tagging my own shit as perfect

thedovahcat  asked:

FFFFFFFI SAW YOUR NICE TAGS THANK YOU VERY MUCH AHHH <3333 GLAD YOU LIKE ;U;

NO SERIOUSLY WHY DOESN’T YOUR SHIT HAVE MORE NOTES, IT’S SO GOOD

Just. I love the designs, the fluidity of expressions, how you give the different characters their own respective color scheme, it’s perfect and I love it so plz keep it up you’re doing sO GOOD THANK /YOU/

Also I put some of the reblogs in my queue and drafts because I didn’t wanna spam reblog stuff ; u ; try to look out for those reblogs in the near future

anonymous asked:

Oh yes a cullen week. It's not like every fucking week was a cullen week in the DA fandom. Seriously I understand that you like this character but he clearly get more than he deserve.

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My Princess Hilda make up test! With a wine lipstick and an old necklace my mom owns tied around my head as a crown lmao

This dress is hella cool because it comes with a hoodie. Perfect for a Twili Midna test if you ask me (or robbed TP Zelda yo)

The colors are so much darker than they seem and so many details are lost ;; (and oh yeah, I got my hair dyed!)

laurabelle2930  asked:

I tagged you in something you can ignore my request I have your artwork so I can use them with updates! Thank you!!!!!

I’d never ignore you, babe. If I don’t get to you right away it’s because I only visit this thing a few times a month, that’s all.

…unless I’m procrastinating then I’m either here, Pinterest, or Ebay looking at pepper grinders.

I’ve bought like 50 fucking pepper grinders and have yet to find the perfect one. Not that I give a shit about pepper grinders–even though I do all the cooking. My husband, the man who does not cook, who owned 2 knives before we got married–both steak knives. Who after the first time I went over to his house to cook him dinner and asked where he kept his staples showed me a junk drawer with actual metal staples in it. The man who when asked if he had a chef’s blade, flour, salt, and pepper in his kitchen showed me said steak knives, three bottles of mustard, and six different kinds of marshmallow cereal, but who upon marrying me started watching Iron Chef and bought himself a $400 set of Japanese chef’s blades–that man is the one who can’t find a pepper mill he likes.

But I digress.

And you’re welcome for the artwork.