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unclefather:

i got in trouble for watching this video on the tv in the living room

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autistichatchworth:

Ah you’re watching sailor moon? I love that anime. The way they just [clenches fist] sail all those fricking moons

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markiplier:

markipooper:

Mark’s looking like Maes Hughes more and more each day

The resemblance is uncanny

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"We’re all trapped in a maze of relationships. Life goes on with or without you. I swim in the sea of the unconscious. I search for you heart, I see my true self."  

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floozys:

"hairless cats are disgusting!"

"hairy women are disgusting!" 

image

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paris666hilton:

THIS IS ART

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beefmilk2:

wish i was kissing you instead of thinking about you

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Any tips on drawing mouths?
Anonymous

jazzumon:

gingeredpolarbears:

i-see-light:

Oh gosh I will try

I do basic closed mouths like

altered pretty easily for parted lips

annnnnd teeth…

You can put as much or as little definition into your teeth as you like, but I go about halfway

And remember that it’s dark inside mouths, and that there’s a tongue in there. I’m terrible at tips, I’m sorry! Polararts has a much better tutorial haha.

Naw, teeth are helpful~ I forgot to mention how to do those. xD

lmao no matter what you do dont ask me to explain this hehe

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biggoronssword:

Snap Out of It | Arctic Monkeys | AM (Deluxe LP Edition)

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peabodysfedora:

theycallmethemoose:

bonkalore:


# me trying to write romance
# me trying to write adventures
# me trying to write
# anything


yes

A professor of mine gave me some really good advice to avoid cliches in writing.
FOR DIALOGUE: Dialogue should sound like someone would actually say that. Read it out loud. If it sounds hollow and wooden in your voice, it does on the page, too. Use words and sentence structures people normally say, not thesaurus-ridden elaborate sentences.
FOR SCENES: Create diverse scenes by taking one element and changing it radically. Two mob bosses meeting in a high-class restaurant is cliche and predictable. Make them meet in a Chuck-E-Cheese, or make one of them work for the Girls Scouts. Change one element to be completely unexpected, and see where that takes you.

peabodysfedora:

theycallmethemoose:

bonkalore:

yes

A professor of mine gave me some really good advice to avoid cliches in writing.

FOR DIALOGUE: Dialogue should sound like someone would actually say that. Read it out loud. If it sounds hollow and wooden in your voice, it does on the page, too. Use words and sentence structures people normally say, not thesaurus-ridden elaborate sentences.

FOR SCENES: Create diverse scenes by taking one element and changing it radically. Two mob bosses meeting in a high-class restaurant is cliche and predictable. Make them meet in a Chuck-E-Cheese, or make one of them work for the Girls Scouts. Change one element to be completely unexpected, and see where that takes you.

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