the making of a carpenter

reference sheet i made for my designs of the boys!

Keep your head up
Shoot the clouds down
Throw it all in
Break your own ground
And if you’re gonna make a mess make it loud
And if you’re gonna take a stand, stand out
Life is our game
We can go play
Shake up the rules
Don’t be afraid
And if you’re gonna make a mess make it loud
And if you’re gonna take a stand, stand out
Stand out

Stand out- Sabrina Carpenter

there are real people out there who genuinely believe that if you rescind their book deal or album deal or tv deal or whatever due to public opposition, that’s censorship. imagine you’re a carpenter, and you make a really shitty chair, and the boss carpenter says “we’re not gonna sell that” and you tell them that that’s a violation of your freedom of speech

sabrina carpenter.

by clicking ( here ), you will be able to find gif icons of sabrina carpenter, mostly of her as maya in girl meets world. all of the gifs were made by me from scratch and will be updated as i work my way through more episodes/personal videos of her. also, it would mean the world to me if you let me know in case you want to add it to another pack!

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it was just like a movie
it was just like a song
my God, this reminds me
of when we were young

avatar!au taz
aka the avatar zone(rip)

ango: avatar(water bender born)my lil boy goes adventuring and mystery solving and finds teachers along the way

merle: those shitty swamp benders who don’t wear pants. yeah. those. born into the northern water tribe and had an arranged marriage with the princess- left his unhappy life and began living on his own in the swamps.

magnus: non bender, but makes himself very useful. travelling carpenter and adventurer. searching for the fire nation troops that wiped out his earth bending village and killed his wife.

taako: fire bender outlaw. accidentally set deadly fire that wiped out a whole town, but aided by sazed that emptied gasoline on the ground as to quicken the destruction.

kravitz: fire bender. right hand man to the Raven Queen(of the fire nation). lead commander in finding taako.

lucretia: water bender. southern water tribe leader, healer, and blood bender. Angus’ mother figure.

killian: earth bender. lives with carey in the earth kingdom. good connections with lucretia.

carey: fire bender. lives(married) with Killian in the earth kingdom. works as a blacksmith.

Garfield the deals warlock: cabbage man.

pls add on

triforce06  asked:

Do you have any good recommendations for old comics? I would love to get into them but honestly I have no idea where to start.

The Stan Lee/Jack Kirby Fantastic Four was the towering achievement of the 1960s and my favorite comic of all time. Their current shabby treatment by their parent company is inexcusable; Marvel was built by Fantastic Four. FF is my favorite comic ever because it is “hot” and “cold” at the same time, a balancing act that is hard to do in science fiction. It has far out scifi adventures like shrinking to explore a world inside an atom or fighting Galactus the World Devourer, or a villain as melodramatic as Doctor Doom…but we believe in it because of how grounded it is in a real world, with wisecracking, warm characters we like. Every FF story ends in some far out way, but we believe it because of how it starts with something everyday, like the Thing buying hot dogs in Central Park while walking with his girlfriend. It’s like Stan discovered the formula for Coca-Cola; it’s very, very, very hard to tell a bad Fantastic Four story. Sure, FF is great, but it gets ultra-great starting around issue 43, and has an unbroken string of the greatest stories ever for 40 issues: the Coming of Galactus, the introduction of the Black Panther, the introduction of the Inhumans, Doctor Doom stealing the Silver Surfer’s powers (what a shocker that was).

Joe Kubert’s Enemy Ace comic is maybe the best war book ever written, about an honorable German flying ace in World War I. Hans von Hammer had noble and chivalrous instincts: he saluted enemies even after he killed them, and refused to shootan unarmed foe. He once befriended a wolf in the Black Forest, because the both of them were killers, and that wolf was his only real friend. He was the ultimate example of how war shapes even decent men into killers.

Russ Manning’s Magnus Robot Fighter is a crackerjack action-scifi comic that has aged better, not worse since the 1960s, because it’s all about the terror of a society that is overmechanized and under surveillance, where you hate machines but also need them and can’t get rid of them. The fully detailed, realized science fiction world of North Am is what makes it so interesting. Magnus is the Defiant Man in a screwy world; I wonder why John Carpenter never took an interest in making Magnus Robot Fighter as a movie, it would so fit his sensibilities.

If you ask guys who were around for it what they like about Jim Starlin’s Dreadstar, you get the same answer if you asked a wired little kid why they like sugar and caffeine. It was one of the first and best of the “creator owned, adult scifi comics” to come around in the early 1980s, with Vance Dreadstar leading rebels against an Empire. There’s also some bizarre Moorcock inspired mysticism at work. Best of all, Dreadstar is now widely available and reprinted; you owe it to yourself to check it out.

Speaking of adult oriented scifi comics, check out Alan Zelenetz’s Alien Legion. It’s about a futuristic French Foreign Legion made up of convicts, drifters, cutthroats, and criminals from across the known planets. The Legionnaires are expendable and are often sent on suicide missions, political objectives are often at odds with military ones, and a lot of them talk about desertion at times.

Star Brand by Jim Shooter is maybe the only comic that ever did anything interesting with the dead end idea, what would a superhero look like in the real world? It’s a comedy about how we never live up to our potential. When the hero comes back to earth from space, he finds he gets incredibly lost and can’t find his hometown. When he tries to stop a hostage crisis, he realizes that even with powers, he wonders what he could really do that wouldn’t make things worse or escalate the situation. It’s the people that make it worth it: our hero has conflicted feelings about two women, one a single mom, and the other is a girl that loves him, but so much that it doesn’t feel healthy.

Dave Stevens’ Rocketeer is a great retro comic, but the selling point is something that never entirely made it into the film adaptation: it’s all about the sex appeal of good looking girls. I once asked an art teacher of mine what it would take to make a living as an artist, and he told me, “draw good looking girls. If you can, you will never be out of work.” Well, Dave Stevens could, and he’d still be doing it today if not for his tragic passing.

If you’re the kind of person who likes to cry a lot (”sad is happy for deep people”), check out Strikeforce: Morituri, an early 80s comic with a fascinating premise. In order to fight off an alien invasion, a means of giving people superpeople is created, but it has a horrible cost: it gives you only a year to live. It’s all about mortality, nobility, and sacrifice and is really melancholic. Essentially, every single character has a terminal illness. 

gosh guys i just.. sabrina carpenter is a light. she’s just.. she’s amazing. someone bring her a blanket, and a puppy, and just…. hug her if you get the chance. she’s so soft (the blanket should be too fyi).