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    crackpotcomics:

Throughout the entire series, my favorite thing about Korra’s character has been that she’s allowed to feel weakness.  To see such a confident, headstrong character sob with terror and frustration has been very meaningful for me, especially since her pain is never trivialized as “Oh, she’s just weak”, or written off and forgotten after a single episode.  To see a strong character at their most vulnerable and to watch them struggle back onto their feet isn’t just a rewarding experience, it’s an inspirational one.  I thought that the episode “Korra Alone” was especially powerful, and I look forward to seeing our Avatar find herself again, no matter how long it takes.

    crackpotcomics:

    Throughout the entire series, my favorite thing about Korra’s character has been that she’s allowed to feel weakness.  To see such a confident, headstrong character sob with terror and frustration has been very meaningful for me, especially since her pain is never trivialized as “Oh, she’s just weak”, or written off and forgotten after a single episode.  To see a strong character at their most vulnerable and to watch them struggle back onto their feet isn’t just a rewarding experience, it’s an inspirational one.  I thought that the episode “Korra Alone” was especially powerful, and I look forward to seeing our Avatar find herself again, no matter how long it takes.

     
  2. 14:33 8th Oct 2014

    Notes: 311

    Reblogged from lydiarts

    lydiarts:

    I haven’t been around on Tumblr much, but I thought I’d make a post about this. My husband and I are currently living in an incredibly toxic environment with my family. He’s recently immigrated to the United States, and right now we’re waiting on his work permit to come in. We don’t have a lot of stability right now, so if push comes to shove I want to have a decent savings to fall back on so we don’t end up homeless.

    You can read about the entire situation here: http://www.furaffinity.net/journal/6176298/

    Because of this, I’m open for ALL commissions. I’ve posted some examples of just a few things I can do: Badges, icons, colored sketches, reference sheets, and patterns. You can see all my prices and examples here:
    https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wdfjLbvKhIBZXnOPSCRZ4VYylFd-eP3E7hJTIlnkeqw/present#slide=id.gebf9d182_00

    If you want ANYTHING at all, please e-mail me at DoirnArt@gmail.com. If there’s something that you want that I don’t have an example of, please contact me regardless. We can work something out.

    Any and all signal boosts are endlessly appreciated. Thank you everyone who has offered kind words and support, and thank you to those who have already commissioned me. I love you guys.

    Lydia is awesome!!

     
  3. 15:43 6th Oct 2014

    Notes: 111254

    Reblogged from straightfacedstrangeness

    Tags: sure why not

    winstonpaul:

Honesty Hour, Ask me anything! Nothing will go unanswered

    winstonpaul:

    Honesty Hour, Ask me anything! Nothing will go unanswered

     
  4. Part two of James and his gymnastic endeavors.

     
  5. 21:50

    Notes: 4

    Reblogged from thecandybaralchemist

    Tags: meant to post this here

    thecandybaralchemist:

    James wanted to do a somersault.

     
  6. 13:27 18th Sep 2014

    Notes: 80

    Reblogged from thebmancollective

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    barrydraws:

I’ll be debuting 9 new works for a show entitled, “Home is Where You Drown" in November. The piece above, "Invasive" is a preview of what to expect from this show. 
The show is autobiographical, growing up in a small beach town with a rare syndrome (Nager’s syndrome) that led me to have over 20 surgeries. The syndrome left me with some slight deformities including having four fingers, some cranial facial issues and being deaf. These pieces switch points of views between me as a child and myself as an adult.
"Invasive" is about myself as a toddler, visiting the doctor’s office every two weeks and having multiple doctors basically study me. I never knew what was going on. The piece is also about the multiple surgeries I had as a child, again not knowing what was going on whatsoever. The explorers are invading the space, along with the giant anonymous hands. It was a confusing time, because I never knew what to expect with these appointments. 
More info soon about the opening of “Home is Where You Drown,” and i’ll be releasing the rest of the pieces after the show. 
Follow @barrydraws on Instagram for more work in progress shots. 

    barrydraws:

    I’ll be debuting 9 new works for a show entitled, “Home is Where You Drown" in November. The piece above, "Invasive" is a preview of what to expect from this show. 

    The show is autobiographical, growing up in a small beach town with a rare syndrome (Nager’s syndrome) that led me to have over 20 surgeries. The syndrome left me with some slight deformities including having four fingers, some cranial facial issues and being deaf. These pieces switch points of views between me as a child and myself as an adult.

    "Invasive" is about myself as a toddler, visiting the doctor’s office every two weeks and having multiple doctors basically study me. I never knew what was going on. The piece is also about the multiple surgeries I had as a child, again not knowing what was going on whatsoever. The explorers are invading the space, along with the giant anonymous hands. It was a confusing time, because I never knew what to expect with these appointments. 

    More info soon about the opening of “Home is Where You Drown,” and i’ll be releasing the rest of the pieces after the show. 

    Follow @barrydraws on Instagram for more work in progress shots. 

     
  7. 01:23 8th Sep 2014

    Notes: 140703

    Reblogged from deuxdubia

    Tags: shit sara needs to remember

    things to remember

    • don’t be angry at yourself when anxiety/depression flares up. it isn’t your fault and no one blames you and if they do they’re pieces of shit.
    • don’t orbit around your perceived value so much. you’re not the sum total of what you produce.
    • don’t let yourself wonder why people love you. that’s not how it works. there are not stark, individual reasons that a person can enumerate about why they love you. it’s the entire, unique combination of what and who you are.

    (Source: wittyandcharming)

     
  8. titlefightclub:

    this will never let me down

    (Source: vinebox)

     
  9. 12:28 29th Aug 2014

    Notes: 643

    Reblogged from stephenmccranie

    stephenmccranie:

    Hey everyone! Here’s the latest installment from my new book— The Art of Impact. For more comic essays like this, check out my website!

    http://doodlealley.com/

     
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