In my dreams, I am a star. That star is me.

yiffmebabyonemoretime:

yiffmebabyonemoretime:

if i had a dime for everytime an adult man made me feel uncomfortable

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flookz:

Guh-huh

flookz:

Guh-huh

abbydraws:

Dark Mercury Masquerade
The 2nd opening of the “Moon Crisis: A Sailor Moon Tribute Show" will be having a Sailor Moon Masquerade event at Rothick Art Haus on August 9, 2014!

abbydraws:

Dark Mercury Masquerade

The 2nd opening of the “Moon Crisis: A Sailor Moon Tribute Show" will be having a Sailor Moon Masquerade event at Rothick Art Haus on August 9, 2014!

darkness-matters:

Parent: What does a cow say?

Baby: Moo!

Parent: Yay!! What does a cat say?

Baby: Meow!

Parent: Great job! Now, what does a dog say?

Baby: *deep voice* Aoba

cowbuttcrunchies:

Hi! I love the detail embroidery adds to your cosplays, and I would love to involve it in my own but I don’t know where to start. Could you perhaps give me a few pointers?

You have a few different options available if you’re looking to add some embroidery to your cosplays:

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  • Hand embroidery: Done by hand via a needle, embroidery floss, and a hoop to keep your fabric taut.  This is an easy and cheap way to embellish your cosplays, but it is very time-consuming.  The spindle on Hhhhammy’s Aurora gown are four inches high and took several weeks to complete.
  • Machine embroidery (custom designed) - A custom embroidery pattern that can be downloaded into your embroidery machine.  This gives you as much freedom as hand embroidery, but is less time-consuming.  However, designing your pattern can take much trial and error, in order to get the stitching correct.  Also be careful about making your design too small or placing too many stitches in a tiny area unless you know your machine can handle it.  Custom embroidery designs can also be purchased or  commissioned from online sellers, since certain embroidery file types are universal.
  • Machine embroidery (pre-programmed):  These embroidery designs or stitches come preset on your embroidery or sewing machine.  This is the fastest method, but you have a limited number of options available if you’re looking for something specific.  Also be aware that any elaborate stitch designs on a regular sewing machine will come with a maximum width - unless you have a high-end machine it is usually not possible to make your stitches wider than the length of your foot.

Basically, first consider what kind of equipment you have available.  Don’t have an embroidery machine on hand?  You’ll want to either hand embroider or check your sewing machine to see if it comes with any fancy stitches.  Second, think about how large your design needs to be and how much time you have available.  For hand embroidery, make sure that you start early on so that you can work a little bit over a long period of time.  Even machine embroidery can take longer than you think, since you will need to hoop and re-hoop many times if you are embroidering a large space - my Signless cape needed to be re-hooped over 30 times to embroider the front trim.

This is an W.I.P draft of my already planned cosplay of Amaterasu/Shiranui ( Whatever, they are the same person.) for possbile katsucon 2015 or 2016. I hope it turns out better than this picture. 

This is an W.I.P draft of my already planned cosplay of Amaterasu/Shiranui ( Whatever, they are the same person.) for possbile katsucon 2015 or 2016. I hope it turns out better than this picture. 

tearlessrain:

will-you-be-electric-sheep:

Watch it in video

interesting how the answers change as the men get younger

Don’t try to tell me society is getting more screwed up. It may be taking us a while but we are learning.