Denise, 1989, Brazil. Female, although prefers Sun symbolism to Venus symbolism. Leo Sun. Mixed race. Computer science graduate. Art Nouveau, Lolita, Edwardian, Victorian, Steampunk. Pretty things in general. SFW
Fandoms: Doctor Who (emphasis to Academy Era), classic shoujo manga, a bit of Homestuck. Interest in Megaman X suddenly reignited after a hiatus of seven years.
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My dash needs more Megaman posts
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"Well, no matter who did it, it seems fairly obvious that they have incredible combat skills. Each and every blow was directed at a weak spot."
The Master and the Doctor had a boyband when they were young. Their songs included:
Please Don’t Be Rassilon’s (a love ballad)
Prying Prydonians (a song about the High Council…banned from public)
Let’s Rename the Death Zone [To the Love Zone] (a highly inappropriate song full of looms)
Sadly, nobody on Gallifrey seemed to enjoy their songs.
Back in 1969, thousands of Long Islanders came to Brookhaven to see a piece of the moon — a 12-gram chunk of a larger rock brought back to Earth by Apollo 11 astronauts. Scientists at the Lab analyzed many samples of lunar rocks and soil, finding that the rocks they examined had been on the moon’s surface for 30 to 50 million years.
The young boy peering into the magnifying glass actually contacted us a few years ago. He remembered the event and having his picture taken even 35 years later. Our Lab has been inspiring young’uns for decades and today we educate nearly 40,000 students every year.
(PS: You don’t have to be a grade-school kid to be floored by the simple fact that we brought back rocks from the moon.)
people who draw really beautiful things with complicated backgrounds and complicated compositions and complicated coloring
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Mod 2: Okay so besides looking like the upholstery of my grandmother’s sofa (WHICH I LIKE) the shade of blue is doing something good with the pink and green obi. It’s not a common shade of blue. They could have easily gone baby/sky blue or turquoise but this is a little less predictable, therefore in my opinion good. You have to look a little closer but the orange-yellow in the Obi is picking up the detail of the Obiage which isn’t a pastel-baby-room-colour like you’d expect. There’s also the light pink-peach of the zori and eri. It’s subtle but a really nice play with the colours being used in this set. It’s a bit more sophisticated that it first seems.