midnight letter

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POTH CHILDREN PT. 1


YES, PART 1………… NUMERO UNO

IMMA TRY TO DRAW ALL THE POTH CHILDREN
(not including the children from Jammy Hood, Fell!Palette x Goth children and Fell!Poth children)

I’m sorry that the two(Astar and Twinkle Sickle(?)) doesn’t have colors XD I don’t know what their colors are…so..yeah…….sorry ;w;

TIME FOR THE CREDIIIIIIIIIIITS

Poth Children

//Pastel// @torosiken
//Black Letter// @the-animecraver26
//Astar// @vivynek0
//Acrylic// @azzyloraluck
//Twinkle Sickle(?)// @nommmm–73
//Vital// @tawny-hero
//Claudia(?)// @insane-ej-blog
//Cassie// @smolcassie
//Midnight// @sakaruchibi

Poth

//Palette// @angexci
//Goth// @nekophy
Dear, SJM Fandom

Can we all just give our fellow ToG and ACOTAR fan girls a huge round of applause 👏👏👏 because I kid you not EVERY SINGLE ONE OF YOU make my life better on a daily basis. From the writers who either break or put back together my heart with their beautiful, gut wrenching, fantastic fanfiction (not so discreetly points at @propshophannah @hermajestymanon and @underthe-mountain) that never fails to make my normally black heart feel again, to the theorists who, let’s face it are much more smart and observant then the rest of the world and to the kind hearts who are always there when you need to talk ( even less discreetly waves at @wyvernsandwildflowers ) THANK YOU so much for always listening. Even if you just like and reblog you are all so fantastic and amazing because this fandom wouldn’t thrive without you. And of course the biggest thank you to the Queen Sarah J. Mass herself for bringing these beautiful characters to life because my I wouldn’t be the same without them. It may seem stupid that a YA series could make such a difference but to me it’s not just some book series it’s a community, so thank you. Thank you for making a rough year just a little bit better. Thank you.

Hi! I made a Voltage gif, better late than never XD 

Gahhhhh I forgot A Knight’s Devotion! Sorry!

~Jessica

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Since its creation in 1999, Voltage Inc. has been a leading name in interactive romance novels. We develop more than apps—we produce dramas about love and the challenges associated with it. This passionate subject has created a passionate, talented community of fans. We are humbled by the interest shown by our fans in sharing our games and creating their own work based on our creations! At the same time, we at Voltage spend a lot of time, thought, and money creating these games you love, including the characters, music, sound effects, stories, and illustrations. We need to protect them so we can keep creating.

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I feel insecure from all those matters that kept on separating us apart. I envy the mug that touches your lips. I scorn the pillow and under sheets that covers your skin and tears. I’m offended at how your shower glazes those parts that I always kiss. Even the time and pressure that suffocates you—stealing your breath away.

I am insecure to those lenses that could apprehend your sly grin and whine. I cannot fathom to memorize just like your camera could memorize the minutes when you’re still far away. I am spilled into the decoy of your senses and I couldn’t imagine the missing letters of your book.

Am I supposed to be blinded by your dimmed lies? Or am I suppose to hold on to my greed that even you hurt me nice, I still can’t have you back?

—  v.q
4

When you find out your friend is a nerd.

(but for real Mike you have no right to look at Jay like that, you’re the biggest nerd ever and poor Jay has had to hear you ramble on about Star Trek for literally years.)

Me when I realize how deep I’m in the Voltage hell-hole

Oh well nothing can’t do about it ヾ(@⌒ー⌒@)ノ


Huedhaut MS

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Of my Goodreads goal of 150 books I have managed exactly seven. I tend to read multiple books at a time so it takes me a while to finish them all. My to be read shelf looks something like this. A day late Day 11 of the May challenge by @journaling-junkie

Prometheus,
When you stole the god’s fire -

when you watched the flesh of your hands burn and char, blister and heal over and over again; eyes never straying from the flames:
orange and bright and warm.

when you smelled its smoke, thick gray clouds that rose into your nostrils and stole away what little breath you had left in order to fuel itself further:
greedy and unrelenting and starving.

when you felt your hands melting, felt your skin become wax and slide off of bone and muscle before burning right through:
careless and destructive and glorious.

when you curled your fingertips around the flame and fed it pieces of yourself to keep it contained:
protected,
preserved.

- how did it feel?

—  we never deserved this gift of the gods (we never deserved you):
Unsent letters to gods
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Video Wednesday No.2 - Midnight

I am still so very very new to Crayoligraphy so I’m struggling with using the full fat edge. But I love the rough texture this gives when using just the point for the thin strokes. 

Check out the work of Colin Tierney @inabrush if you really want to learn about Crayoligraphy, I’ve signed up to his newsletter and I’m so keen to see what I can learn from him. 

20.1.2016