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pixelpathogen  asked:

sorry not a question, your blog is so pretty

!!!!!

Originally posted by crystalgemgifs

Thank you so much !! I’m very glad you like it !! Yours looks really soft, sweet and cozy !!  ❤ ❤

anonymous asked:

When did you realise you were, you know, attracted to one another? Was it a build up thing with tension or was it sudden and shocking?

I was surprised that Arthur had invited to have tea with him. Its was really nice to talk to an old friend again. The funny thing is though, happiness and love, are close related emotions. And the mind likes to blur the line. 

But, I do not know what it was like for Arthur… -Ivan

My first digital piece in years and i had to do it with a mouse. sigh. couldve added a little more detail with a tablet but ya know. Anyway, thought itd be interesting to do comics about how the ghosts died and this is sorta my take on Ember. i might do the others but idk.

Oh gosh, that was a really great episode. Great message (especially for kids), beautiful animation, and lots of emotion. Loved it!

I thought “Here Comes a Thought” would be either a Steven/Connie song or a Ruby/Sapphire song and turns out its both! I like the imagery of thoughts running away with you as the butterflies, multiplying and swarming. One on its own is managable, but ignore it or focus too much on it it just keeps building. I dunno, its a nice visual representation for something so abstract

Seems like ‘visions’, seeing things that aren’t there, is a Fusion thing, judging by Garnet’s description. So in “Alone Together” with the disco ball vision and in “Beach City Drift” with the vision of the road being torn up, were caused by either Steven or Connie (or both of them separately) falling apart

The last half of the episode really got to me. Poor Steven. We always know this stuff is weighing on him but he tries to shrug it off and hide it so we never really see how much he’s hurting from all the stuff he has to do. And so it was finally too much for him and he collapsed under it. Ultimately a good thing, I suppose, since now he’s opening up and understanding its OK to think about it and feel bad about it and that trying to ignore it will just make it keep getting worse. Curious to see this develop more

Anyway, yea, really great episode