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Kira Yukimura 2 by derianl
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Kira Yukimura is a kitsune, the daughter of kitsune Noshiko Yukimura and Ken Yukimura, and Scott's second girlfriend. In Season 3B, Kira is the new girl at school, having moved to Beacon Hills from New York. Kira is initially portrayed as intellectual, quirky, sweet and looks to make friends in school, but has trouble fitting in because of her dad being the new history teacher who's prone to unintentionally embarrassing her. She is now a member of Scott's Pack. As a Kitsune, Kira is of the type Thunder, which gives her power over electricity and her eyes glow a flaming orange.

At Season 3B's start, Kira displays a crush on Scott, which he reciprocates. In "Galvanize", Kira is revealed to be supernatural after mass murderer William Barrow kidnaps her and manifests an ability to absorb electricity after he attempts to kill her by electrocution. Scott witnesses this display and Kira is intrigued that Scott doesn't "run the other way" from her peculiar circumstances. In "Illuminated", it is shown that Kira gives off an aura that is shaped around her like a flaring armor in the shape of an bipedal fox that's visible to a werewolf's vision. Scott invites her to Danny's black light party and their interest in each other strengthens and later, she witnesses Scott and Derek fight the Oni in their werewolf forms. Consequently, Scott reveals the supernatural status of he, his Pack, everything to her. Kira eventually does research and theorizes she is a Kitsune, the trickster Fox, which is later confirmed by Derek. Kira later discovers further abilities; supernatural speed and agility, as well as a natural talent for swordplay. When her mother Noshiko displays similar talents, she discovers Noshiko is also a Kitsune and had summoned the Oni to Beacon Hills. In "The Fox and the Wolf", Kira confronts her parents, along with Scott. Kira is distrustful of her mom and is further baffled when Noshiko reveals she is actually 900 years old. Noshiko tells Kira her story of her time as an intern at Camp Oak Creek and her role in unleashing the Nogitsune. Noshiko asks Kira to trust her this once, telling her she is a Thunder kitsune and shows her how to use her talents to repair her shattered katana. Kira is told Noshiko's legacy is now hers when she passes her the sword. Kira comes to grips with her Kitsune nature, her capacity to fight and becomes part of Scott's Pack, wanting to help save Stiles and cure him. In "De-Void", still unable to face her parents after everything they've kept from her, Kira spends the night with Scott. They kiss. In "Insatiable", Kira along with Isaac and Allison go up against Noshiko and the Oni trying to dissuade her mother from outright killing the Nogitsune as the process could probably kill Stiles. Unfortunately, the Nogitsune takes control of the Oni and turns the demons against them and Allison is killed. In the Season 3 finale, Kira is told by her parents their move at this point has to be a divine move in order to stop the Nogitsune. Kira goes along with Scott, Stiles and Lydia to stop the Nogitsune at the school. She battles the Oni and then fatally stabs the Nogitsune running the demon's corporeal form through with the katana after Scott Bites him.

At the start of Season 4, Kira has her romance with Scott on hold because she wants to give Scott the time he needs to grieve for Allison. In "Muted", Kira shows an aptitude for lacrosse, joining the lacrosse team, and Scott decides to give in to his feelings for Kira, saying he's "not sorry", to her joy, sharing a deep kiss with her. When the Dead Pool goes out, assassins coming into town, Kira takes actions to protect herself and Noshiko as she and her mother are both on the hit list and Noshiko no longer possesses the power she had previously. In "Monstrous", Kira saves Brett Talbot and Lorilee Rohr of Satomi's Pack from a team of hunters-turned-assassins and fights to protect Satomi's Pack until the Dead Pool is shut down and the contracts are terminated. Scott and Kira finally go on their first date. They are attacked by Kate and her Berserker and are taken to La Iglesia. Kate has Scott converted into a new Berserker, and under the malevolent werejaguar's control, Kira is attacked by Scott. Hallucinating her mother and determined to save Scott, Kira breaks off a piece of obsidian in the temple and uses it to trigger her kitsune healing. She and Stiles save Scott when he's almost destroyed as a Berserker, as per Peter's plan. Kira keeps the obsidian shard when returning to Beacon Hills. Afterward, her father Ken has the shard reshaped into a shuriken and Noshiko presents her with the star, and Kira realizes the shuriken represents her first Kitsune Tail.

In Season 5, Kira is fashioned a new sword by Ken, able to be disguised as a belt. After a summer with her parents in New York, Kira starts senior year with her friends, including she and Scott consummating their relationship. In "Dreamcatcher", after Lydia is mauled by the Chimera Tracy Stewart, Kira takes on the Kanima hybrid to protect her friend, and using her sword, undergoes an Evolution: her Kitsune aura erupts in flames around her frame and becoming naturally visible. Shortly after her aura engulfs her again but with her losing control, shouting "Watashi wa shi no shisha da!", and would have beheaded the new Chimera Lucas if not for Scott stopping her. Her Kitsune aura becomes independent as Scott sees when he views the Fox spirit with his werewolf vision, though he keeps quiet about it. Kira is shocked when Scott tells her he loves her under the impression he doesn't realize he did it, but is lighthearted upon hearing he remembers, and saying he meant it.

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Dr. Who Birthday Card by derianl
Dr. Who Birthday Card
Doctor Who is a British science-fiction television programme produced by the BBC from 1963 to the present day. The programme depicts the adventures of the Doctor, a Time Lord— a space and time-travelling humanoid alien. He explores the universe in his TARDIS, a sentient time-travelling space ship. Its exterior appears as a blue British police box, which was a common sight in Britain in 1963 when the series first aired. He is accompanied by companions, and he combats a variety of foes while working to save civilisations and help people in need.
The show is a significant part of British popular culture,[2][3] and elsewhere it has become a cult television favourite. The show has influenced generations of British television professionals, many of whom grew up watching the series.[4] The programme originally ran from 1963 to 1989. After an unsuccessful attempt to revive regular production in 1996 with a backdoor pilot in the form of a television film, the programme was relaunched in 2005 by Russell T Davies who was showrunner and head writer for the first five years of its revival, produced in-house by BBC Wales in Cardiff. The first series of the 21st century, featuring Christopher Eccleston in the title role, was produced by the BBC. Series two and three had some development money contributed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), which was credited as a co-producer.[5] Doctor Who also spawned spin-offs in multiple media, including Torchwood (2006–11) and The Sarah Jane Adventures (2007–11), both created by Russell T Davies; K-9 (2009–10); and a single pilot episode of K-9 and Company (1981). There also have been many spoofs and cultural references of the character in other media.
Twelve actors have headlined the series as the Doctor. The transition from one actor to another, and the differing approach to the role that they bring, is written into the plot of the show as regeneration into a new incarnation, a life process of Time Lords through which the character of the Doctor takes on a new body and, to some extent, new personality, which occurs after sustaining injury which would be fatal to most other species. While each actor's portrayal differs, they are all intended to be aspects of the same character, and form part of the same storyline. The time-travelling nature of the plot means that on occasion, story arcs have involved different Doctors meeting each other. Peter Capaldi took on the role after Matt Smith's exit in the 2013 Christmas special, "The Time of the Doctor". Doctor Who follows the adventures of the primary character, a rogue Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey who simply goes by the name "The Doctor". He fled from Gallifrey in a stolen Mark I Type 40 TARDIS time machine - "Time and Relative Dimension in Space" - which allows him to travel across time and space. Due to a malfunction of the TARDIS' "chameleon circuit", which normally allows the TARDIS to take on the appearance of local objects to disguise it from others, the Doctor's TARDIS remains fixed as a blue British Police box. The Doctor rarely travels alone, and often brings one or more companions to share these adventures with, typically humans as he has found a fascination with the planet Earth. He often finds events that pique his curiosity as he tries to prevent evil forces from harming innocent people or changing history, using only his ingenuity and minimal resources, such as his versatile sonic screwdriver. As a Time Lord, the Doctor has the ability to regenerate when his body is mortally damaged, taking on a new appearance and personality. The Doctor has gained numerous reoccurring enemies during his travels, including the Daleks, the Cybermen, and another renegade Time Lord, the Master.
Doctor Who first appeared on BBC TV at 17:16:20 GMT, eighty seconds after the scheduled programme time, 5:15 pm, on Saturday, 23 November 1963.[7][8] It was to be a regular weekly programme, each episode 25 minutes of transmission length. Discussions and plans for the programme had been in progress for a year. The head of drama, Canadian Sydney Newman, was mainly responsible for developing the programme, with the first format document for the series being written by Newman along with the head of the script department (later head of serials) Donald Wilson and staff writer C. E. Webber. Writer Anthony Coburn, story editor David Whitaker and initial producer Verity Lambert also heavily contributed to the development of the series.[9][note 1] The programme was originally intended to appeal to a family audience,[10] as an educational programme using time travel as a means to explore scientific ideas and famous moments in history. On 31 July 1963 Whitaker commissioned Terry Nation to write a story under the title The Mutants. As originally written, the Daleks and Thals were the victims of an alien neutron bomb attack but Nation later dropped the aliens and made the Daleks the aggressors. When the script was presented to Newman and Wilson it was immediately rejected as the programme was not permitted to contain any "bug-eyed monsters". The first serial had been completed and the BBC believed it was crucial that the next one be a success, but The Mutants was the only script ready to go, so the show had little choice but to use it. According to producer Verity Lambert; "We didn't have a lot of choice — we only had the Dalek serial to go ... We had a bit of a crisis of confidence because Donald [Wilson] was so adamant that we shouldn't make it. Had we had anything else ready we would have made that." Nation's script became the second Doctor Who serial – The Daleks (a.k.a. The Mutants). The serial introduced the eponymous aliens that would become the series' most popular monsters, and was responsible for the BBC's first merchandising boom.[11]
The BBC drama department's serials division produced the programme for 26 seasons, broadcast on BBC 1. Falling viewing numbers, a decline in the public perception of the show and a less-prominent transmission slot saw production suspended in 1989 by Jonathan Powell, controller of BBC 1.[12] Although (as series co-star Sophie Aldred reported in the documentary Doctor Who: More Than 30 Years in the TARDIS) it was effectively, if not formally, cancelled with the decision not to commission a planned 27th series of the show for transmission in 1990, the BBC repeatedly affirmed that the series would return.[13]
While in-house production had ceased, the BBC hoped to find an independent production company to relaunch the show. Philip Segal, a British expatriate who worked for Columbia Pictures' television arm in the United States, had approached the BBC about such a venture as early as July 1989, while the 26th series was still in production.[13] Segal's negotiations eventually led to a Doctor Who television film, broadcast on the Fox Network in 1996 as a co-production between Fox, Universal Pictures, the BBC and BBC Worldwide. Although the film was successful in the UK (with 9.1 million viewers), it was less so in the United States and did not lead to a series.[13]
Licensed media such as novels and audio plays provided new stories, but as a television programme Doctor Who remained dormant until 2003. In September of that year,[14] BBC Television announced the in-house production of a new series after several years of attempts by BBC Worldwide to find backing for a feature film version. The executive producers of the new incarnation of the series were writer Russell T Davies and BBC Cymru Wales head of drama Julie Gardner.
Doctor Who finally returned with the episode "Rose" on BBC One on 26 March 2005.[15] There have since been eight further series in 2006–2008 and 2010–2014, and Christmas Day specials every year since 2005. No full series was filmed in 2009,[16] although four additional specials starring David Tennant were made. In 2010, Steven Moffat replaced Davies as head writer and executive producer.[17]
The 2005 version of Doctor Who is a direct plot continuation of the original 1963–1989 series,[note 2] as is the 1996 telefilm. This differs from other series relaunches that have either been reimaginings or reboots (for example, Battlestar Galactica and Bionic Woman) or series taking place in the same universe as the original but in a different period and with different characters (for example, Star Trek: The Next Generation and spin-offs).[18]
The programme has been sold to many other countries worldwide
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Kira Yukimura by derianl
Kira Yukimura

Kira Yukimura is a kitsune, the daughter of kitsune Noshiko Yukimura and Ken Yukimura, and Scott's second girlfriend. In Season 3B, Kira is the new girl at school, having moved to Beacon Hills from New York. Kira is initially portrayed as intellectual, quirky, sweet and looks to make friends in school, but has trouble fitting in because of her dad being the new history teacher who's prone to unintentionally embarrassing her. She is now a member of Scott's Pack. As a Kitsune, Kira is of the type Thunder, which gives her influence over electricity and her eyes glow a flaming orange.

At Season 3B's start, Kira displays a crush on Scott, which he reciprocates. In "Galvanize", Kira is revealed to be supernatural after mass murderer William Barrow kidnaps her and manifests an ability to absorb electricity after he attempts to kill her by electrocution. Scott witnesses this display and Kira is intrigued that Scott doesn't "run the other way" from her peculiar circumstances. In "Illuminated", it is shown that Kira gives off an aura that is shaped around her like a flaring armor in the shape of an bipedal fox that's visible to a werewolf's vision. Scott invites her to Danny's black light party and their interest in each other strengthens and later, she witnesses Scott and Derek fight the Oni in their werewolf forms. Consequently, Scott reveals the supernatural status of he, his Pack, everything to her. Kira eventually does research and theorizes she is a Kitsune, the trickster Fox, which is later confirmed by Derek. Kira later discovers further abilities; supernatural speed and agility, as well as a natural talent for swordplay. When her mother Noshiko displays similar talents, she discovers Noshiko is also a Kitsune and had summoned the Oni to Beacon Hills. In "The Fox and the Wolf", Kira confronts her parents, along with Scott. Kira is distrustful of her mom and is further baffled when Noshiko reveals she is actually 900 years old. Noshiko tells Kira her story of her time as an intern at Camp Oak Creek and her role in unleashing the Nogitsune. Noshiko asks Kira to trust her this once, telling her she is a Thunder kitsune and shows her how to use her talents to repair her shattered katana. Kira is told Noshiko's legacy is now hers when she passes her the sword. Kira comes to grips with her Kitsune nature, her capacity to fight and becomes part of Scott's Pack, wanting to help save Stiles and cure him. In "De-Void", still unable to face her parents after everything they've kept from her, Kira spends the night with Scott. They kiss. In "Insatiable", Kira along with Isaac and Allison go up against Noshiko and the Oni trying to dissuade her mother from outright killing the Nogitsune as the process could probably kill Stiles. Unfortunately, the Nogitsune takes control of the Oni and turns the demons against them and Allison is killed. In the Season 3 finale, Kira is told by her parents their move at this point has to be a divine move in order to stop the Nogitsune. Kira goes along with Scott, Stiles and Lydia to stop the Nogitsune at the school. She battles the Oni and then fatally stabs the Nogitsune running the demon's corporeal form through with the katana after Scott Bites him.

At the start of Season 4, Kira has her romance with Scott on hold because she wants to give Scott the time he needs to grieve for Allison. In "Muted", Kira shows an aptitude for lacrosse, joining the lacrosse team, and Scott decides to give in to his feelings for Kira, saying he's "not sorry", to her joy, sharing a deep kiss with her. When the Dead Pool goes out, assassins coming into town, Kira takes actions to protect herself and Noshiko as she and her mother are both on the hit list and Noshiko no longer possesses the power she had previously. In "Monstrous", Kira saves Brett Talbot and Lorilee Rohr of Satomi's Pack from a team of hunters-turned-assassins and fights to protect Satomi's Pack until the Dead Pool is shut down and the contracts are terminated. Scott and Kira finally go on their first date. They are attacked by Kate and her Berserker and are taken to La Iglesia. Kate has Scott converted into a new Berserker, and under the malevolent werejaguar's control, Kira is attacked by Scott. Hallucinating her mother and determined to save Scott, Kira breaks off a piece of obsidian in the temple and uses it to trigger her kitsune healing. She and Stiles save Scott when he's almost destroyed as a Berserker, as per Peter's plan. Kira keeps the obsidian shard when returning to Beacon Hills. Afterward, her father Ken has the shard reshaped into a shuriken and Noshiko presents her with the star, and Kira realizes the shuriken represents her first Kitsune Tail.

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To everyone who has requested that I paint something for you, please be patient because I'm in school at the moment. So, I don't have a lot of time to paint these days. I will get to all the requests I have been asked to do all I ask is that you all just bare with me, and please be patient. 

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Arguably, no artist grows up: If he sheds the perceptions of childhood, he ceases having fun and doing what he or she loves. Never grow up :)

okay, I really don't know what to write about, but I guess I'll start with the obvious. First off I'm pretty laid back and I'm funny. I'm a really nice guy once you get to know me and I'm a huge book worm. so, I'm really smart and according to most of my friends I'm unforgetable once you meet me. But, sometimes I can be a little annoying because I like to make people laugh and sometimes I try too hard to be funny which is when I get annoying. The sad part is I know this but I still do it and I have no idea why. oh, I'm taking summer classes at Georgia Perimeter College but it wouldn't be so bad if there were people there in the afternoon. I mean, the place is dead so I' spending my time in the computer lab on the computer...of course. Or in the library reading a book it's getting so bad that people are starting to think I live there. I know their kidding but still that is bad. I'm done venting for now so later.
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thanks for the fave on my spidey shots
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no problem, They're awesome
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Thanks for the fav! I really appreciate it!!
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Thank you for fav'ing my live-action casting choice for Starfire! Would you please leave a comment on it regarding what you think of it as well?
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Thank you so much for the fav!   |FTU| .:Red Pixel Heart:.
Your gallery is awesome! Have a wonderfull weekend! hugs :) (Smile)
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You're welcome, and thank you. You have a wonderful weekend as well
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