M: This week, I discovered a terrible Earth disease called ‘loneliness’.
O: Do many people on Earth suffer from this illness?
M: Oh yes, sir. And how they suffer.
I really don’t remember this show being this profound. I suppose this means I need to go watch it again.
I should probably go do that anyway.
I am so not a photographer. I’m not.
This was going to be a generic demon but instead… meet Python, the Great Serpent! Python is a completely original sculpt, not cast, and there will only be one of him ever (as is fitting!)
He’s not sealed yet (I want to make sure the details are 100% set and dried before I do) but this is a pretty good preview. He’s made of flexible papier-maché and has hard resin teeth. He’s very comfortable to wear, although some care should be taken when doing so because he’s not the toughest snake in the world.
He’ll be for sale as soon as I get him sealed and totally finished and can add up the hours spent.
This is Susan. She’s friendly and very sick. I found her today and I believe she was possibly dumped at the side of the road by someone.
I am opening up donations to fund her recovery. She’s going to need expensive vet care. From examining her myself, she’s going to need cat flu medication, flea treatment, worm treatment and ear mite treatment.
All of which will add up to an expensive vet bill that I will struggle to cover myself. I am a student and I do not have family support and am surviving on allowance I get from the government which barely feeds me, covers my cat Henry’s food or pays the rent.
Any money you give will help Susan without leaving me hungry or my rent unpaid. NONE of the money I get will go into my pocket. Extra money that is unneeded in current treatment will go towards vaccinations and eventual neutering and microchipping for Susan. Any money past that will go to The Irish Blue Cross.
I will post progress photos after she comes back from the vet and until she is better.
Please reblog this and donate so I can help her as soon as possible.
Signal Boost for Susan.
Kitties with bad upper respiratory look so -awful-. But I’m sure she’ll clean up nicely. Help out if you can; none of those treatments are bank-breaking, but all at once they make an unwieldy lump.
I am covered in bits of latex and dried glue. There is paint and epoxy resin under my nails that is going to take some serious removal efforts. My kitchen table is literally two feet deep in bottles, jars, bits of detritus, and occasionally Bonnie (who doesn’t believe that there’s no room for her because when she lays down and pushes everything off on the floor, there is room for her).
Tis the Season. October is coming!
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Nope, my Alliance characters are even worse when it comes to being good - Marcus is a total dork and he’s optimistic and kind, and Aanara is just super-shy, but she’s a good gal as well.
I am unable to create a morally questionable protagonist, their good traits will always overweight their bad traits. It’s my curse and I don’t mind it lmao.
I really admire people who can consistently play villains. I can create one-off villains for stories and devise plenty of evil characters but if I play them for too long they will all inevitably go through some sort of awkward Vegeta-esque redemption arc.
Shout-out to people who can play jerks and have them stay jerks.
I have a few characters that are sort of bad guys but even then I have to temper them or I can’t play them. Nythaniel is desperately mentally unbalanced and really a serial killer and bone hoarder AND YET… he’s a gentle soul at the same time with peculiar bouts of deep philosophy. He’s like… the guy from Se7en meets Bob Ross.
And Galien is a horrible person; he’s a jerk, he’s a loudmouth, he’s an insensitive, ignorant, arrogant oaf and is 100% guaranteed to say the worst possible thing at the worst possible moment. But he always pulls through under pressure, even if he does grouse about it and how people take shameless advantage of him. He’s an asshat, but still… more or less… a decent person. A douchebag with a heart of, if not gold, at least a nicely polished naval brass.
Evil wears out really fast because no one wants to interact with you unless they’re weirdos that get off on victimization and… that just skeeves me out, honestly. Ick.
My dad yesterday saw a little black and white fluff pile on the side of the road so he went to investigate and found this little kitten. She was shivering and couldnt walk so he took her home and gave her food and water. We took her to the vet later that day and found out 1) shes a girl and 2) shes maybe 5 weeks old. We have two cats already so decided to keep her. This is the 4th abandoned stray kitten my family has found in the last 14 years that we decided to keep. Panda is so adorable and just wants to cuddle all the time. Hopefully our other cats adjust but we will see. I already love her lots <3
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The best kitten is always a rescue kitten.