plain hat

i’ve never drawn lucinda before so i took the chance to draw her finally

shes my favorite lesbian witch tbh 

also luci has big, fluffy, soft hair and nobody can take tht away from m e

my favorite davekat is  the kind of davekat where karkat lowkey takes on an alarming mixture of shitpost aesthetic unironically because he’s been way too influenced by dave mashing sbahj with his photography

Pirate Love (1)

Request:  hook imagine where you met him the first time when he was in Neverland and when he comes back with Emma and the others to rescue Henry that you two meet again and he remembers you. 
Paring:  Hook x Reader
Note: I actually used some Assassins Creed inspiration for this, I also have Harley Quinn feels so I Couldn’t help the detail about the clothes. This is going to have 3 chapters!

Originally posted by emmasneverland

Stealthily, your hand reached for the pocket of a traveler. You guessed to be royalty because of his attire. You looked quite wealthy, so it was easy to blend in and walk next to people without looking out of place. You were wearing flat black boots with tight trousers, they were easy to run in and jump in making it so much easier to get away encase you got caught. You also had a black loose corset on and black overcoat with red linen. Finished with a beautiful plain black hat with floral red flowers on the side. 

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List of necessary books and equipment for the first-year students

             HOGWARTS SCHOOL OF WITCHCRAFT AND WIZARDRY 

UNIFORM

First-year students will require:

1. Three sets of plain work robes (black)

2. One plain pointed hat (black) for day wear

3. One pair of protective gloves (dragon hide or similar)

4. One winter cloak (black, with silver fastenings)

Please note that all pupil’s clothes should carry name tags.

COURSE BOOKS

All students should have a copy of each of the following:

The Standard Book of Spells (Grade 1)

by Miranda Goshawk

A History of Magic

by Bathilda Bagshot

Magical Theory

by Adalbert Waffling

A Beginner’s Guide to Transfiguration

by Emeric Switch

One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi

by Phyllida Spore

Magical Drafts and Potions

by Arsenius Jigger

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

by Newt Scamander

The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self-Protection

by Quentin Trimble

OTHER EQUIPMENT

1 wand

1 cauldron (pewter, standard size 2)

1 set glass or crystal phials

1 telescope

1 set brass scales

Students may also bring, if they desire, an owl OR a cat OR a toad.


                     PARENTS ARE REMINDED THAT FIRST YEARS

                     ARE NOT ALLOWED THEIR OWN BROOMSTICK


Yours sincerely,

Lucinda Thomsonicle-Pocus

Chief Attendant of Witchcraft Provisions

‘With the mien of but a soldier in the ranks’ -General Grant-Here Grant’s dress is nearer uniform than usual 

A veteran recalls that it consisted ordinarily of a plain old army hat—‘slouch,’ as it was called—and fatigue coat, pretty well worn, with very little insignia of rank for outward show. 

Thus he was frequently taken by the soldiers along the line for some old cavalryman who was investigating affairs he knew nothing about. In his tours General Grant was often stopped by the guards around the camps and compelled to identify himself before the men would permit him to pass. It sometimes happened that the sentries knew the General well enough by sight, but since he was not in full uniform and bore no insignia of rank, they would solemnly compel him to halt until they could call for the officer of the guard, who would formally examine the general as to his identity. 

The Photographic History of The Civil War: in ten volumes, Thousands of Scenes Photographed 1861-65, with Text by many Special Authorities, Volume 9: Poetry and Eloquence.  Francis Trevelyan Miller, Ed.

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Accessories galore!!…

 The first pic is Nails looking pissed sporting his optional “Sneer” face plate and his optional fingerless glove hand sculpt!

  I finally got around to finishing and painting a pair, I’m also going to do a scaled down print of these that will work with Steve/Vince, Nails hands are a bit larger than Steves but will work with him.

  The third pic is Nails again, except this time instead of looking like hes about to pummel someone in a cage fight he looks like he needs a hug, haha.

  The fourth pic is of Spades (plain hatband) hat that will be included in his presale doll and kit release.

  The fifth pic is of Spades 75% finished boot sculpt, I still need to add detailing to the top of the boot shaft. These boots will be resin and cast in two parts and jointed at the ankle. To put them on him his foot needs to be unhooked then the boots shaft slid over the lower leg then the foot replaced with the “boot foot” sculpt.. It sound complicated but the feet and hands on all my dolls are easily changeable.

 The sixth pic is Spades finished gloved hand sculpt, its jointed at wrist and goes on similar to his boot sculpt.

  For those who missed my last big post or simply didn’t read down far enough my third “Share contest“ has begun!.  I do these every so often and they are always fun (especially the dart throwing part) To enter the contest all you have to do is share one of my posts (simple huh?) The more posts you share the more chances you have of winning :-) The prize will be one of my unfinished doll kits of your choosing! Steve, Vince, Nails or Mira and if you can wait till the end of March you could also choose a Spade kit!! :-D

  Basically the rules are pretty simple, you must watch my page, you cant post any condescending tags along with the share, you have to share the complete post, only one share per post will be counted, and the contest will run from now until the end in early February 2016.

One day, one rhyme- Day 616

Twice six, headwear to provide shade,
Sodden now, by the skies betrayed,
Fittingly, on a Spanish plain:
A dozen sun-hats in the rain.

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At the moment, I only have one top hat, Aatp’s Bear Paul, which I bought because I like red. However, it doesn’t suit all outfits. So I just made a new hatband using satin ribbon, gold braiding, buttons and feathers. The original red hatband is sewn on and quite wide, so to cover it I had to sew two thick satin ribbons together, and hide the seam with the gold braid. A bow with trailing ends at the back adds interest, and the feather hides the gap. Now I can just slip it on and off depending on my co-ord! I wore it for a black x gold coord.