10 reblogs

You know, this is why content creators end up abandoning their works, right?

80 likes compared to 10 reblogs means that only 12% of people decided that what you did is worth showing other people.

If you like the thing, reblog it. You don’t even have to add tags, just spread it so that a) other people can see it, and b) the creator gets recognition for what they did.

Obviously, those numbers are never going to match, but the divide should not be that huge.

It’s even more important right now, because tumblr is garbage and they’ve stopped allowing anything with an outside link from appearing in tags. Writers/artists cannot tag things to their twitter/store/writing website. That can cause a significant drop in views, especially for newer creators.

Like… we aren’t asking for much. A few reblogs. Reviews/comments. No creator should have to beg for that much.

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I took procrastination to a new level yesterday by drawing ALL the outfits Asami Sato wore in The Legend of Korra. As I drew them, I started to really appreciate them from a character design point of view - I already liked them, but when you put them together like that, you can really notice how the shapes and colours of the different designs compliment each other. 
The GIF shows all of the outfits in chronological order of appearance.

EDIT: Fixed the gif, please reblog this version!

studyblr asks (feel free to add to the list)

  1. What year are you?
  2. What’s your major/what do you think you want to major in?
  3. If applicable, what is your thesis about?
  4. Do you think you picked the right major?
  5. Ultimate educational goals?
  6. Career goals?
  7. Do you think your goals are realistic?
  8. What classes are you taking right now?
  9. Favorite class out of everything you’ve ever taken and why?
  10. Least favorite class ever and why?
  11. Current favorite class and why?
  12. Current least favorite class and why?
  13. Favorite STEM field?
  14. Favorite humanities subject?
  15. Class that you’ve always wanted to take but never had the chance?
  16. Do you use caffeine and if so how much daily?
  17. What’s your preferred method of taking in caffeine?
  18. Have you ever tried study drugs?
  19. Are you a homework-in-the-morning kind of person?
  20. Do you listen to music while you study?
  21. Crowded area or quiet place?
  22. What’s your preferred writing implement?
  23. Do you need to work out before you can study well?
  24. Describe your perfect study environment.
  25. Are you procrastinating right now?
  26. What was the last thing you procrastinated?
  27. Are you a perfectionist?
  28. Do you like easy classes or do you feel bad if you’re not working hard?
  29. Are you a good test taker?
  30. What are you the proudest of out of all the assignments you’ve ever had?
  31. Do you talk to your teachers/professors a lot?
  32. Describe your favorite teacher/professor and why you like them.
  33. Describe your least favorite teacher/professor and why you dislike them.
  34. Have you ever thought about becoming a teacher/professor?
  35. Most profound thing ever said to you by a teacher/professor?
  36. Best feedback you’ve ever gotten on something academic?
  37. Worst study habit and how are you working on it?
  38. Are you an in-class fidgeter?
  39. How’s your handwriting?
  40. Write “the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” and post a photo.
  41. Neat or messy notes?
  42. A lot of notes or the bare minimum?
  43. Post a photo/scan of your notes from your favorite class.
  44. Are you a doodler?
  45. Post a photo of your doodles if you have any.
  46. Do you have pre-test rituals and what are they?
  47. Are you a tangent-question asker?
  48. Do you make jokes in class?
  49. How many hours do you spend on academics per day?
  50. What’s something more important to you than school?

So there once was this wasp that lived in a jungle. This was not your ordinary wasp though-he was smart, philosophical even. One day he finally got fed up with his repetitive, insignificant life and decided that he would leave his hive, his family, his entire close-knit wasp community and he would go out into the world and make something of himself, just like the humans do. So the wasp enrolls in school, and passes with flying colors. Remember, this is a very smart wasp. He gets his high school diploma in a little under 3 years, with a 4.0 GPA and all that snazz. After high school, believe it or not, the wasp gets accepted to Harvard. Harvard! This too proves to be no challenge for our hero, as he graduates in just two years, again a 4.0, on the Dean’s list, and all that snazz. Not to mention all the clubs and sports he was in-the newspaper, rowing, student government-and the fact that he was by far the most popular student on campus. Even his professors looked up to him.

He goes on to get two PhDs, and when he finishes his education, the wasp faces a bit of a dilemma. How does he apply his knowledge now? Where does he go from here? He decides to try out politics. After all, he was popular throughout school, did well in Harvard government. So he runs for mayor, and wins in a landslide. He greatly reforms the city, fixing virtually all its major problems. He runs for governor and again wins in a landslide. Two years later, the presidential election was coming up, and the wasp decides he might as well go for it.

Of course, he wins in the largest landslide in US presidential history. His presidency goes exceedingly well-he is loved by all parties, and has the highest approval ratings in history. He also finds the cures for cancer, AIDS, and broken hearts while in the White House. After 8 years (yes, of course he was reelected) the time has come for him to leave his office. Even his successor his saddened by the wasp’s departure, but they all know it’s what must be done. Back at his vacation home in California his first day after leaving office, the wasp looks back on his long and fruitful life. He realizes that he hasn’t been back to his hive at all since that first day he left. He suddenly feels a twang of guilt as he realizes how much he misses his parents and his little brother. So he heads back to the hive, looking more worn out than he remembers. He goes inside and greets his family, who are overjoyed at the sight of him. He talks about how his life has gone as his family listens in wonderment. Eventually he decides he is thirsty, so he decides to visit the old watering hole he remembered. Once he gets there though, there’s an extremely long line. He decides it’s worth the wait, so gets in line. One hour. Two hours. This is the slowest moving line he’s ever seen! Eventually he calculates that it could be a few days before he gets to the front of the line, so decides it’s not worth it. He decides to go get some cider to drink instead, but waddya know, another huge line of people waiting for cider! He remembers one other drinking area that never had a long line-fruit punch! So he decides to go get punch. He arrives, and lo and behold, there’s no punch line.

everyone who reblogs this will get a custom phone background! because i’m trying to get this blog up and running. if you reblog, just describe what kind of background you want in the tags! if you don’t want anything specific, i’ll also do one inspired by your blog!