Anonymous asked: Hi one of my main characters in the book I'm writing is asian with turquoise hair, when I told someone this they said it wasn't realistic at all and turquiose hair doesn't suit their skin tones, is it unrealistic?


Is their hair naturally turquoise without any explanation for the color? If yes, then that is unrealistic for any character. 

If your character dyes their hair then let them have whatever hair color they want. Whether turquoise hair matches a person’s skin tone doesn’t depend on their overall skin tone, but their undertones, makeup, and clothes and even then it shouldn’t matter if it “suits” them or not.

Title: BLOOD+ Grand Theme

Artist: Mark Mancina & Hans Zimmer

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my school’s principal and head of school made a video to announce our snow day you should all watch it you won’t regret it!!

omfg let me transfer to your school



isn’t it weird to think that you might be drinking the water that someone drowned in and that you might be breathing in the same air that last left a dying person’s lungs and that gift you gave someone that was wrapped in recycled paper might have been someone’s suicide note and that the box jellyfish has 64 anuses 

isn’t that weird to think about

She’s a great gal, and, as we all know, a singular talent, like a completely unique, singular talent. She just was born like a purebred, in terms of you just say `go’ and she goes. It’s infuriating because I can’t keep up with it. So it’s beautiful to work with such an incredibly talented and wonderful person.” - Andrew Garfield


Imaginative art by John Park.


maybe it’s time to slow yr roll felipe

also: am totally bored/need some drastic change with my art

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loving; feeling or showing love or great care.

Etymology: ultimately from Latin amor, amorem, "love".




villains who switch sides due to personal convictions and not because they fell in love with a hero

villains who fall in love with a hero but refuse to switch sides due to personal convictions

villains who have feelings for heroes but aren’t willing to just ditch their life and everything they’ve worked for

sympathetic villains with goals and motivations other than heroic bonkybits