Despite her prominent role in Cursed Child, we seem to have a lack of Delphi art so here are some old pencil sketches I colored! I based her clothes off of @kingdomforscorbusdescription on her appearance and the one (can you believe it! one!) promo photo we have of her :’)

all of us at avocado house are taking a gouache workshop, and the teacher asked us to fill out a little info sheet and I’m just staring at these two questions in absolute terror

Favorite thing to draw:
Least favorite thing to draw:

@knight-of-night replied to your post: “I feel like I have checked every corner of this city/blog and I still…

I feel silly now, as for that other surprise, I might know what you’re talking about, feels like we might be visiting Minerva’s Den once more, well notyet# that is.

Originally posted by peccattuum

Oh. Um. I believe there was great miscommunication and misunderstanding there. (All courtesy of myself, I mean.) I haven’t actually seen (I watch, don’t play yet) the Minerva’s Den DLC. I mean, I plan to. I probably should soon to be honest. But no. The other surprise I mentioned has nothing to do with Minerva’s Den.

I’m sorry to you and anyone else who fell in the trap of misunderstanding due to my incompetence to properly hint at what I meant. The “other” surprise still has to do with this page.

I’m sure plenty of you are wondering why I made it stereotypically tech-ish and a poor imitation of a decompiler. One was so I had a page that was easier to update and took less time and energy to code. The previous one I kept having to adjust the small round icon to match its intended spot on the background, and, since I hated doing that, I wanted something incredibly simple. (Well, relatively simple. I ended up doing much more work than I wanted originally, but I absolute love how it came out and do not regret a thing.)

The second reason is the more important reason for you guys.

I promise you it’s not that hard of a secret to unravel. The whole layout of the secret is literally right under all your noses. ;)

If anyone has difficulty figuring out the second secret, I’ll be more than happy to assist you via hints and clues.

- Tenenbaum


Idris Elba: Speech on diversity in the media and film

I’m here to talk about diversity. Diversity in the modern world is more than just skin colour. It’s gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, social background, and - most important of all, as far as I’m concerned – diversity of thought. Because if you have genuine diversity of thought among people making TV & film, then you won’t accidentally shut out any of the groups I just mentioned.