I have an explanation for this, I swear. 
I was teaching Summer Art camps this summer, for 8-10 year olds, and 11-14 year olds.

I was teaching Art of the Character for 11-14 year olds for two weeks, half a day. And on the first or second day, the kids were very awkward with me and each other, as to be expected. To break the ice, I asked who their favorite Disney princess was. I got legit answers, and then one child says “Batman”, after that picture on the internet of Batman in a pink princess dress.
We get to discussing that Leia is a Disney princess, since Disney owns Star Wars. And I said that Marvel is also owned by Disney, so my favorite Disney prince is Captain America. One of my children drew me Cap in a dress, just for me, since I said that. And in response, I drew Bucky in a princess dress to go with him. My class, they went nuts. They LOVED Princess Bucky, and the love of him even leaked into my afternoon class.So…Princess Bucky. He’s best princess. I REGRET NOTHING!

I have an explanation for this, I swear. 


I was teaching Summer Art camps this summer, for 8-10 year olds, and 11-14 year olds.

I was teaching Art of the Character for 11-14 year olds for two weeks, half a day. And on the first or second day, the kids were very awkward with me and each other, as to be expected. To break the ice, I asked who their favorite Disney princess was. I got legit answers, and then one child says “Batman”, after that picture on the internet of Batman in a pink princess dress.

We get to discussing that Leia is a Disney princess, since Disney owns Star Wars. And I said that Marvel is also owned by Disney, so my favorite Disney prince is Captain America. One of my children drew me Cap in a dress, just for me, since I said that. And in response, I drew Bucky in a princess dress to go with him. My class, they went nuts. They LOVED Princess Bucky, and the love of him even leaked into my afternoon class.

So…Princess Bucky. He’s best princess. I REGRET NOTHING!

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aaliyah1979-2001:

baaitat:

$10 pen doodles OPEN!
$10 is a base price. You pay more, you get more.
Shipping is $2, $4 international.
CONTACT malkyru at gmail dot com to get one!
Character belongs to Tidmatiger on Furaffinity.
Done on half a page of card stock (4.25” x 5.5”) with ball point pen.

gooooo commission them pls they are so talented and need work!!!!

^ This!

aaliyah1979-2001:

baaitat:

$10 pen doodles OPEN!

$10 is a base price. You pay more, you get more.

Shipping is $2, $4 international.

CONTACT malkyru at gmail dot com to get one!

Character belongs to Tidmatiger on Furaffinity.

Done on half a page of card stock (4.25” x 5.5”) with ball point pen.

gooooo commission them pls they are so talented and need work!!!!

^ This!

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Dad and I watched The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug tonight, and I took the opportunity to take some screencaps with my Nikon. I got some really SILLY faces, and I NEEDED to share them, I was dying when I saw what I got. I also got some just plain cool shots, so here is the fruit of my labor!

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baaitat:

Come to me, Cigar Worm…
He’s still for sale. I’m asking $26 + $3 shipping, $6 international.
He’s 2 1/2” tall, 2” long.
Contact me at malkyru at gmail dot com.

Ya’ll should buy this little guy, he’s so precious! :D

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Cosplay Bullying/Harassment: Specifically Large Cosplayers

I’m writing a paper for my English 202 class about how the cosplay community has problems with bullying and harassment, and to narrow my topic more (For the paper criteria) I’m focusing on bullying “fat” cosplayers. I’d REALLY appreciate people’s input and answers to a few questions, and if you have a story you don’t mind sharing and don’t mind me using as a source I’d really appreciate it. It can be anonymous, or I can credit you specifically. Whatever you’d like!

My questions are:

Is it a product of our society that compels us to shame those who aren’t ‘ideal’?

Why are we so fanatic in our love of our fandoms that we sometimes forget that the people we bully are human beings?

Has the internet caused this phenomenon? Or has it just made bullying cosplayers easier?

Should we look at the way that we express our fandom?

Is there even a way to regulate the realm of cosplay to make it less discriminatory?

Are certain fandoms worse than others?

Is there a reason or trend to explain that?

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I went to Setsucon this weekend, and I was cosplaying Nine! I did even better on my cosplay this year since I got a long-sleeved shirt that was the right color and had a V-neck, and I also remembered the banana this time!Sadly, only one person recognized who I was, and she wasn’t 100% sure. It was really disappointing, but I wanted to represent Nine and I had fun doing so.So here’s a pic of me sexy-lounging.

I went to Setsucon this weekend, and I was cosplaying Nine! I did even better on my cosplay this year since I got a long-sleeved shirt that was the right color and had a V-neck, and I also remembered the banana this time!

Sadly, only one person recognized who I was, and she wasn’t 100% sure. It was really disappointing, but I wanted to represent Nine and I had fun doing so.

So here’s a pic of me sexy-lounging.

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This is my Master’s Ring that I got in Cardiff at the Doctor Who Experience. 
I have no idea if I’m wearing it right, but mostly…
I was wondering if mine is the only one that has the enamel visible through where there SHOULD be black, or if that’s a common error other people found with theirs?

This is my Master’s Ring that I got in Cardiff at the Doctor Who Experience. 

I have no idea if I’m wearing it right, but mostly…

I was wondering if mine is the only one that has the enamel visible through where there SHOULD be black, or if that’s a common error other people found with theirs?

So these Big Finish Audio Dramas that I hear about…

I think I want to try them out. I love comics, but they don’t have the same effect as acting. And Lord knows I need more Paul McGann in my life; who doesn’t? So. Anyone who’s experienced with these things have any suggestions on especially good ones?

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flapperorslapper:

Doctor Who AU dark musical comedy in which several companions conspire to kill various versions of the Time Lord who wronged them

And now the six merry murderesses of the Stormcage Containment Facility in their rendition of The Cell Block Tango…

I’ve had this exact idea no less than 10 times a week.

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