Commander going h a m
Ryuuko never had a day where she did not spare a thought for Senketsu.
hey friend. one day ur gonna be happy. one day ur gonna be sitting w someone u love in ur favourite place in the world and ur gonna think “wow. life is p great” and everything will be okay. but u gotta make it til then okay? just hang in there. u’ll be okay.
still not over it
i really recommend everyone who lives near a daiso store to go to their nearest daiso store. i went to one in australia for the first time today (having previously been to one in indonesia) and holy crap its the best. EVERYthing is $2.80. incredible
holy shit now i wanna draw a magical girl version of every god tier outfit… nah too lazy to. hohohohooo.
Here are all five of my Homestuck Welovefine tshirt design entries!
You dont have to rate them if you dont want to of course, but here are the links to just in case:
Thanks in advance and good luck to everyone else!
i actually forgot about this until i got an email saying it was the last chance for people to vote, and idc much anymore since all the hype’s gone down but yeah, i guess, here are my designs, if you want„
A comedy sci-fi film with a woman of color as the lead!
OH LOOK AT HOW CUTE SHE IS.
OK, here is what you need to know:
This movie, which may or may not be any good, is based on a book which is fantastically good. It’s called THE TRUE MEANING OF SMEKDAY, by Adam Rex, and not only does it feature a cross-continental road trip in a flying car by a dynamic eleven-year-old heroine of colour named Gratuity (her friends call her Tip), a cat named Pig, and the most loveable alien you will ever meet, it’s got a diverse supporting cast, makes some smart and pointed commentary about ageism, sexism, racism, and the treatment of indigenous peoples, is magnificently funny and moreover has some great comics in it.
It also makes a GREAT readaloud. I could do J.Lo (the alien)’s voice all day. But enough of my blather, let Tip and J.Lo tell you themselves:
All I know about the movie so far is that they have changed J.Lo’s name to Oh (presumably because Jennifer Lopez is no longer a current cultural reference), given him some weird curlycues on his head and taken the ponytails out of Gratuity’s hair. Having seen the prequel, I fear I am not optimistic about this movie doing any justice to the book… but if it gets some people to read the book, that will be a Good Thing.