Squadron Log

ghoultit:

god i love it when krissy shoots one of my worse ideas in the foot I LOVE CRITIQUE!!!! puts hair on my chest

jesus christ for two seconds I thought this was a legit callout post and I WAS like dori no im sorry dori no I didnt mean it I  didn’t mean any of it we can work with your idea it’s a good idea

now that I know ur okay ALL YOUR IDEAS ARE TERRIBLE IM STAGING A COUP AND SEIZING CONTROL OF SUMMER ROSE COURT 

stunningpicture:

Was playing around with my camera and some broken glass, and I captured this. (OC)

stunningpicture:

Was playing around with my camera and some broken glass, and I captured this. (OC)

CALM YOUR TITS

I too have worked in a haunted house, and I read your post about working in one and I'm so genuinely entertained because stories shared between haunters are pretty great. Incredibly sorry you got kicked though - its shame some people's gut fear reaction is physical violence. It's very hard to scare them safely. (Guy running in circles was my favorite, by the by).

it was the coolest job but had the weirdest negative points

Varzy: Burning Rose: Ruby's semblance catches the blazing shots of Ember Celica and goes from a whirlwind we saw her use against JNPR into a blazing inferno that Ruby trailes over enemies. Not actually super lethal but an amazing distraction, fire everywhere will do that.
Varzy: Strawberry Sunrise - highly co-ordinated skill where Yang swings in with an uppercut or haymaker at the same instant that Ruby comes in on the opposite side with her scythe. when done right, punches even the toughest of grimm's head clean off.
Varzy: Enabler - they drop their weapons and just make out, right fucking there, seriously finish the fight or get a room idk
Xekstrin: get out of the dumpster that's my house
jhenne-bean:

madithefreckled:

still trying to figure out what designs I like best but here’s more sketches

/SQUEALS

jhenne-bean:

madithefreckled:

still trying to figure out what designs I like best but here’s more sketches

/SQUEALS

WHEN DID TUMBLR MAKE ME UNFOLLOW YOU

DECEPTION

DISGRACE

boo-author:

eshusplayground:

actualgothicheroine:

eshusplayground:

This makes me think about how the simple composition of a frame or shot can make a female character or character of color seem more or less important to a scene or narrative.

And I think this really drives home the point that there is a difference between viewing fiction as a window to another reality vs. a constructed story with meaning.

So many times I’ve seen what I story was trying to tell me about it’s characters, their roles, and their relationships. But the question you’re posing is one that I never thought to pose regularly when I view stories, how does the visual aspects of storytelling contribute to how the narrative and audience views a female character or person of color?

One thing I that’s very apparent is objectification. So,so many times, a female character will be introduced via the camera looking them up and down long before focusing on the face. We’re so used to things like that, it’s jarring when the same is done to a man, like the scene when Thranduil is introduced in The Hobbit.

One other thing we know as very apparent is when characters of color are placed in the background or off-center in group shots, leaving the white characters front and center.

Exactly. It’d be interesting just to go through a few movies or TV shows and examine their visual composition and see how that lines up.

This is colliding with a lot of thoughts I’ve been having lately vs. the idea of TV shows/movies as “this is what happened” vs. “this is the story of what happened”.

And also how protective the traditional Curators of Canon are against the more critical analysis and expansive views taken by (primarily female) fandom.

flanarie:

started watching this show & it’s great!
err, i don’t know how to color hair :x but i had a lot of fun doodling this

flanarie:

started watching this show & it’s great!

err, i don’t know how to color hair :x but i had a lot of fun doodling this

tiltingparasol:

It’s kind of interesting how Ruby’s color scheme matches that of a Grimm.

tiltingparasol:

It’s kind of interesting how Ruby’s color scheme matches that of a Grimm.