Street Vendors in Hanoi from Above by Loes Heerink
Loes Heerink is a talented self-taught photographer and communication officer based in Enschede, Netherlands. For her photo series “Vendors from Above”, Loes has spent days on bridges to capture the diversity in colors and the beauty of street vendors in Hanoi.
NEW VIDEO: “Stonewall: The Story of Resistance” - today marks 48 years since the Stonewall riots, a resistance that many consider to be the start of the LGBTQ+ rights movement. i never learned our history in school, & for most queer kids, our history is still self-taught. that’s why i made today’s video.
to commemorate today’s anniversary, i’d love if you reblogged & spread the story of what happened 48 years ago & how it sparked a revolution.
I just sorta summarized it into pictures so you don’t have to go back and forth but i didn’t put the in depth meaning behind it so i still recommend checking the site out!!:
I’m only a self taught artist, no school or professional background so a huge disclaimer
I’m pretty sure most people knows the basics like neutral, primary, secondary and tertiary as well as subtractive primary colors (CMK) so I’ll skip through that along with the cold and warm colors:
Volume and Saturation plays a big role on making palettes. It plays the part of the appeal and what colors to choose, palettes that are too saturated or high on contrast are quite painful to look at (some artist make it work by balancing it out so they still maintain the bright colors) and unsaturated, low on contrast palettes are dull to look at and not very a appealing.
Tints, Shades, and Tones are sub terms you can use, this chart is to help you differentiate them
Now the fun part!!
Color harmonies are basically techniques for choosing colors. Since SAI’s color wheel is kinda a disaster I recommend just looking up a color wheel on google or you can use this one here.
Another Tom Payne’s drawing by me. I inspired by photo from Attitude Magazine. Hope U like it!
Soooooo. First thing first. I’m completely new in Tumblr, and I just started my journey with Walking Dead fanarts and fanfictions (but I alredy luvvvvvvv a lot of DESUS fanfictions, thanks to @canoncannon and the others of You!). I’m a self-taught artist. I’m drawing portraits but not only. I want here, in Tumblr publish my work not only Walking Dead fandom, but maybe the others too.
ENGLISH MUSIC FROM KPOP IDOLS IS A PRIVILEGE NOT A REQUIREMENT POINT. BLANK. PERIOD. I was scrolling through my dashboard and someone said something about the WDTA pt2 and how “Finally making international fans feel appreciated and apart of something.” I understand where you’re coming from completely they’re grateful for the music they’re not being greedy. It was the comments that were pissing me off “(inserts kpop group) doesn’t appreciate internationals because they never come out with english music…………
First of all BTS has CONFIRMED they will not be making a American debut so anybody getting hype can settle down right now. Second, my thing is SOOOOOO MANY American artists have fans all over the world and make #1s in their countries but YET THEY DONT MAKE MUSIC IN THEIR LANGUAGES. Stop acting like you’re the only fans who have to go through language barriers not only that y’all ignore the fact that it could be non-english speakers listening to kpop yet they don’t get music in their languages either. As an American I feel for Europe at first I was like “Stop all the fucking complaining” but looking at it now you can clearly see where the line is divided between fans who speak english and then non-english fans. I’m forever seeing English speaking fans complain about not being appreciated or feeling unwanted about not getting english music but when they do get covers, full blown interviews WHAT ABOUT EVERYONE ELSE!!!! Y’all stay silent about non-english speakers but act like the world is about to end if your ‘oppa’ doesnt fucking talk in english.
Let me give you some examples….
Kim Namjoon self taught himself English and is able to interact with english fans.
Ariana Grande learned some Japanese for her Japanese fans so she could interact with them.
Plenty of native speakers in english
Here’s my favorite example my friend is from Germany she likes the singer Madison beer so she learned an entire language by watching Pretty little liars and not only was she able to understand Madison she got to personally skype her. (bustinghateonmb) on instagram
Why tf cant yall do that??????
“Korean is too hard”
“It’s easier to learn english”
Why do people expect idols to learn entire languages for them if they cant even attempt to do the same. Not only that why would KPOP IDOLS whose intentions were to sing and rap in KOREAN adapt to your standards just because you decided to listen to kpop when nobody forced you to.
Here’s my favorite part
“(Insert ‘american’ artist/rapper) is trash1!!1!1 they don’t ever sing/rap about anything meaningful.”
“I only listen to Kpop now”
“Dont compare my 'oppas’ to American trash”
First off about 70% of you don’t understand those meaningful lyrics until someone translates it. (For the dumbasses that forgot 'hip-hop’ in kpop got a lot of inspiration from Western rappers )
Second why do you want your favs to get Western attention even though you claim to hate Western music????
Because it benefits you…..
I don’t listen non Kpop music as much as I used to but if one of my old favs drops an album Im going to listen. I just don’t understand why you want kpop to be recognized in America if you had the music industry so damn much.
“Because it’ll help their careers!!”
So are you saying they couldn’t be successful without it?
Are you implying that everyone needs to Americanize things to stay relevant???
I just don’t understand, at this point its not about making their careers 'big’ because maybe America isn’t the most important thing in the world to them but it is to you because it’ll benefit you seeing them speak and sing in English.