Okay I’ve attempted to make a follow forever for quite some time now and honestly this took forever to make anyway?? But I’ve reached 1200 which I feel is a decent milestone so I wanted to make one of these to celebrate! :D I do want to preface though, because I’ve mentally said it over probably thirty times at least as I was making this that I truly am sorry that I’m the worst person ever at communication and literally I love to talk to anyone, but sometimes I genuinely forget and don’t look in my IMs for months on end and the next time I see it I’m like?? Oh wow they probably hate me for taking so long should I still reply?? Lolol, but yeah I’ll go ahead and do these but I’m gonna do the special shoutouts at the bottom ^.^ But honestly thank you and I love you to everyone who follows me and who I follow and I appreciate all of you and I know I forgot people so chances are even if you’re not on here I’ll still follow you forever??
Very little has brought me more joy than Twelve’s guitar. The first time we saw it in Season 9, I was shocked and delighted. And then I found myself looking. Really looking.
My God, I thought. He is actually playing that guitar. Like, properly playing it.
You would not have thought it could work. But it does. Because the more you think about it, the more you see that the Doctor has always had a bit of punk rock in his hearts. He has always been a progressive, fast-paced, anti-establishment rebel. And so has Peter of Dreamboys fame. So it’s just so right. A perfect intersection of the the man and the character.
More than just being a beautiful, exuberant celebration of what the Doctor stands for, the guitar was also an amazing storytelling tool. It was a poignant, powerful way to express what the Doctor was feeling at any given moment without requiring a single word of dialog.
Perhaps my favorite example of this was a scene that unfortunately had to be cut from The Pilot to make way for a better montage. In this scene, the Doctor is shown in the backdrop of a bar playing guitar. And in the foreground, the sudden, world-changing moment that Bill and Heather met.
The song is exhilarating and beautiful, like young love. But there is a shadow of wistful melancholy to it. And the Doctor’s expression is both tender and sad as he plays. We’re left to wonder why, but knowing that the song’s name is “I Forget” is implication enough.
Young love newly starting and something lost all at the same time. A juxtaposition that sums up much of Twelve very succinctly: “Everything ends, and it’s always sad. But everything begins again, and that’s always happy.”
Give yourself to the Dark Side. It is the only way you can save your
friends. Yes; your thoughts betray you. Your feelings for them are
strong. Especially for your… sister. So, you have a twin sister.
Your feelings have now betrayed her too. Obi-Wan was wise to hide her
from me. Now, his failure is complete. If you will not turn to the Dark
Side… then perhaps she will… (Insp)
i dead been trying to figure out how to do transparent/glass objects for like 2 months now and i can’t. like i’ll try for 2 mins and nothing works and then i give up again until another 2 weeks or so.
the alpha is so confusing to me like idk how to make it look like how it’s suppose to. and everyone i’ve asked doesn’t know either though. who knows how to make glass/transparent objectssssss?? if you do i’d love you forever if you can lend a handddddd or maybe some advice pleaseee and thanksss.