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browneyedtrickster:

Favourite Audrey Ramirez Quotes

Audrey doesn’t get NEARLY enough love. It’s Edwardian period, yet she’s a genius Hispanic engineer who wears overalls, has adorably little meaty arms, doesn’t take any crap from boys, runs a mechanic business with her father and her sister is a prize fighter.
Cool Disney female characters don’t have to be princesses, folks.

Not only is she literally a genius (she was dissembling clocks at eighteen months), not only is she only eighteen when she goes to Atlantis, but she was several years younger when they went on the Icelandic expedition to get the Shepherd’s Journal.

I mean

(via windona)

Reblogged from browneyedtrickster

Original story idea

Jotting this down here so I don’t forget:

A female serial killer who preys on gangbangers in her city discovers that one of her victims is really an alien in disguise.

The dead man was a high ranking member of a powerful gang known for weapons and drug running.

Once she knows what “traits” to look for, she realizes that there are more aliens hiding in positions of power throughout the country.

The woman is also an artist by day. She often leaves no bodies because she uses their bones in her artwork. (Either in clay sculptures for structure or ground up into dust for use as a base in paint or ceramics?)

She discovers that alien bones/scales make a remarkable medium for her artwork too.

So, in her mind, everyone benefits from her exxtermination of this covert invasive species which has infiltrated human society.

So her victimology shifts… from gangsters to aliens…

There is one problem, though…

Some of her new targets get her more attention than she could have bargained for from several sources.

expecttheunexpectedtoday:

expecttheunexpectedtoday

Philadelphia-based balloon artist and entertainer
Jason Secoda of Airheads Entertainment
has been creating balloon art for over 15 years

“My philosophy on balloon art tries to shatter the ideas that balloon art is cheesy and that it’s only for kids. I’m very detail-oriented, and as a result, my work is layered and complex. During events, I often find just as many adults enthralled with my work as children are. In short, I make quality, upscale work for all types, and all ages of clientele.”…Secoda

archiiemcphee- The awesome piece pictured at the top of this post, depicting a jungle scene containing ferocious tigers and an ancient temple, was a collaboration created in August 2013 with Dennis Scott, Dylan Gilenas and Jack Mattson. Inspired by the famous Cambodian temple Angkor Wat, the piece is made of over 15,000 balloons, stood nearly 17 feet tall, and covered an area of 225 square feet.

(Source: archiemcphee, via hifructosemag)

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