I am leaving this blog. I’ve simply lost interest in Merlin, and I feel stifled by the confines I have given myself on this URL. I am just in a different place in my life right now, I mean when I made this blog I was living in New Jersey and bored out of my mind, but now I’m back in Denmark and trying to move on with my life. I honestly feel like I have to purge everything Merlin related from my system. But I will be leaving this blog here as small mark of recognition that at one point in my life I was a Merlin fan who made a lot of stuff that people said nice things about.
From now on you will be able to find me on runakvaed (ask me about the name sometime), a completely new account where I can get a fresh start to my blogging. I will not be leaving Tumblr, I’m just moving house so to say. It will be basically the same kind of stuff I post; I will still be making stuff, just not Merlin stuff but probably other fandom stuff or digital art, and this blog will be a lot more “free” in what I post about. So if you’ve gotten used to my general weirdness, my eccentric little text posts, my PhotoShopping, and my taste in music, I really hope you will follow me to my new blog. I really hate to leave all of you lovely people behind here because I really enjoy talking to you about anything and everything, so please come with me so we can keep up our awesome little conversations?
I basically just want to thank you all for your support. We had a good run. Let’s start another one anew?
Padmé Amidala | End Dress AKA The Water Gown | Revenge of the Sith
“My favourite costume that Trisha designed for the prequel trilogy is the one Natalie wears in her funeral. It’s a very moving shot in which her open coffin slowly glides under the camera. I remember asking Trisha why she chose the specific fabric and colour for that dress. She looked at me in bewilderment, and very gently explained that the colour – this beautiful azure blue – and the rippled fabric matched the ethereal and melancholy landscape of the Naboo lake retreat at Lake Como, where Padmé and Anakin fell in love. This is where Padmé had wanted to escape with Anakin, and the funeral gown symbolises her spiritual return to that lake.”
- Producer Rick McCallum
WHY DOES THIS GIVE ME SOME MANY CRY FEELS. WHY.
torture, brainwashing, gay sex, and death
merlin: a children’s show
Queen Amidala | Senate Gown | The Phantom Menace
I really like how you can see it from all sides.
I can hear Battle of the Heroes coming from my brother’s room, and it’s really distracting.