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Dear white people,

Here’s a little tip. When you ask someone who looks ethnically different, “What are you?” the answer is usually, “A person about to slap the shit out of you.”

Voltron As Things My Squad Has Said Part 1
  • Keith: can I just- ya know, *raises scissors threateningly towards Lance*
  • Hunk: Keith, no. We talked about this.
  • Keith: Talked? You literally ran across the hall and slid on your knees to get in between me and him about to fight and screamed "Not in my house ya don't!" while Pidge recorded the entire thing!
  • Hunk: it worked though.
  • Keith: true.

libragirls  asked:

naomi this might be kind of random but could i ask you for some art advice? i used to love drawing and was considered to be really good at it, but at some point i got frustrated w what i made and just scrapped it all and never bothered with it again. but now like 5 years later i really want to get into drawing again, but i don't know where to start. do you know what i should do?

Sure!! Sorry I haven’t responded to this my inbox piles up pretty quickly surprisingly jflasd

The only thing I can say is that getting frustrated with your art is a normal and an almost every day (if not every other day) process for most artists. I think its just something all artists go through, most artist that I know closely hate their current pieces even just a little bit- and when they like the picture right off the bat eventually they’ll spot that little (or big) part of the work that they just want to go back and fix. The easiest thing to work through this issue is just practicing that part (or parts) of your work that you struggle with- draw it a hundred, a thousand times if you need to. And when you think its still not good enough, look at your original picture you hated and I can guarantee you’ll see improvement even if its not readily apparent. 

For me when I took an art break after college I studied anatomy extensively, and i still do. I filled a sketchbook with sketches of hands, profiles, and legs/torso feet. I’m not sure if you draw people but whatever you subject matter is break it down to its vital components and shapes, practice them, and then build from there.  I’m still not satisfied with the way I draw hands but I know im getting there, and

drawing is a never ending learning experience, I firmly you believe you can only get better.

My roommate that’s a scad grad told me the best advice I’ve tried to stick too ever since I met her

 “ It’s not perfect. It’ll never be. Just finish it.”

Even if you absolutely hate it finish it because at then end of the day you’re sitting with a finished piece. You’d never finish the hand if you cant get past the thumb. 

Have some links too to help you!! 

I hope you don’t mind If i publish this as well, I get asked this question in many forms a lot so it’s nice to answer it every now and again. And I hope that helps!

So Isak is non-binary and today they are wearing a cute floral dress and Even can’t stop smiling at them from across the table at breakfast. Even leaves the house and comes back with a bunch of daisies which Isak looks at, confused for a second before Even goes up to them and starts to weave the daisies into their hair.

Isak’s eye roll could not be more obvious, but neither could their smile.