Superboy commission for the ever patient and lovely datbukkit
Was feelin some moody Kent farm blues lol hope you like :)
This is one of Yuna’s song, entitled Stay. It’s really cool and the music kinda 80’s plus Yuna classic voice. :) Enjoy guys!
- Yuna - I wanna Go
Happy birthday Yunalis Zarai !!
- Teen Titans Go!
The ultimate combination!
This elegantly embroidered coat and matching scarf has quite an interesting history. The coat was originally created for the TV series The House of Eliott in 1994, where it was worn by Stella Gonet as Beatrice Eliott. According to both Louise Macdonald (the milliner who made the hat for The House of Eliott) and Cosprop, the coat was actually created from an antique table cloth from the 1920s.
The coat went on to be used again in 1997 in Mrs.Dalloway on Kate Carr as Elizabeth Dalloway, and then again in 1998 in The Mrs.Bradley Mysteries on Eleanor Tremain as Dorothy Manners. It was used again in 1998 in the TV Series The Grand, where it was actually worn as more of a dressing gown on Susan Hampshire as Esme Harkness.
The coat was revived in 2002 in Bertie and Elizabeth, where it was worn on Juliet Aubrey as Elizabeth. The very next year in 2003, it was used in The Forsyte Saga: To Let, where it was worn by Beatriz Batarda as Annette Forstye.
Finally it was seen on Elizabeth McGovern as Cora, the Countess of Grantham in 2012 in the third season of Downton Abbey. Interestingly, the scarf that accompanies the jacket was used to trim her hat.
The coat still belongs in the costume collection at Cosprop and has been embargoed from further use in any other productions, likely until the run of Downton Abbey ends.
Costume Credit: Shrewsbury Lasses
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Found this on Zedge just called ‘life with your love’ and tell me that doesn’t look like Percabeth
It *is* PercyxAnnabeth….
Artworks by Burstinglight, she’s a PJO fanartist.
“sherlock 1800s au”
There’s a fantastic fic writer who’s quite prolific in this area. Sixty stories already! I don’t know if they’re doing any more. Their username is ‘Arthur_Conan_Doyle’ but you have to google their stuff. They don’t put it on ff.net or AO3 or anything like that. Real awesome period piece type stuff too. They get all the little details right. It’s amazing.
I will still be laughing about this in my grave
20 MORE DAYS!