Inktober day 28. Someone left a red felt tip pen lying around on my desk, so I decided to play around with color. (Alas, there were no green pens lying around, so I had to make Reynir’s eyes blue instead.)
these aren’t great because they had to b done in an hour n a half and I’m not used to drawing non humans but my host family paid for my art supplies and art lessons while I was in Japan.. so sweet I’m emo
I really really re ally really really LOVE your art <3 Can you give some tips? I'm trying to teach myself how to draw ;;
Omgg thank you so much! 😻💕
Here are some tips:
-Buy a sketchbook where you can draw freely in it and don’t show it to anyone 💕
-don’t give a **** of what people think.
-learn to truly love what you do
- experiment a lot
-draw anything that makes you feel happy
-try new art supplies 😻
-have tons of fun
that dateaterfwhosuggestion blog: i like banana bread and making art and science and saving dying grocery plants
yall: yes because grocery plants are more important than trans kids!!! fuck trans girls am i right??? hope you choke on that banana bread bitch!!! someone should stab you with art supplies!!! if you like science someone throw acid at you!!!! CHOKE!!! kill yourself ugly fucking d*ke!!! get your cunt mutilated!!!
Can I have some really fluffy hernst showing affection hcs please??
Here we go.jpg. I really hope you kinda liked it.
Ernst doesn’t really enjoy PDA. At most, he’ll peck Hanschen’s cheek very hesitantly. On the other hand, Hanschen literally wants to make out with Ernst whenever their mouths are free and Ernst acts like he’s trying fight it.
When they first started dating, Ernst was so far in the closet he wouldn’t make eye contact with Hanschen if they weren’t completely alone. And they rarely were alone. So most of their affection came in the form of them nervously holding hands under the table for a couple of seconds.
Listen, Hanschen would never admit it to even his closest friends, but he high-key writes Ernst love notes and leaves them in Ernst’s art supplies. Sometimes it’s poetry and it makes Ernst giggle like an idiot and hunt down Hanschen to kiss him.
Hanschen knows Ernst like the back of his hand. He can tell what Ernst wants just by the way he walks. It freaks Ernst out a little bit because after being with Hanschen for so long, he still doesn’t know him that well. But naked cuddling under three layers of blankets and talking about his day seems to always work.
Ernst absolutely adores Hanschen’s body and would like to spend hours just looking at it and letting his hands explore. He’s proud to say that he has every freckle on Hanschen’s chest memorized and spends every night laying beside the most beautiful thing on the planet.
They could have entire conversations in just kisses. They know what means ‘i cherish you and your companionship’, what means, 'i already miss you and you’re not even gone yet’ and what means 'if your pants aren’t off in the next thirty seconds I’m going to rip them off’.
Every sunday after Ernst gets back from church. He tells Hanschen all about that day’s sermon while the two curl up on the couch together. He often plays with Ernst’s wavy hair and just talks about how much he loves seeing Ernst talk about something he loves.
Ernst tends to wander around their apartment with a bare minimum of clothing, most of the time in the middle of the day in just a pair of boxers and a tee shirt. Hanschen gets a little frustrated at seeing Ernst wandering around without a care in the world. But it does make his heart jump a little and immediately makes his brain go, ‘Go and hug that boy right fucking now’.
They HAVE to say I love you before they leave. Every single time one of them leaves the house or goes to bed or literally does anything apart, they will both insist on saying a quick ‘I love you’,
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