-Neith’s tatoos light up.
- Height differences.
- Chronos looks like he’s made of clock parts.
- Nox’s dress is represented as the night sky with stars.
- Chang'es head dress
- The Morrigan has thick thighs and soft belly pudge, with small boobs.
- The irradescence on Khepri’s wings
- FABRIC PHYSICS.
- The purple eye makeup on Awilix.
- Izanami’s head remaining stationary while the rest of her body twirls under it.
- The little butterfly that flies out of Terra’s hands.
- Cu Chulainn starts giving off steam in his body when he’s ready to go berserk.
- The ground freezes wherever Skadi steps.
- Each character has a personality.
- The scars on Loki’s face from snake venom.
- The fact that they can construct a solid character and kit from vague mythology figures who hardly have any info.
- The detail of the maps. When was the last time you looked at the floating islands in the Joust map, or the sky in the Assault map?
- Use of color and textures.
- The abilities have unique sound effects that you can identify and alert you even if you can’t see them.
- Some gods can fly and those few moments in the air above everyone is something else.
- The little wind chimes you hear when flying around as Jing Wei.
- The heart beat pounding in your ear when you’re Thanatos and you can execute someone.
- The Lobby music
- The snow in the Assault map Actually crunches under your feet.
- The Galaxy skins
- Character outfits aren’t just thrown together. You can see where each piece is being held down, muscles under the fabric,
And everything has been rigged well to “flow”. Not jerk awkwardly.
- The scales on Nu Wa’s shoulders, sides and thighs.
- Freya’s armor reflects light like a rainbow. She’s a walking Aurora.
- Kumbahkarna and Ganesha’s henna patterns.
- The swirly print on Apollo’s tunic thing.
- That little Swan dive Sobek does during his ult.
- The way Raijin is tapping his foot a lot.
- Amaterasu sheathing her sword.
Susano scratching himself, looks at his nails, goes “WTF?” and quickly looks back to see what the heck was on his skin.
- Hel’s “naughty” finger wave.
- Medusa’s yandere laugh
- Bellona stretching her neck and shoulders.
- Hearing your bones crunch when Fenrir grabs you.
- Ah Puch’s creepy mouth *chitter*
I could go on.
It’s completely okay to like something but still have critisims or ideas for improvement. And what you may enjoy might be different from what other people enjoy. Liking the designs and aesthetics in games that other people hate doesn’t make you less intelligent or give you an “inferior” eye for detail. Finding things to enjoy is a good thing. Enjoy what you enjoy and don’t let others make you feel bad for it.
The garden centre at Lal Bagh is one of my favourite places in Bangalore. While the gardens themselves are fairly bustling, the nurseries are an oasis of sorts. I can spend hours there amongst the flowers and the ferns, picking out new additions for my growing indoor garden. A couple of weeks ago, I went with my friend Antara to this garden of The Nurserymen (real name, no lie) and got some plants for her new flat. Despite the humidity inside the nurseries which made my hair frizz and steamed all the wrinkles back into my dress, we had to take some photos in the hothouse paradise setting. If you’re in Bangalore, I recommend a visit to this place at least once. Even if you don’t subscribe to the nature hoe aesthetic, it’s difficult to not be charmed by the sense of peace and quietude that permeates it throughout.
LOVE the unique screen-printed patterns by etsy seller simkasol — one of my favorite local east bay boutiques sells some of their items! this golden cactus print fits right into this first theme thursday of september, and i’d LOVE to rock either piece!
im 100% convinced that the doylist reason garak and bashir are always getting Lunch and never dinner after their 1:03 “past prologue” post-hookup Official First Date is that dinner is just Too Gay. but from a watsonian perspective. i fukking Love It. its Future 1996 and the straights haven’t even heard of brunch but here come the homosexuals and their Space waffles their goat cheese frittata their Alien eggs benny and bottomless mimosas. it’s 14:00 hours on a tuesday. time to put on ur best mixed-print tunic daydrink on the promenade and express very loud opinions about Art
It’s that time of the year again when Ramadan is coming to an end and everyone is planning for Eid ul Fitr, a festival that marks the end of a month of fasting and prayer. Eid fashion is a vital part of that planning and looking for an Eid outfit can get overwhelming when there are so many collections to choose from. This Summer season, Eid collections cover different style tastes and trends because some like to stay away from fancy embellishments and keep their Eid laid back while others go all out and keep it festive with a lot of bling and color. I’ve complied some of my favorite Eid collections so we can all have an organized and easy shopping experience…
For the traditional…
If you’re looking to keep it classy and flaunt some old world charm, go for traditional silhouettes embellished with zardozi and gota work.
(PinkTree, Sania Maskatiya, Maheen Taseer)
For the festive…
Pakistanis love their pastels but we also love our bright colors from time to time. Some brands like The Working Woman, Generation and Kayseria offer just the right amount of color with festive fabrics like jacquard, silk and chiffon.
(The Working Woman, Kayseria)
For the casual…
Misha Lakhani’s collection offers a relaxed and minimal vibe with dhoti shalwars and loose printed and embroidered tunics. If this is too simple, you can easily rock these separates the 2nd day of Eid or at an evening party. Gulabo’s eid collection will also fit this category.
For the contemporary..
Layered cuts, peplum tops, light embroidered jackets and organza wraps are perfect for those looking to go unique this Eid. For another similar collection, check out Mahgul’s Eid pieces.
Expand your consciousness and take a trip back to the ’70s in psychedelic prints and abstract patterns for fall. To get the look, be mind-blown and incorporate crazy prints into your wardrobe with high-fashion inspiration and some of the best pieces from your favorite online shops below.
Psychedelic Prints on the Fall 2014 Runways
First seen on the Fall 2014 runways, hallucinatory prints at Acne Studios and Dries Van Noten turned heads and had us longing for the raver days. Looking dazed and confused is definitely a must this fall.
Acne Studios Fall 2014
Dries Van Noten Fall 2014, style.com
Paris Fashion Week Spring 2015 Street Style Goes Trippy
Spotted throughout PFW, model Hanne Gaby Odiele and style setters rocked optic Dries while Giovanna Battaglia and Hanneli Mustaparta sported Acne swirls.