which some are don't get me wrong

Concept: It’s season 3, no one becomes the black paladin because the black lion is out of commission for some reason, and the BP suit disappeared with Shiro.

Instead, Team Voltron focuses their efforts on getting Shiro back, which involves several somewhat perilous missions. During these missions each paladin gets to showcase their individual leadership traits and further develop as people.

when it comes down to it, I feel like the difference between Lup and Taako is essentially the difference between Chaotic Good and Chaotic Neutral

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Send me dumb maid dragon headcanons and I might draw em

@djunk411​ Did this turn into a kindergarten AU? It sure did, but boy did I have fun thinking of these! We’ll call it Dragonling!AU. I have a lot more comics planned for this, but let me first give you a little rundown of the kids. 

Tohru: She’s the rambunctious kid that can use her cuteness to get almost everything. And whenever that doesn’t work, she turns full-on dragon child and will force it out of them. She’s super proud that her second pair of horns are growing. Doesn’t like Elma at all for some reason. She might or might not have a small crush on caretaker Kobayashi. 

Fafnir: The shady weird kid who wants nothing to do with anyone else. He likes to play on his old-school gameboy color and has almost every game for it. Don’t take it away or he will hurt you. Even the caretakers are afraid of him, except for caretaker Takiya. Maybe because they found common ground?

Lucoa: You know that kid that always loses everything? Their toys, their food… their clothes? You guessed it, Lucoa is that kid. Does she do it on purpose? We will never know. She’s the only one, together with Kobayashi, who can rein in Tohru… but only if she feels like it. Was transferred from another group to Kobayashi and Takiya’s because of an incident with her sister. 

Elma: Literally the only one with common sense! She just wants to play, make friends, be happy and stuff her face with food. She always accidentally gets into some kind of trouble, which is mostly Tohru’s fault. She just has a lot of bad luck and it doesn’t help that the biggest troublemaker of the group hates her guts for no apparent reason. Has food crumbs stuck to her face 24/7.

Feedback is very appreciated, especially for Lucoa. I want her clothing antics to be silly and innocent, but I’m worried that people might take it the wrong way.

rogue-support  asked:

Sometimes I feel like dc writers are so into Joker b/c they don't have to know any backstory or characterization to write him, they just have to be 'crazy' (chaotic evil, really). His characterizations flip-flops all over, so they literally can't go wrong. When you write Joker, you can be a lazy writer. The other villains actually require some effort to get right. (Which is why they are better characters)

PREACH

Spideypool Proposal
  • Wade Wilson: [goes down on one knee, and presents the finest of candy ring pops] Peter, will you marry me?
  • Peter Parker: Aren't rings supposed to be like 10% of your salary?
  • Wade Wilson: I stopped killing people with your help, so I am officially out of the mercenary business. In fact, I don't even have this month's rent.
  • Peter Parker: [starts tearing up] We're both so poor.
  • Wade Wilson: Are you okay?
  • Peter Parker: I'm just a little upset.
  • Wade Wilson: [stands up] Why??? Did I do something wrong? If you need more time, that's okay!!! I'm sorry for rushing things.
  • Peter Parker: No, it's just-- [gets down on one knee] You beat me to the proposal. [presents a plastic Spider-Man ring]
  • Wade Wilson: [gingerly takes ring and puts it on his pinky since that's the only finger that it barely fits] You've made me the happiest man alive, I'll keep this until it breaks! Which might not be too long because I will probably lose my hand during a fight or some shit. [pulls him into a hug]
  • Peter Parker: [smiles] Don't worry, I have more. [pulls out a whole bag]
  • And I'm sorry, but I'll probably eat yours when the ramen supply runs out.
  • Wade Wilson: You have a problem. But I got you covered, babe. [pulls out bag of ring pops] And they're all red.
  • Peter Parker: [smiles] I love you. [pulls him into a kiss]

anonymous asked:

It makes me so uncomfortable for some reason when all the media and press puts Harry and his still non existent album on such a high thorne. Like, don't get me wrong, I'll be happy whenever it comes out, but all this praising before anything's even out can be so damaging. They create so high expectations for gp and I'm worried it'll backlash and people will be disappointed, which is /not/ Harry's fault. I don't know, I'm sorry for venting to you, I just feel so uncomfortable with all this. x

Yeah, they’re definitely putting a shitload of pressure on him. It’s his debut album and they’re comparing him to Queen and Bowie before it even comes out. I also saw Angus, that Australian radio host, say on Twitter last Wednesday that Harry’s album would be a cross between Sting and Frank Ocean and that it would be the highest selling album of the year. Those comparisons and expectations are just A Lot, especially for someone who hasn’t even talked about their music yet and who hasn’t ever done solo stuff before.

People complaining about the GG’s being involved with Dream Daddy more like “I would rather this game made by a gay man not exist just because he got help from two people I don’t like.”

Sure, they’re not the best people on earth and their involvement in the game is a negative for some people, I can understand that. But would you rather this well written gay dating simulator, which is made by a gay man (Vernon Shaw) and isn’t fetishizing of gay relationships, exist or not? That’s my whole stance on it, I would rather this product exist than not because it is a good product with a lot of good, wholesome, and well written representation. Danny and Arin are imperfect and are certainly not people whose content I consume anymore because of their persistent issues however their involvement doesn’t negate the positivity and quality of this game. That’s all I’m really feeling about it and it’s bothering me to see so many people write off this labor of love by a gay man and his team just because two youtube celebrities fuckin loaned them office space and contributed voice clips.

okay, there is a few things i’d like to talk about before we get into the replying messages etc.:

what has been going on in this fandom since the comic con is absolutely vile. riverdale fandom has always been nasty, but what i’m seeing, hearing, these days is borderline cyberbullying.

starting with the fact that people are calling ms. camila mendes some ugly names and making up stories which they can’t prove. continued with lili reinhart’s mother being hacked and finishing with basically stalking cole and lili (and that one is actually being supported by the media, think about it what you want but that zoom tv line did during the interview, was downright disgusting invasion of privacy - there is a difference when bloggers make a gifset or take a screenshot because they think it was cute and people making/leading the interview doing that. it’s a low paparazzi move at best, but that’s on tv line)

yesterday i have replyied to somebody about how they handled their anti post. first of all: everyone has right to their opinion but it’s vital how you tag it. use /@* when you talk about ships you hate. don’t use anti tags, because they show up on mobile. secondly: that person came back to me saying that they got hate for that post - no, no and no. that was not why i talked to that person, that was not what i wanted you to do. don’t send anon hate. everyone makes a mistake sometimes, there is no need for lynching crowd.

next, i had people coming to my chat complaining that they have stalkers on their blogs, that they are scared to make any kinds of posts in a fear that someone will take a screenshot and make a fun of them or worse insulting them.

people were sending me posts of certain bloggers who are reblogging and replying on posts with words like “dumb bitch” “stupid cunt” and “delete your blog idiot” -> that in fact is cyberbullying. when something like that happens to you:

  • don’t engage
  • take a screenshot
  • block that person
  • report them to tumblr staff

i’m sorry this post is necessary to make but i firmly believe that fandom should be a safe space for everyone. we don’t need to agree on everything but there are ways to express your opinion without looking like a jerk. don’t be afraid or feel bad about blocking people, it’s for everyone’s sake.

i absolutely hate the cumbaya fandom songs about how “we’re in this together, let’s be all friends uwu”, every fandom has problems, every single one of them and i had been in a few in last few years. i have never made a post like this but i think this fandoms toxicity reached mind blowing levels. that’s all.

anonymous asked:

Hi every time. I watch httyd 2 And watch the bonding with mum scenes I just feel very unsatisfied because if that was my mum I don't think I would be so easily at comfort with her. Don't get me wrong I actually really like valka but I feel like the moment valka would try to give him some advice he would be like " you don't know me you've been gone for 20 years" or something along that line.

I get that. To be honest, when it was all speculation for HTTYD2 I was really looking forward to some strife there. In the very early stages of learning that Valka would be a part of HTTYD2, I went wild with conflict scenarios, which you can see in the beginning of my #valka tag.

Hell, even before HTTYD2 and I only knew of Valhallarama from the books, my movie turnover version of her involved a woman who Hiccup had vague childhood memories of – most noticeably her absence. A woman who chose to stay away because of a passion and a personal purpose, which Hiccup would find as reason enough to hold some resentment for her (bear in mind, I still love Valhal’s representation of mothers). Hilariously, though I had plenty of drama posts about it, this also helped develop Arrested Hooligans, giving Hiccup and his returned mother a Micheal/Lucille vibe.

But that wasn’t the case here. Valka absence was explained by something Hiccup could relate to so well it was almost painful. And that’s on top of the fact that he was really starting to struggle with who he was, and who he should become, once more. He had to take the next terrifying step into an unknown future but he still had a hundred uncertainties, particularly about himself, holding him back. Meeting his mother, having so many of those questions answered, was a much needed salve.

And here’s the thing - Hiccup’s not really a bitter person. Or, rather, if he can somehow personally relate, he’ll find forgiveness. And Hiccup, better than anyone, would understand why Val made the choices she made, and the pain and isolation she experienced, and the bitterness towards Berk, and the hopelessness and the cage of it all and the depression… Hell, he was going to do the same thing. The “it was better for everyone” – not just himself, but for everyone, loved ones and dragons alike – if he had taken his unnaturalness, his unvikingness, and left. It took Astrid, the olive branch, and a fast-paced unveiling of the war, to get him to stay.

Do not mistake Hiccup embracing the idea of having his mother back in his life, and listening to her, and being willing to learn from her, as Hiccup forgiving her absence, no strings attached. He understands and empathizes why she stayed away – better than anyone else in the world, perhaps – but he also understands the consequences. For example, how his father suffered. 

In fact, now that I’m here talking about it, I started to wonder how it was possible that Hiccup didn’t really know anything about his mother. Then I realized that Stoick spent most of Hiccup’s life worried. Worried that Hiccup was just like his mother. Worried that his odd ways and ideas wouldn’t prepare him to face a dragon in battle, as had happened to Valka. He didn’t want to encourage Hiccup to be strange, he didn’t want what Hiccup knew of his mother to be tarnished by the village’s opinion of her, so he probably avoided speaking of her altogether.

But then everything changed. With dragon nature revealed and vikings working in tandem with the peaceful beasts, Stoick may have started to slip little sentences like “you’re so like your mother, she would have loved this…” which started to put Hiccup’s heritage back to the forefront of his mind, questions he stopped asking in childhood returned, and suddenly he’s on top of Itchy Armpit mentioning not knowing his mother to his fiancé.

Bah, either way, even if Antag!Valka was a thing, Hiccup still would have been willing to listen and learn from her. That she wasn’t, and that she was so relatable to him (on an extreme spectrum opposite of what he shares with his father), he was more than willing. He’s not going to deny himself a family, or a mother, particularly one with a wealth of information he’s desperate for (not to mention seeing how happy his father was). Despite that, I still like to imagine that caution remains, and that Hiccup can still see her flaws clearly, and that there will be moments, or situations, when all is said in done, that he pulls away.

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MD: Seeing all these concepts of Asami’s outfit together really reminds me how important a character’s costume is and how it helps illustrate his or her personality and role in the story. I love the final version, which is a nice balance of formal business attire and fashion-forward elegance. Asami concepts and designs by Lauren Montgomery, Christie Tseng, and Bryan Konietzko. Color by Sylvia Filcak-Blackwolf and Bryan Konietzko. [x]

anonymous asked:

Idk if it's just me, but I am always the one who has to adapt to other people. I have to be 'nicer' with XXFXs, more organized with XXXJ, more quiet with IXXX, etc. It's never the other way around, and if I point out that it's not how I usually act, they'd just tell me I'm the one who is wrong for not being empathic, or calm, or organized in the first place. Is it because ENTPs understand people better than some other types, so we're more able to adapt? Or am I just surrounded by assholes XD?

Oh no, I feel this alllllllLLLLlllLLLlllalllllLLLLLLLL of the time. All of the time. We really understand people in terms of actions and reactions. People exhibit the same reactions to everything, and after a point, we can logically figure out what people need depending on the situation.

However, I think we fall short in that people may see us act one way, and then they’ll see us act another way, and they don’t recognize it as us catering to someone else’s needs… instead it probably comes off as calculating (which it can be), and unsympathetic (which it also can be). Really, I think the telltale show of our caring is the fact that we try to morph into what people need when faced with the situation.

It’s funny because our type is not known for being empathetic. We’re really not empathetic. We don’t absorb other’s feelings at all. We’re not known for being sympathetic either, which overall, I wouldn’t call us that. But when faced in person with a situation, we want to appease and we want to make everything ok. I put in person in italics there because when we’re away from a situation, or when we are talking about it with someone, we’ll rationalize and give answers that are based on logic and not feelings. Additionally, our reactions in helping someone are based on intuition and calculation rather than mutual feeling and genuine understanding. (Which doesn’t make us wrong at all given that the endpoint is the same, we’re helping regardless of understanding.)

So, why do we feel like we’re doing more than others? I’ll admit, I don’t feel this all of the time anymore because I think I’ve grown colder in my years… but this is me talking… I do have this blog that is almost primarily composed of advice. 

ENTPs take information from outside. We’re constantly perceiving and paying attention to what’s around us. And then we eat up this information and file it next to similar observations of how people act when they feel and how others fix the situations. We can then act it out if needed. When we want to, we adapt like pros. Of course, we do miss things, especially if there’s something stimulating or interesting going on. But when we’re in social settings where the point is literally to socialize, a mature ENTP can be on point with people perception. 

Others don’t necessarily have this. BUT, I’d also say that many other types are waaaaay better at making people feel better than ENTPs are, because they’ll connect a bit more personally to the problem, and provide real comfort rather than a bold solution. (In my time, I’ve actually gotten better about copying these types of responses as well, and trying to diagnose the type of comfort the person wants. Do they want a fix, or do they want to be supported in feeling the way they do? Which, you probably do this too.) But ENTPs get annoyed with irrationality, and this is where we fall short. When people don’t want to fix their problems, it’s just annoying. 

So people aren’t necessarily assholes, though the people you’re describing seem rude. People are rude in general anyway. But from their side, the fact that ENTPs can separate from how we act and what we think so easily, the fact that I wrote this whole post on explaining how to calculate help, shows the detachment, which may rub some the wrong way. But it’s just a fact that we’re thinkers, and we can’t help it, and there is nothing wrong with it because in the end we have both good intentions and good results that come from it. So I’ll just say that you may be a bit misunderstood. 

make me choose »» marilla cuthbert or anne shirley

She looked like a woman of narrow experience and rigid conscience, which she was; but there was a saving something about her mouth which, if it has been ever so slightly developed, might have been considered indicative of a sense of humor.

anonymous asked:

Never did I think before this moment that I would send a message like this but hey can we get some chubbier cats I love the current cats I have seen don't get me wrong I just feel like I signed up for chubby boys and I would like a few more if possible

Sure! We’ll try to post more. We are walking a fine line between celebrating our chubby cats, and encouraging people to make their cats fat which we would never do! MAKE SURE YOUR CHUBBY BABIES ARE HEALTHY!

But, yes, we’ll look at posting more!

anonymous asked:

don't get me wrong, i love everything abt your art, but you dipper in particular is perfect. people tend to make him fit a particularly submissive, plain stereotype for some reason, which sucks bc his characters is so much more than that. your design for him is gorgeous and distinctive, though, and i adore it so much~ thank you for sharing your hard work!!

omg this is so refreshing thank you!! I’ve put a lot of thought into my design for Dipper, and I wanted to stay away from that “uke/protagonist” (idk what else to call it) stereotype as far as possible! Dipper is one of my favs from GF and he has a lot of character and I jst want to convey that as best as I can asdfgghh 

snowleaf  asked:

Don't know why, but I have a feeling that PJ personality base on your? Don't get me wrong, it's just a thought that you can understand and feel the same way as him, but not at the part PJ being jerk to almost everyone, actually I kidda like the way you created him! You make him with your creative which you do it by heart and I love it ^^ hope ya feel well miss ^v^b

Ah gosh well.. I say I took elements of how I was feeling at the time I made him then amplified some of it by 10. But instead of just being “Oh another extension of Skie” - he turned into his own character. While I did built certain reactions, ways of interacting with people and such from my own experiences either ones I have done or have witness - that was me experimenting way back in the months of March to June of last year. 

While I do get how he feels in certain situations now - he really has grown into his own character and personality. I can’t really say he has my reaction when xyz happens - cause that’s now his own way of reacting to events. While I can still take in experiences I have had into account when writing him (so then I don’t just say “and now he’s angry” in an RP), he doesn’t have my emotions - personality - and other traits; they are all his. And I think that’s why I’m so proud of PJ as a character cause… he is really the first one that has left that realm of me just going “I reacted to this like abc so this character will too!”

PJ is that stepping stone for me as a creator to develop a better understanding of character development - and was a surprising success. 


But gosh - thank you so much for the kind words! ^^

anonymous asked:

Don't get me wrong, some day he is the dark and brooding, comes home and goes to the tattoo studio space he's set up, but some does he comes home and makes his S/O cuddle on the couch with him and cooks dinner (which he's really good at because mama raised an independent man), complete with dessert and does all the cleaning up.

Happy Lowman the homemaker. I’m telling you I’m liking this image….. 😈😊😊😊

anonymous asked:

Hello! I hope I'm not too late for ask box Friday... I was wondering if you could maybe help me with something. I am writing a story in which one of the characters experiences a panic attack. I don't know how to go about writing this, especially since I have not experienced a panic attack firsthand. I don't want to get things wrong, and be that person who has no idea what they are talking about. I have heard that panic attacks differ from person to person?? Can you please help me? Thank you!!

Panic attacks DO differ, wildly. Some people may have moderately mild panic attacks others can have extremely harsh ones. Rather than trying to describe a “typical” panic attack I’m going to list a few common symptoms that may or may not be present and in varying degrees.

  • Heart pounding, sometimes to the point where the person can hear it or feel it in their ears.
  • high feelings of anxiety, pretty much in all cases
  • headaches 
  • Cold sweats
  • hyperventilating (the brain thinks your in danger and is trying to prepare to fight or fly so it makes you breathe faster even though you don’t need it. This is not good for you)
  • feeling numbness in fingers, toes and sometimes lips. This is usually because of hyperventilating.
  • dizziness and even passing out. Usually because of the hyperventilating, but there are other factors.
  • Sensory overload, so like lights are too bright, everything is too loud, some smells are too overwhelming, sometimes even being touched is stressful. Again, your brain is going into battle mode so the senses get a little too heightened.
  • Being unable to focus even on simple tasks.

There are probably others but I think these are the most common. Different people experience it differently and in varying intensities and lengths of time. It might helpful to hear about the experiences of someone who has had a panic attack. If you don’t personally know someone look up some stories online and compare what is different, what is the same and how they describe what they feel. Also, look at what some coping mechanism are and how to help someone with a panic attack as this might come in handy too. A few things I’ve heard are that you shouldn’t try to hug or “talk down” someone having a panic attack unless they ask you to because if they are having sensory overstimulation it may do more harm than good. The best thing is to calmly ask them what they need, but don’t pester. Going straight to someone who has had this experience is the best place to find out how to properly describe it to your readers.