That’s not Robert Downey Jr. That’s Tony Stark.
[UNWARRANTED AMERICAN DECLARATION OF FREEDOM]
TALK SHIT, GET HIT
finally, it has appeared on my dash
Well that was unexpected.
I was not expecting this
no one ever does
This is to help with rent so that I don’t lose the roof over my head and so that it will help when I move. Something that is going to be happening very soon.
I don’t normally ask for help because I’m shy and have a hard time doing it, but I’m asking for it now. In order to keep a roof over my head and to help me move out of this home that is causing me so much stress, I need to raise at least 1,000 dollars otherwise I could end up losing the home I’m at now before I move. I don’t normally ask for help but I didn’t know where else to turn.
The money raised will be used towards rent/keeping myself in house and home along with helping me move out of this very stressful place.
If you can’t help then please reblog. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart. If you want to know more about what’s going on then don’t hesitate to PM me and ask.
Do you know what I like the most here? They’re women and they ARE NOT wearing super sexualized leather clothes or posing in impossible ways.
And, of course, the Captain America 40’s hair.
The finished product - Selkie.
My designs for fem!Q and fem!007.
I’ve been asked a few times how I choose to design for my fem!versions of things, so I wrote a little bit here if you are curious:
When designing fem!versions of anything, I always ask myself:
a) Whether something needs to be changed for function
b) If personalities are the same, is a skirt/dress something they would even wear
c) How can I keep it 99% true to the style but put my own spin on it
I decided I wanted a skirt for Q because she is not doing the field work and could afford to wear a skirt without it hindering her job. In the movie, I loved Q’s plaid pants, but it is hard to translate that into an office skirt (without seeming like a kilt) or a pleated skirt (without it seeming too schoolgirl). Not wanting to sacrifice the pattern, I decided on subtle pleated to meet that problem half-way. I also decided to change the brown sweater into a vest for a more comfortable fit on her body shape. (I originally tried the full sweater and found it was too bulky).
I think my favorite challenges when doing fem!versions is seeing how little I can change rather than how much. For 007, In my mind, there was no need to change anything except make the suit more fitted for a female body. I didn’t even want to change the hairstyle because who needs hair flying in your face when you’re doing extreme stunts and fighting bad guys? Anything 007 wears for the work that he does, there is no reason why fem!007 wouldn’t wear the same. They are doing the same jobs.
Because clothes and hairstyles are sexless, these are always some of the most fun projects to work on for me. The challenge is not as thoughtless as “female designs = less clothing + longer hair,” It is is taking the same person, translating them into a differently shaped body, and designing clothes for them that are still true to their character.
Benefits of a human/dwarf relationship part 2