could this be considered art

@rontra B^)

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Don’t worry my fella.
…You are not the only filthy Homestuck here.

(Please don’t send me asks about the ships that you didn’t find in the chart, if the ship is not in there, that means I am not interested on that)
(Also please don’t ask me about where the Swapfell bros are, reason same to the above statement)

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(May 2016)

a cluster of thoughts

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super fast and messy redraw. hello darkness my old friend

sweet-fiber-flips  asked:

Bro, my dude, have you ever drawn Friedkin? I'm regrettably in love with his stupidly handsome face, and him in your style would probably give me a heart attack of the best kind ;-; (no obligation at all, just know that if i could, I would marry your art style ;;;;-;)

This took me way too long, considering it’s not that much, but drawing characters for the first time is always hard. And i only drew him for you, I still hate his guts and want to set him on fire! 

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@claroquequiza screw u

there’s this fic that y’all should read cuz its beautiful and fantastic and far better than anything i could ever draw but it raises the question: is it still considered a fan art if the art in question was inspired by something you inspired yourself? Fan-work-ception.

and here’s a sombra

If we’re being particular, magical symbolism is highly individualized for each practitioner. Understanding the personal link between an object and the concept(s) that object represents is an introspective process that takes time. Being able to leverage that symbolic meaning to effect powerful changes is an even more complex process and could perhaps be considered an art in its own right - the art of understanding your connections to reality as you perceive it, and then consciously using those connections to make changes to the perceived reality.
Despite this subjective, personal relationship with meaning, there are some widely agreed upon symbols that have taken root in the magic community and are a useful tool as you work towards establishing a better understanding of magic for yourself. Symbolic meaning is shaped by physical reality, culture, personal ideology, and other such forces, so it’s not terribly surprising that some common things (colors, elements, glyphs, natural objects) have taken on a relatively cohesive symbolic meaning that has clear links with more well-documented phenomena and mythologies. Color associations, for example, are heavily structured off of color psychology. Color associations have heavily influenced the Westernized interpretation of the chakra system as well as many uses for crystals. Some associations are more obscure, often taking root as folk traditions or healing methods.
Certainly, many of these associations have persisted due to their effectiveness for practitioners at large. However, it’s crucial to recognize these well-known associations for what they are - generalizations across many cultures, some of which were adopted or appropriated irresponsibly. I don’t say this to necessarily discredit popularized associations, but rather to remind you that these associations should be seen as merely a starting point and that much of this information has been passed through Western lenses of interpretation. With that caveat, I present some common associations for colors, elements, herbs, and crystals/minerals.

Colors

  • Black - protection, control, absorption of ambient energy
  • Blue - soothing, relaxation, clarification
  • Brown - grounding, stability, abundance, connection with nature & the home
  • Green - physical concerns like money, school, careers, and general success
  • Purple - power, especially mental or psychic in nature
  • Red - power, especially of a physical nature
  • White - new beginnings, stimulation of creativity
  • Yellow - joy, passion, romance

Elements

  • Earth - grounding and stabilizing. provides strength, security, and energy. can be slow/unwilling to adapt to change.
  • Air - causes things to spread, facilitates transmission of intentions and information. can be difficult to pin down, overly honest.
  • Water - governs emotion, intuition, soothes and heals. can be reactionary or particularly susceptible to illusion.
  • Fire - transformation, vitality, independence, power. can be difficult to control, unpredictable and has potential to cause injury.

Herbs

  • Lavender - cleansing, protection, purification, soothing
  • Basil - luck, money, protection
  • Thyme - strength, courage, protection
  • Bay - wishes, purification, strength
  • Sage - protection, purification, grounding
  • Cinnamon - success, confidence, healing, protection
  • Mugwort - astral travel, psychic ability
  • Peppermint - prosperity, protection, consecrating, sleep
  • Rosemary - memory, purification, protection (especially from nightmares)
  • Rose - love, pleasure, beauty
  • Chamomile - success, purification, soothing

Crystals

  • Quartz (and variants) - (clear) amplifies and can be used to support other energies; (amethyst) psychic healing, soothing; (citrine) creativity and success; (rose quartz) love, nurturing, healing
  • Fluorite - clear focus, easier to communicate information
  • Black Tourmaline - grounding, protection, absorption of negativity
  • Labradorite - boosts magical work
  • Lapis Lazuli - calms, makes communication easier
  • Carnelian - stimulates activity and creativity, living in the moment
  • Pyrite - assists in manifestation and accomplishing tasks