I hate when people say looks don’t matter and that you are shallow for liking someone who looks good. I’m sorry but I can’t see caring or down to earth written on their face. You have to be some what attracted to someone to approach them. Unless you never see their face and met them online is the only way around that.
NEVER LET ANYONE MAKE YOU FEEL BAD FOR LIKING SOMEONE BASED ON LOOKS. We all do it, if you say you don’t you’re a liar.
#every villain’s demise ever
I JUST LOOKED IN MY BAG FROM TORA-CON AND FOUND SOMEONE’S PHONE. I’M PRETTY SURE IT BELONGED TO A MEENAH I WAS HANGING OUT WITH NAMED SHILOH. IF ANYONE KNOWS HER IN PERSON PLEASE TELL HER I THINK I HAVE HER PHONE????
Oh god guys pls signal boost this. Shilohs probably flipping out
Did you try going through the contacts and calling someone labelled “Mom” “Dad” “Grandma” or ”Grandpa?” Try looking for family member names, or if they’re one of those people who labels close people like “Bro” “Sis,” etc…
Well, as promised, here’s my now completed “Rise of the Guardians” fan art piece, “Still Dream”. The title comes from the gorgeous song at the end of the film, and I’ve posted a quote with it adapted from G.K. Chesterton. Medium is watercolor and color pencils on watercolor paper.
I plan to post some progressional pictures of the entire piece in the near future, and probably some better close-ups of sections, since some of the detail inevitably gets lost in a full shot like this.
Thank you Dreamworks, William Joyce, and Peter Ramsey for giving us this wonderful story, which has quickly become one of my all-time favorite films ever. The gorgeous animation has inspired me artistically, and the story itself means more to me than I could possibly begin to convey in a short blog post.
Thanks also to each of you who have shared in my excitement about this piece! I am so delighted to finally be able to post the finished painting.
~ J.N. Garrett
"Friendship is born at that moment when one man says to another: “What! You too? I thought that no one but myself …"
Book Geek Quote #455(via bookgeekconfessions)
"The worst part of holding the memories is not the pain. It’s the loneliness of it. Memories need to be shared."
Lois Lowry, The Giver (via observando)
Pride & Prejudice, 2005