Tumgir
visceralcoma · 55 minutes ago
Text
Here is the current and most recently updated version of the Queer Library, the database that I and a few friends have created to compile every single queer book we can find. It’s now sorted into categories by age demographic and genre, and I’m adding in quite a lot of nonfiction now too as well as graphic novels and comics. I have a section where I’ve placed links to support indie authors and will be adding a new section for anticipated releases come tonight or tomorrow. The library has (as of 1/16/22) over 400 books in it and there is a search key to find what you’re looking for. If you have any additions you’d like to see added, please send them my way so I can put them in the library!
Here is the link!
5 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · an hour ago
Text
So, I know everyone likes to think it's Bruno in the background of We Don't talk about Bruno during Dolores' verse... but considering he's glowing green and has glowing green eyes...it's likely Camilo who gives him the glowing green eyes on purpose when he shifts into him.
7 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · an hour ago
Text
I almost cried today my sister came up to me smiling from ear to ear and went ‘ Isabela from Encanto has my same skin colour ! she has brown skin just like me !! ‘ AND IM SJNKDNFKJDFN !!! 
It hit close to home because as a little girl I always found it hard to find characters who looked like me . Encanto really is changing lives of Latinx/POC/black and brown kids , even if it doesn’t seem like it .
Not only that but seeing Mirabel made me want to cry because I am a short , tan-skinned latina girl with her hair style , type of curl , and same round glasses .
Encanto is changing lives and providing representation for everyone !!!
16 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 3 hours ago
Text
If you don’t mind, I can suggest some articles and videos to help you along with this. If you’re still looking/doing research.
This blog post has some very good examples of words used in Colombia but not in other latam countries.
Genuine question for native Spanish speakers.
Is it uncomfortable or annoying to have Spanish mixed with English dialogue? My general plan for my Encanto comics and art was to follow the lead of the movie in how dialogue is written (sticking to the spanish used in-movie) but I thought I'd reach out first, especially since it's not a language I know all that well.
I wanna make sure that the art I make for Encanto is as respectful as possible, so any and all input is helpful!
30 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 4 hours ago
Text
YES. Exactly this!!! Antonio was so sweet and empathetic. He JUST met Bruno and he could see he needed help.
Also I headcanon the animals told him they sensed Bruno’s anxiety, i think the capybara who was sitting right there probably trying to exude a calming atmosphere to help because that’s just how capybaras are.
Antonio Madrigal is the cutest Disney animated child I have ever seen. Second only to Mirabel when she was younger. I just… they’re so precious I wanna hug them both and tuck them into bed and give them gifts.
42 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 7 hours ago
Text
Antonio Madrigal is the cutest Disney animated child I have ever seen. Second only to Mirabel when she was younger. I just… they’re so precious I wanna hug them both and tuck them into bed and give them gifts.
42 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 7 hours ago
Text
Minor annoyance… people keep spelling it “Augustine”. When it’s Agustín. Even if you can’t remember the í, at least get the rest right.
33 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 7 hours ago
Text
Tumblr media Tumblr media Tumblr media
Behold! Chunky Bruno - Encanto Concept Art
I just love this concept for bruno, totally has uncle vibes and would make the seven foot frame line make a lot more sense.
66 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 11 hours ago
Text
1 note · View note
visceralcoma · 13 hours ago
Text
hey there, you've arrived at a Tumblr checkpoint!
are you thirty? have a sip!
are you hungry? have a spack!
have you been snitting in the sale proclation? mack your tabbers!.
are you stick? purt your indies!
do you need to prot a buntle? go! now!
are you tired? break your togs!
do a quick snat of your vitals. are you fond? do you need to reduct your plandles? if you have a trick, tog it. if you need to sitch, go so.
are you grod or too trinking? if you need to break off a grint or mend the bontle, go to that now!
I hope this helps! and I hope your tunderfal day :-)
16K notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 14 hours ago
Text
Tumblr media
SPINOFF SERIES PLEASEEEEEE🙏🙏
292 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 14 hours ago
Photo
Tumblr media
45K notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 15 hours ago
Text
I just realised yet another little detail that symbolises so much in the story!
During Dos Orugitas, we see a young Alma Madrigal that seemed to be cheerful, playful and even a little clumsy. The braided hair, the frilly dress and the big smiles help create an image of her as a sweet, carefree young woman who was not afraid to just be herself.
Tumblr media Tumblr media Tumblr media
Once the tragedy with Pedro happens and the miracle is born, Alma immediately takes shelter in casita and we see her alone, silently processing the events of the evening; looking extremely weary, lonely and traumatised. She looks down at her babies. Her Julieta, her Pepa and her Brunito, and her expression changes. She knows she needs to be strong for them. She’s resolute, but there’s a sadness in her eyes that says she knows what this means for her, too. She can never go back to the woman she used to be.
Tumblr media
The next time we see Alma, she is putting on a black cloak and leaving the room. This room was the cocoon where she transformed into a new person, leaving her old self behind. She’s become different. Her smile doesn’t quite meet her eyes anymore. She looks tired, somber. Older, even.
Tumblr media
There’s a shadow, a trauma she’s carrying that soon takes form in the perfectionism and control that eventually hurt her loved ones. This event shapes the way she deals with challenges from this moment on, and she is always in fear of the family losing their home once again.
She became harsh. Strict. Everything has to be perfect in order to protect and earn the miracle the love of her life granted their family with his noble sacrifice.
Tumblr media
This is an incredibly strong woman who has been through hell and came out alive, for her family’s sake. This black cloak follows her from her young years to her old age, and becomes a constant throughout the movie. It represents the weight and the burden of the grief she silently carried ever since that moment, and will continue to carry for the rest of her life. It represents the change she had to go through, putting her emotions last in order to become the strong matriarch her kids and the village needed. It represents the loss of not only her beloved Pedro, but also of her innocence, her youth, her laughter and her smile.
From the moment young Alma Madrigal and her children were gifted a miracle, she became the one responsible for the whole village. She, as the only one blessed with the magic and the one whose gift repelled the enemies, was naturally placed in a position of power and leadership in the worst moment of her life.
Tumblr media
It’s likely she was the one everyone immediately looked to for directions right after the miracle happened, and that she had to leave her feelings behind to help other lost and grieving people rebuild their lives and their homes, creating what the village of Encanto eventually became. She put everyone else first. She was extremely selfless.
Alma Madrigal is such a complex character. There are so many layers to her personality. This is why you guys can’t just write her off as a villain or as a horrible person/grandmother. It’s not so black and white.
18K notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 21 hours ago
Text
Tumblr media
8 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 21 hours ago
Text
Tumblr media
31 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 22 hours ago
Text
Tumblr media
39 notes · View notes
visceralcoma · 22 hours ago
Text
Tumblr media
16 notes · View notes