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"I always want to do music that inspires or influences another generation. You want what you create to live, be it sculpture or painting or music. Like Michelangelo, he said, ´I know the creator will go, but his work survives. That is why to escape death, I attempt to bind my soul to my work.’ And that’s how I feel. I give my all to my work. I want it to just live."



2016.08.29 Happy birthday Applehead!!!! We love you so much.
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Sorry for posting so much about this painting but I’m very stressed about it since I’m on a time crunch to finish it, but I got a lot done tonight and I feel pretty happy with where it’s heading now!

Hopefully I’ll be able to finish it tomorrow so I can get started on sewing my Garak cosplay (which I need to finish before Friday 😰😭)

Context: Adrien sneaks out from work everyday just to see Marinette because he just can’t stop thinking about her  ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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i missed drawing me kids so much here’s a gift to my og followers (aka the miraculers) ty for sticking with me for this long!!

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Stunning contemporary lyrical choreography


“The Ra” by The Acid | Choreography by Mitchel Federan

ft. dancers: Hailee Payne, Kelsey Landers, Beth Ann Robinson, Taylor Banks, Elisa Alaio, Emily Shreffler, Malece Miller, Sydney Lewis, Miranda Wilking | Link to the full video!

The view that design professionals are all disgusting incompetent monsters is so nasty and disrespectful and I can’t wait until it dies down.

The cause for sexualized designs in the video game industry is not individual artists. It’s not and never has been and you’re a fool if you’ve been railing against individual names thinking it does any good. The causes are myriad and they come down to editorial, they come down to direction, they come down to the parent company who owns the game company who doesn’t know shit about video games but says “more titty” because titty always gets money and video games have become exponentially more expensive to make.

You can be the most moral, most educated, most social justice oriented character designer and odds are pretty fucking good that you are going to be making titty art at one point or another. Because art is your job, and if you don’t do your job you get fired. You can’t stop these sexist designs from happening, not as the character designer–if you don’t draw what the director wants, you get fired and they hire someone who will. The titty will happen whether or not you choose to dirty your hands with it.