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ACE AND JOCELYNN, ACE AND JOCELYNN

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werecakes:

I miss the hobbit fandom.

This is my home and while people come and go, I’ll be right here with smiles and hugs. I’ll offer you stories by the fire and warm food for your soul as you take shelter from the tempest of the world that beats at this door.

Because I’m a Hobbit.

I’m a Dwarf.

I’m an Elf.

I’m a Tolkien Knight. 

(via thranduilandhisswagstag)

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unicornempire:

Polished up that Orphan Black design from yesterday a bit. The numbers are 324B21, the number on Cosima’s code, and the barcode at the top actually spells LEDA in barcode language. Clone Club will probably be thicker in the end and slightly different, and I might resize the ‘just one’ text too but otherwise I’m pretty happy with the direction it’s going. I’m thinking black shirt with silver ink, thoughts?

unicornempire:

Polished up that Orphan Black design from yesterday a bit. The numbers are 324B21, the number on Cosima’s code, and the barcode at the top actually spells LEDA in barcode language. Clone Club will probably be thicker in the end and slightly different, and I might resize the ‘just one’ text too but otherwise I’m pretty happy with the direction it’s going. I’m thinking black shirt with silver ink, thoughts?

(via tatianamaslanyisallofus)

Filed under YOOOOOOOOOO orphan black

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As an actor, you don’t want to know the beginning and end to your character’s arc. It makes it more fun. You’re not playing the end. You’re playing it realistically. You don’t know where this character is going to go and what’s going to happen to him, which just makes it more interesting for the viewers to watch.

As an actor, you don’t want to know the beginning and end to your character’s arc. It makes it more fun. You’re not playing the end. You’re playing it realistically. You don’t know where this character is going to go and what’s going to happen to him, which just makes it more interesting for the viewers to watch.

(Source: cosiman, via unknownclone)

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