or where to put their logo ;~;


Katya and Violet bond in a deleted scene

This is a really sweet, cute moment. This whole youtube channel is full of great and funny scenes with the queens that never made it to air. In my opinion, season seven is worse without them. Kennedy talks about her life in the navy, Trixie and Max talk about going to school together, there’s even a scene where they show the painful hell Violet and the girls have to go through as beauty queens. It’s all humanizing gold. 

If they had put all of this back in as opposed to fake shade and drama, people would have viewed this season differently. 


 + actual phone calls screen caps from zen.

tried to find the english version calls but gave up and just translated what was said in korean. can’t remember where they were from.

++ when you put in hours in your fan art and then you have to taint it with big ass logos cause you’ve witnessed and experienced *stuff in the past, so you sacrifice quality. 

If Torchwood ever gets another TV series, (preferably one where Tosh, Owen and Ianto aren’t dead,) they better put Torchwood logos on everything. The boxes, the weapons, the vehicles, the walls, the glass, the computers, the folders, the pens, the cutlery, the furniture, the doors, and everything else. They might as well have the whole team wear name tags that have the Torchwood logo on them, since they’re totally a top secret organization.

wd-ce  asked:

Hi! I wasn't sure how to ask the question (and make sense), but I was wondering how you came up with your logo? I'm on this journey of "logo discovery" and thought maybe if I got ideas /how/ it came about then I'd maybe get an idea of my own? (Although I'm sure that's not how it works but it's worth a try, right?)

hm!! Do you mean my personal BITEGHOST logo, or for BACKLASH? Cuz for BITEGHOST I went through a lot of different ideas. I came up with the brand/username that I wanted to use, and then played around with the connotations of it? Like, what images come to mind when I think of ‘bite’ and ‘ghost’? (Turns out it’s a Skeleton and a Pac-Man ghost lookin thing, haha). Here’s one of the sketchpages where I just, drew a bunch of different variations of what it might look like (along with first passes at the BITEGHOST persona):

For BACKLASH’s logo, well, I honestly didn’t put much thought into it (unfortunately! it could have been so cool!!). I realized that a capital K and L made a triangle if put together, and in that triangle I could draw Alias’ logo! So all I had to do was find a font that was blocky, and then close the gap between the ‘K’ and the ‘L’ so that I could draw Alias’ pin shape in it! That was all I really wanted to do with it like, I was obsessed with getting that triangle to look juuuuuust right, haha!

that’s really all the BACKLASH logo is. Nothing special or fancy, sorry… hope that was maybe somehow helpful!!

Just a reminder to peeps never to do design contests where they only offer you several hundred dollars as a prize. I’ve seen contests where a big name company, nationally known held a rebranding/logo contest to college students and would have only paid them 500$. 

Thats what you would make -before taxes- working one full week at $12.50 an hour.

Stuff like that is what companies would normally pay thousands of dollars for minimum to rebrand, so don’t settle. Always read the fine print. Most contests I’ve seen, the artist gets shafted to some degree. Always consider the hours you need to put in, the value of the work you’re doing, and the value of the company (based on their size is the pay they’re offering stingy or reasonable?), and if you win or submit your work if they’ll get all copyright to it to do whatever they want with it. 


Biker Surface Fell Boys

I know we all view Pyrus as kind of a classy dresser, but I am honestly so down for interpretations where he has a sort of put-together biker aesthetic going on. Vests with nothing underneath, jackets with too many logos, black leather pants, spiked boots, all worn with a sort of casual elegance. Sans, once he gets aboveground and can stop using the jacket and collar as a defense mechanism, goes for something similar, albeit sloppier.

Papyrus gets a motorcycle once he hits the surface. Sleek, powerful, and fast. He’s addicted to the way it feels. Sans gets one too. With all his interest in mechanics, he picks up the junkiest one he can find and soups up the engine to dangerous levels. With the Royal Guard dissolving and Papyrus not really having a purpose in his life anymore, they both decide to road trip

-Them playing pool in dives, Sans nursing a bottle of cheap alcohol while Papyrus cleans up on bets. Sometimes a fight will break out. They almost prefer it when one does.

-They both never really get tired of exploring the variety the Surface holds in terms of landscape. Monsters stayed in their own zones Underground. Here there are no such restrictions.

-Papyrus can’t stand seedy motels and so they generally end up camping out under the stars on longer trips. Its the most they’ve talked in years, and it brings them closer than they’ve been in a while

-Frisk riding on the back of Papyrus’ bike, wearing an oversized helmet. 

-Papyrus constantly nagging Sans about showing off on his bike, he’s gonna get killed one of these days, when Papyrus himself can’t resist popping wheelies when he’s in a good mood.

-Undyne drag-racing Papyrus

Biker Fell Boys

Inside Lana Del Rey’s Lust For Life: A Chat With the New Video’s Director
  • Pitchfork: What was the concept for this video?
  • Clark Jackson: We wanted to play with the idea of old 16mm instructional videos mixed in with the fifties and sixties era sci-fi shows. We loved the idea of playing with magic, something slightly noir which is very her, something a little playful which is also very her. And of course, we did it because of the reveal of the album title which she’s really excited about. We also wanted to tie in this idea that Lana was talking about the power of positive vibrations and the idea that positive thoughts can make a difference...that's why she wanted to send little hearts out to the world. We also wanted to put in a whole bunch of hidden tie-ins to the rest of her album. In the end, there are not very many items represented there, but each of them means something—each thing was placed on purpose. We want people to ask, “Why a ladder? Why the seven planets?” As songs and the rest of the album are released, they will become more clear.
  • Pitchfork: Last month, Lana tweeted about a nationwide occult effort trying to remove President Trump from office through witchcraft. How does the occult factor into this video?
  • Clark Jackson: That’s actually kind of funny, we never talked directly about witchcraft or the occult, we were more having fun with the idea of the zany world of old TV shows and noir etc. Maybe that idea of positive vibrations, and the idea of if we can put positive out into the world that maybe we can make a positive difference ties in there somewhere, but truthfully I don’t know.
  • Pitchfork: The video features a bunch of symbols. Most people recognized the Weeknd's XO logo, but what you can tell me about the other symbols?
  • Clark Jackson: I can’t tell you what all the images were for. Each was important and I think in time, each will be revealed.
  • Pitchfork: How did the monolog come together? Any particular inspirations there?
  • Clark Jackson: You will have to ask Lana directly about where the monolog came from. She pulled up to a meeting with me and it was something that she had recorded on her cell phone. She said “let’s do something like this,” but it was so perfect that we didn’t edit a word of it and used it as is.
  • Pitchfork: Vevo lists Benny Blanco, Emile Haynie, and Rick Nowels as co-producers, with you, on this video. What did they contribute?
  • Clark Jackson: Vevo does that—they don’t always differentiate between the video producer and the producers of the record, the music, etc. I am just happy to be in their fine company, some of the finest music minds in the industry.
  • Pitchfork: Any standout memories of working with Lana on this?
  • Clark Jackson: Lana is amazing to work with. She has a real vision but lets you get in her head and see if you can add to it. It is the best case scenario. She knows what she needs but wants you to add your own spark to it, too. There is this sense when I work with her that she gives everything of herself, and that comes out in just how powerful her music is.
  • Pitchfork: There are a lot of visual effects here: the ghostly Lana, the flickering stars over Los Angeles, the Statue of Liberty’s torch being snuffed out. What was the most challenging part about directing this?
  • Clark Jackson: The hardest part of this whole video was the Hollywood sign. We wanted a night shot of the Hollywood sign as it looked, all lit up in the 1950s. Of course, the sign is not lit up anymore. So I and a few friends built the sign and the mountain out of papier-mâché, foam, chicken wire, and old school Hollywood-style model-making in my garage. The neighbors thought I had lost my mind when they saw me knee deep in papier-mâché. Blink and you will miss it, but all of that from the tower to the sign to the bushes and trees were all made by hand. Probably would have been so much easier to have someone build it in 3D, but it was so much fun playing in mud, glue, and paint for three days.
  • Pitchfork: What was your involvement on the “Love” video? Anything you can please tell us about the visual aesthetic there?
  • Clark Jackson: I produced the “Love” video. Rich Lee is this amazing director, so anytime I can work or play with him, I jump in. As a producer, my job is to try to come up in real space all of the amazing ideas that the director has in their head. We had a couple of main shoot days, then we ran all over Southern California for several days to shoot all the cool otherworldly landscapes.
  • Pitchfork: What can we expect, visually or sonically, from Lust for Life?
  • Clark Jackson: Just like on the clues in the video, I’ve been sworn to secrecy, but I think I can safely say that the first single is going to be rather Hollywood-centric. It ties in for sure.

Consider this a call-out post aimed at anyone who’s drawn Trunks ever.

You know you have a stack where he’s wearing the CC logo don’t lie ;)

It’s been a long day. Work has been kicking your ass.

You make it to the bus stop and put your bag down. That’s when you notice it.
Is that….? That can’t be real? Have you repressed your tickle thoughts so bad that you’re seeing things?!

You take a step back and a wave of embarrassment washes all over you, leaving an after tingle that you know so well.
Then you have your usual paranoid thoughts when you tickle blush. Everyone can see you, people know, you’ve just given your kink away, someone is about to call you out and publicly shame you.

But you are alone. Standing and staring at the sign.
You read it over and over and the fact you haven’t been tickled today, or in a week, becomes more apparent to you.
Sadness creeps in behind your bush but before it can have any power you notice the email address on the poster, just below the logo.

Without thinking you take out your phone and stare at the screen.
Curiosity has you now, you start to compose an email. Even you are surprised at your bravery…

‘[iwilltickle@gmail.com] Hi, I haven’t been tickled today’

As you press send, you get butterflies, then tingles climb up your body and feed your blush.

You are just about to put your phone back when it pings…

‘Hello. We need to fix your situation don’t we? Stay where you are, I’ll come and pick you up.’

Reading the reply your hands shake and you start to feel light headed…. what have you done?

Saving Miss Delano (Biadore) - Puking Dreams

AN: Hellooo, this is my first fic. There’s not really a point to it and I’m not sure where the idea came from but basically it’s about Adore getting herself into a bad situation and how Bianca will always be there to save her. I didn’t proof read it much so I apologize in advance for any typos. Feel free to give feedback and tell me if it sucks or not. Hope you enjoy!

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Thunderstorm Run (H.R. Wells x Reader)

Rating: M

Summary: Looking to get some productive work done, you, the Reader, start your day at S.T.A.R. Labs early to avoid the chaos that normally comes with Team Flash. What you didn’t count on was H.R. coming in from a morning run in a torrential downpour, totally drenched, and had lost his shirt along the way, apparently… So much for productive!

A/N: The title is taken from Cav’s Instagram caption on his photo that inspired this hell-bound story. (See photo below the cut)

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the one with the tea

Shopping for groceries in the 21st century is completely overwhelming for someone who was quite literally transplanted from a time where food was rationed and there wasn’t as much variety on the shelves. That is, until Margaret Carter comes across the aisle 13 and she sees her beloved PG Tips amongst other brands of teas and coffee. Though the logo has changed and she’s not entirely certain it’ll taste the same - nothing else seems to and they are in America - the familiarity of it is enough for Peggy to put a box in her basket. 

Due to Steve’s eating habits, his kitchen was never fully stocked for too long, but with the recent addition of Peggy staying with him, his shelves were now almost completely bare. They had originally planned to do the food shop together, but a phone call from Maria Hill at 4am that morning altered their plans. He had apologised to her way too many times whilst getting dressed before she finally silenced him with a kiss and an “I’ll be fine, darling. It’s only the grocer’s.” 

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So with paypal’s updated TOS (the $2500 fine, hopefully we’re all aware about it if not read about it here) there’s been more of a push to use invoices. Invoices are handy because you’re in full control of how you receive money - and you can send payment reminders! However, through my digging, there has not been an up to date invoice tutorial! Fortunately, the new Invoices page is not too difficult to understand - but read on under the cut.

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For the Love of Fluffy


Prompt Rating: M/E

Note: Requests are open again so please see [this] post for rules if you’d like to make one! As tumblr is the only site that will let me list an individual rating per chapter I’ll rate them as content demands. However the larger compilation on both FFN and AO3 are rated M.

Thank you to @ahumanintraining I hope this is what you wanted because I took forever working it out in my head haha! My shame is evident in your Christmas theme. Whoops.

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Hi my name is Jason Todd and I have short ebony black hair and icy blue eyes like limpid tears and a lot of people tell me I look like Ten Year Old Bruce Wayne (AN: if u don’t know who he is get da hell out of here!). I’m not related to Dick Grayson but I wish I was because he’s a major fucking hottie. I’m back from the dead but I’m not a zombie cuz that’s gross. I have pale white skin. I’m also a vigilante, and I fight crime with a guy called Batman in Gotham where I’m seventeen. I’m a goth (in case you couldn’t tell) and I wear mostly black. I love the Batcave and I get all my clothes from there. For example today I was wearing a red vest with the robin logo, a yellow cape, green short shorts, a domino mask and green pixie boots. was wearing black lipstick, white foundation, black eyeliner and red eye shadow. I was walking outside in Gotham. It was snowing and raining so there was no sun, which I was very happy about. A lot of preps stared at me. I put up my middle finger at them.

“Hey Jason!” shouted a voice. I looked up. It was… Dick Grayson 

“What’s up Dick?” I asked.

 "Nothing.“ he said shyly. But then, I heard my friends call me and I had to go away

The Lego Batman Movie Review

Just saw the Lego Batman Movie, and it was surprisingly very good! It was much better than I was expecting, and was even a lot better than The Lego Movie.

This movie is more than just a cash grab movie based on a famous toy line and DC Superhero. This movie is more than just a parody of Batman, it has a surprisingly well made plot, and a lot of fun surprises throughout. There are a lot of fun jabs at nearly anything Batman and DC Comics related. There’s also surprise appearances from other villains from non DC related franchises. This had more crossover material than the original Lego Movie even, which is quite shocking, since you’d think this would’ve only focused Lego versions of Batman characters, with a few DC Hero cameos thrown in.

The action, and humor in this was fantastic. The climax of the movie was both exciting, and surprisingly emotional, I heard a few people crying a few seats behind me. This movie not only had a lot of great references to previous Batman portrayals from over 90 years of DC comic history, but it also offered a lot of new stuff that no Batman portrayal has ever really tackled well before. Even Batman in this movie had a lot of depth, and character development throughout the film, there were even times where I felt so sorry for him in this movie, there was a lot of emotion put into this.

The voice acting was great as well, like Will Arnett as Batman, Michael Cera as Robin, Zach Galifianakis as Joker, and Rosario Dawson as Barbara Gordon/Bat Girl. The humor was so funny as well, right from the beginning, we hear Batman side commenting on the cliche of opening logos and movie intros. The movie even went as far as admitting last year’s Batman VS Superman, and Suicide Squad were big disappointments. It’s so ironic how a film called The Lego Batman Movie ended up being a lot better than DC’s 2 big hitters from last year, and it didn’t get as much promotion as those 2 critical disappointments.

The audience was laughing throughout the film, I heard more laughs coming from teens and adults, than the actual little kids who dragged their parents into seeing it. The movie was definitely the funniest super hero related film I’ve ever seen. One part that cracked the whole theater up, was when Robin meets Bruce Wayne, and he’s just thrilled to meet Bruce. He mentions how his name is Richard, but everyone at the Orphanage calls him Dick. Bruce then says “Yes, kids can call people very cruel names…”

So yeah, The Lego Batman Movie was surprisingly a very fun movie to watch, and was worth watching in theaters. If anyone saw the Lego Movie, but didn’t like it, I encourage you to still give this one a chance, it is a lot better, funnier, more action packed, and even more heart warming than The Lego Movie.

Runaway Bride: A Swanfire One Shot

This would not leave my head when I woke up this morning. It’s not really based on the Julia Roberts movie, though it’s referenced in there. Fair warning: not H00k friendly. It takes place in an alternate universe, in a world without magic.

Title: Runaway Bride

Pairing: Emma Swan/Neal Cassidy

Plot: Neal expected a lot of things from the Saturday afternoon crowd at the bar where he worked. What he wasn’t expecting was a woman dressed in a wedding dress to waltz in, frazzled curls and clutching a veil along with a purse and a red leather jacket.

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Bill Sienkiewicz 1985-1987: Selections from Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe

Marvel’s 80s-era Handbooks really rocked my world. Mark Gruenwald, Eliot R. Brown and company really brought something wonderfully nerdtastic to the world of comics. And if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, DC must have though so too. While I have a distinct preference of Marvel’s Handbooks over DC’s Who’s Who, one area where DCs offerings surpassed the Handbooks is the treatment of the art for the characters. Every character got his or her own logo and the 1-color background art provided a great way to put the character in context.

Shown above are all of Sienkiewicz’s contributions to the series and — appropriately enough — they are brimming with character.

Gilded Butterfly: a JB fic

Chapter 1

Here’s what they don’t tell you about being cheated on: nothing can ever be the same.

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