hey guys, just letting you know:

  • if you want the original pictures of the creations i made, just asked me
  • if you want to use my creations in your post, just asked me
  • if you want the PNG pictures that I’ve cleaned (for making edits), just asked me
  • if you want to use my creations as your sidebar or cover for your fanmix, just asked me
  • heck i’ll even give you my psd as long as i still have them and can located them (my files in my laptop are scattered around) and as long as you’re not anonymous

please don’t:

  • repost my creations
  • edit my creations without asking me first and give a reason why you want to do that
  • claimed my creations as your own

i’ve seen my gifs and edits (from varies fandom) reposted and even edited by people here.

i know my creations aren’t that good, but i did put my effort in making every single one of them. please appreciate that

my askbox is always open to receive your messages or you can even mentioned me in your posts.

23 Sep   /  1 note


youaremybestfriendbud mentioned you in a photoset “There were great, grim, sky dragons that nested on the cliff tops…”

…Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III velvetblush HOW COULD YOU NO PLEASE WHY WHY THIS…

as Cressida wrote…….

23 Sep   /  0 notes

"There were great, grim, sky dragons that nested on the cliff tops like gigantic scary birds. Little, brown, scuttly dragons that hunted down the mice and rats in well-organized packs. Preposterously huge Sea Dragons that were twenty times as big as the Big Blue Whale and who killed for the fun of it

You will have to take my word for it, for the dragons are disappearing so fast they may soon become extinct.”

- Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III

17 Sep   /  1,472 notes


小松菜奈 for POPEYE, 09/2014

Sailor Moon Icon Prism Notebook


Nurture Studies by Diana Scherer

"With Nurture Studies, Diana Scherer presents an archive of flowers she has grown from seed over a six-month period. Rather than letting the flowers grow in open soil, she has forced each plant to develop within the confines of a vase. Only at the end of the process does she remove the plant’s corset, exposing roots that retain their shape as an evocation of the now absent vase…[read on]”


art meme: spring and winter in paris

“If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” ― Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast