joint warrior

There’s a “lemme smash” joke just waiting to be made.

Also yes, Zuzu in her newest outfit (read: the custom made one for my Serenade she decided looked better on her) and her super shiny eclipse21 wig that got its first proper pic. All of this to appease the evil queen cause I did not drag her on vacation with me (oops)

The ‘what is what’
Iplehouse JID Violet with DollLegend Jointed hands, face-up by Pearls of Danube, eyes from DollBakery, wig from eclipse21, outfit by silje, hotpants and fishnets by Iplehouse, bracers by nezumitoo, necklace by BlanchingQueen
Hammer by Leeke (blushing by Ara)

I dread being forced to sit in their fuckin’ tree-over a-beautiful-brook location they just happened to have happened across whilst wandering through the ass end of Belsize Park that morning, fetching a latte to submit to the lipid colony hanging from their protruding fat ass …

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( unfinished post for helen bee at thaac - mac is about to self combust! lol )

So some months ago, I got a Leeke hammer from luna_mikkelsen which was awesome cause I had coveted that thing ever since Leeke released the doll to which fullset it belonged years ago.

At first it was meant to go to one of my dwarfs but thankfully Ara come up with the best blushing idea so it was quickly decided that Pazuzu shall have it. Which solved a years long riddle of what damn weapon would she wield???

Of course it is a cartoonish magical girl hammer.

The ‘what is what’
Iplehouse JID Violet with DollLegend Jointed hands, face-up by Pearls of Danube, eyes from DollBakery, wig from Monique, outfit jewelry by nezumitoo (corset, bracers), Dollheimr (pants), Iplehouse top
Pauldrons from Withdoll, hammer from Leeke - both blushed by Ara

Nausicaa Monsters Rise from Debris at Japanese Beach

Nausicaa of the Beachfront


Hayao Miyazaki’s classic Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind depicts an epic battle of the beasts, as a so-called Giant Monster takes on a swarm of Ohm in one of the film’s climactic scenes.

Now one creative soul has recreated that iconic battle with giant figures made of – what else? – beach debris.

Yoichi Shigeyama of Yamaguchi, on the southern end of Japan’s main island, used a wheelbarrow and rake to assemble and build the impressive pieces, which have become a hit on Twitter.

“Basically, I am just having fun,” Shigeyama, 55, told the Asahi Shimbun.

Of course, there’s a deeper meaning at work here too, posits Asahi writer Minoru Ito: the fact Shigeyama has so much debris to choose from is reflective of our wasteful society, which just happens to be the main theme of the Nausicaa. It’s all connected, man.

Nausicaa’s Giant Warriors, by the way, also appeared in the Hideaki Anno/Shinji Higuchi/Studio Ghibli joint Giant God Warrior Appears in Tokyo, which is the coolest thing this side of the new Godzilla flick.

Rolling waves, heartbeat of the ocean.

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Keron King signals the pilots of an MH-60R Seahawk helicopter during preflight preparations aboard the guided-missile cruiser USS Anzio in the Atlantic Ocean, March 30, 2015. The Anzio is en route to Scotland to participate in Joint Warrior, a U.K.-led multinational training exercise. The MH-60R Seahawk is attached to the Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 48.

Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer HMS Diamond is pictured turning at speed during Exercise Joint Warrior off the coast of Scotland.

Exercise Joint Warrior is taking place during April 13-29 in the waters off, skies above and soil of Scotland. More than a dozen Royal Navy (RN) warships and submarines are committed to the annual war game. British warships are joined by more than 30 visiting warships, 40 fixed-wing aircraft and 30 helicopters.

Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer HMS Diamond is pictured turning at speed during Exercise Joint Warrior off the coast of Scotland.

Exercise Joint Warrior is taking place during April 13-29 in the waters off, skies above and soil of Scotland. More than a dozen Royal Navy (RN) warships and submarines are committed to the annual war game. British warships are joined by more than 30 visiting warships, 40 fixed-wing aircraft and 30 helicopters.