the idea of

What i expected from Jack and the Wolf...

What i actually got…

Some kind of AU where Dominator is inspired by Big Brother from 1984 by G.O
Dayum I love this book <3 And I just wanted to try to some fake propaganda poster to try new things and because I need more sci-fi/distopia universes in my life.
I’m not that much active in WoY Fandom but I needed to show this idea anyway wouhou!

AU prompt: In a world where Kaiba digs around for some 3000-year-old DNA remnants and bio-engineers the ultimate duelist spawn.

Kaiba Yuuitsu (遊獝 play devil). Nicknames are: you eat too, U1, YuuEats. Pun on yuitsu (meaning “the only one″). 

A quiet duelists who eats a lot. Isn’t particularly unsociable but doesn’t like to talk. If she had to open her mouth, she’d rather chew on something tasty. Uses other means of communication besides verbal speech.

Other than food, she is interested in games. Although normally kind, she turns into a devil when challenged. Likes to play around with her opponents before finishing them off like a cat with a cornered mouse.

Inherited Kaiba’s bad sportsmanship but Atem’s helpfulness. (2am notes)

Some unfinished doodles I did for the sphinx!au. these are the three I want to share haha…

1st one is probably Gabe cracking a lame joke and Jack taking offense of it. Lashing tails ensue. 2nd one is a preview of one of Jack’s sisters, a grouchy ass of an alpha. This was when Jack was young and still living in Indiana. 3rd one is Jesse being…Jesse. Probably talking to his tail.

astro-iva  asked:

Hiii I want to make my room cozy but idk how. Any suggestions? Max budget is like $30 😬

  • Decorate with neutral shades and patterns - creams, grays, white, and pastels
  • An inviting and comfortable bed is essential. You can find cheap throw pillows and fluffy blankets at your local thrift store
  • Soft, warm lighting - fairy lights
  • Antique items (picture frames, lamps, figureines, etc) give your bedroom a cozy and nostalgic feel
  • You don’t have to spend a lot of money on new decorations. You can repurpose old items 

Some pictures:

Good luck!


170327; #HappyLalisaDay
iridescent: producing a display of rainbow-like colours

anonymous asked:

Hey, I was wondering, a couple of friends and i are making OCs based off Cakes?. it's set in like..A modern kingdom. the Princess is Red Cream *Based off Red Velvet Cake*. The Cliche of The princess who doesnt want to be a princess.. A butler *No name and is based off Cheese Cake* And the Jester. *No name again and based off Angel Cake* and we were wondering if you wanted to join in with us?

Idk if I’d have time to join in with anything proper, but a cake kingdom sounds fun!

The good knight Sir Battenburg, stepping up to the plate!



tommorow67  asked:

I am trying to write a fantasy adventure with different dynamic characters. I have already thought of some of the characters and have a plan for the direction of the story to go but I'm trying to figure out how to start it like the perfect hook to get people to read it or to start a flow of action. Any tips?

Hi! I’d love to help.

You could start with the event that kicks off your conflict. For example, if your conflict is that your antagonist wants to overthrow the royalty and rule the kingdom, you could start with your characters getting news of your antagonist’s first attack on the royalty/the kingdom’s army. Start with the main problem, so that your readers know what to expect from your story – anything else will be extraneous.

You could also start with your characters’ call to action. For example, maybe your characters have heard about attacks against the royalty/the kingdom’s army, but what causes them to take action? Does someone force/talk them into taking action, or do they decide enough is enough and start moving? (Keep in mind that whatever your characters do to start with, they should probably start small – we call it “rising action” for a reason!)

You could also start with a scene or two to introduce a couple of your main characters, and give some info on the background/setting. For example, in Stephen King’s The Stand, many characters from many different places come together, and he follows somewhat of a formula: the first chapter is Character A’s POV; the second is Character A’s and then Character B’s; the third is Character A’s, then Character B’s, then Character C’s; and so on. Depending on how many characters you have and how quickly you want to start the rising action, this might be a good route for you. (Keep in mind, though, that Stephen King had somewhat of an introduction/preface in which the inciting incident – a deadly virus being unleashed from the government laboratory in which it was stored – takes place, and all his character introductions are the union of his characters and that problem – in other words, in chapter one, Character A is introduced to that virus as others around him get sick; in chapter two Character A’s saga continues and the virus is brought into Character B’s world; and so on. So even if you use this method, don’t wait too long to introduce your main conflict.)

I hope this helps! If you need anything else, please feel free to ask! - @authors-haven

It’s kind of weird that there are no Megamind crossovers with Superman. Or at least, none that I’ve found.

Megamind fusion with an AU Superman universe that sets Wayne Scott up as a Kryptonian for obvious reasons (Are-Van, Kal-El’s maternal cousin, as opposed to Kara who is a fraternal cousin.) and the sole survivor of Krypton’s demise as opposed to Kal-El. Little to no kryptonite made it to earth in the AU due to Megamind’s pod’s interference, essentially preventing Metro Man from having Superman’s Achilles heel. 

Krypton was a much richer planet than Megamind’s as per the wiki, and it is feasible that Superman’s parents wouldn’t include any information about their less advanced alien neighbors who are even more doomed than the willfully blind Kryptonians.

Currently playing with reality shenanigans where a heroic (Incredibly handsome former Master of All Villainy and Evil Overlord but now beloved Benevolent Defender of Metrocity!) Megamind gets tossed into a Superman universe.

“Am I alright?” Megamind repeats quietly, incredulously, then louder, “Am I alright?” He swirls out from under Superman’s hand and wails, “Of course I’m not alright!” He gestures agitatedly, waving his hands in the air as he stalks back and forth in tight circles, all his fire and nervous energy reigniting at the drop of a hat, “I’m pretty sure that lackluster villain Blink somehow managed to send me to an alternate universe where an El got sent to this planet instead of that idiot Are-Van and apparently my whole planet got destroyed without a single survivor! So! No!” Megamind lets out a shriek just short of being a perfect imitation of a tea kettle, and sending the brainbots into a howling frazzle, “I am not alright!