orcabelly:

HOLY CRAP BELLY MOVED TO CHICAGO! HELP XEM PAY BILLS!

hi yall!  if you’ve been following my journey, you will know that i recently moved to chicago!  my expenses have changed a bit, so here’s is an updated list of things i pay for and what you can do to help (hint, it’s buy art!) $400 in rent, $75 in phone bill, $40-70 in groceries, monthly payments on a $1200+ medical bill, $30-120 for adderall ( which I NEED, okay ), and $$$ for college which i will be returning to here in chicago.

to see where my queue is at, please references my #remember tag on my blog!  there will be an updated queue on my commissions!  i’m working a full time job currently, so time it takes to finish commissions can vary! please be patient, and don’t be afraid to email for updates!  i’m always willing to let you know where things are at!

OKAY NOW THAT WE KNOW ALL THAT, WHAT ARE UR PRICES, BELLY? good question, lil friend.

  • 1 character - $15
  • 2 characters - $30
  • 3 characters - $40
  • ADDITIONAL CHARACTERS AFTER 3: +$10
  • SIMPLE BACKGROUNDS: NO EXTRA CHARGE!
  • COMPLICATED BACKGROUNDS: +$5

BUT WHAT WILL YOU DRAW, BELLY??

  • SMUT!
  • GORE!
  • FLUFF!
  • ANGST!
  • FANDOM!
  • ORIGINAL CHARACTERS!
  • YOUR FAVORITE KINKS!
  • ALL KINKS
  • every kink

WOAHH THATS AWESOME.  HOW DO I GET IN CONTACT WITH YOU?

easy peasy, friend!  just shoot me an email at andsarahbellesaid@gmail.com.  all commissions will be taken through paypal

even if you can’t commission, please help spread the word!

you can also help by purchasing things from me redbubble and my society6 stores!

Belly is quality, guys. Recommended!

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bennyslegs:

people who were once Sherlock fans being shitty to people who are still Sherlock fans like get a hobby, a job, a career, make a home, etc,

nobody cares about how superior you feel

This is my biggest fandom irritation, TBH.

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doctorwhoatson:

Finally, my submission for the Cabin Pressure artbook Alpha Romeo Tango. We got the thumbs up to post our submissions long ago and I kept forgetting weh

It was such an honor to work along so many talented artists ;w; I feel so unworthy aahh the finished book is amazing *-* (I think they’re sold out now). John Finnemore was given a copy at the last CP recording and he loved it. Knowing he has the book makes me so happy SO HAPPY

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uncreativeart:

Have both

and one with a boner

i dont know much about nymph!John, but he’s adorable as heckie. I like to imagine that depending on what environment he chills in, his flowers and tattoos change.

hope y’all like it. This is my last public piece, now I prepare to move~

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celestedoodles:

lupita in some star wars costumes

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OOTD: New top from Forever 21, old shorts from Cubus. ;p

watermelonwings:

I am 2 years late but I finally watched BBC Sherlock!!

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Also

veronica-rich:

rosecathy:

In “Pete,” why doesn’t the virus eat through the paper the Boys use to cover their bits?

I’m more curious why they continued covering their bits in front of Hollister and the male guards. Rimmer would, but I wouldn’t think Lister would be all that concerned…

IDK, it felt natural to me. Yeah, Lister wouldn’t mind being naked, but it’s not about being naked so much as feeling vulnerable in that situation. #MyTwoCents

indigobluerose:

Bertie Wooster portrait by Ironicbees

justaholmesboy:

orcalock painting practice for the orca mamma uwu

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there is zero proof that Sherlock does not canonically love orcas. the orcalock conspiracy.

justaholmesboy:

commission for starfish-are-stickers!

theresa decorating a little pilot with one of the flowers he gave her ;u; i hope this is alright!!

atomic-mayonnaise:
For the drabble meme: 25, Rimmer/Lister

(I totally forgot about this - so sorry!!)

"You’ve lost it, haven’t you? You’ve actually gone and lost it."

Lister tried not to audibly sigh. “I haven’t lost it.”

"You have. You’ve lost your mind."

"Look; I haven’t lost it, all right?"

Rimmer crossed his arms, preening. “Fine. Then where is it?”

Lister set his beer down nervously. “Eh?”

"Where," Rimmer enunciated, "is it? Kryten will go absolutely spare!

Giving up, Lister sighed; “in the airing cupboard.”

Rimmer nodded, opening the door and taking out the jar, within which a brain pulsed healthily. “Honestly, sometimes I think it was a mistake to save it from our future selves.”

professorfangirl:

How would you like to study Sherlock in film school? Get a taste as Professorfangirl walks you through a film analysis of “The Empty House” in real time. We’ll go scene by scene together, examining how the show’s cinematic techniques create their effects, and discussing what they mean for us both as fans and film scholars. We’ll address such questions as: How do you read the language of images? Is there a Sherlock iconography and visual style? How does visual subtext really work? Includes a brief introduction to film analysis and a handy-dandy guide to film terms and essential shots. It’s Sherlockian Film Geek 101!

Liz Eckhart, aka Professorfangirl, teaches film, media, and Shakespeare Studies at Southern Oregon University, as well as blogging about fandom and writing fanfiction in both the Sherlock and Skyfall fandoms.

Gawd dammit, why can’t I make it there??