icons: #6

Jun. 29th, 2013 02:30 pm
lirazel: ([kpop] so shut up boy)
These are for Kyrie, but anyone can use them. If you want a different background/color/crop/whatever for something here, let me know. I can do that.

Behind the cut:
46 9 Muses icons

Samples:

9m 119m 359m 50


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icons: #5

Jun. 20th, 2013 11:33 am
lirazel: ([kpop] fashion king)
while i didn't have any internet, i made a bunch of icons. some of them are really ugly. some i quite like. if any of you have the time/inclination to tell me which ones work for you (and possibly why?) i'd really appreciate it! you definitely don't have to be in this fandom to have an opinion on graphics.

Behind the cut:
61 Infinite icons

Samples:

gyu 6sungjong 8woohyun 6


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icons: #4

Jan. 20th, 2013 05:42 pm
lirazel: ([kpop] love is just a game)
Behind the cut:

After School/Orange Caramel (Nana)
Brown Eyed Girls (BEG + Miryo & Gain)
IU
miss A (Fei)

Samples:


icon nana 11 v. 2beg icon 4icon miryo 6




so shut up boy )

icons: #4

Aug. 4th, 2012 04:18 pm
lirazel: ([kpop] sweetness and light)
Behind the cut:
87 Infinite icons

Samples:
icon woohyun 5icon hoya 5icon teaser 14

graphics here )

icons: #4

Aug. 4th, 2012 04:18 pm
lirazel: ([kpop] sweetness and light)
Behind the cut:
87 Infinite icons

Samples:
icon woohyun 5icon hoya 5icon teaser 14

graphics here )

icons: #4

Aug. 4th, 2012 04:18 pm
lirazel: ([kpop] sweetness and light)
Behind the cut:
87 Infinite icons

Samples:
icon woohyun 5icon hoya 5icon teaser 14

graphics here )
lirazel: ([kpop] jump over time)
This is who I am now. Just so you know.

When teasers like this exist, how can I not end up casting the members of my ridiculous boy band as spies? I mean, really. They were just asking for it.


follow the cut )


Here on tumblr
lirazel: ([kpop] jump over time)
This is who I am now. Just so you know.

When teasers like this exist, how can I not end up casting the members of my ridiculous boy band as spies? I mean, really. They were just asking for it.


follow the cut )


Here on tumblr
lirazel: ([kpop] jump over time)
This is who I am now. Just so you know.

When teasers like this exist, how can I not end up casting the members of my ridiculous boy band as spies? I mean, really. They were just asking for it.


follow the cut )


Here on tumblr

icons: #2

Apr. 21st, 2012 02:00 pm
lirazel: ([sufbb] interested)
Behind the cut:
46 icons:
16 Shut Up! Flower Boy Band icons
30 Love Rain icons

Samples:




icons here )

icons: #2

Apr. 21st, 2012 02:00 pm
lirazel: ([sufbb] interested)
Behind the cut:
46 icons:
16 Shut Up! Flower Boy Band icons
30 Love Rain icons

Samples:




icons here )

icons: #2

Apr. 21st, 2012 02:00 pm
lirazel: ([sufbb] interested)
Behind the cut:
46 icons:
16 Shut Up! Flower Boy Band icons
30 Love Rain icons

Samples:




icons here )
lirazel: ([sufbb] black knight)
First off: Happy Easter! And a belated happy Passover! And happy spring (or fall, if you're in the Southern Hempisphere)!

Now:

I will never sleep again.

Because I started making icons, y'all. MAKING ICONS. It's so addictive that I've spent hours and hours in the last couple of days thinking, "Just one more." UUUUUUGH.

Anyway! Since these are the first icons I've ever made and this is my first icon post, I'd love some feedback, even though I don't think anyone on my flist is familiar with the shows. Constructive criticism would be great, since I've been trying to teach myself with tutorials. Some of them I'm really proud of, others aren't so great, but hey: it's a start! I decided to include ones that I'm "meh" about in the interests of posterity. I'd especially love some thoughts on the ones where I didn't get the colors quite right, and if you can point me to any tutorials that are super useful, I'd greatly appreciate it.

If someone does happen to take any of these, please don't hotlink. Thanks!

Caps are by [livejournal.com profile] dangermousie, who graciously agreed to let me use them. And I copied the cropping on #1 from [livejournal.com profile] ladyofthelog (I hope she doesn't mind!).


Behind the cut:
60 icons:
57 Shut Up! Flower Boy Band icons
3 OT3 icons from Mawang
Samples:





icons here! )
lirazel: ([sufbb] black knight)
First off: Happy Easter! And a belated happy Passover! And happy spring (or fall, if you're in the Southern Hempisphere)!

Now:

I will never sleep again.

Because I started making icons, y'all. MAKING ICONS. It's so addictive that I've spent hours and hours in the last couple of days thinking, "Just one more." UUUUUUGH.

Anyway! Since these are the first icons I've ever made and this is my first icon post, I'd love some feedback, even though I don't think anyone on my flist is familiar with the shows. Constructive criticism would be great, since I've been trying to teach myself with tutorials. Some of them I'm really proud of, others aren't so great, but hey: it's a start! I decided to include ones that I'm "meh" about in the interests of posterity. I'd especially love some thoughts on the ones where I didn't get the colors quite right, and if you can point me to any tutorials that are super useful, I'd greatly appreciate it.

If someone does happen to take any of these, please don't hotlink. Thanks!

Caps are by [livejournal.com profile] dangermousie, who graciously agreed to let me use them. And I copied the cropping on #1 from [livejournal.com profile] ladyofthelog (I hope she doesn't mind!).


Behind the cut:
60 icons:
57 Shut Up! Flower Boy Band icons
3 OT3 icons from Mawang
Samples:





icons here! )
lirazel: ([sufbb] black knight)
First off: Happy Easter! And a belated happy Passover! And happy spring (or fall, if you're in the Southern Hempisphere)!

Now:

I will never sleep again.

Because I started making icons, y'all. MAKING ICONS. It's so addictive that I've spent hours and hours in the last couple of days thinking, "Just one more." UUUUUUGH.

Anyway! Since these are the first icons I've ever made and this is my first icon post, I'd love some feedback, even though I don't think anyone on my flist is familiar with the shows. Constructive criticism would be great, since I've been trying to teach myself with tutorials. Some of them I'm really proud of, others aren't so great, but hey: it's a start! I decided to include ones that I'm "meh" about in the interests of posterity. I'd especially love some thoughts on the ones where I didn't get the colors quite right, and if you can point me to any tutorials that are super useful, I'd greatly appreciate it.

If someone does happen to take any of these, please don't hotlink. Thanks!

Caps are by [livejournal.com profile] dangermousie, who graciously agreed to let me use them. And I copied the cropping on #1 from [livejournal.com profile] ladyofthelog (I hope she doesn't mind!).


Behind the cut:
60 icons:
57 Shut Up! Flower Boy Band icons
3 OT3 icons from Mawang
Samples:





icons here! )
lirazel: ([misc] Vienna)
“In 1955 Pan American World Airways began recruiting Japanese American women to work as stewardesses on its Tokyo-bound flights and eventually its round-the-world flights as well. Based in Honolulu, these women were informally known as Pan Am’s ‘Nisei’—second-generation Japanese Americans—even though not all of them were Japanese American or second-generation. They were ostensibly hired for their Japanese-language skills, but few spoke Japanese fluently. This absorbing account of Pan Am’s’“Nisei’ stewardess program suggests that the Japanese American (and later other Asian and Asian American) stewardesses were meant to enhance the airline’s image of exotic cosmopolitanism and worldliness. As its corporate archives demonstrate, Pan Am marketed itself as an iconic American company pioneering new frontiers of race, language, and culture. [This is] the story of an unusual personnel program implemented by an American corporation intent on expanding and dominating the nascent market for international air travel. That program reflected the Jet Age dreams of global mobility that excited postwar Americans, as well as the inequalities of gender, class, race, and ethnicity that constrained many of them.” – the blurb for Airborne Dreams: “Nisei” Stewardesses and Pan American World Airways by Christine Reiko Yano

check out the casting )
lirazel: ([misc] Vienna)
“In 1955 Pan American World Airways began recruiting Japanese American women to work as stewardesses on its Tokyo-bound flights and eventually its round-the-world flights as well. Based in Honolulu, these women were informally known as Pan Am’s ‘Nisei’—second-generation Japanese Americans—even though not all of them were Japanese American or second-generation. They were ostensibly hired for their Japanese-language skills, but few spoke Japanese fluently. This absorbing account of Pan Am’s’“Nisei’ stewardess program suggests that the Japanese American (and later other Asian and Asian American) stewardesses were meant to enhance the airline’s image of exotic cosmopolitanism and worldliness. As its corporate archives demonstrate, Pan Am marketed itself as an iconic American company pioneering new frontiers of race, language, and culture. [This is] the story of an unusual personnel program implemented by an American corporation intent on expanding and dominating the nascent market for international air travel. That program reflected the Jet Age dreams of global mobility that excited postwar Americans, as well as the inequalities of gender, class, race, and ethnicity that constrained many of them.” – the blurb for Airborne Dreams: “Nisei” Stewardesses and Pan American World Airways by Christine Reiko Yano

check out the casting )
lirazel: ([da] downstairs)
It's been too long, y'all. Too, too long.

Special thanks to [livejournal.com profile] viorica8957 for help and feedback!

picspam! )

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