Cat + Lady = Teacup

Also at AO3 as TheColorBlue; as well, if submitting "asks," you can specifiy (public) or (private) at the beginning if you have a preference for how you want it answered. :)

Silverlake Studio : my original writing tumblr with related links.

shorm:

I’m sure this is making the rounds already, but just to make sure everyone sees this — this is a really good trial.

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chocotaur:

tidesandfire:

So I still need to raise £175 in a day essentially, in order to make rent. As it stands that’s not going to happen. The only leeway the bank will give me is 3 more days on top of that. Then they start charging me £60 by the day. 

I desperately, desperately need the money.

Please think about commissioning me - I’m doing sketches for $8 until sunday, or you can see my usual prices here

Some examples of my work:

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[…] If Snowpiercer had merely told the tale of an oppressed working class rising up to seize power from an evil overlord, it would already have been an improvement over most of the political messages in mainstream cinema. There are all sorts of nice touches in its portrayal of a declining capitalism that can maintain its ideological legitimacy even when it literally has no more bullets in its guns.

But the story Bong tells goes beyond that. It’s about the limitations of a revolution which merely takes over the existing social machinery rather than attempting to transcend it. And it’s all the more effective because the heart of that critique comes as a late surprise, from a character we might not expect.

[…] All too often, explicitly political art fails as both art and politics. Socialists shouldn’t put up with half-assed imitations of popular genres, nor with political messages denuded of anything but the lowest common denominator.

What makes Snowpiercer satisfying is that it commits neither error. It’s an engrossing and stylish movie, and its underlying themes go beyond merely pointing out class exploitation to challenge the logic of capital. It’s a movie that should be seen as widely as possible, if only so that Bong Joon-ho gets more chances to make movies for English-speaking audiences that badly need them.

spicyshimmy:

william shatner: have you heard of chris pine? he’s disney princess kirk

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septembriseur:

magickedteacup:

now that I have access to a piano that’s actually in-tune again, the first thing I do is write some music inspired by septembriseur ‘s fic A red fish that fits just right in the hand.

As one does. 9.9

Was kind of just hacking out some demo music for what if “A red fish” was a Marvel film; so the beginning iteration of the demo theme is supposed to sound kind of Cap2, drama-action-thriller or what-have-you. The last 20 seconds or so is another background theme I was experimenting with, titled in my music folder as “Lilies and Honey.”

UM never before in my LIFE has anyone written MUSIC for one of my stories. This is rather staggering. What is happen. I have a great weakness for this type of piano music as well, so I am utterly laid low. GO LISTEN.

C:

I am really glad you liked it! <333

Aside from the fact that sometimes I behave like a Disney character and seem to want to write music in response to stuff instead of other means of response—I’m actually trying to take a moment to think about what specifically was going on in my head when I started doing these pieces—I think actually it had a lot to do with the fact that a huge part of the emotional experience for me in watching Cap2 was the music. The musical themes were integral in getting the full emotional experience of these characters. And, ahh, so basically while your fic are not the only beautifully written Cap2 on the internet, they do happen to be the only fic about Bucky and Steve and all them that resonates in my mind with the original soundtrack’s music. The feeling of your writing is like the feeling I get from the film and the film’s music. 

So somewhere in there was this gut reaction of wanting to write more music to, I don’t know, tie the whole package of these feelings together. Also to expand on the kind of music I experiment with writing too. The impulse of writing “Lilies and Honey” was to get a sound that I don’t normally write, inspired by the feeling I got when I read your stuff.

bettydays:

I scrolled down looking for an explanation and I just

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Hey all! Would anybody be interested in beta-ing my novel? I would really appreciate some critically honest feedback on some content and structural stuff going on in my novel before I resubmit to relevant personnel. 

Premise: It’s a novel set primarily in the 1930’s, California, heavy in animation history stuff, but the heart of it is about two guys falling in love, and the kind of fairy tale magical stuff that happens around them as they fall in love. Other misc. thematic elements include kind of “second-coming of age” stuff, and grappling with depression and anxiety issues, and eventually also broadening one’s perspective on the world from a local to a global platform (I’m still working on the sections that address the last theme, but there they are). 

You can go to http://daphnele.tumblr.com for a taste of my general style in regards to that whole project. 

If anyone’s interested, you can leave a message via either “ask box” or “fan mail.”

Thanks in advance!

I've noticed that a lot of artists look kind of like the way they draw or their art style; I mean, the feeling of them; seeing your photos, I have the thought that you look as adorable as the way you write (I mean, well gosh, you've been writing a lot of angst lately of course with Bucky, but when you do write the adorable stuff; like, the emotional style of it).
magickedteacup magickedteacup Said:

augustbird:

THIS IS THE CUTEST MESSAGE I HAVE EVER RECEIVED I’M KEEPING THIS ON MY BLOG!!! THANK YOU FRIEND :’)))))))))

:)