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anonymous asked:

For the Emoji challenge can you please draw vanoss as D5 and Delirious as B2 please and thank you! Ps your art Is amazing and I was wondering if someone taught you how to draw or did you learn yourself?

Thank you!! And no I taught myself over the years of drawing. I didn’t really have any friends growing up. Sometimes I’d look up some tutorials online and read a lot of manga and graphic novels. Me and my sister share ideas tho. Thanks again! (◕‿◕✿)

  • My friend: Klance is abusive and I hate it
  • Me, a survivor of an emotionally abusive, semi-physical abusive relationship, actually concerned if it's abusive: How is it abusive??
  • My friend: It JuST Is Oh MY GaWD StOP BeInG sO MeAN
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  • Listen if you think Klance is abusive, please have an actual reason for it, like how one of my friends did (her reason being she couldn't see Keith ever apologizing too Lance because he's too stubborn and that would make it really hard for Lance to function) and not "IT JUST IS OKAY"
Serious Talk Time w/ June

Hey guys, so I want to address a problem that I’ve been seeing all over my dash for the past few weeks. 

I don’t quite know how to word this, so stick with me. 

Basically, there’s a problem in our community. People pour their hearts into writing and art and simply ask for a simple comment or a reblog, hoping that SOMEONE will care. 

Likes are great, but there’s no real sense of if someone truly cares for your work of art. 

It’s so discouraging, to work so hard on something only for it to have barely any comments and only faceless likes. 

It’s one of the reasons I’ve been unmotivated to write recently. What’s the point of writing, if no one will care right? 

And I know I’m not the only one. Multitudes of amazing artists and writers and gif-makes, people who make things for this community, feel as if no one gives a flying fuck about their work. 

And you know what? That’s pretty shitty. 

I love each and every one of you, even if you don’t make art, or make gifs, or write. You don’t have to produce anything. I love you because of the sweet comments you leave in the tags, or the simple reblog that shows me you took the time to not only appreciate what I produced, but felt it was good enough to share with others. 

So please please, share work. I’m not asking you to go out there and reblog every work of art you can, but don’t just like things. Don’t leave creators feeling in the dark. 

Much love, 

-June