“heard you died”
“those rumors are greatly exaggerated” (x)
Hi there! I recently saw a post about normalizing skin imperfections. To start, I completely agree. But I have a few questions about the issue to begin with. Do you think that skin imperfections define a person? And do you realized how advanced an artist needs to be in order to make imperfections work on a character? I'm only really curious about why you felt the need to be so passionate about things that some people hate about themselves.