she is a girl magically created from flowers


Dressed to Party

In Frozen Fever, we see Elsa create new dresses for herself and Anna. I have a hunch that some fans and viewers are confused about the flowers on the dresses and how they got there, since Elsa cannot make flowers from her ice powers. But I have managed to figure it out.

If you look closely in this scene, you can see two vases of two different flowers on the dresser behind the girls. When Elsa waves her hand to create her new dress, watch carefully, and you will see sparkles of magic moving some of the pink flowers from the vase and onto her dress, which turns green. She does the same thing when she replaces the large and small snowflakes in her hair with flowers.

And then she enhances Anna’s new dress by freezing some of the sunflowers on to it, along with one to her hair ribbon.

So contrary to possible belief, Elsa does not use her magic to create the flowers on the dresses. Rather, she releases some magic from her hand, moves the flowers around, and uses ice to freeze the flowers on to her and Anna’s dresses.

Now when it comes to Elsa’s dress turning green, that’s a bit harder to explain. It seems that blue is the only color she could make, since blue is often illustrated as the color of water, and ice is frozen water. During the movie, it seemed that the ice color was completely involuntary and based strictly on how she felt. Although I thought it was possible that by the events of the short, Elsa has gained so much better control over her emotions (and therefore her powers), so maybe she can change colors at will.

And maybe Elsa can do a lot of other things with her magic that she never did or knew she could do before. 😄

Magical Girl Henshins: Glaze

While studying henshins, I’ve had to make up some terminology to describe what I’m seeing, because to my knowledge, no English-speaker has every been pathetic enough to analyze this shit in this level of detail. Today’s term-I-pulled-out-of-my-butt is:


  1. n; stuff you paint onto pottery, and at first it looks drab and shitty, but after a couple hours in the kiln, it looks shiny and awesome.
  2. n; any substance that adheres to a Magical Girl’s body and then turns into clothing.

DISCLAIMER: I do not recommend baking Magical Girls in kilns.

The cheapest and most common type of glaze is a glowy sludge capable of morphing into any shape without putting much strain on the animation budget.

White is the most basic option.

(Corrector Yui - 99)

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A Prodigy

    This is a fanfic I’ve been writing for months, and I’ve decided to end writing it now to publish it. I feel that I’ve ended it at the proper place and have no idea how to move it forward.

I wanted to chronicle Alyssa’s life and I’m happy with what I’ve written. Reblogs are appreciated <3

  The small girl situated on his hip was shaking, gripping onto his upper garments. He wasn’t sure how to handle this situation. How did you take care of a child? Especially one who had recently seen her tribe and mother obliterated in front of her.
      Mot knocked hastily on the office door, and adjusted Alyssa on his hip. Why were children so heavy? His hands were sweating profusely, causing the bat girl to slip easily, but her grip on his shirt was a vice. If she went down, she was going to bring him down, too. Maybe, these meaty baby fists she had would turn into stronger adult fists.

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Differences breed Revelations

I started thinking about Ichigo showing Rukia stuff in the living world and got emotional. Post FB arc, Ichiruki, Fluff! (I swear, there’s 0 angst, just tooth-rotting content) 507 words


He had always known, of course. That things this far gone, this all-encompassing, couldn’t exactly amount to a one-sided affair. That, in all her sincerity, Rukia Kuchiki couldn’t hide much from such an overbearing presence as his own.

But it’s not until a day in June - where the usual rain has been staved off by his wishes - that he knows knows.

He takes her hand, and leads her through the woods, and the spindly trees, and the birds - away from the humdrum of the city, away from where he can’t think - and he seats her with the grass before looking around.

“What are we doing here?”

      The sunlight dances through her hair, and for a minute he forgets.

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  • what she says: I'm fine
  • what she means: So what really happened in the ending of PMMM Rebellion? How did Homura manage to rewrite the whole universe? Could she do something so god-like? Or should I say "demon-like"? Is Homura really an evil demon now? Is she planning to rule the new world she created alone? Is the Law of Cycles gone now? Did Nagisa Momoe really hold any importance in the movie? What happened to Kyubey/the Incubators? Are Madoka and the rest of the magical girls going to face Homura as an enemy in the future? And speaking of which, are the four magical girls ever going to get their past memories back, or are they trapped in Homura's new world forever, similar to how they were trapped in almost-witch Homura's labyrinth? Are they even still magical girls? Do they still have their powers, or did they lose even that? Did Madoka lose her god powers and Sayaka lose her witch powers, or are they just lying dormant? How does Homura feel about all of this? Is this really what she wanted, or was this all a misunderstanding from what Madoka said to her in the flower field? Did she create this world out of selfishness or selflessness? Many people say that this is a bad ending, but can it really be a bad ending if everyone is happy and alive? They say ignorance is bliss. Maybe this is what Homura wanted. What if they are all still suffering inside?

Here’s the three sculptures I did following along with a japanese fashion theme (or more like supernatural creatures wearing modern fashion), to accompany this sculpture that I did a while ago. I thought I should group them by theme in detail photo-sets~ Click the photos for descriptions about them!

ALSO: I’m currently doing a giveaway with these sculptures in it! If you like one of these and would like to have it for free, then you should check it out HERE ~


牡丹の銃士 トゥーレ / 牡丹の銃士 マルティナ
Peony Musketeer, Thule
“Die at the hand of our beloved Red and White blades.”
Grade 2 / Zoo - Neo Nectar - Bioroid
Power 9000
Shield 5000
Auto: [Choose 1 of your other “Musketeer” Rearguards, Retire it.] When this Unit appears in a Rearguard Circle, if your Vanguard is “Legioned”, you can pay the cost. If you do, look at the top 4 cards of your Deck and Choose up to 1 “Musketeer” Card among them, call it to a Rearguard Circle, and then shuffle that Deck.

Peony Musketeer, Martina
“The last thing you see will be you being buried by grand flowers.”
Grade 3 / Zoo - Neo Nectar - Bioroid
Power 11000
Shield N/A
Activate (Vanguard Circle): [Legion](20000)[“Peony Musketeer, Thule”](If your opponent has a Grade 3 or higher Vanguard, once, this Unit can return 4 cards from your Drop Zone to your Deck, search your Deck for the designated card, and Legion with it.)
Activate (Vanguard Circle): [Counter Blast 1 Card, Choose 5 “Musketeer” Normal Units in your Drop Zone, place them on the bottom of the Deck in any order] If this Unit is “Legioned”, look at the top 4 cards of your Deck and Choose up to 2 “Musketeer” Cards among them, call them to separate Rearguard Circles, then Shuffle that Deck. This ability cannot be used again this turn.
Auto (Vanguard Circle): When this Unit attacks a Vanguard, if you have another Unit in your Center Column, this Unit gains 3000 Power during this battle.

And Now For A Word From The Vanguard R&D Department!

本日紹介するユニットは《ネオネクタール》の強力レギオン! 美しさと強さを兼ね備えた最新の「銃士」だ!

The Units we’re introducing today are a powerful “Neo Nectar” Legion! And what’s more, they’re the latest additions to the “Musketeers” who combine beauty and strength! When “Martina” and “Thule” Legion together, they’re able to unleash a Legion Attack with 23,000 Power when they attack the opponent’s Vanguard!
And Martina’s Legion Skill lets you return Units in the Drop Zone back to the Deck and then call 2 “Musketeers” from your Deck!!
Meanwhile, Thule, when she’s called to the Rearguard, can retire another “Musketeer” in the Rearguard and then call a new “Musketeer” from your Deck!
The ability of these two compliment one another, allowing you create the best battle formation possible. In the language of flowers, the Peony means “Magnificence” and “Splendor”… … So decide the end of the fight with an elegant finish!!
There’s a ton of other powerful “Musketeers” included in “Legion of Dragons & Blades”. Enjoy them when you get your hands on them May 16th, 2014 next week!

Unit Lore - Peony Musketeer, Martina

「壮麗」の花言葉を持つ牡丹から生まれたバイオロイド。 強く美しく、銃士の誇りも忘れない優秀な少女だが、功を焦って突出する所が玉にキズ。 ケガをする度、双子の「トゥーレ」に「心配かけないで」と泣かれて困っている姿は、最早銃士の風物詩である。

A Bioroid created from Peonies, which represent Magnificence and Splendor in the language of flowers. Strong yet beautiful, she is a superb lady, but she never forgets her pride as a Musketeer, but she has a bad habit of leaping at things before she looks. Whenever she gets hurt, her twin sister “Thule” would sob and cry, telling her “Don’t worry me so much”, but Martina already is the epitome of a Musketeer.