blkwonderwoman asked:

Your linework always looks intentional, every line you make matters and it makes everything flow and fit the mood of the piece. Also, the way you render faces, and facial expressions, seems very natural. You don't prioritize beauty over making the face work for the character. So i never really see the famous "slightly parted lips" look from you, which is something I'm grateful for haha. All in all you make your art seem effortless, and I love it. <3

jfgh i love drawing lines a lot, lines mean so much to me!! i swoon when i see nice lines in someone else’s drawing lmao idk why. they just lend a lot of character to a drawing, clean or messy. tho imo mine havent been very good lately and i havent figured out why yet. hmm

YOU KNOW ive tried drawing that face before and i think i just dont understand how to make a face look good w/o some kind of emotion? i can draw an idle face but theyre always v boring to me. i need sth to work with or idk what to do lmao

Hi there! My name is Juli and I’m a 16 year old bisexual person (they/them pronouns!) from Florida, USA. (Also i’m sorry that I look so weird in this picture, it’s the only one I have with my hair the way it is now ) I live in the suburbs and I’m dreadfully bored 24/7. I’ll go ahead and put my info here, but I suggest you read a bit about me first: 

Email: juliandkaity @ gmail.com
Instagram: @jumanjuli01
Tumblr: the-beatlez.tumblr.com/

I’m a lover of theatre, makeup, and music! I’m currently in a production in which I am the head makeup-er and I get to touch a lot of famous faces (that sounds creepy when I write it out oops)

I ended up in this mess of a career because my dad is a semi-famous musician, part of the reason why I adore music so so much! I listen mostly to older music, usually classic rock and such, but I like tons of bands. Tooooons.

As far as my other interests go: I love film so so very much, I could watch every movie ever made and still not be satisfied. I love eating. I love travelling too, which is probably for the best because I sure do it a lot. We should get more into this while we’re talking though, right? I don’t want to spoil too much.

I’m looking for any kind of penpal really. E-mail, snail mail, skype buddies, or art pals is fine with me! I’d love a penpal who’d want to meet if our paths could ever cross too! You could really be from anywhere and be any gender, its fine with me, but I’d prefer it if you were 15-20 years old and if you spoke English or if you signed (American Sign Language). Have a lovely day!


Dunno if I posted this before, but HIDE singing Ziggy Stardust makes my day 1,000 times better.

Sugizo (G) and Shinya (Dr.) from Luna Sea are playing too.  The bassist is Harry or Sexy Rose Harry.  I think the most famous band he was part of was F.F., but fun fact, he knew Toshi and Yoshiki since high school and before hide brought in Heath, it was rumored Harry was going to be the new bassist for X since he was a support bassist for X before.

Title: Not Like the Movies
Chapters: 24
Summary: When new Hollywood golden boy Kurt Hummel receives some disturbing letters, his manager hires bodyguard Blaine Anderson to be with him 24 hours a day. In an attempt to hide Blaine’s true identity from the press they decide he needs to go undercover…as Kurt’s boyfriend. Famous!Kurt Nevermet!AU


Famous Youtubers' Zodiac Signs Part 2

1)Matthew Espinosa (ItsMattEspinosa)
2)Shane Dawson (shane)
3)Andrea Russet (Andrea Russet)

1)Amanda Steele (MakeupbyMandy24)
2)Vikram Barn (Vikkstar123)
3)Eva Gutowski (MyLifeAsEva)

1)Cameron Dallas (Cameron Dallas)
2)Alfie Deyes (PointlessBlog)
3)Jenna Mourey (JennaMarbles)

1)Lilly Singh (iisuperwomanii)
2)Jesse Wellens (PrankvsPrank)
3)Grace Helbig (Grace Helbig)

1)Felix Kjellberg (Pewdiepie)
2)Colleen Ballinger (Miranda Sings, PsychoSoprano)
3)Bethany Mota (Bethany Mota)

1)Ian Hecox (Smosh, Smosh Games, Smosh 2nd Channel)
2)Marcus Butler (Marcus Butler)
3)Lia Marie Johnson (LiaMarieJohnson)

Hope Yall Enjoyed That :)

I just discover the website for the furusiyya nations cup (feinationscup.org), and the design is so pretty, I’m in love with it, I wish I knew how to create stuff like that

Can You Shut up and Just Tell Me What to Do? (Part II)



To Do/See:

  • Alexanderplatz - quite touristy, but pretty impressive TV tower (turned into an over-priced restaurant)
  • Berliner Dom - In my opinion, worth going to the top for the amazing views of the city.
  • Museum Island - Literally an island filled with museums, so pick the ones you want to see. I went to the Pergamon and Neues, which are the “most famous ones” but I hear all of them are quite impressive. I suggest getting a museum pass if you’re planning to visit more than 2. 
  • East Side Gallery - the famous part of the Berlin Wall that artists’ painted on.
  • Brandenburg Gate - More impressive at night (and less tourists)
  • Checkpoint Charlie - Super touristy now, but very historical place
  • Charlottenburg Palace - One of my favorite European palaces, definitely worth the visit if you have time to venture more to the “outskirts”
  • Bundestag - Germany’s literal-transparent parliament. Book in advance to take a tour.
  • Mauerpark - Come here on Sundays for possibly the best flea market in all of Europe - huge selection and if the weather is nice, everyone is just chilling in this park.
  • Tempelhofer Park - HUGE park that used to be an airport - check out the “garden” (you’ll see it).
  • Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe - Interesting memorial - there’s also a museum below the memorial.
  • Topography of Terror - Well done, free museum that goes really in-depth about the SS and Gestapo. The museum is actually where the HQ used to be.
  • DDR museum - Fun, interactive museum that has a lot of artifacts from East German. Can be packed with students during the week day.
  • Honestly take a free walking tour because there’s so much to see in Berlin and that’s one of the best ways to cover it.

To Eat:

  • Le Bon - Amazing brunch in the cutest neighborhood of Berlin. 
  • Rundstück, warm - An amazing, local burger place in Neukölln. I’d say it’s pretty life changing. 
  • Burgermeister - The more famous burger place in Berlin 
  • Currywurst36 - Pretty famous place if you wanna try currywurst (which I suggest!)

To Drink:

  • Watergate - The club I went to which is amazing - right on the waterfront, with all glass walls. 
  • Tresor - Another very cool club.
  • Salon Zur Wilde -  Alice in wonderland-esque themed club. 
  • Berghain - The hardest club to get into in the world. Good luck if you try.
  • http://berlinclubs.com/ - use this.


So since I was all over the place in Switzerland I don’t really have a great comprehensive, list of what to do… so it’s more generic.

To Do/ See:

  • Go to Interlaken - Though it’s touristy, it’s one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. 
    • Do some sport-related/ crazy thing, such as hang gliding or sky diving - why not?
    • Hike up Harder Kulm (or take the tram up if you’re lazy) - the views are stunning. If you want to be even more adventurous, go before it’s season and there will be 0 people at the look-out (but you’ll need to hike it and believe me, it’s a bitch)
    • Walk to the lakes - maybe take a boat ride. 
    • Walk around the town? - I guess it’s cute
  • Go up to Jungfrau if you have the chance. Insane. It’s not even humanly possible to go up that high in a train. 
  • Geneva
    • Walk around the lake
    • Check out the UN Headquarters
    • Red Cross Museum - pretty well done museum.  
  • Go skiing in the alps - except I didn’t because I don’t know how to.
  • Bern
    • See the bear in the bear pit
    • Check out all the fountains in the streets (and you can drink from them)
    • Zentrum Paul Klee - Museum featuring Paul Klee

To Eat:

  • Well, everything was too expensive in Switzerland so I just went to coop to eat all my food. 
  • I did a fondue place in Grindelwald and I suggest you do one - quite famous.
  • Get a chicken schnitzel sandwich.
  • Einstein Coffee in Bern - perfect croissant.  

To Drink:

  • Honestly, didn’t go out anywhere, but bars are plentiful probably in Geneva, Zurich, and Bern. 
Famous Youtubers' Zodiac Signs Part 1

I will also put where you can find them on YouTube.

1)Nash Grier (Nash Grier)
2)MattyB (MattyBRaps)
3)Brent Rivera (MrBrent98)

1)Phil Lester (AmazingPhil)
2)Taylor Caniff (Taylor Caniff)
3)Sean McLoughlin (jacksepticeye)

1)Shay Carl (ShayCarl, SHAYTARDS)
2)Jeana Smith (PrankvsPrank)
3)Rachel Levin (Rclbeauty101)

1)Zoe Sugg (Zoella)
2)Tyler Oakley (Tyler Oakley)
3)Christian Collins (WeeklyChris)

1)Joey Graceffa (Joey Graceffa)
2)Caspar Lee (Caspar)
3)Meg DeAngelis (MayBaby)

1)Hayes Grier (Hayes Grier)
2)Carter Reynolds (Carter Reynolds)
3)Troye Sivan (Troye Sivan)