Isn’t it about time to have a little FMA fun? Join us for FMA Week—two weeks, between March 8-21, of creative celebration toward Fullmetal Alchemist. We’ll provide the prompts. You bring the creativity! Each day we’ll present a theme or two for you to choose from. With that theme, you can create a Fullmetal Alchemist fan work of your choosing. This includes fan fiction, fan art, graphics, gifs, typography, poetry, etc. The members of FMA Week will sift through the tags and reblog your work. So, even if you’re not going to participate in the event, you can follow fmaweek for some awesome FMA art!
You can check out the prompts, rules and other information here:
Don’t be afraid to ask any questions. We’ll gladly answer them. We’re also aware that everyone is only human. If you’re struggling with an assigned prompt, you may come up with your own prompt for that day.
When posting work, please tag it with #fmaweek within the first five tags or else it won’t show up on the tracked tags. We’ll also be tracking the #fmaedit tag as well. We’ll only reblog fan work that is meant for FMA Week so please, please make sure you tag correctly! We want your hard work and effort seen.
Also don’t forget to tell your friends! The more participating, the better FMA Week will be!
Again, if you have any questions, leave them here or you can contact us through our personal blogs.
We look forward to the awesome weeks ahead!
Sophie Turner for Tatler UK (April 2014)
Haute Couture alphabet: Hanna Touma s/s 2012
Kingdom Hearts III - Pocahontas Scenario. (Imaginated)
Is it wro-wrong that I think it's kinda fun When I hit you in the back of the head with a gun? (x)
doesnt feel like fixing anymore
this is fucking gorgeous
Sadako — the shadowy young antagonist from the 1998 film adaptation of Koji Suzuki’s novel Ring (リング Ringu) — enjoys a day off in Sadako’s Holiday, a photo book included in the Curse of Sadako: SADAKO 3D Blu-ray Box Set. A parody of the typical photo books produced for Japanese actresses and models, Sadako’s Holiday depicts the undead icon taking a day off to enjoy the sights and sounds of Tokyo.
"you make my heart beat in iambic pentameter."
no you don’t understand shakespeare literally writes to the beat of your heart
- that’s why shakespearean actors will sometimes pound their chests in time to the words during readings
- that’s why you use fluctuations in the rhythm to track your character’s emotional state - any irregularities in the scansion are like the character’s heart stuttering or jumping or skipping a beat
- that’s why when characters share the rhythm - switching off in the middle of a foot - those characters inevitably have an extraordinarily intimate connection
shakespeare fucking writes viscerally, he is literally in your body, and that, my friend, that is why the best shakespearean actors don’t posture and emote
you have to be fucking alive and passionate and electric - it can’t be intellectual, in the end, it has to be about connection and the sweating, cheering, jeering, bleeding masses you’re performing to, because make no mistake, shakespeare may go to lofty heights, but he only works if you’re just as grounded in the earth. he has to be in your body. he has to be in your body.
holy motherfucking shit i love shakespeare so much, get him in your bones, breathe him in, stomp and rage and pine, dadum dadum dadum dadum dadum, it is literally to the beat of your heart
Edward: He…he hates me for sure!
Granny Pinako: Al wouldn’t. why don’t you just ask him?
Edward: I’m scared… I’m so scared I can not ask…