i’d chime in with a haven’t you people ever heard of
CLOSING THE GODDAMN DOOR
I’ve been using random word generators to get ideas for images, it’s been going well so far! So here’s the queue I have to finish. The first image’s words were “stool” & “gutter”, the second’s were “fish” & “boots” and the third’s were “sugar” & “profit”.
I already have two more ideas: “apetite” & “gossip” and “licence” & “user interface” (seriously where would I get USER INTERFACE as a keyword hahaha), and it’s going to be hard and amazing!
So if you’re curious about how I draw my stuff here’s a cool thing to look at: I usually set the image’s color and mood before everything else!
I am totally for the “demon boyfriend” thing going around
But has anyone stopped to consider
Small Towns By Ollie Renee Schminkey & Wyatt Kat Fleckenstein
Was listening to my youtube favourites tonight and rediscovered this little treasure. This poem gives me life and supports me so much. I’ve grown up in a small town since I was born, in a well known bible belt with at least five different churches. Most of my classmates don’t know what a transgender is, and can’t or refuse to understand why someone would “choose” to be gay. The levels of frustration I feel in this environment are often over the roof, yet people can’t understand why all I want to do when I graduate is move far, far away from this town. I’ve thought time and time again about posting this to my facebook, to each out to others that might and probably feel the same way, but the possible repercussions from others has always made me hesitate. Another thing I’ll share after I graduate probably, but for now this poem gives me so much comfort and these two are such an inspiration to me.
if i show you a picture on my phone, do not SWIPE. ain’t nobody tell you to take a motherfucking tour.
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trying to draw something really embarrassing like