Expect art, words, anime/manga, cosplay, British gentlemen, film, TV, M/M, penises, pornpgraphy, macabre, psychology, crime/mystery/detective, vintage, swearing, ramblings, capslock, narcissism, eye candy, and assholery.
Oh, and the sublime, too.
I keep it classy. Most of the time.
Lettuce Bacon Green beans Tomato Ally sandwich
A comedy about being dead.
Levi is finally returning to work as a nurse after recovering from a car crash that nearly killed him. Nothing says “welcome back” like realizing he’s lost his marbles and can see the disembodied spirits of the comatose patients in the 6th ward. He begrudgingly helps them learn how to be dead. Eren, the newest coma patient in the 6th ward, has six months to learn how to be dead. Good luck, kid. (x)
Original fic by coldmackerel
Cover art by lazy-afternooner
A comedy about being dead.
Levi is finally returning to work as a nurse after recovering from a car crash that nearly killed him. Nothing says “welcome back” like realizing he’s lost his marbles and can see the disembodied spirits of the comatose patients in the 6th ward. He begrudgingly helps them learn how to be dead. It’s some real Sixth Sense shit, and everyone refuses to be Bruce Willis. Why won’t anyone be Bruce Willis in this damn metaphor. We can’t all be Haley Joel Osment. Eren, the newest coma patient in the 6th ward, has six months to learn how to be dead. Good luck, kid.
This part have been stuck in my head for quite a time.
Truth to be told, I can’t think much of other thing else but this.
Erwin let out a small chuckle. “You’re alive,” he agreed. After a few minutes, Erwin cleared his throat. “Uh, your tree is in bloom,” he said awkwardly. “Just thought you should know.”
Levi couldn’t help the smile that tugged at the corners of his mouth. “Is it nice?”
He knew the answer already. Though he had never seen it in bloom, and never would, he just knew it was beautiful. After all, how could something that so many people had cared about so much not be beautiful? It was impossible to think anything so loved could be anything less than breathtaking.
“It’s nice,” Erwin confirmed. “It’s really, really nice.”
'I'm flying, Jack!'
I have translated all the scenes that Your-Reply burned from the blu-ray disk and have a made list where you can find all of them in one post. Enjoy
Major disclaimer: The original post is just a copypasted collection of tweets. Reika didn’t write down every single step of the process, there are some repetitions and overall a lot of mentions of the Japanese 100-Yen supermarket chain Daiso. You can find several Daiso Internationals in America (mostly in Northern California) but for those who don’t have access to those handy stores, try Walmart or general hobby stores!
If you have any questions you consider asking me, please read this first.
Since it’s already spread over twitter, I’ll just leave the copypasta containing all of my tweets over here~.
■I will add a PS at the bottom.
But first of all, pictures of the finished product.
Some minor adjustments and fine-tuning might be necessary, but this is more or less how it is.
Now some pictures while having it equipped.
Also some photos after I did various adjustments here and there. This one’s the most recent status （＾ⅴ＾）
Basic Craft Foam Attack on Titan 3DMG Blade Tutorial
Disclaimer: By no means is this most exact or realistic way to make 3DMG but it makes due for a fairly decent con-safe cosplay prop that doesn’t weigh a ton or cost a fortune. This tutorial is only for the blades, but you can use the same basic principles and materials to make most of the other parts as well.
What you are going to need:
- 1 36” sheet of white foam board (from Michael’s)
- 1-2 (12” x 18”) sheets of white craft foam (I used Creatology Fun Foam)
- Black acrylic paint
- White acrylic paint
- Brown acrylic paint
- Silver 3D fabric paint (in the little squirt bottles for detailing)
- Silver metallic paint (I used Dazzling Metallics by DecoArt)
- Glue gun (make sure you have lots of glue sticks)
- 2 black pipecleaners
- Fine tip black sharpie
- Small paint brushes
- Tracing paper (or regular printer paper works as well)
- 1 small sheet of sand paper