(aahhh sorry, I’m not sure if it’s the 19th already where you live, it is here, but I probably won’t have internet tomorrow, so I’m sending you this now, I hope that’s okay!)
Happy Birthday! I don’t know if you remember (I hope you do, or else, this kinda comes out of nowhere and makes this very awkward), but quite some time ago, we had a short talk about Breakdown being nervous about Knock Out fingering him because of the claws, and I’ve been wanting to draw something with that for months now, so here is that something. I hope you like it!
And sorry I never talk to you, I’m shy and have nothing interesting to say. Nevertheless, I like your blog, I wish you a happy Birthday and many, many more robots for all the years to come. :3 (rolls away)
last but deFINITELY not least by ANY means of the birthday submissions
oh my gosh yes yes i remember that conversation v clearly! it’s somewhere in my askbox!! oh my gosh that was such a great conversation, oh my goodness
gosh gosh youre so so sweet and i lOVE LOVE THIS SO MUCH!! gosh look at those dorky boyfriends theyre the v best and you did sO SO GOOD!! THANK YOU SO SO MUCH!!
You’re very welcome, I’m happy you like it! X3
I really like a lot of the answers I have been getting for the question I ask.
Except for goingloco ‘s. I need a little more convincing than that.
The blue glow combined with the light-blocking dust in front of our line-of-sight gives this main region of M78 a ghostly feel to it, and the evaporating gaseous globules will eventually disappear, showing off the stars beneath them that right now only an infrared telescope can see.
Image credit: ESO / Igor Chekalin