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People don’t appreciate enough that Hogwarts had a giant squid in the lake. Not another magical beast. Not even a normal squid with magical properties. They just had a straight up giant squid in the lake and everyone was cool about it.

How did it even get there

Hagrid, probably

Hagrid, definitely

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beckymyang:

I was supposed to queue that Thousand Sunny post, but got a bit too excited and posted it immediately. This is what I made with the stars that are shown with that post

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As you can see, I have a bit of an obsession forming for tassel earrings. This was originally what I was planning on making. I had to search high and low for those large star beads. Thank goodness for Etsy. Then I had to wait for it to get to me from Canada, and I thought it’d take forever, but it actually got here really quickly, so that was a nice surprise. 

I have two more of those star beads left, so I think I’ll try to make something else that’s interesting. 

- Becky

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Minimal Manicures
Love Aesthetics x &Other Stories

i-love-aesthetics:

Minimal Manicures

Love Aesthetics x &Other Stories

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thebabbagepatch:

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A ghostly Guinevere Van Seenus in ‘Dreaming of Another World’ photographed by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia March 2011
(Filmed by Guy Stephens)


A ghostly Guinevere Van Seenus in ‘Dreaming of Another World’ photographed by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia March 2011
(Filmed by Guy Stephens)

A ghostly Guinevere Van Seenus in ‘Dreaming of Another World’ photographed by Tim Walker for Vogue Italia March 2011

(Filmed by Guy Stephens)

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messgala:

Her: “our son!”
Him: “the Birkin!!”

messgala:

Her: “our son!”
Him: “the Birkin!!”

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beckymyang:

One of the reasons I’ve been so distracted lately is because of a package I got in the mail the other day. I actually wasn’t expecting either for at least another week and a half, so it was a surprise for me too. 
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I’ve been wanting one of the One Piece model ships for quite a while now. Originally, I was going to get the Going Merry. I think it’s cuter than the Thousand Sunny and I like the character’s outfits better than the 2 year time skip. However, I own a little lego-ish version of the Thousand Sunny, so I thought it’d be better to get something that matched. That and I wanted something more complex. That was a huge mistake. I under-estimated how TINY the pieces were going to be and the level of details that go into it. I wasn’t expecting as much as I got, so I definitely bit off more than I could chew. Since this is the first model anything I’ve ever gotten, I really hope it turns out well.

One of my friends suggested that an air brush could make it look super professional, since you can’t get flat coats of paint with a brush, but I don’t think I’m ready to commit that much money into this, since a decent air brush (with a compressor) costs quite a bit. Maybe someday. For now, I’m just going to deal with what I have (I’m already painting with “normal” acrylic paints and brushes) and a whole lot of patience. 

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The brush strokes are driving me insane. I really wish I could prime it, but I’m afraid of losing details. 

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This is the base I painted. It’s not perfect, because my lines aren’t straight, but I think it looks alright. As long as the paint doesn’t peel off or something, I think I may do alright with the rest of the ship. I’ll just have to make it and never touch it again. 

- Becky

(I’ll write about the stars later)

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beckymyang:

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Some of my palettes. I actually think I have one more somewhere else, but I’m not entirely sure. 

The one on the left is the one I use the most often. It’s what I carried to school because it’s the sturdiest. It’s supposedly bullet proof, but I’m not eager to see if that’s true, because it also said it was okay to use acrylic paint on, but the acrylic never came off (as you can see). 

The one on the right is what I usually use at home. I prefer metal over the plastic one because it doesn’t stain as easily (if at all). It’s also what I’m used of. It’s not very good to travel around with though because the metal gets dings and dents sometimes. 

The one on the bottom is probably my favorite. It also has no paint inside it because I think it’s too pretty to use (haha). I’ll use it eventually, most likely when I have to replace the black metal one on the right, but that’s gonna take years (especially since I try to take really good care of my palettes). The last time I replaced a metal one took over a decade, so I guess I’ll use the white one in maybe 8 years or so (or never). Until then, it’ll just stay inside its nice little box. 

I keep my watercolor palettes pretty clean. It drives me insane when it’s not. One of my professors used to make fun of me for it (mostly because I’m totally messy with everything else). 

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Wanderlust: Burano, Italy. Island of VeniceA quiet, delightful island with picturesque pastel-colored houses.


Wanderlust: Burano, Italy. Island of VeniceA quiet, delightful island with picturesque pastel-colored houses.


Wanderlust: Burano, Italy. Island of VeniceA quiet, delightful island with picturesque pastel-colored houses.

Wanderlust: 
Burano, Italy. Island of Venice
A quiet, delightful island with picturesque pastel-colored houses.

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worth sixteen seconds. simply amazing

*trot**trot**trot**trot**trot*

Hoooooly shit

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Sun - Digital Brushesd by Dado Queiroz

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Sun - Digital Brushesd by Dado Queiroz

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