there are people in the fandom who can
- write fanfictions
- draw fanarts
- create gifs
- think of theories
- edit stuff
and then there’s me
But there’s you, who
- Read our fanfictions
- Like/Reblog/Commission us for our fanarts
- View our gifs
- Support our theories
- Are amused by our edits
You are just as important as the rest of us.All the fandoms should see this.
Request from monochromeMiasma of her OC Ryve and Pyrrha Nikos
guess what? I keep drawing for about 12 hours!(im crazy)
the last one is my AU things~ I had finished it in my head but still dont know how to start…
and the HF AU .to practice my coloring skill :D
Guess who’s who for Halloween this year!
college!au mornings (includes roomies blake+yang and weiss+ruby stopping by their dorm room)
Requested by anon [x]
what the fuck is wrong with this show
This scene right here is why I got into Adventure Time. This scene was INCREDIBLY dark, twisted, and disturbing AT FACE VALUE. It gets SO MUCH WORSE when you stop to think about it.
Finn is there because he’s tired of being called a child. He wants to grow up. He wants to be a MAN. And here come beautiful women, telling him to partake of their fruit. And Finn is going to do it, because Jake told him not too and Finn is being rebellious and decided since Jake said not to he was going to be an adult and do it anyway. So Finn starts to take this fruit to show he’s not a child anymore.
And the fruit turns out to be a terrible curse, an awful thing. The one that ate the fruit was eaten alive by the other monsters (And gifs can’t do that scene justice, if I remember it right when they start tearing the skin off the apple there are tearing sounds and the ‘apple’ starts to cry or scream and the fleshy insides quiver around the bones as its torn apart and devoured.)
And I realized they just couched a lesson about kids having sex too early to try to grow up, in ways no kid is ever going to understand, in the confines of a fantasy-setting cartoon show, on Cartoon Network.
And I’ve been hooked on this show ever since.
Plus, when the vines shoot out of her eyes and mouth, they form the shape of a thorny, twisted heart before ensnaring her and (presumably) killing her.