Glacidea

glacidea said: I had a frozen sequel idea I outlined about Elsa kinda adopting/mentoring a middle Eastern princess that has similar fire powers and it was all adorable. I called it Frozen 2: Scorched. But that's not really applicable here...

wantstobuildasnowman:

No it’s not LOL But I must say, that would be a very VERY adorable sequel/ I’m all for it! Let’s make it happen!

hex-maniac-mareen:

glacidea:

Trying to figure out how to make palms with bigger proportions. The Houndour I made awhile ago was also an upgraded palm. They’re simple, and remind me of: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Magical_Pokémon_Journey

Wait.

Wait wait wait wait

A palm plush is a plush that fits in your palm

oh my god my life is a lie

Yeah XD I named them that because they’re a bit bigger than the small keychain plush I had been making (which never came out right to me because of their size). And I liked how they fit in my hand as I was size comparing them and then I ran with it! Normal palm plush fit more snuggly since they’re around three inches. These upgraded palms still sit in your palm, but they’re more pokedoll sized :)

Celine from Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki in laying plush style. I just realized she doesn’t have her bell on her collar in these pics. I shall be fixing that now and uploading pics with the bell.

Trying to figure out how to make palms with bigger proportions. The Houndour I made awhile ago was also an upgraded palm. They’re simple, and remind me of: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Magical_Pokémon_Journey

solarine:

Asthma kitty getting an oxygen treatment. She has learned that the green tube air makes her feel better, so now she lets me put it right up to her nose instead of having to close her in the oxygen box. This way she gets more O2 much faster than she would in the box.

(via asthmaticproblems)

My white FINALLY arrived!! Now I can finish a ton of projects I’ve had on the back burner!

My white FINALLY arrived!! Now I can finish a ton of projects I’ve had on the back burner!

It’s Palm Sunday!

It’s Palm Sunday!

kingofemerald:

theryanneighbor:

glacidea:

Guys, Wally is so important. He has what appears to be asthma; breathing difficulties that clear up in the fresh air of Verdanturf. He accomplishes many things, he grows as a character, and he is great representation for those with asthma. He’s a great character first and foremost and I can identify with his struggles and making sacrifices, like moving or getting rid of pets, in order to breathe and not be miserable. 

I looked up to him as a kid because having asthma isn’t easy. Especially considering things like Jimmy Neutron being on TV at the time (Carl Wheezer is bad.) I mean here is a character that has asthma and IT ISN’T A PUNCHLINE! I am so sick of nerdy/geeky characters getting asthma attacks and pulling out that ol’ inhaler as a “look how loser and outcast this character is! Lululul!”

The night I discovered I had it, I was hunched over in a chair, unable to breathe enough to cry because I hurt so much. In the Pokemon world where walking and being physical is a necessity for a trainer, not to mention sudden happenstances and scares, I can imagine it being very difficult for asthmatics.

So Wally is important. Thank you, Pokemon, for an awesome character that a new generation of asthmatic kids can look up to and see a role model. You made an awesome character that is so much more than his illness!

Hell yeah Wally. I always felt bad about beating him in game cuz I felt like I was kicking my own ass, but damn it was awesome seeing him get all the way to the end of victory road. He had more of a shot at becoming the champion than any other trainer you faced and I think the fact that he started with a pokemon like ralts that begins extremely weak with only growl for a move and trained it up to a powerful gardevoir (or in this case a fucking mega gallade) speaks VOLUMES and accurately parallels his own character growth.

Also he is an example of a male character that isnt traditionally masculine, aggressive, assertive, or “strong” but he still accomplishes so much!So proud of my baby(Also heck yeah to all the asthma stuff I hella feel you on that)

Yes to all of this!!!!

kingofemerald:

theryanneighbor:

glacidea:

Guys, Wally is so important. He has what appears to be asthma; breathing difficulties that clear up in the fresh air of Verdanturf. He accomplishes many things, he grows as a character, and he is great representation for those with asthma. He’s a great character first and foremost and I can identify with his struggles and making sacrifices, like moving or getting rid of pets, in order to breathe and not be miserable.

I looked up to him as a kid because having asthma isn’t easy. Especially considering things like Jimmy Neutron being on TV at the time (Carl Wheezer is bad.) I mean here is a character that has asthma and IT ISN’T A PUNCHLINE! I am so sick of nerdy/geeky characters getting asthma attacks and pulling out that ol’ inhaler as a “look how loser and outcast this character is! Lululul!”

The night I discovered I had it, I was hunched over in a chair, unable to breathe enough to cry because I hurt so much. In the Pokemon world where walking and being physical is a necessity for a trainer, not to mention sudden happenstances and scares, I can imagine it being very difficult for asthmatics.

So Wally is important. Thank you, Pokemon, for an awesome character that a new generation of asthmatic kids can look up to and see a role model. You made an awesome character that is so much more than his illness!

Hell yeah Wally. I always felt bad about beating him in game cuz I felt like I was kicking my own ass, but damn it was awesome seeing him get all the way to the end of victory road. He had more of a shot at becoming the champion than any other trainer you faced and I think the fact that he started with a pokemon like ralts that begins extremely weak with only growl for a move and trained it up to a powerful gardevoir (or in this case a fucking mega gallade) speaks VOLUMES and accurately parallels his own character growth.

Also he is an example of a male character that isnt traditionally masculine, aggressive, assertive, or “strong” but he still accomplishes so much!

So proud of my baby

(Also heck yeah to all the asthma stuff I hella feel you on that)

Yes to all of this!!!!

oneupmushroom:

glacidea:

Guys, Wally is so important. He has what appears to be asthma; breathing difficulties that clear up in the fresh air of Verdanturf. He accomplishes many things, he grows as a character, and he is great representation for those with asthma. He’s a great character first and foremost and I can identify with his struggles and making sacrifices, like moving or getting rid of pets, in order to breathe and not be miserable.
I looked up to him as a kid because having asthma isn’t easy. Especially considering things like Jimmy Neutron being on TV at the time (Carl Wheezer is bad.) I mean here is a character that has asthma and IT ISN’T A PUNCHLINE! I am so sick of nerdy/geeky characters getting asthma attacks and pulling out that ol’ inhaler as a “look how loser and outcast this character is! Lululul!”
The night I discovered I had it, I was hunched over in a chair, unable to breathe enough to cry because I hurt so much. In the Pokemon world where walking and being physical is a necessity for a trainer, not to mention sudden happenstances and scares, I can imagine it being very difficult for asthmatics.
So Wally is important. Thank you, Pokemon, for an awesome character that a new generation of asthmatic kids can look up to and see a role model. You made an awesome character that is so much more than his illness!

I know this is entirely unrelated to Pokemon…but Buster Baxter from Arthur had asthma too and he was FAR from a “loser nerd” character. He was the goofy class clown. I still…like that show haha

Buster is great! He’s a cool character and Author is a great show! I’m talking about this: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/NerdyInhalerHere’s some good, bad, etc examples in Hollywood (like in The Goonies) http://onebadlung.com/2013/09/hollywood-and-asthma/An article that also hates Carl Wheezer and explains how/why I felt as a kid that I might be outcast: http://asth.ma/post/52673422110/hollywoods-role-in-the-stigmatization-of-asthmaOr when asthma is commonly used as a plot point, like in Lost with Shannon, who is killed off before she can run out of puffs and they have to deal with that. It’s also used as a plot point in the movie Signs, which leads the movie to its climax and you get to see the dad talk the kid through the attack.While I’m at it, These two are good links for knowing what an attack is like:http://nanowrimo.org/forums/reference-desk/threads/145141http://referenceforwriters.tumblr.com/post/48164462975/asthma-for-writers

oneupmushroom:

glacidea:

Guys, Wally is so important. He has what appears to be asthma; breathing difficulties that clear up in the fresh air of Verdanturf. He accomplishes many things, he grows as a character, and he is great representation for those with asthma. He’s a great character first and foremost and I can identify with his struggles and making sacrifices, like moving or getting rid of pets, in order to breathe and not be miserable.

I looked up to him as a kid because having asthma isn’t easy. Especially considering things like Jimmy Neutron being on TV at the time (Carl Wheezer is bad.) I mean here is a character that has asthma and IT ISN’T A PUNCHLINE! I am so sick of nerdy/geeky characters getting asthma attacks and pulling out that ol’ inhaler as a “look how loser and outcast this character is! Lululul!”

The night I discovered I had it, I was hunched over in a chair, unable to breathe enough to cry because I hurt so much. In the Pokemon world where walking and being physical is a necessity for a trainer, not to mention sudden happenstances and scares, I can imagine it being very difficult for asthmatics.

So Wally is important. Thank you, Pokemon, for an awesome character that a new generation of asthmatic kids can look up to and see a role model. You made an awesome character that is so much more than his illness!

I know this is entirely unrelated to Pokemon…but Buster Baxter from Arthur had asthma too and he was FAR from a “loser nerd” character. He was the goofy class clown. I still…like that show haha

Buster is great! He’s a cool character and Author is a great show! I’m talking about this: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/NerdyInhaler

Here’s some good, bad, etc examples in Hollywood (like in The Goonies) http://onebadlung.com/2013/09/hollywood-and-asthma/

An article that also hates Carl Wheezer and explains how/why I felt as a kid that I might be outcast: http://asth.ma/post/52673422110/hollywoods-role-in-the-stigmatization-of-asthma

Or when asthma is commonly used as a plot point, like in Lost with Shannon, who is killed off before she can run out of puffs and they have to deal with that. It’s also used as a plot point in the movie Signs, which leads the movie to its climax and you get to see the dad talk the kid through the attack.

While I’m at it, These two are good links for knowing what an attack is like:

http://nanowrimo.org/forums/reference-desk/threads/145141

http://referenceforwriters.tumblr.com/post/48164462975/asthma-for-writers

Guys, Wally is so important. He has what appears to be asthma; breathing difficulties that clear up in the fresh air of Verdanturf. He accomplishes many things, he grows as a character, and he is great representation for those with asthma. He’s a great character first and foremost and I can identify with his struggles and making sacrifices, like moving or getting rid of pets, in order to breathe and not be miserable. 

I looked up to him as a kid because having asthma isn’t easy. Especially considering things like Jimmy Neutron being on TV at the time (Carl Wheezer is bad.) I mean here is a character that has asthma and IT ISN’T A PUNCHLINE! I am so sick of nerdy/geeky characters getting asthma attacks and pulling out that ol’ inhaler as a “look how loser and outcast this character is! Lululul!”

The night I discovered I had it, I was hunched over in a chair, unable to breathe enough to cry because I hurt so much. In the Pokemon world where walking and being physical is a necessity for a trainer, not to mention sudden happenstances and scares, I can imagine it being very difficult for asthmatics.

So Wally is important. Thank you, Pokemon, for an awesome character that a new generation of asthmatic kids can look up to and see a role model. You made an awesome character that is so much more than his illness!

Guys, Wally is so important. He has what appears to be asthma; breathing difficulties that clear up in the fresh air of Verdanturf. He accomplishes many things, he grows as a character, and he is great representation for those with asthma. He’s a great character first and foremost and I can identify with his struggles and making sacrifices, like moving or getting rid of pets, in order to breathe and not be miserable.

I looked up to him as a kid because having asthma isn’t easy. Especially considering things like Jimmy Neutron being on TV at the time (Carl Wheezer is bad.) I mean here is a character that has asthma and IT ISN’T A PUNCHLINE! I am so sick of nerdy/geeky characters getting asthma attacks and pulling out that ol’ inhaler as a “look how loser and outcast this character is! Lululul!”

The night I discovered I had it, I was hunched over in a chair, unable to breathe enough to cry because I hurt so much. In the Pokemon world where walking and being physical is a necessity for a trainer, not to mention sudden happenstances and scares, I can imagine it being very difficult for asthmatics.

So Wally is important. Thank you, Pokemon, for an awesome character that a new generation of asthmatic kids can look up to and see a role model. You made an awesome character that is so much more than his illness!

Drew a doodle of my OC in my notes today. I say OC like it isn’t just me as a trainer :b

She has powerful Pokemon for tournaments and decided to try out a Goodra for her team. She caught this Goomy and soon learned that she’s… special. Goomface doesn’t like battling and prefers to ride along or drool on her trainer’s head. As a result, this trainer is nearly always coated in mucus in varying amounts, but she doesn’t mind. 

Goomface got her name because while the trainer was still learning Goomy’s quirks, she would get incredibly frustrated and then sigh at Goomy’s adorable quirks and say “I just can’t stay mad at your stupid Goomface.” Soon, Goomface would only answer to this nickname. Goomface’s presence usually leads her trainer’s opponents to underestimate the team, but their defeat teaches them not to judge mucus covered trainers. 

Others: Volcarona, Togekiss, Weavile, Meowstic girl, Politoed (who usually ends up washing off the mucus).

Drew a doodle of my OC in my notes today. I say OC like it isn’t just me as a trainer :b

She has powerful Pokemon for tournaments and decided to try out a Goodra for her team. She caught this Goomy and soon learned that she’s… special. Goomface doesn’t like battling and prefers to ride along or drool on her trainer’s head. As a result, this trainer is nearly always coated in mucus in varying amounts, but she doesn’t mind.

Goomface got her name because while the trainer was still learning Goomy’s quirks, she would get incredibly frustrated and then sigh at Goomy’s adorable quirks and say “I just can’t stay mad at your stupid Goomface.” Soon, Goomface would only answer to this nickname. Goomface’s presence usually leads her trainer’s opponents to underestimate the team, but their defeat teaches them not to judge mucus covered trainers.

Others: Volcarona, Togekiss, Weavile, Meowstic girl, Politoed (who usually ends up washing off the mucus).

"Love Skarmory, Tuesday! Thanks again for a pleasant transaction. Attached a couple pics… he’s bigger than I thought he’d be! :)"

I love when commissioners share pics with me when they get their plush ^_^

Dwebble plush!

Again, thanks to those on patreon <3 you guys got to see this plush early and step by steps! They’re also already seeing my progress with the next plush!

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Those who support me on patreon saw this one coming. Here’s the finished beanie Toothless Palm Plush! The commissioner requested that he only have one tail fin. He’s stuffed with beans and is so squishy! I believe this is my best Toothless to date!

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