remember the time

anonymous asked:

why do you outline only some? or sometimes its just very lightly outlined..... asking for drawing practice

its mostly personal preference! there is a bit of logic to it as well but ill put that under the cut in case it gets a little long

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So I just found an old picture of the very first character I ever created and I got very nostalgic and even more embarrassed. Ah yes the good old days of badly proportioned anime drawings
Anyway her name is Idola and she was very important to me back then

Critical Role + Aesthetic: Shadowcast AU Vax’ildan (x) (x) (x)

“How much of it’s genetics? How much of it is fate? How much of it depends on the choices that we make?”

anonymous asked:

fuck, im shaking!! where can i find info about the dates in europe?

[EDIT] My tired ass didn’t even think to check the “More info”

Event: G-DRAGON 2017 WORLD TOUR <ACTIII, M.O.T.T.E> IN BIRMINGHAM, UK
Venue: Genting Arena, Resorts World Birmingham
Event Date: 23rd September 2017 (Saturday), 8pm
Ticket prices: £148/108/78/58 (admin fee,venue facility fee and fulfilment fee are not included)
Ticket pre sales: 29th June 2017, 10am (UK local time) This only applicable for Genting Arena, Resorts World Birmingham registered customers and official Facebook followers
Ticket on sales: 30th June 2017, 10am (UK local time)

Not sure about the other venues - You’ll have to wait for livenation.kpop to update 


I’M SO HAPPY FOR YOU GUYS!!! So far only the dates and cities have been announced. No other information yet (such a venues or when tickets will be on sale). You guys have quite some time to figure out your plans! So save the date!! 

Here is the dates and cities again!

thekoopabrostts  asked:

I was wondering if you can draw Sans with Cappy (from Super Mario Odyssey) on his head.

Uh. Sure??? I mean, I don’t see why not…. but be warned!!

Yeah i mean idk what you expected. it’s a shitpost.

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My actual name is Destiny but I go by Dezi. I love music! Some of my favorite bands are all time low, waterparks, a day to remember and panic at the disco.

Some fandom things I’m into include Supernatural, Doctor Who, Marvel and pokemon.

I’m also into horror and creepy things. From movies to books to just random urban legends.

Penpals has been a thing I’ve wanted to try for a while now and I happened to find this blog. So I figure why not try it out?

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The Swedes finally started to question why I always repeat all the conjugations of verbs whenever I learn new one, or if I just have to speak in past tense and I don’t automatically remember what was the past tense of that word.

It is simply because that is how they taught me to do in Finland. Like, I spent hours with repeating things like bjuda, bjuder, bjöd, bjudit and hinna, hinner, hann, hunnit. I even do it with a freaking rhythm. Old habits die hard, okay. If I hear a Swedish verb, I just have to repeat the conjugations in neat rhythm because I don’t even know why. I just do that. All thanks to the Finnish education system. 

I’m not really sure that Leslie Knope was into Liz Phair in the 90s but I’m pretty she put Supernova on one of those mix CDs for Ben…

Remember The Time
Michael Jackson
Remember The Time

Remember The Time - Michael Jackson (1992)

A lush reverie, “Remember the Time” was Jackson’s finest attempt at updating his sound for the hip-hop era. After splitting with Quincy Jones over creative differences following Bad, he began looking for a young producer and landed on Teddy Riley, architect of New Jack Swing, the hot R&B sound of the moment. “I came in with 10 grooves,” Riley said at the time. “He liked them all.”

“Remember the Time” was a high point of their collaboration and one of Jackson’s best post-Eighties vocal performances. Engineer Dave Way recalled watching the singer working on “Remember the Time” as he nailed “each note and harmony, double it, triple it and then maybe quadruple – each time singing it perfectly, vibratos perfectly matched, perfectly in tune, rhythmically dead on, knowing exactly what he wanted to do the whole time. Flawless.”

Who was Jackson singing about? Riley claimed the song was written after Jackson told him about his feelings for his second wife, Debbie Rowe (a claim he later retracted on Twitter). Jermaine Jackson, though, said the song was written for Diana Ross.

(Source: Rolling Stone, 50 best Michael Jackson songs)