1. 23:25 21st Apr 2014

    Notes: 1899

    Reblogged from livingonthedash

    too real

    too real

    (Source: butthorn)

     
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    premise of the whole anime.

    premise of the whole anime.

     
  3. these fucking doodle comics are way more fun to draw than anything real, i think i have a damn problem.

     
  4. 01:08 5th Apr 2014

    Notes: 56071

    Reblogged from kurokise

    Questions designed to make you hate me

    irritates:

    1. What OTPs in your fandom(s) do you just not get?
    2. Are there any popular fandom OTPs you only BroTP?
    3. Any fandoms that don’t appeal to you?
    4. Have you ever unfollowed someone? Why?
    5. Do you have a NoTP in [insert fandom here]?
    6. Has fandom ever ruined a pairing for you?
    7. Is there anything you used to like, but now can’t stand?
    8. Unpopular opinion about [insert fandom here]?
    9. Have you received anon hate? What about?
    10. Any fandom you’re ashamed of being in?

     
  5. 01:40 4th Apr 2014

    Notes: 24

    Reblogged from kaewaii

    kaewaii:

    Hey guys! I’m opening up for commissions! I really need money right now so please if you can buy a drawing or two that would be great, if you can’t then please reblog this! Just a few rules, though!

    I don’t do NSFW drawings. I work in kids stuff, so having my name associated with porn or graphic imagery would be bad for my reputation, please understand.

    I will however do artistic nudes, tasteful pinups, and mild violence.

    You pay half before, half after. I’ll give you plenty of time to ask for changes as I work, so don’t be shy.

    I’ll draw any fandom, any pairing, and I have multiple coloring styles I can perform, just ask! (for example I have watercolor brushes I can use.)

    So now that that’s out of the way, here’s some details for each part:

    Sketches:

    • $10 for a base price of a “bust” (which for me is kinda everything but the legs most of the time but whatever.)
    • Add $5 for fullbody drawing, and $3-5 dollars for every extra character and a background, depending on the level of detail.

    Colored Sketches and Inked Drawings:

    • $15 for a base price of a “bust”
    • Add $5 for fullbody drawing, and $5-10 dollars for every extra character and a background, depending on the level of detail.

    Colored Inks:

    • $25 for a base price of a “bust”
    • Add $5 for fullbody drawing, and $10-15 dollars for every extra character and a background, depending on the level of detail.

    Speedpaint:

    • $30 for a base price of a “bust”
    • Add $10 for fullbody drawing, and $10-15 dollars for every extra character and a background, depending on the level of detail.

    Full Paint:

    • $50 for a base price of a “bust”
    • Add $10 for fullbody drawing, and $10-15 dollars for every extra character and a background, depending on the level of detail.

    Ref Sheet:

    • $55 dollars gets you a full turn around (front back and side view), inked and flat colored, and five set expression sheet.
    • If your character is particularly detailed, I will add $10 to the fee, or you can opt to have the quality of the reference tones down (like make it colored sketches instead, or forgo color)
    • If you need the character designed for you, then it’ll be $10 extra, and the design will be non-commercial use only. Non-commercial use means no matter what you do with the design, be it a comic or to get other commissions, YOU do not make money off the design. As long as it’s free, It’s all good.
    • Wanna make money off the design? HMU we can work on the pricing together! I’d love to work with you!

    Thanks so much for reading guys! If you want to commission me send me and ask, or submit a message to my blog. If you don’t have any money, I’d greatly appreciate it if you signal boosted this. Have a lovely day!

    TELL YOUR FRIENDS!!!

     
  6. 23:26 1st Apr 2014

    Notes: 2267

    Reblogged from leafrayne

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    leafrayne:

gigidigi:

Happy April Fool’s Day!
With the nature of this year’s gag, it’s easy to walk away with the impression that I’m making a mockery of kids who are just learning how to draw–many of whom might be fans of this comic! For those of you struggling with insecurity about your art, I have a secret: all of the “Kukobu Quest” artwork you see is 100% genuine stuff I drew about ten years ago. Even most of the writing was copied straight from my 2004 Livejournal entries.
If anything, I hope that “Kukobu Quest” will encourage artists who fear that they may never become “good enough” to bring their dreams to life. Regardless of your skill level, you will get better as long as you work hard and keep an open mind. The road to improvement never ends, and that can be scary, but if you find yourself worrying that your artistic pursuits are a waste of time, I hope you’ll think of Kukobu. He’s cheering for you in his own, weird way.

You know? You’re right. I feel inspired by your words, especially as someone who struggles with her confidence as an artist. While I still have a long way to come personally, I’m never going to stop improving & achieving my dreams.

    leafrayne:

    gigidigi:

    Happy April Fool’s Day!

    With the nature of this year’s gag, it’s easy to walk away with the impression that I’m making a mockery of kids who are just learning how to draw–many of whom might be fans of this comic! For those of you struggling with insecurity about your art, I have a secret: all of the “Kukobu Quest” artwork you see is 100% genuine stuff I drew about ten years ago. Even most of the writing was copied straight from my 2004 Livejournal entries.

    If anything, I hope that “Kukobu Quest” will encourage artists who fear that they may never become “good enough” to bring their dreams to life. Regardless of your skill level, you will get better as long as you work hard and keep an open mind. The road to improvement never ends, and that can be scary, but if you find yourself worrying that your artistic pursuits are a waste of time, I hope you’ll think of Kukobu. He’s cheering for you in his own, weird way.

    You know? You’re right. I feel inspired by your words, especially as someone who struggles with her confidence as an artist. While I still have a long way to come personally, I’m never going to stop improving & achieving my dreams.

     
  7. How I Met Your Mother is responsible for destroying families and causing me to get zero sleep last night.

     
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    I got a job, finally! I’ll be working at Great American Cookies. As an American, and as a lover of cookies, I must say that this is an exciting opportunity. Also, as someone who’s been desperately in need of a job. Ya know. Yay for me.

    I got a job, finally! I’ll be working at Great American Cookies. As an American, and as a lover of cookies, I must say that this is an exciting opportunity. Also, as someone who’s been desperately in need of a job. Ya know. Yay for me.

     
  9. 12:33 28th Mar 2014

    Notes: 12

    Reblogged from kaewaii

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    kaewaii:


"You won’t be taking another person’s life on my watch!"

A character for my webcomic. I wanted to draw him being awesome with his scythe.

hells yeah.

    kaewaii:

    "You won’t be taking another person’s life on my watch!"

    A character for my webcomic. I wanted to draw him being awesome with his scythe.

    hells yeah.

     
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     Now’s as good a time as any to share this, but on Friday, a friend and former coworker from back home passed away tragically; she was trying to cross the street, when she was hit by a car.
(If anyone is interested, you can read the obituary here.)
It was a shock to everyone, and needless to say, these past few days have been very difficult. 
I’m in Atlanta now and unable to make it home for the funeral, so I drew this to cope in my own way. Julie was such a sweet, warm girl. Most people at my job hated it there, but she made the most of it and was almost always smiling. I remember I snapped at her once, and I was convinced she wouldn’t want to talk to me anymore, but she never held that against me. I don’t even think it’s enough to say, “Wow, what a kind, sweet person,” because that feels like the generic sentiment you’d give to anyone, but I mean it. She was genuine. 

 I’m having a rough time, yet I can’t even imagine the pain her family and close friends must be feeling right now … so if you could please keep them in your prayers, that would be wonderful.

I’m also posting this, because I think it’s so important to talk about people that are gone. Keep the memory alive. So Julie, you will not be forgotten. Until we meet again, sweet girl.

     Now’s as good a time as any to share this, but on Friday, a friend and former coworker from back home passed away tragically; she was trying to cross the street, when she was hit by a car.

    (If anyone is interested, you can read the obituary here.)

    It was a shock to everyone, and needless to say, these past few days have been very difficult.

    I’m in Atlanta now and unable to make it home for the funeral, so I drew this to cope in my own way. Julie was such a sweet, warm girl. Most people at my job hated it there, but she made the most of it and was almost always smiling. I remember I snapped at her once, and I was convinced she wouldn’t want to talk to me anymore, but she never held that against me. I don’t even think it’s enough to say, “Wow, what a kind, sweet person,” because that feels like the generic sentiment you’d give to anyone, but I mean it. She was genuine.
     I’m having a rough time, yet I can’t even imagine the pain her family and close friends must be feeling right now … so if you could please keep them in your prayers, that would be wonderful.
    I’m also posting this, because I think it’s so important to talk about people that are gone. Keep the memory alive. So Julie, you will not be forgotten. Until we meet again, sweet girl.