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  • a-wild-inky-boi
    28.07.2021 - 8 minutes ago


    Based on this image of the stage actors

    Bonus meme

    I was being a lot more loose and throwing in more different colours with the shading and I'm pretty happy with how it looks!

    May have just noticed I forgot to give the shorks mouths but this is fineeee they look cute anyway

    I think it turned out really well even though I didn't try to refine and smooth out... any of it, it just Adds to the vibe

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  • etizolamchem
    28.07.2021 - 12 minutes ago

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  • mask131
    28.07.2021 - 16 minutes ago

    AHS look-back: Hotel interviews

    I break a bit from my usual pattern here.

    Remember when I said for the airing of season 1 Ryan Murphy gave interviews each week after each episode airing to Entertainment Weekly? Well he did the same here. I couldn’t add the info in my previous look-back posts, because they would have been too long, so I’ll put any interesting info here. I also have an interview with the set designer of Hotel, done by Vulture, that can be of quite some interest.

    Ryan Murphy’s interview for “Checking In”.

    # On the differences of style, it is noted that “Freak Show” had more static shots because it was a season about being in the open, and not being able to hide your differences, being naked and exposed. “Hotel” however has much more movements and fish-eye techniques, because with this season they wanted to do something more “claustrophobic”, more about “hiding things”, and there is a strong influence from the idea of peepholes (hence the fish-eye), this idea of people spying on you.

    # Ryan Murphy explains that they reused here the rule established in season 1 and that applies to all of their haunted places throughout the show: you die there, you haunt the place. 

    # Ryan Murphy confirms that the man in the mattress was a former client of Sally’s drug deals. Whenever someone is sewn into a mattress, you know it is because of her.

    # Here is a fascinating bit about Sally and her relationship with the Addiction Demon :

    So are the Addiction Demon and Sally punishing those who seek drugs?
    No, the Addiction Demon is there to inflict his pain and suffering which addiction does not only to the victims but to the people around them. I think Sally is there, having gone through the experience, to comfort them in their time of need. She’s more of the yin to the yang. Those two do work together but she’s gone through it and she died for it. So she’s trying in some ways I think to make amends for her ghastly acts.

    # Interestingly, they brought Marcy back not just because they loved her character but also because one of the questions the writers were asked the more often was “What happened to the Harmons dog after season 1?” and they answered just that.

    # Ryan Murphy explains that if you feel that The Countess introduction is almost like a silent movie, it is the point. Since the Countess past is tied to the world of early cinema, the “film culture of early Los Angeles”, they wanted to foreshadow it by making her first scene almost like a modern silent movie. 

    # About his version of vampires, Murphy explains he wanted to do “vampirism but not vampires” and thus came up with this idea of an “almost biblical virus”, with its good and bad sides, and inspired by the (then current) stem cells research. The core idea was that these vampires were mortals, simple human beings, that never aged and couldn’t grow old - since AHS has played a lot on the themes of aging and beauty in earlier seasons.

    # Ryan Murphy explains that with her children The Countess has an “Auntie Mame” feeling - she loves children, she wants to save them from whatever abuse she perceives, she gives them sugar and video games all day long... But at the same time she also acts out of her own selfish need, and it is mentionned that she is very specific about the look of her broods. When asked if Lachlan will become one of her children, Ryan Murphy blatantly says no, because she only takes blond children as part of her brood, and if you are not blond than too bad for you. Ryan Murphy expands a bit on her obsession with looks when asked why all the men are good-looking brunettes with dark features, and he mentions that the Countess’ aesthetic obsession is actually part of her “insanity”, a form of madness that is very “wounded” and comes from a “core wound” in her personality. (Of course we know said core wound was the loss of her original lover). 

    # For those of you who didn’t recognize the club The Countess visited in the late 70s in “Chutes and Ladders”, it was Studio 54. 

    Ryan Murphy’s interview for “Chutes and Ladders”

    # When Ryan Murphy and Evan Peters created James March, Murphy told Peters to think “1920s East Coast” and take references such as Clark Gable or William Powell. The accent however came from Evan Peters himself (Evan Peters talked a length about how he developped the accent in other episodes) - and fitted very well Murphy’s view of March as a very educated person, and when you are very educated at the time it means you probably spent some times outside of America, and the accent reflected that.

    # Ryan Murphy explains that the reason behind March’s evil is simple and can be found in the lines he says in this episode. He had everything handed to him thanks to his success, excess became part of his everyday life, and so to feel something he had to push himself, towards extreme and very dark places.

    # The Countess’ flasback at Studio 54 was a nod to a famous entrance Bianca Jagger once did at this very club.

    Vulture’s interview with Mark Worthington

    ACTUALLY I planned on looking at the original Vulture interview but I actually need a subscription to see it. So instead I’ll take some information taken from a second-hand article that heavily quotes the interview. And yes Mark Worthington was the main head and designer when it came to creating the sets of the Hotel Cortez.

    # The choice of an Art Deco style came from the original idea of the showrunners to have an hotel that had its glory in the 1920s and from then fell into decay. Mark thought Art Deco was “creepy and beautiful” at the same time and perfect. While the Hotel Cortez was heavily inspired by the unfamous Cecil Hotel, the outside of the Cortez was actually the one of the Oviatt Building (also in Los Angeles, of course).

    # The lobby was designed to fell like you were lost in time, jumped back in earlier times, a sense of confusin and loss reinforced by a complete lack of windows. The depiction of Hernan Cortez has a very noticeable detail: the sun rises behind the conquistador. It is a very precise reference to how the Aztecs practiced human sacrifices in hope that the blood would feed the sun that would rise each day. I’m adding my own thoughts here, but it seems clear this puts in parallel and perspective the Aztec human sacrifice practices, Cortez’s own mass massacres of the natives of Central America, and James March’s mass murders in the hotel.

    # The Countess’ penthouse was supposed to be her “boudoir” while the rest of the hotel was her “playground”, and Ryan Murphy nicknamed it “the sex room”. When designed it, Worthington kept an Art Deco style to match with the rest of the hotel, but modernized it heavily, because it wasn’t supposed to be stuck in time like the rest of the building. Very ironicaly for a vampire and queen of the night, he also designed it so that there would be a form of clarity in it, notably by adding and playing with mirror-like surfaces and reflecting materials. While the rest of the hotel is made out of mostly angular, rectangular, square shapes, the Countess’ penthouse is rather made of curved lines and round shapes. 

    # The room in which the Village of the Damned-like vampire children of the Countess are kept is nicknamed “The Tetris Room of Death”, though officially it is “the nursery”. It shares the same “brightness”, modern-look and neon use as the Countess’ penthouse, and while much more modern than the rest of the hotel, the designers still wanted to keep a vintage feel (such as the use of dated video games and cartoons). Worthington mentions that they wanted to mix together the Wonka Factory and the world of Clockwork Orange.

    # For the hallways of the hotel, there was a need to create an endless maze feeling, a never-ending stretch of rooms and corridors and corners in which the damned and lost souls would wander for all of eternity, like blood pulsing through the arteries of the hotel (again there is a reference to the hotel as having an anatomy ; as I mentionned before the end of the chutes where the corpses are dumped has been referred to as the “stomach” or “digestive area” of the hotel). To do so, the trick Worthington used was to build corridors that did not go in circles, but rather in “rectangles”, giving this feeling of “running to nowhere”. And apparently, he felt very proud when even Ryan Murphy had a hard time navigating in the set because of these corridors. 

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  • ellisimis
    28.07.2021 - 24 minutes ago

    i have. a problem.

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  • thesmellofmeandyou
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Someone speciel

    I randomly met someone. Someone without shady thoughts, a pure soul and open heart.

    He saw my scars and directly into my soul. He told me I was a beautiful soul with a beautiful darkness, and then told me to embrace it.

    It's crazy how someone random, can see you and touch your soul like that.

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  • luctisonusx
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago
    #answer ;#imsensingatriptoikea #a sad boy & an addict ;
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  • junkie-baby
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago

    i just really really need someone like-minded to pop molly with and make out 👉🏼👈🏼

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  • caffeinated-coffee-bean
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago

    So I just read The Darkness Outside Us in about 10 hours. It’s a 393 page book.

    My friend: How?

    Me: No clue

    #welp#hehehe#oof#so yeah#book#reading#speedy reading#bookblr#addictive book#fast read#somehow #i dont even know #like one minute i start it the next it’s done #good book #a little stressful but not enough to stop reading #scifi #i need to give the characters hugs
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  • ethansakura
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago

    And so it begins for me…..

    I’m so doomed 😂😂😂

    But I’m perfectly okay with it 😃

    Oh! I’m so glad Skylar has a snowboard. My favorite girl with my favorite snow activity. ❤️❤️❤️

    #rainbow high violet #rainbow high skylar #rainbow high #rainbow high fall lineup #I tried not to buy but I have an addiction #no regrets
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  • teddie-bear
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Me: i dont drink caffeine

    Someone: u r literally drinking a diet coke as we speak

    Me: so what of it *sip*

    #im not even caffeine addicted #i just like diet coke
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  • quiteria-pure
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago

    note to self: stop browsing through skinnygossip

    #it makes me feel awwfuuulllllllllllllllllllllll but it's so addicting #reminder #i blame shining Nikki a tiny little bit bc it's causing me to be more interested in the fashion industry #and i stumble onto that forum because they talk a lot about models and clothing and name brands/designers #which are all things i love but my god that site is just so toxic #i read through some of the threads and then leave and i just feel horrible after #i would appreciate some other sites or forums where i can just read about specific models or just what's going on in the fashion world #without inhaling comments and critiques from extremely close-minded people #and i get that a LOT of people within the fashion industry uphold that mindset but like... #i just want to enjoy the beauty and glamour of it without seeing that awful thoughts that some people have behind it #ignore me lol I just had to vent to get the feelings out bc it's upsetting me!!!
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  • toomuchkween
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago

    So wasn’t totally honest about my bullshit last week. I didn’t the same thing a few days later and tried to go to work after. My boss asked me if I was sick, and I said yes and I was sent home and told to rest for two days.

    I feel like the biggest ass hole.

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  • the-sad-ghost-club
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago


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  • ohagialpaca
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Summertime is finally here!! There are so many things you can do in the summer, like relax or go to events. Suck things like fireworks, the summer sea, festivals, or even at the nearby theater company!!

    Mankai Manga Sengen 205 Coming Soon!
    #a3! #a3 act addict actors #a3 actor training game #anime#otome#manga#taichi nanao#kazunari miyoshi #mankai manga sengen #mankai company#a3 webcomic
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  • askthesobersponsor
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Goodbye, and be well.

    To the visitors and followers of askthesobersponsor:

    Due to repeated examples of division and strife on this platform, I feel it necessary to close this account and find a healthier place to share on Addiction Recovery. For me, throughout my 10 years of sobriety, addiction-recovery has been about cohesion - not separation, hatred and backbiting. I find too much of this here.

    Political Affiliation, Gender Identity, Social/Financial Status, Race, Religion - none of these should be a consideration in wanting to get/wanting to be sober. And yet, much of these are the exact things that keep people out there, trapped in addiction. 

    There’s a reason that the last part of the 12th Tradition in AA says: “...principles before personalities.” Political Affiliation, Gender Identity, Social/Financial Status, Race, Religion - IS ALL PERSONALITY. As long as we put any of these before our recovery, we have the cart in front of the horse.    

    That said, if addiction is a problem in your life, I would encourage you to pursue recovery where you reside. There are many fine people in Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous who are living amazing lives today. These people are able and willing to show you how they put down the chemicals and found the Good Life. Most of you can find many local meetings. Make use of these valuable resources. Maybe we’ll even meet each other. That would be great!

    Until then, be well.

    Joe, alcoholic.

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  • fourchette
    28.07.2021 - 1 hour ago

    in a weird way internet addiction has made me start to prefer reading books over watching movies/shows. books actually force me to look and pay attention more than movies/shows i guess, especially since i mostly used to watch stuff on my laptop. watching a movie for 2 hours now just feels painful. i havent finished a movie in forever but my reading this year is up by a lot, blessing in disguise 

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  • brightandblossom
    28.07.2021 - 2 hours ago

    So I took a whole week off compulsive running/jogging...and today I thought:

    "Urgh that's my week up, I better start running again today". And I felt so unenthusiastic about it!

    But then I realised. I literally do not have to go running today. Not today, or tomorrow, or for a month. Even for the rest of my life if I don't want to. It's my body...and I don't need to make it do anything that doesn't bring me joy.

    So I am not going on a run. And I don't think I will go on one for the next month. And that's fine by me.

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