This is stuff I like.

Apr 07

mallius:

殺X殺

mallius:

殺X

seriousjones:

i need men’s rights because i’ve been walking in a small circle for years. i can only do men’s lefts. i am very hungry. women laugh at me

(via roachpatrol)

roachpatrol:

paintgod:

my brief was to “Ask someone for instructions in what to do and then obey them” and i think i did pretty well! i asked my friend “what should i do for this assignment?” and she said the above quote and then i had to make a record of it!!

i would buy this poster so fast

roachpatrol:

paintgod:

my brief was to “Ask someone for instructions in what to do and then obey them” and i think i did pretty well! i asked my friend “what should i do for this assignment?” and she said the above quote and then i had to make a record of it!!

i would buy this poster so fast

Pancakes -

I’ve reposted this as a dash stretcher before, and now it (and a few other stories I hadn’t seen!) are collected together. These comics give me the best warm fuzzies, and it’ll take you all of ten minutes to read them all. Doo eeeet.

Picture Posting Etiquette? Halp?

gardenprophet:

So, I kind of have this habit of collecting images from around the internet. Pretty, pretty fanarts and original arts and everything in between. I have been doing it for about 18-20 years now, I shit you not kids. I have some old school stuff that’s just chillin’ in my images folder. Because of Tumblr, I want to shaaaare them (only the best, I promise).

However, some of this stuff is either:

a) circa 1990, and maybe not on the net anymore? - 10%
b) not noted or tagged in any significant way and I have no idea where it came from - 90% (shut up! I was 11! it was the 90’s! things like this didn’t occur to me!)

So… I guess the question is, should I start making image posts, and tag to the best of my ability, even if in many cases that tagging will be ‘I have no clue’? I mean, people have reverse image look up same as I do, but is it a cardinal tumblr-etiquette faux pas if I can’t link to the artist?

I think tumblr!miss manners would say that while tagging with artist is ideal, if the source can’t be found with a reasonable amount of google image searching, tagging “source not found/needed” or something to that effect is ok too. If nothing else it might remind people that really like it that there is an artist; they can sleuth too if they feel like it. Hell, people might message you a source.

Additionally, nobody will think you drew it. That’s awkward for all parties, yo.

As an artist (for giggles, let’s pretend we’re in a magical universe where making art is my primary income), if I found out somebody reposted my art from my own .com to <social media site of your choosing> and it got 200,000 notes without any reference to me, I’d feel pretty peeved about the potential prints/ commissions/ what have you that I might have missed out on. Trust that viewers are lazy, and will be 100x less likely to buy art if they have to look it up themselves.

Apr 06

Also regarding ECCC

I’ve been meaning to take pictures of the great stuff I brought back, but it’s been a week already and I keep leaving some of it at work, so in summary:

It was full of amazing people! I got to chat with more artists than I can count, and I bought maybe 1/50th of what I wanted. Why can’t I fling money at all the well-deserving people? It’s a cruel life.

I particularly loved meeting Danielle Corsetto (Girls with Slingshots), E.K.Weaver (TJ and Amal) and Dylan Meconis (Family Man). I can personally confirm that they are really delightful, which is extra impressive given the madhouse con circumstances and being stuck behind tables all day (how? I just. how.).

The poor people at the Whatpumpkin booth looked exhausted; there were only two of them for the whole weekend, and many, many Homestuck people.

I have dozens more comics I need to check out and a few online art schools. There is too much stuff. That’s all there is too it. :D

I forbid myself from getting a Nakodile at ECCC until I did Boring Adult Paperwork, so two excellent friends helped me out by nabbing it and keeping it for me until today.

(thaaank you squiffy! You are awesome)

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Apr 05

izzymar:

Disney Fine Art: “Ohana means family" by Heather Theurer:)
(Source: disneyfineart.com)


oh woooow &lt;3

izzymar:

Disney Fine Art: “Ohana means family" by Heather Theurer:)

(Source: disneyfineart.com)

oh woooow <3

(Source: tinkeperi, via rainbowbarnacle)

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