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I’ve been meaning to do a quick Jadzia Dax closet cosplay for a while now and I finally motivated myself to do it today! And since I’m going to be doing an Ezri cosplay soon, I wanted to test out making the spots too!

I have more pictures but these two I had the most Jadzia-esque facial expressions so I wanted to post them first!

theinsanechesirecat413  asked:

Does Grillby have bishoune eyes without his glasses? If that's too personal to answer, what would your ideal wedding dress look like for each other if you were to create one?

* (( … though I think we would have suits if we ever have a wedding… ))

* aw man, dresses would be so cool tho

anonymous asked:

I notice that in a lot of your art, you put a lot of detail into shading around the eyelids and nose. What would your art look like without that?

well i thought about it for a while on what that would look like if my recent art would look without those details. then i was looking through though some of my art and i realized that it would just look like my older art style from late 2015 to mid 2016. 

i noticed that the way i drew my noses didnt really give me enough “room” to put in a lot of details (but you can tell im trying tho heheh) and most of of the time my headshapes were very ,, “squished” and in a way to where i really didnt have enough room to do much of anything with the features. And at the time i didnt really know how to shade faces all that well so the way i would shade the nose would just make it look in-caved and awkward. 

now im gonna put my recent art here as a sort of comparison

(keep in mind i tried picking the art that clearly shows the details in the eyelids and the noses the most. i promise that not all of the people i draw look sleepy 24/7 …………. or at least i dont think they do…………. i tend to draw the sleepy look a lot…. idk)
because you mention the detail to the eyes and nose i started to realized that ive been adding more to those aspects because i now have room to do so. Cuz my faceshapes have become less squished and more realistic looking (and less baby like haha) 

thank you so much for the input! it really got my head gears turning!! 

and there it is!

A continuation of this post I did earlier for BoB Week. @trailsofpaper had left such nice and supportive tags that I kinda wanted to give it a go and try drawing a kiss. Unfortunately this is as good as I can do, but I am quite proud of it and at least Skip looks more like Skip in this one than he did in the last one…

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anonymous asked:

Quick! Answer this, it'll probably define the future of the univerve and everything between: how gay are you?

Haha SHIT BETTER GET ON THIS

I’m actually only a little gay. Bi at best, and even then I’m not sure. I’ve been in love with both men and women before! 

Probably a much less good answer than SUPER FUCKING GAAAAY 

anonymous asked:

OMG BONES ARE YOU OKAY? THAT'S LIKE VERY SUPER SCARY AND I HOPE YOU'RE DOING ALRIGHT

please do picture a very perplexed boner belatedly realizing that a building with a drunk angry man threatening to shoot someone for a delicious middle eastern folded sandwich was not a building she should probably specifically be inside of. 

Baze had always been quiet, ever since he was a boy. In the rush and bustle of the streets of NiJedha, he found that being quiet served him best. While others begged, he could just silently take what he needed.

When he came to the temple, almost dead from an infected leg wound, Chirrut took to him like fire to paper. The masters used to joke that it was because Baze was the only one quiet enough to allow Chirrut to talk without interruption.

By the time his leg was healed, he and Chirrut were inseparable, and the temple had to take him in. And they stayed the same, Chirrut all smiles and talk, and Baze his silent companion. They didn’t need words, their bond ran far deeper than that.

But when Chirrut lost his sight, things changed. Baze didn’t even notice at first, more focused on helping Chirrut adapt, but one day it clicked, the way that Chirrut would randomly reach out, to him.

He started by talking more, and it helped, Chirrut seemed less disoriented, less panicked when he reached out to find him. But he kept finding himself slipping back to silence, to let Chirrut do the talking.

He finally settled, finding that he didn’t have to speak, he just had to make enough noise to assure Chirrut that he was there. Shifting his weight, a heavy step, a deep sigh or a grunt all worked just as well.