knifeyutensil said: It’s not a spam.. IT’S A DECLARATION OF AWESOME. Repeated. xD And yes come to the dark side~ And PFFFFT you’d totally be Seiya. Not forehead-chan. Forehead-chan is a JERK. And Yaten is.. well Yaten. I actually really like their uniforms. :O
It’s a magnificent spam. Don’t stop. XD
And yes, if I were to cosplay them, it would be in their “male” form with the uniforms. Because:
- I really like uniforms
- There’s no way in hell I am ever wearing THIS in public:
I wouldn’t mind being Seiya. Her mullet still makes me a bit ill, though. (Just because it’s in a ponytail doesn’t make it less of a mullet.) Yaten’s would be really cute worn down, I think…
On the other hand, if being Seiya means getting to hit on Michiru, then it’s no contest at all.
Aww! I am super flattered! <3
And thanks for reminding me, I had been meaning to turn anon questions back on, I must have forgotten.
Anon questions are now BACK ON. So if you want to anonymously tell me how much you hate/love me, you are free to do so!
I’ve told you before when you posted kid pictures of yourself, we looked creepily similar. Are you sure we aren’t long lost cousins? XD
Haha, thanks. XD
I LOVED THAT JACKET!
And then one day it disappeared, I think one of my roommate’s friends must have stolen it. I felt like they stole a part of ME. ;_; I have gotten new jeans jackets since then, but none were ever as fabulous.
Here are two of my senior pictures.
So both of these I’m not sitting ‘feminine’ but only the first one people seemed to have a problem with. Because I’m wearing ‘feminine’ clothes rather than the ‘masculine’ ones in the second.
People seriously got all up in your grill for how you were sitting?
P.S. Soooo pretty. :3 (Though to be honest I thought you were Harry Potter in the thumbnail. -_-;)
Ohhh you wouldn’t be the only one who thought I looked like Harry Potter. Again, something that urked me cause I was clearly a woman. My classmates all wanted me to be Harry Potter for Halloween and I never did because I found it kind of rude people just assumed they could say I was a man. I just liked short hair. It wasn’t because I was a lesbian, it wasn’t because I wanted to be a guy, it was because I had had long hair forever and I wanted short hair for a change.
Fact: Every single short-haired, dark-haired girl with glasses has been called “Harry Potter” since that dang series came out. Myself included.
Sorry, I cut some text to save people’s dashes. But I agree with what you said earlier about not shoving yourself into a label, even if everyone (including your LGBT mentors, which sucks btw) try to tell you to or enforce labels on you themselves. Screw that.
Here are some pictures of me from ages 17-20, in various shades of gender (non)conformity:
Was this just an excuse to post a picture of myself in a skimpy Catholic Schoolgirl dress from Hot Topic? Maybe.
I learned a long time ago that it’s not really worth bothering with unspoken rules regarding dress and hairstyles and this silly notion of “these are boy things” and “these are girl things.” Honestly, I have never really felt a strong association with either gender, and even when I DID try to be more “girly” it made me feel more of an outsider than doing my on thing. So, now I just wear things that are colorful, or feel good, and I’m letting my hair get all long just because I haven’t done that before, and I’d like to try everything once.
Hmm… I’m not really a good person to ask, because I’m a bit of a “late bloomer” when it comes to attending cons as an artist rather than a visitor. I don’t think my experience is universal, because by the time I had a table, I had already been running a comic for 2 years and been promoted by Lady Gaga, both of which really boosted my sales and traffic.
I would very highly recommend having an assistant with you. Otherwise you’re risking a lot if you ever have to leave your stall for any reason- to go to the bathroom, etc. You really should always have at least two people per table.
For me, I know I wouldn’t manage without an assistant, because I usually get swamped with drawing requests/signing stuff/talking to fans, so I really need help with taking orders, sorting money, and keeping a list of the stuff I need to draw for people. And in the event of a slower day, it’s good to have the freedom to walk around and meet new artists/friends while you’re there.