From Dumbing of Age.
Originally posted on The Pale Rook:
So remember that thing I applied for?
My application was successful. I was selected to take part in a project at Scotland’s Craft Town, the wonderful West Kilbride. I’ve been a massive fan of the Craft Town since I first found out about it a few years ago, so I’m massively chuffed to be a part of it. The project I’m involved in takes selected craft makers based in Scotland, at various stages of their careers and gives them specialist business mentoring and studio space for six months. For the first time in over a decade I am being mentored rather than mentoring others, which has been quite a shock to the system.
The first meeting of the participants, organisers and business mentors involved an exercise where we had to think of things that limited our business or things that we were worried about and then we had to…
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Natasha Romanoff for the pose + palette challenge (seizure warning, flashing gifs).
Didn’t end up with the most exciting pose, but that palette was fun! I’m trying to get more adventurous with colour, but even so here I assumed it’s okay to make the color lighter or darker in places. I also used black and white in the eyes. I’m… not very good at getting more adventurous with colour.
Honestly, what were they expecting, casting Colin Firth in a role where he has a meaningful relationship with a young man with exceptionally symmetrical facial features? That whole movie is seeped in fetishism of posh Britishness & privilege and probably deserves at least a dozen essays.
Anyway, PG-13sh Hartwin make-outs under the cut.