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having another Christmas type DA giveaway this year!
this giveaway with end on January 1st!
I’ll announce the winner on my tumblr blog AND I’ll message them (have your inbox open!)
Steven Universe is a more closed… well, universe! than say, My Little Pony, so all of these Crystal Gem OCs really don’t make sense.
In something like MLP, you have this whole world with all these places that OCs can reasonably come from, but with the Steven Universe canon, that’s not the case when it comes to the Crystal Gems.
I know the temptation to make a cool, colorful, magical OC is really tempting, but it just doesn’t fit in with the story that is Steven Universe. If you’re hoping to find a realistic way to work them in to the show’s canon for their backstory, I’m thinking you’ll be disappointed.
If you want to make a Steven Universe OC, make a human who lives in Beach City maybe, but a Crystal Gem OC is totally unrealistic and doesn’t fit in the show.
PS - R34 artists: The Gems don’t have nipples. Fix yo shit.
Finally! Sorry for the delay folks. Right after I got home from the convention, I went and had two of my wisdom teeth taken out.
I also JUST realized that I didn’t have noise- or vibration-reduction on all weekend. -_-; It’s a new camera, and I totally forgot. Ugh.
Well, without further ado, let’s have some Nightmare Nights pictures!
Sibsy is not a fan of having her picture taken. I know this, and exploit my friend-status to take ALL THE PICTURES! Ha-HA!
Also, look at Andrea and Wootie being adorable <3
Tyler, the undisputed king of Snowflake cosplay, shares a “YEEEEAAAAAHHHH!!” with Jayson Thiessen, who voiced the character in the show (along with being the director).
Big Jim looks starstruck.
Friday night’s concert kicked off with some surprise vocalists!
Peter New belts out Wolfified.
Mando finishes on a strong note.
My favorite photo of the convention. This little girl was SO into the music! She danced the whole time.
And lastly, nothing to do with Nightmare Nights, ponies, or really anything… on the way home I crossed a skybridge and noticed a particularly humorous smudge…
Ouch. Don’t let anyone tell you pigeons aren’t dirty! Gross!
Anywho, Nightmare Nights was a WONDERFUL weekend, even if it did soar by waaaay too quickly! I hope we can do it again!
I’m done with prints for these! But the survivors still need help, and you should still donate!!
Would you like a glossy 4x6 print of this gorgeous pony? Would you like to help people in Philippines who desperately need aid after Typhoon Haiyan? You’re in luck!
The people of the Philippines desperately need our help and donations. Over 4,000 people died when super Typhoon Haiyan hit the island country, and many more bodies are still uncounted. Typhoon Haiyan has been registered as the strongest storm of its kind to make landfall. According to UN officials, about 11 million people have been affected and many have been left homeless.
The survivors are in desperate need of fresh water, medical supplies, food, and general aid.
That’s why I drew Rarity, the Element of Generosity, and I’m giving away prints of this to the first 25 people who donate $20 OR MORE to the Red Cross’ Typhoon Haiyan relief fund. (The prints won’t have the watermark, of course.) Rarity is pictured wearing the traditional Filipino Baro’t saya dress, pinned with the Filipino national flower, the Sampaguita. On either side is the script "Maka-Diyos, Maka-Tao, Makakalikasan at Makabansa", the national motto and a part of the Filipino pledge of allegiance. If you want to help and get one of these lovely prints, simply be one of the first 25 people to donate $20 OR MORE (donate generously, they need help!) to the Red Cross here: A few important notes to make sure you get your print: 1) Make sure you’re donating to “Typhoon Appeal”. 2) Make your donation in honor of “Element of Generosity”. 3) Make sure to send the e-card to ElementOfGenerosityCharity@gmail.com, and put your shipping address in the e-card message, otherwise I won’t know where to send your print! 4) Be sure to donate as soon as you can! I’m only sending the initial run to 25 people. I’ll post when we hit the limit, or if I’m able to send out more prints. 5) Donate at least $20, but remember, you’re not buying a print, you’re donating to help people desperately in need and the print is just a bonus from me. Rarity, the Element of Generosity herself, would be proud if we were able to raise more money! 6) I can currently only ship to the US due to financial constraints. Your Red Cross page should look like this:
Please, make Rarity proud and GIVE GENEROUSLY!
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