Mary Magdala

She was always at the feet of Jesus.
At first, in repentence- she was forgiven.
Then listening to Him- she chose the better part.
Then lamenting her brother’s life- he was given back to her.
Then bathing His feet with tears and perfume- it was right for her to do so.
Finally, at the foot of the cross when He died.
Her reward for that was great: she was first to witness the ressurection.
And how that came to be! She logned for her beloved, she logned to serve her Master, she logned to hear her Teacher. She waited and prayed to understand why there was no body in the grave. She asked and was answered: the Lord had risen! And she, who had heen a sinner, she,the humblest of his servants, always at his feet, she was the first to bring the Good News to the world.
Let’s follow her example and stay at the feet of Jesus to merit, like her, to see His Glory and to be able to proclaim it to the world.
St Marie Madelaine, priez pour nous!



image Trakoclock asked:

Hey, if you don’t mind sharing, I’ve always wondered how you got that soft celling look on your characters in your comic. Any tips? I’m currently working on my own comic and I kind of want to go for a less harsh form of cell shading. Thanks!

A couple people have asked about the way I color things and I’ve been meaning to post a tutorial on it :]. I’ve never been too good at describing my process, but I hope this helps!




A date was set at last for the release of the Dorohedoro Head Mascot Collection (Series 2)! There will be a nationwide release on the 30th of June at 23 different locations all over Japan.

If you are in Osaka or Umeda you can find them being sold at both “Yamashiroya” and “Kiddy Land”.

You can also find the Mascot Collection at gashapon machines in “TOKYU HANDS” department stores all over Ikebukuro, Umeda, and Hakata-ku, as well as in most Japanese outlets of “VILLAGE VANGUARD”.

They all look soooo yummmmmy, don’t they?(`ε´)







Fashion TimeLine of Chinese Clothing , China History


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2116. Chinese Fashion Timeline. If you ever wanted to know the difference between clothing of different Chinese eras, take a look at these lovely illustrations!