There are a lot of things that I enjoy, so you get to watch them cycle through my tumblr. Have fun with that. I can't guarantee that I will always be work-safe, but the NSFW things will most likely involve cussing. A lot of it. Fucker stick.



Love “Da Man Wit the Chips” but Jameila White is the new “Protest MVP.” #staywoke #trill 



US Constitution, First Amendment: The right to assemble, to have free speech, to have freedom of the press.

Ferguson Police: Kicks out media and limits protestors to a “First Amendment Area”image

funny, i thought the WHOLE COUNTRY was a first amendment area. silly me. 


Expanding foam tutorial part 1.

So this is the first time I worked with this stuff so hang in there with me. Hopefully this will be helpful to someone!

First I cut the shapes that I wanted to use out of a stiff paper. I used a Bristol board but I also think that a craft foam base would work. I just didn’t have any handy and was lazy. I then took a wore hanger, curved it around to match the tear drop shape I was making and taped the wire onto the Bristol. I used tape because later I wanted to easily remove the wire. I then bent the wire into the shape of the curves I wanted in the final piece. They are going to be big flower petals.

Once I had all four prepped I took them out to the garage and put them on a board that I did jot care if it got destroyed. This foam sticks to everything!

Read the label on the great stuff expanding foam. There are lots of different kinds you can buy. Some expand bigger but end up with bigger air bubbles which can be a pain. Some don’t expand enough and you have to use alot to get the shape you need. Figure out what’s best for you!

Shake the can. SHAKE THE CAN! It’s important. Like really. Don’t skip the can shaking. 60seconds minimum.

Then spray away. Not really much to it. You gotta get it all done pretty fast or the foam in the can nozzle will harden and you will have to cut it to continue. It’s a pain.

Then let it is. I didn’t actually wait very long. I sprayed the foam and went and sewed a skirt hem. When I came back they were hard. Maybe 30 minutes? It also is going to depend on the temperature of the room for the drying time. If you cut into them and they are still mush inside let it dry for another 30 minutes…. Just to be safe.

The next step is to get a blade. I used a long exacto blade but you can use a utility blade as well. Mark with a sharpie where you want your shape to kind of end up…. And go at it.

Tip: keep your blade sharp. A dull blade will pull at the foam and not slice through it. You will loose chunks. Just keep changing the blade. Suck it up. If you are like me use try to squeeze all the life out of your exacto blades and just end up wasting alot of time.

Alright. Part 2 will be up soon. The finishing!

Hope this helps!



Cosplay Boot Log ~ How I make boot covers for my cosplaying :3

Might be useful~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

elyseexplosion I know that you were changing your plans… But I found this






I’ve never understood the stereotype that women are more likely to faint at blood

I mean seriously

what do you think we do every month



I guess we have to come clean about the cult sacrafices too huh


Well now we do

(Source: gameofbooze)



Hey remember when I did that Supernatural/Doctor Who crossover painting with Castiel as a Weeping Angel?

Well, here’s your chance to have it all to yourself!

As you may have noticed, I’m moving across the country
We’re not taking much with us, so most of everything must go
Including little Cassie here

It’s on a three-day auction so I can ship it before we leave
and the starting bid is $10 which is technically less than the materials

So help a sister out, if you’re interested you can (bid)
If you don’t need a giant, almost life-sized painting, you can also contribute to the indiegogo

(every single dollar helps!)

Thank you for reading!!!

Cosplay Help Masterlist


So basically I had a bunch of tutorials liked/bookmarked and I wanted to consolidate them into one nice place. I hope this is helpful! I will probably make a part two later. EDIT Here is part two!

Beginner Help

Cosplay Crash Course - x

A Guide to Conventions - x


I always roll my eyes when people get upset if they hear the figures portrayed in modeling photoshoots and catalogue ads referred to as “fake” because, yes, what you are seeing in magazines is fake. Barring the fact that the styling alone usually involves a lot of heavy duty work done by an entire…