Sewing my own zentai suit for better fit and cost-effectiveness: discuss. 

I have never worked with spandex-lycra before, but I have made extensive RenFaire costumes and a very complicated frock coat because once I wanted to be Captain Jack Sparrow. 



shaliara:


"Feeling playful, Cap?"

Aaand done! As I said in the WIP version, laireshi was the enabler because… Tony in undersuit. Yes. (ΦωΦ)
I made a wallpaper version (1920x1080) here.

shaliara:

"Feeling playful, Cap?"

Aaand done! As I said in the WIP version, laireshi was the enabler because… Tony in undersuit. Yes. (ΦωΦ)

I made a wallpaper version (1920x1080) here.



stick-around-town replied to your post: you should be nice to people because l…

Douchecanoes are my least favourite kind of canoes, man.

You might be my favorite person. Let’s tandem again. 



you should be nice to people because life is hard enough without douchecanoes being belligerent for no reason



My pain was never beautiful or poetic. It was answering the phone mid breakdown and laughing like I was fine.
— (via suspend)


infinityfishbowl;
Man 616!Tony wouldn't have the first clue what to do with Giant Floppy Baby Puppy Dog MCU!Cap. It would be glorious.

directorshellhead:

ride him through the mattress until he cried sounds like a good place to start



New Avengers #23

how about no



loni-del-rey:

My therapist gave me a sheet of paper with a list of legitimate rights. We seem to forget we have these rights sometimes, so I thought I’d share it.

YOUR LEGITIMATE RIGHTS

  1. You have a right to need things from others. 
  2. You have a right to put yourself first sometimes.
  3. You have a right to feel and express your emotions or your pain.
  4. You have a right to be the final judge of your beliefs and accept them as legitimate.
  5. You have the right to your opinions and convictions.
  6. You have the right to your experience - even if it’s different from that of other people.
  7. You have a right to protest any treatment or criticism that feels bad to you.
  8. You have a right to negotiate for change.
  9. You have a right to ask for help, emotional support, or anything else you need (even though you may not always get it).
  10. You have a right to say no; saying no doesn’t make you bad or selfish.
  11. You have a right not to justify yourself to others.
  12. You have a right not to take responsibility for someone else’s problem.
  13. You have a right to choose not to respond to a situation.
  14. You have a right, sometimes, to inconvenience or disappoint others.


If you look at the fact that you have a roof over your head, food to eat, that you are young and beautiful and live in a peaceful land, then no, you have nothing to be sad about. But the fact is, we are not only a physical body, we have souls too, and sometimes our souls get sick. If you break a leg you don’t just say ‘I have no reason to have a broken leg’ and ignore it; you seek help. It’s the same when your soul gets hurt. Don’t apologize for being sad.
— My doctor when I told her I had no reason to be sad (via hrive-ithiliel)


every day I think, “I’m going to write something tonight.” even if it’s just like, a snippet, or something insignificant.

and every day I don’t write anything at all. 



marccus-art-blog:

steve/tony <3

marccus-art-blog:

steve/tony <3





qouinette:

pretty in pink
 I MEAN— villain! Commander Rogers. he’s actually just complimenting on what channel he should watch but you can interpret this in whatever condition you like

qouinette:

pretty in pink


I MEAN— villain! Commander Rogers. he’s actually just complimenting on what channel he should watch but you can interpret this in whatever condition you like



semaphore-drivethru:

So let’s talk about your new favorite website and app, Duolingo.

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I haven’t seen anyone on my dash talking about this and that’s a fucking crying shame because Duolingo is the shit. You can use Duolingo to learn Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese. Even Dutch, if you’re feeling frisky and want to play with a Beta test (Dutch is not available on Android, but def. grabbable online for all of your language expanding pleasures).

What makes Duolingo so damn special? They make learning a new language into something they call gamefication. You earn points and you kick your friends’ asses with your mad linguistic skills.(Hell yes I’m at the top of my personal leaderboard)

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No sass about my idioms being weak. Deutsche sprache, schwere sprache.

And it works. Like, really really works.

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But what makes Duolingo so amazing is that its goal from the very beginning was to be a free and easily accessible ESL tool in order to make people more employable world wide. Even their English certification test (normally only $20!) is free right now!

And there are no ads.

None.

The program is supported through the crowd-sourced translations the users do as part of the “immersion” training. You get practice, the Duolingo community talks about it and makes corrections and meshes the good work from different people together, and the final product becomes a translation Duolingo sells to keep the lights on. So to speak.

Will you sound like a native? Probably not. Will you be able to hold your own in a gramatically imperfect and probably clunky way in a normal conversation? Hey, it’s a damn sight better than where I’m at now, so I’m in. And so should you.

It’s super easy to find a way to use it. You can get it from the Apple Store and you can get it from Google Play. You can log in to the website and learn and find extras that aren’t on the app. You can… probably not use it via smoke signals, but I won’t stand in your way if you want to try, bro.

Duolingo.com

Go forth and be awesome in many tongues, my friends.



semaphore-drivethru:

So let’s talk about your new favorite website and app, Duolingo.

image

I haven’t seen anyone on my dash talking about this and that’s a fucking crying shame because Duolingo is the shit. You can use Duolingo to learn Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese. Even Dutch, if you’re feeling frisky and want to play with a Beta test (Dutch is not available on Android, but def. grabbable online for all of your language expanding pleasures).

What makes Duolingo so damn special? They make learning a new language into something they call gamefication. You earn points and you kick your friends’ asses with your mad linguistic skills.(Hell yes I’m at the top of my personal leaderboard)

image

No sass about my idioms being weak. Deutsche sprache, schwere sprache.

And it works. Like, really really works.

image

But what makes Duolingo so amazing is that its goal from the very beginning was to be a free and easily accessible ESL tool in order to make people more employable world wide. Even their English certification test (normally only $20!) is free right now!

And there are no ads.

None.

The program is supported through the crowd-sourced translations the users do as part of the “immersion” training. You get practice, the Duolingo community talks about it and makes corrections and meshes the good work from different people together, and the final product becomes a translation Duolingo sells to keep the lights on. So to speak.

Will you sound like a native? Probably not. Will you be able to hold your own in a gramatically imperfect and probably clunky way in a normal conversation? Hey, it’s a damn sight better than where I’m at now, so I’m in. And so should you.

It’s super easy to find a way to use it. You can get it from the Apple Store and you can get it from Google Play. You can log in to the website and learn and find extras that aren’t on the app. You can… probably not use it via smoke signals, but I won’t stand in your way if you want to try, bro.

Duolingo.com

Go forth and be awesome in many tongues, my friends.