WIP! How do you art?
I was watching Brave with a friend the other day and pointed out that Elsa and Merida’s marriage would work exactly like Elinor and Fergus’s.
"I’m sorry love, I did’ne - but -"
"… Yes, dear…"
21 years old and I’ve finally gained an interest in Barbie dolls because fictional lesbian girlfriends.
Sometimes you just have to Let it Goat.
On her sequel idea; what if Dory was Elsa’s familiar….
dragon age: inquisition - the exalted plains
“The first thing we [did] was try to portray the civil war and the impact it’s having on the environment and the people of that region,” says senior environment artist Andrew Farrell. “In these spaces, we try to provide opportunities for the Inquisition to come in and make its mark on the area. Then the people there rally around that.”
The Inquisition arrives at the Exalted Plains during a ceasefire between two armies at war. The bodies of fallen soldiers mysteriously rose from the dead and have driven the armies back to their respective castles in retreat. [x]
The animation of that water turns me on a bit, not going to lie.
What are you so afraid of!?
I’m REALLY sorry but it looks like they’re about to rap battle
"yo yo yo if you could change yer fate"
"well you could change it if you’d let it go go go”
I always find it so funny when people bitch about ‘forced diversity’.
because, like, once you work retail you start to see just how different everybody is.
for example, the other day I greeted a woman I was ringing up and started asking her the usual questions we’re supposed to ask (if they have a rewards card, etc) and she made a gesture pointing to her ear and mouthed ‘I’m deaf’.
and I was just like ‘Oh’, and so I skipped over the questions and just gave her a nice smile instead of the usual schpiel we’re supposed to give. she thanked me in sign language and smiled back before walking away.
and that’s just one tiny example. she was just one customers of hundreds that shift. that’s not even mentioning all the other types of people I ring in a day, of all ages, body sizes, races/skin colors, and gender expression.
it’s like…that’s how the world is.
when people say having diversity in a fictional universe seems ‘false’ or ‘forced’, that says to me that they must exist in a very homogenous, sheltered environment. because even working for a company that has a rather disproportionately-high white middle-class customer demographic, I still see more diversity on any given day than I tend to ever see in books and movies and TV shows.
it’s just kind of laughable to me when people say a movie/book/franchise has “too much” diversity. because there’s no such thing.
Yes to all of this. I work on a supermarket checkout and the range of people I get to interact with is amazing. Our fiction should reflect that and sadly, it still rarely does.
I got this guys.
*RENT plays in background*
I’m waiting for this question to come up in a pub quiz. It will be my moment to shine.
Willemijn Verkaik aka. perfect human being
No you’re wrong, she’s not human, she’s a goddess. A queen goddess.
My Elphaba :D
The boobs jiggle is strong in this one
I noticed this yesterday…