Crescent moons are just much more interesting than full ones. I took this today at 7:15 as I was rushing out the door to school. What a nice excuse to pause.
Gaming fanatic-- RPGs and Video Games, Leftist, cartoonist, married
The sound of the coffee grinder pulled me up to consciousness this morning (as it so often does.) I thought “Mmmm….coffeee….” and opened my eyes, only to find myself staring deep into the empty blue ones of my cat.
"Ungh," went Ursula.
"CHIRP!" went Athena.
"Grrrnngngngrrnurrrrrrrr," went the coffee grinder.
Lick! went Athena, going in for the early morning sandpaper tongue assault.
"Arrrgh," went Ursula, trying to protect her face.
"Nurrrranurrrrrranurrrrrrrrr," went the coffee grinder.
SNEEZE! went Athena happily.
"GAHHH!" went Ursula, who had thrown her arm across her face to ward off the tongue and so recieved an armpit full of cat phlegm.
"I’m up! I’m up!""
fuckyeahursulavernon) Wow. This is how my husband and I wake up, too:). (Except there are two or three cats chirping and licking instead of one. They do a group effort.)
Did somebody send this to you? Your art is fine. It has a playful aspect I like. Furthermore, there are tons of books to tell you what the rules are. If you wish to learn them because you think it would help, do so. But art changed the moment photography was invented. It hurts to spend months on a realistic picture that a photographer can reproduce better in a few moments. Art shifted to explaining something a machine cannot: what it is like to be human. The rules are a little less important in this context.
please learn basic drawing stuff like anatomy, coloring and using your fucking tools correctly before you start to draw overly stylized manga characters
if you start to develop your style before you learn basic things, your art will look like shit. art is like building a block tower. if you havent built the base well enough before you start to build fancy extra towers with flags and shit, it wont work, it will fucking collapse.
"One of the most-common mistakes that beginning writers make is leaving their characters alone. Writing, you may be alone. Reading, your audience may be alone. But your character should spend very, very little time alone. Because a solitary character starts thinking or worrying or wondering."
Chuck Palahniuk (via amandaonwriting)
I loved this question and answer:). I didn’t ever hate Ulfric (there was a good person portraying him as a mun who did well, too. My health issues meant that I had to cut back on folks I was following—the rule was “if you aren’t following me, I’m not following you”). I loved playing all the races, though, which meant that as certain races I got negative treatment by his people and Ulfric himself. Made it hard to want to back the guy up, especially since the Empire claimed to be more inclusive.
Major Knight is also someone concerned with overall rights, and Ulfric, whilst somewhat sympathetic, wasn’t trying to understand all the people he’d be responsible for. I can feel sympathy for his desire to openly worship Talos (nice political move by the High Elves, that), I can feel sympathy for his desire to have traditions. But hate really doesn’t need to be institutionalized or respected:).
(And here you didn’t ask me. Whoops. I’ll be quiet in the corner now:)
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