Halloween on tumblr ideas: ask your followers to submit a character and you have to closet cosplay that character, no matter how inadequatley equipped you are
REBLOGGED THIS ONE BEFORE BUT I DONT EVEN FUCKING CARE
Every Character I Love: Lydia Martin (Teen Wolf)
“I can’t just turn this on. I’m not like you guys. I don’t have claws, or glowing eyes or super senses. I just have voices in my head.”
srsly guise, we don’t have enough coms for this camp……
Thursday nights are always fun on CD <3
WAIT THATS ME AND MY GUILDIES! <3 Everyone love the [Nuts] ;)
tag party tag party <3 so weird seeing these names not gold
This week one of my favorite artists, Victoria Ying, started a #7DaysOfColor Challenge over @instagram.
Every day of the week is assigned one of the colors of the rainbow. The objective of the challenge is to upload a drawing every day using the color of the day as subject matter. To spice things up for myself I made the week ”Audrey Hepburn Week” using her different dresses as inspiration!
Here is the set! enjoy~
Guillaume Côté -The National Ballet of Canada
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND; ‘SPIDER-GWEN’ GETS ONGOING SERIES IN FEBRUARY [NYCC]
It looks like Marvel is striking while the iron is hot.
September’s Edge of Spider-Verse #2, which featured an alternate-universe Gwen Stacy who bore the mantle of Spider-Woman and was also in a super-cool girl band, was such a massive success that the publisher has announced an ongoing series starring the character will launch in February. The creative team behind the Edge of Spider-Verse issue, writer Jason Latour, artist Robbi Rodriguez, and colorist Rico Renzi, are all expected to return.
The announcement came Friday morning at New York Comic-Con in a closed-door, retailers-only panel, which reportedly also teased a January event with the familiar words “No More Mutants”, and included retailer questions about the future fates of Thor, Wolverine and the Fantastic Four.
Valentin Yudashkin sent down an absolutely gorgeous and delicately feminine collection for his Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Flower appliqué and immaculately precise stitching accompanied ethereal silhouettes. There were billowing skirts, elegant daywear and pink floral pieces that personified Hans Christian Andersen’s Thumbelina. Hand-painted watercolors and pastels juxtaposed the metallic filigree in a strikingly luxurious way. When you lacquer something in gold, it becomes that much more precious.
The models looked like walking vases - an open canvas for blooming life and rejuvenation. The dresses could be mistaken for floral couture, as if a garden was blooming directly on them. A palette that consisted of the colors of clouds could only be fit for a modern Disney princess and her woodland nymph counterpart.
Photographed by Vogue Italia
Black Widow #011: “You ready?” "Let’s bring hell."