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LiezaElk | 12-30-12, 1:01 PM
Here are cards with a veeeery late delivery T_T
I totally forgot about these so I made them with rush and also with new photoshop, so they look a little different than original. Sorry ^^


From Z-A
http://s120.beta.photobucket.com/user/Lieza_Elk/library/TCO%20LE%20Cards?

LiezaElk | 06-11-12, 9:46 AM

Delivery
Save & Rehost


HotCrossBuns | 04-21-12, 10:05 AM

CocoNoelle | 04-20-12, 3:35 PM

Plese save & re-host!


LiezaElk | 04-19-12, 2:30 PM


amukid08 | 03-20-12, 6:54 PM

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CocoNoelle | 03-17-12, 3:11 AM
You're welcome ^^

CocoNoelle | 03-16-12, 2:42 PM



khrymson | 03-16-12, 9:14 AM



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roriconfan | 03-10-12, 5:13 AM
"Bleach frequently uses a "tell, don't show" method. What I mean by that is that many things get hyped up beyond belief or a character is established as being great, but these things are only done through characters talking about it. When we finally get to whatever it is that's been hyped up, it very rarely lives up to that hype, and in some cases fails to live up to it even before the hype even happens."

"Tell, don't show" is something entirely different. It is when things are explained through talking and not showing. I think it is better to say "red herring" which refers to misleading info, or "badly handled foreshadowing" for not being cosistant with what it said earlier.

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