showed it to him with a pout on your face, and he read it aloud.

“Quit talking like that, Nagito. You are not trash. You are not worthless. You are not scum. You are perfect. You are my everything. I love you so much. So please, stop talking like that.”

The boy raised a brow after he finished reading, then looked back at you again. He then chuckled as he gently removed the notepad from your hands and placed it on the coffee table, and then place his own hands in yours. “I’ll never understand how you manage to feel that way about me, but I suppose I won’t complain. I’m just so lucky that you do. And I love you too, my little hope.”

With that, he leaned forward and pressed his lips to yours. You happily returned the kiss, and when you two parted after a moment, a smile graced your features as you mouthed a silent ‘thank you’. You then grabbed the notepad again and wrote out yet another message.

“Think you can sign the alphabet now? Of course it’s alright if you can’t— that is quite a bit to memorize.”

After reading this, Nagito pursed his lips in thought, and his gaze drifted to the nearest wall as he did. After a few seconds, he fixed his gaze back on you, and that usual smile was back on his face.

“Sure, but I’d like to try and sign something else before I do that,” he told you. You raised a brow and tilted your head slightly, wondering what he could possibly be thinking of. Nevertheless, you nodded your head as a sign for him to go on. You watched him as he began to spell something out, going very slowly as to make sure he was getting each sign correct.

I… L… O… V… E… Y… O… U…

By the time he finished, Nagito was blushing ever so slightly. It took a minute for you to put it together in your head with his slow and drawn-out pace, but of course you got it. And when you did, your cheeks matched his in color.

He hadn’t really expected you to start giggling. At that point, he became afraid that he had made the wrong sign somewhere in there and completely changed the meaning. He watched nervously as you grabbed your pencil and paper and scribbled some more. But that nervousness was alleviated when he read what you had written out for him.

“I love you too, silly! And good job signing there. You really have caught on quick. Next time we’ll work on your speed though. And there’s a faster way to sign ‘I love you’, by the way. I’ll show you.”

He looked up from the paper to see that you were showing him a new sign with your free hand. Your pinkie, index finger, and thumb were raised while your middle and ring fingers were curled down at your palm, and you pushed that hand slightly toward him. He mimicked the sign and gesture, earning a sweet smile from you. Then you went scribbling on your paper again.

“Good job, Nagito! Remember that one~ I’ll teach you more phrases and words later on. For now, why don’t we get some sleep? It’s getting pretty late. You can stay over, if you want.”

“Are you sure you want trash like m—” The glare you sent his direction told him not to finish that sentence, so he obeyed. Instead, he smiled and stood up from the couch, extending a deathly pale hand towards you. “That sounds like a good idea, (y/n). Shall we go, then?”

Satisfied with the fix, you returned the smile and nodded your head. You took his hand and allowed him to help you up, then led him upstairs to your room. After placing the notepad and pencil on the nightstand beside your bed, you sat down on the mattress and tugged him down next to you. Before he could protest, you pulled the blankets up over you both and wrapped your arms tightly around him to prevent his escape. Surprisingly, he didn’t struggle too much. He just chuckled and wrapped his arms around your waist and placed his chin atop your head.

“So persistent, (y/n),” he whispered. However, you had no idea, since you weren’t in a position that allowed you to read his lips. But you didn’t mind. You simply closed your eyes and nuzzled into your loving boyfriend, and soon enough you were out like a light. He remained awake just a little bit longer, with a small smile on his face as he gently ran a hand through your (h/c) locks.

He loved moments like this. He loved the peace and serenity that came with simply holding you in his arms. He could ask for nothing more than this, than you. You were his beacon of hope, because to him, your hope shined brighter than anyone else in the entire academy. You were his everything.

He missed you more than anything else during his time on Jabberwock Island. His thoughts of you kept him from completely snapping, even though the others thought he had already passed that point. And you were the last thought that raced through his mind as he inhaled the poison gas that would lead to his demise.

Wentworth Miller: Recently, I did a Q&A at a college campus… the only thing they wanted to talk about was Prison Break. And everyone in the room was 17, 18 years old, so they were just coming to it. For them, the show is present tense. And that hammered home for me that, because of technology and social media, this stuff has a second life.’

What are you looking to do next?

Dominic Purcell: We want to work together again. We want to come up with a TV concept [where] we can work together. If we can come up with something brilliant, we’ll make it happen.

Wentworth Miller: I’m looking to do a bit of both. Maybe I’m working on a show as an actor and I’m writing the odd episode. I’ve had the experience of working in Hollywood as a feature film writer. Unfortunately, I did not encounter a lot of respect there, but in TV, the writer is king. That’s the fountainhead, that’s the source.

DP: And I’ve said to Wentworth, “You’re a fucking brilliant writer, so why not be the executive producer, the guy that writes the fucking pilot, and the guy that chooses to act in five episodes rather than 15?” We’re also exploring the possibility of doing a Prison Break reunion, end of chapter or whatever it is.

WM: A hidden chapter, a limited series, something. That model of [24: Live Another Day] and either flash back, like, This is what you didn’t see, or Where are they now? in a reunion set-up.

What excites you about the idea of playing these men again?

DP: Just to discover what’s happened to them, how far they’ve journeyed. I don’t see it being another series; I see it being a standalone movie or a miniseries. But, again, I want to work with Wentworth on something completely separate from all that and make that work.

WM: I’m also excited by the possibility, or the potential of going back and taking a look at Michael Scofield as a man who is now 43, as opposed to when I was starting out at 33, because I will come at it from a different angle. I have a different set of skills and experiences to bring to the table.


Is a reunion movie something you’re exploring in a legitimate way with Fox or is it just an idea for now?

DP: Legitimate.

WM: We were shooting the breeze on set of The Flash and having a good time being back together and reminiscing and out of that came this, “Wouldn’t it be cool…” The wheels are in motion, but things take time.

DP: That’s the other thing about Prison Break: It never stops. That’s the thing about new media. It’s like we have a new generation of Prison Break fans, thanks to Netflix.

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@ceata88 got me this really lovely LOVELY commission from @thatoneweirdooverthere of my oc Sidewinder for me!! I absolutely love it ((and Si loves his succulents :D))

@thatoneweirdooverthere​ is having a lineart sale you should really check them out their art is absolutely amazing!!!

“I wasn’t aware that super-mega-ultra-ley-cool was an adjective, Alan. Let alone one used to describe meditation.”

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