destroyerofworlds:

also who the fuck only starts a cosplay the week before a convention?

like??

i’ve put more effort into fancy dress parties

i put more effort into halloween

They don’t start the cosplay a week before. These cosplayers know better than that.
Actually one of them only had three days to make a costume. Why? Because the producers told them last minute that they’re going to a certain convention. So if the whole week thing is true, it’s the producers’ fault.

Don’t blame the cosplayers. They’re like us and know better.

Tossback Tuesday. Making Kida for @zsa_zsa918 with @magicalgirl_becky Detail and texture is basically what is worth less than two days work. Success.
What I love about working with creative people is that even though some can’t sew, they know what they want. They understand texture and details and more than willing to change the design of a character to make it fitting. That’s what we did with Kida. We used her background information and the general design of the movie to make minor adjustments to her look.

Tossback Tuesday. Making Kida for @zsa_zsa918 with @magicalgirl_becky Detail and texture is basically what is worth less than two days work. Success.
What I love about working with creative people is that even though some can’t sew, they know what they want. They understand texture and details and more than willing to change the design of a character to make it fitting. That’s what we did with Kida. We used her background information and the general design of the movie to make minor adjustments to her look.

fuckyeahcostumedramas:

Angel Coulby in ‘Merlin’ (2008). x

fuckyeahcostumedramas:

Angel Coulby in ‘Merlin’ (2008). x

disneydisposables:


film camera from about 10 years ago, disney world. Probably taken with my awesome leopard camera from back then; probably one of my favourite things from my childhood (by AJFStuart)

disneydisposables:

film camera from about 10 years ago, disney world. Probably taken with my awesome leopard camera from back then; probably one of my favourite things from my childhood (by AJFStuart)

(via shesanamericanhoney)

bulletproofjewels:

ladytudorrose:

I don’t agree about heroes and villains. Not only is it hard to tell the difference, you will not find anyone who clearly fits in either category. When people try to put people in those categories they’re always disregarding a large part of the story, and that means whitewashing the true sins of the past and writing our own version over it. Some great acts of history are very noble, others are horrifically evil, but we can only judge the actions, not the people.

Everyone with a history blog needs to reblog this.

(Source: notinboats, via downtocamelot)

sonicdinglehopper:

Rapunzel (by sonicdinglehopper)
disneyparksphotoproject:


Let Me Out Of Here!

photographer: Mr. GIF
location: Walt Disney World
disneyworldsisters:

Snow White in Seven Dwarfs Mine Train on Flickr.
Much Organza. Such Vogue. Wao.
Photograph by Chasis PhotosCosplay by Duy Truong Cosplay

Much Organza. Such Vogue. Wao.

Photograph by Chasis Photos
Cosplay by Duy Truong Cosplay

Fan page messages…

Fan page messages…

elkaydee:

dakt37:

naughtyrobotics:

trickstersgambit:

madcap-self-made-superhero:

the-apex-predator:

vida-es-bonita:

this is actually really relevant in today’s society.

otherwise known as the entire romney campaign

Judge Frollo even kinda looks like Romney.

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Shit you’re right.

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wait so does that mean

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Hell yeah Michelle Obama xD

(via polkahotness)

"Much organza. Such vogue. Wao." by @chasisphotos

"Much organza. Such vogue. Wao." by @chasisphotos

Genderbend Elsa exploring. #GetPopCultured #BNBookseller #Contest

Genderbend Elsa exploring. #GetPopCultured #BNBookseller #Contest

Genderbend Elsa reading a book on Olaf at Barnes and Noble. #GetPopCultured #Contest #BNBookseller

Genderbend Elsa reading a book on Olaf at Barnes and Noble. #GetPopCultured #Contest #BNBookseller

fantomas-en-cavale:

Georges Simenon et Joséphine Baker au restaurant de celle-ci Chez Joséphine, Paris, 1928

fantomas-en-cavale:

Georges Simenon et Joséphine Baker au restaurant de celle-ci Chez Joséphine, Paris, 1928