PHANTOONS of the OPERA

viscountess:

melissadoskotz:

Cut Paper Masqueraders! I can’t sew, so I’ll just make paper costumes.

I will make detail posts of each soon!

WHERE CAN I GET EIGHTY OF THE TRIANGLE GIRL ONE

elena-di-veneria:

Las tres mellizas y El fantasma de la Ópera is the story about triplet sisters. The creator is Roser Capdevila (Barcelona native and artist), who gave birth to her own triplets in 1969. So she decided to write stories about three sisters and make illustrations for them. Triplets have lots of adventures inside fairy tales and classic stories - including story about the Phantom of the Opera.

There are actually two editions: an episode in animated series and its novelization. Even with three little sisters from modern world, this story is very close to the original novel.

So you can see more screenshots from the cartoon here.
And more pictures from the book here.

Hugh and Soot being cute at Hugh’s final curtain call (x)

whollyhwojo:

phantoonsoftheopera:

Sometimes when I think of The Auctioneer holding up the wiring for the “new electric light” at the beginning of Phantom, I picture this happening to him:

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and then the chandelier flying away at 88 miles per hour.

dude you need 1.21 gigawatts

and a phlux capacitor, too!

When I see Madame Firmin up in the opera box, at the end of “Think of Me,” I wish she’d do one of these.

operafantomet:

Comparing the UK and US restaged tour: The Il Muto ballet 

I still mock you and your monkey pants.

If you make Phantom iphone/iPod backgrounds, I will follow you instantly. Reblog if you do. I’d really like to see them.

(hey, I was thinking about doing a line of Phantom-themed iphone wallpapers. Already have a few I made for my own phone)

You know, ever since I saw your sprites I kept thinking of having Erik and Raoul in a jockey/race track type picture. Since they both could be seen on horseback in the movie.

I can picture that. And Christine standing out front waiting to drop her scarf to signal them to start racing.

operafantomet:

As promised anon once upon a time: 

A closer look at the beding/appliquées/tassels on the Phantom’s cloak. 

In today’s LEGO!PotO news, “The Rancor Pit” set not only provided the largest portcullis from LEGO yet (although it’s still only a third the size I need - not sure how I’m going to get around that problem), further analysis of the instructions revealed the potential for a secret compartment for the mausoleum cross.

And on the minifig front, Monkey Girl may be replaced by an ewok.