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@zero-melody Submitted: I love these dorks! So I drew them being gross and in love ♥️♥️

THIS IS SO DAMN SWEET OH MY GOD GUYS
EHY YOU CUTIEPIE I LOVE YOUR ART STYLE SO MUCH OMG LOOK AT THEM CAN YOU TEACH ME HOW TO DRAW LIKE YOU I REALLY ADORE YOUR STYLE LOOK AT THEM HOLDING HANDS OMG I HAVE THE URGE TO COLOR IT IN GRAPHIC AND OMG LOOK AT THEM I SERIOUSLY AM GETTING CRAZY FOR THE CUTENESS I STARED AT THIS FOR LIKE 5 MINUTES NO W  I’M NOT JOKING THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BEING THIS GOOD THIS IS THE BEST OMG

Ziwei, 20

“I’m wearing a shirt from Urban Revivo, Uniqlo pants and Converse shoes with a Gaga Equipment Official bag. I love casual street style, especially some loose baggy clothing. I like doing the color matching in my outfits. Also, I am a huge fan of hats and headwear. Recently, I am also into metallic elements and fuzzy coats.”

Sep 23, 2017 ∙ East Village
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I can officially say this game is the damn cutest thing I’ve ever seen and I just couldn’t help myself~

Tried to test my hand at the cartoony-ish style and ended up making a darn self insert instead because hey who needs a life hehe… Haven’t come up with much other than some cute lil doodles like this but i guess it doesn’t hurt to post em!

anonymous asked:

I've recently taken notice to differences between the popular Japanese styles of makeup and the popular American styles of makeup. Japanese makeup seems to be a lot lighter and really natural looking while American is usually more bold. I like both looks and have seen Lolitas wearing both and was wondering what you think is best?

You’re right on all accounts, they are very different and while it used to be that everyone said that more natural makeup was best for Lolita, over the years it has evolved and now we’re seeing bolder, more Western styled makeup looks in Lolita. I don’t necessarily think one look is better than the other for Lolita in general, I think it comes down to wearing makeup that suits your face and your coord. For example, if you’re wearing a more Classic/Sweet look with muted pastels and simple details, the lighter, more natural style of makeup may be the best option. Conversely, if you’re wearing a Gothic look with dark tones and elaborate styling you might choose a bolder makeup look. There really isn’t one right way to do it so you should do what feels right under the specific circumstances. 

theshadowsofevil  asked:

Are you excited for the graphic novel of the series? I wonder if there's an expanded adaptation of the pilot. If there is, I wonder what the difference is between the pilot film and the graphic novel adaptaion? More scenes, I presume.

I am! I really enjoy seeing other people’s take on art, and from the few frames we’ve seen, I love the art style. It still looks like brush strokes, and the panel shapes are so whimsical!

I have no idea if there’s going to be an extended plot or anything, but I presume the comic will covers stories that aren’t in the series once it’s done Tangled Before Ever After.

Someone Asked Me...

What the Sagegami (下げ髪) style looks like for tayū, and it’s very hard to share if I can’t show images of the book. However, there’s a fantastic henshin studio who dresses their clients like tayū and posts the images onto Instagram. Their newest model happens to be wearing sagegami:

Example 1

Example 2

It’s possible that they may post more images in the future of this model, but for now even looking through their impressive catalogue of henshins is quite a treat! You can check them out here ^^