robot lady


“He believes that by forming people into relationships, the world can be healed, and a better society created. But, when necessary, he will fight to protect the innocent, be they omnic or human.“

Procure yourself the new Marvellous Lady Garden, from Elegant Machineries™.

This new technology will take care of the garden on her dress with her four multitasking arms, water the plants with her beautiful fountain hat, and give life to your palace, moving around gracefully like a proper lady should.(ᴬᶫᶫ ᵉᵛᵉᶰᵗᵘᵃᶫ ᶜᵃˢᵘᵃᶫᵗᶦᵉˢ ᵃʳᵉ ᶰᵒᵗ ᶜᵒᵛᵉʳᵉᵈ ᵇʸ ᵒᵘʳ ˢᵃᶠᵉᵗʸ ᵖᶫᵃᶰ⋅ ᴾᶫᵉᵃˢᵉ ᵇᵉʷᵃʳᵉ ᵒᶠ ᵃᶰʸ ʷᵃᵗᵉʳ ᶫᵉᵃᵏᵃᵍᵉˢ ᵗʰᵃᵗ ᶜᵒᵘᶫᵈ ᶜʰᵃᶰᵍᵉ ʰᵉʳ ᶦᶰᵗᵒ ᵃ ᵏᶦᶫᶫᶦᶰᵍ ᵐᵃᶜʰᶦᶰᵉ⋅)

Had to try this challenge, since I’m AWFUL at drawing robot… and plants. Mh. Hope you like it!

Blizzard homogenizing lady heroes and refusing to objectify their dude heroes is a great example of limited character design.

Refusal to “tighten” their guy designs = fellas wearing loose and baggy clothes to cover their butts and crotch = the same silhouette and poop shorts for every dude. Even local hoe Genji is subjected to poopy pants his silhouette isn’t designed for with some of his skins. Going through all this effort to block a dude’s ass and junk is a waste of time and effort, Jeffrey Overwatch. Showing your butt doesn’t even have to be sexual, Jeff, but you’re being weird about it. Imagine pooping yourself because you don’t want someone to look at your butt, Jeffrey. 

Sustaining the same proportions and feminization of their lady heroes limits creative potential and clear design = weirdly unnecessarily hyper feminine and skimpy designs = eerie skins, waste of effort, loss of potential loot box dosh, guys being super weird about Mercy’s exposed feet and boobs on the forums, Jeff. A big buff lady robot like Orisa was given a less threatening design with smaller proportions; Ana’s wrinkles removed; Mei’s chubby face removed; Tracer’s strong nose removed; Sombra’s entire face turned anime; Symmetra only has two skins where she’s fully clothed; Zarya, Mercy, and D.Va were given visible breasts. Widowmaker’s spine is a bendy straw, Jeff.

Are poopy pants and sexualised ladies bad? No. 

Are poopy pants tied to dudes and sexualised content restricted to ladies bad? Yes.

Is it weird femininity is tied to sexy stuff and masculinity with poopy pants? Yes.

Is homogenized design bad? God yes. 

Blizzard wanted to create a diverse set of characters to reflect a positive outlook on this near future, and that future is full of poopy pants and Symmetra wearing a metal thong.

Thanks, Jeff Poopy Pants Kaplan

anonymous asked:

Do you mind me asking what pronouns we should use for Panucci and Tomodachi? :O

you can use ‘they’ for both of them cuz robots are sexless, but in my head ive been using ‘she’ for panucci and ‘he’ for tomodachi just cuz, i dunno, they stick to me like that


Favorite Television, 2016

  1. Mr. Robot (USA, Season 2)
  2. The Girlfriend Experience (Starz, Season 1)
  3. Atlanta (FX, Season 1)
  4. Stranger Things (Netflix, Season 1)
  5. Transparent (Amazon, Season 3)
  6. Looking: The Movie (HBO, Television Movie)
  7. Orange Is the New Black (Netflix, Season 4)
  8. The Night Of (HBO, Limited Series)
  9. Bojack Horseman (Netflix, Season 3)
  10. High Maintenance (HBO, Season 1)

Honorable Mentions: American Horror Story: Roanoke (FX, Anthology Series) / Black Mirror (Netflix, Season 3) / Broad City (Comedy Central, Season 3) / The Get Down (Netflix, Season 1) / Gaycation (Viceland, Seasons 1 and 2) / Girls (HBO, Season 5) / Hairspray Live! (NBC, Variety Special) / Lady Dynamite (Netflix, Season 1) / Luke Cage (Netflix, Season 1) / The Path (Hulu, Season 1)  

Favorite Episodes:

  1. Mr. Robot / “eps2.4_m4ster-s1ave.aes” / dir. Sam Esmail
  2. Transparent / “The Open Road” / dir. Jill Soloway
  3. Bojack Horseman / “Fish Out of Water” / dir. Mike Hollingsworth
  4. Atlanta / “B.A.N.” / dir. Donald Glover
  5. Black Mirror / “San Junipero” / dir. Owen Harris
  6. Gaycation / “Orlando” / executive producers Ellen Page and Ian Daniel
  7. Girls / “The Panic in Central Park” / dir. Richard Shepard
  8. High Maintenance / “Meth(od)” / dir. Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair
  9. The Get Down / “Where There Is Ruin, There Is Hope for a Treasure” / dir. Baz Luhrmann 
  10. The Night Of / “The Beach” / dir. Steven Zaillian

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