i know a lot about fear. you asked me if i’ve ever been scared on the battlefield. well, i was. when i was on the front line at one point, we were losing more men than we could bury. seeing things like that, it does something to your mind, fear takes over. one night it got so bad, i left. i got five miles away, then i realised what i was doing and i came back. no one ever knew. why did you come back? my men. my friends… however bad it gets you keep going for them… you don’t give up. fear has no power over you.
If you ain't love him when he posted his blistered dancing feet, don't try and love him now that he's gone blonde!
He’s more than your aesthetic!
Appreciate Jung Hoseok for his hard work!
Yeah he’s rocking the fuck outta that hair. I get that, but yall he’s so hard working, doubly so that he can get a minute amount of love from Army.
I just want us to stan him for his hard work. Not because of a hair color.
This year Pokemon Sun Moon has been introduced and announced that the game will be released on this November, so I have designed Nurse Joy in Alola version. I changed Joys usual hairstyle to ponytail to give a light resemblance to Comfey, the new fairy type pokemon. After all, it would be overrated if all Nurse Joys have same usual twintails tied in loop shape. To justify of maintaining the usual hairstyles, I made her front hair bang to be tied to her ponytail loosely shaping like loops. I made her nurse uniform consisting in the style of halter necked tankini with wrap around skirt with pokeball and Comfey’s flowers patterns.
I tried to make her look very pretty enough that Guzma, the boss of Team Skull would flirt with her.
Guzma is trying to flirt with Nurse Joy, but she just brushes him off as she is not amused at all and is only passionate about healing some pokemons.
I had a hard time of imitating the colorization of official Pokemon game character illustrations. I also regret a little bit of her proportions not quite matching to official illustrations….. in the other word, she look a bit too tall. Regardless, I hope you like it.
Just in case I uploaded three same image packs with different languages: English, Japanese, and Korean.
It’s not hard to match your outfit to the pops of color on Rainbow Row in Charleston, SC. In fact, I believe every building or home in Charleston makes up at least one shade on the ROY G. BIV spectrum. Inspired by this colorful city, I planned one of my most vibrant outfits to date, which was a melange of a sequin skirt, pastels, and bold colors. Read More.