I quite like this.

anonymous asked:


War – Michael, obviously, with the great sword. All rage and righteousness, vicious bloodshed and needless chaos.

Pestilence – Gavin. The most ambiguously translated horseman, who’s been good and bad and desperately rotten, who wears a crown, uses a bow, and ruins from the inside out.  

Famine – Jeremy. Devastating need and calculated misery, slow and unseen and terrifyingly unavoidable.

Death – Ray. Cold and quiet and always waiting. Not quite corporeal, the closest to Hades, to the Reaper, unarmed yet still inherently lethal.

Please unfollow if you think it’s okay to:

-make fun of other people

-add to the LGBT stigma, including homophobia/lesbophobia/biphobia and transphobia

-tell people to kill themselves

-appropriate other cultures 

-use mental illness as a joke

-post hate on other pages 

-treat people unequally because of their preferred gender

-not use the preferred pronouns of a person, including behind their back

-tell someone that their problems aren’t valid

-harass someone 

-invalidate other experiences


i only started freelancing recently, and i’m still having difficulty finding my way through things esp. concerning billing, pricing, etc.

last night i was having a chat with my older brother (who has been doing freelance for years) and i told him how much i was getting for this current project i’m working on. (he’s the only one i’ve told)

he smiled, gave me a pat on the shoulder, and said “mabubuhay ka na.” (you’re gonna survive.)


This is probably going to get quoted in every publication just because I said it. And I’m not even saying anything. I’m not talking about my films, I’m not talking about my life, and I’m not talking about the world. And yet, the media will print it simply because I said it. And at this moment in time, I bet there is an artist around the corner of this hotel, on the street, with a mind far beyond ours, but we will never listen to him simply because he has not appeared in a movie. And that is what is fucked up about our culture.

it is the year 2016 can we PLEASE stop acting like cigarettes are sexy and fun they’re so gross and they kill people and how is that not like romanticizing an addiction??

so this old thing is making the rounds again and i saw these tags

AND BOY ARE YOU IN LUCK @youre-not-really-here because someone recently commissioned me to draw exactly that