stickers | prints | wild canine series
[images are 8 paintings of big cats with fantasy elemental motifs: a dark brown lion with stylized flames in place of its mane; a blue snow leopard with snowflake patterns in its coat and icicles forming on its fur; a clouded leopard shrouded in grey stormclouds; a cougar perched on some striated rocks, with geodes dotting its fur; a tiger prowling with bright green vegetation sprouting from its stripes; a winking cheetah with a bright arc of lightning running along the length of its body; a blue jaguar, floating serenely with a ring of water splashing around it; and a purple-tinged panther prowling, with bright pink cracks of arcane energy creeping up from its paws and tailtip. bright diamond sparks float around it.]
89K notes · View notes
Thread I posted on my Twitter regarding people slandering Michael for seeking help from a therapist after playing Killmonger. People are so sick.
1) He isn’t “weak” for going to a therapist
2) Even if you didn’t think he did a good job as Killmonger, that doesn’t invalidate his feelings/emotions
3) Again, regardless of if you thought he didn’t do great as Killmonger, he still had to go to a dark place filled with nothing but pain and turmoil in order to portray Erik, who is nothing like Michael in real life.
Y’all will literally find any reason to hate this man, whether it be because of who he decides to date or his decision to seek out therapy due to feeling depressed. He does nothing to anybody and it isn’t fair that he’s met with such criticism.
Anyway, I just needed to get this off my chest.
11K notes · View notes