Iesnoth: n. (Ee-is-nuth)

Designs for space mermaids for a Little Mermaid in space adaption. It’s super fun to think about. :D

I wore a low-cut shirt for the first time in a long time today. Throughout the morning, I would catch myself staring down at my own bewbs.

shiny-feathers:

Am I the only one who thought this was an arm instead of an eel at first?



NO. I thought it was an arm. It freaked me out for a second.

shiny-feathers:

Am I the only one who thought this was an arm instead of an eel at first?

NO. I thought it was an arm. It freaked me out for a second. <.>
Are you still selling copies of Landlocked? Or are you going to wait until after the rewrite?
Anonymous

I’m definitely waiting till after the rewrite. I can do much better now, and you guys deserve the best. :)

What is the hardest part about being a writer/artist for you? I love your art, by the way!

Thank you so much! I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. In short, drawing or writing stuff I know I’m not good at and staying motivated are two of the hardest things I deal with. And I have problems drawing a lot of stuff: animals, backgrounds, vehicles, robots. In writing, the hardest part is getting everything in: great characters, dialogue, descriptions, backstory, theme, etc., without losing my story. I’m deathly afraid of failing, and I don’t like to draw or write things I don’t enjoy. So I mix them in with things I do like, like mixing in veggies with mac n cheese. After a while, you can eat the veggies on your own.
I’m trying to be insightful here… not sure if I succeeded. But thank you so much for the question. :)

elementary-data:

Is it just me, or did Hannibal and Will have a little Coriolanus/Aufidius thing going on right there? ‘Cause that’s what I was getting, and it was beautiful.

WHAT IF Pushing Daisies was going to be about Ned and Olive getting together

skinnyscottish:

Rewatching Pushing Daisies wasn’t a good idea. Lee Pace’s handsomeness makes me wanna cry.

doctorkillerlol:

Hannibal’s milkshakes are made from the boys in the yard.

Is there a difference in Will’s behavior when he has his glasses on as opposed to off?

Is he more meek or in control or analytical when he has his glasses on? Does he hide behind them? Are they his version of a Clark Kent disguise, hiding his calculating and diabolical leanings?