i’m definitely not a perfect person; i fuck up very regularly.
- fuckboy: oh yea i want a thick girl
- fuckboy: ew but not that thick wtf u fat bitch
- fuckboy: oh and she gotta be smart
- fuckboy: but not hella smart because i can't handle a girl being smarter than me
- fuckboy: she gotta have a FAT ass too!!!
- fuckboy: ugh disgusting!! wtf are those on your ass?? STRETCH MARKS?!! lol work out you fat pig
our biology teacher brought a skeleton to class yesterday and now everyone’s treating it as if it’s a part if our class i’m going to
one time i took a picture of a tiger at the zoo and the tiger smiled for the picture it was very great and the best picture i’ve ever taken
if you dont think the first time byakuya revealed his bankai was the most majestic shit ever then u r lyin
REMEMBER WHEN GMH WAS A THING
FUCK EVERYTHING I MISSED BOTH MY 69,666TH POST AND MY 70K POST I HATE EVERTTHNG
A pattern full of dinosaurs!
STILL WONDERING WHY SEX YEAH IS ONLY A BONUS TRACK
- me: honestly...tbh...to be honest...
Read it again: EVERY. SINGLE. REPUBLICAN. Yes, that includes women.
from now on if a white musician tries 2 make hip hop/rap music while appropriating black culture do not call it hip hop. call it hippity hop
Tuesday Tips - Life Drawing Exercise: All Straight Lines
Without proper instructions or guidelines, life drawing sessions can easily become boring and repetitive, with little to no progress in understanding the process. Once in a while, I try to apply some techniques learned along the way. This is one of them. The last time I applied the technique was through instructor Paul Wee at LAAFA. A great life drawing teacher from the world of animation.
It is as simple as it sounds. Only allow yourself to draw with straight lines. I know, I know, i dedicated an entire post to “No Straight Lines”. I mean “kinda straight” here. It’ll help you tremendously in finding angles and planes throughout the body. Curves and shading can easily muddle a drawing and make it too tentative. Lines and angles have a strong opinion about them. They are very definitive. Your confidence will only grow once you go back to “full” life drawing.