I don’t get why you never see many “-Sprite” cosplayers even attempt to replicate their ghost tails. Like I don’t mean attempt to remove your legs for your cosplay, no one’s going to argue that that’s a terrible idea… But what about little plush tails attached to their torso/curled around their legs and then wear black pants or a dark skirt underneath. Then it’s up to the viewer to ignore the black clothes, like Kuroko.
if u aren’t a dog person then I’m sorry for u
I had the Giant Woman song stuck in my head, which meant this was the only logical course of action.
Working on some new references for my TFA character designs for fun, so here’s one of the Constructicons. You know, the green and purple one :0
(Design may change later)
I try to avoid watching twitch plays pokemon for extended periods of time for the sake of my mental health, but I’m incredibly fascinated by the complex mythologies they craft around whatever item happens to be at the top of their inventory at any given moment.
For all the complaining I see of people saying that Rosemary shippers boil the characters down to “those two lesbians" and deprive them of their individual identities, I don’t think I’ve ever seen it happen. Sure there is some definite “Haha look at those two gay kids" but I feel like it’s just some self-aware laughs to be shared with people who already care for the characters so much they feel it goes without saying. Especially when the rest of the fandom is so eager to discount their canon sexuality it’s sort of cathartic to just be able to say "Look at them, they are so gay!”
But I guess other people just don’t see it that way…
And I can’t fight this feeling anymore
I’ve forgotten what I started fighting for
It’s time to bring this ship into the shore
I just got really annoyed by the “mischaracterization of kanaya: lesbian” ones
That’s just one of the many double standards involved in the situation. Mischaracterizing male characters starts a movement that consumes the fandom for weeks and thousands of instances of female characters being boiled down to a select handful of their quirks happens literally any day of the week. Treating a female character like they don’t have any romantic interest in male characters (Even when they canonically don’t) sparks arguments about what it means to be gay in a non-heteronormative culture, while treating that same character as being exclusively straight is somehow expected to be an unassailable stance beyond any and all reproach.
Haha, remember when the Homestuck fandom made a huge fucking deal about the Homestuck Fandom mischaracterizing characters and focused solely on the mischaracterizations of of the male characters? Haha, remember…?
I’ve never really been one to lament my dateless-ness on valentines, but it’s especially hard to be too bummed out about it when there’s so much art of my OTP to enjoy.