The day this week has been leading up to is finally here - Release day (#HomeDay)! We’re all so so so proud of all the work that everyone’s done over last days, it’s been absolutely incredibly and we are so thankful for everyone!
Now it’s time to go really hard, though!
Every time you see this post, Shazam Home for the durance of one play of the song. It’s super easy and very effective (download the app, play the song and Shazam how many times you manage to fit it in).
Tweet with the hashtag #HomeDay! (Add #ProjectHome if you please). Add #HomeDay to everything though! Your requests, normal tweets, fan art, moments.. anything!
But Home on iTunes/gift Home!
Stream Home on Spotify! DO NOT MUTE! If you don’t want to listen anymore pluck in your headphones!
Politely request Home on radio stations, vote for Home in polls! Do not spam and always use #ProjectHome.
Reblog the art on your dash, info posts on your dash, radio posts, everything! Spread the word! The same on Twitter!!
Support the Thunderclap and share links! (it’s in bio on Twitter - projecthome2016)
Follow us on social media and spread the word from there - Tumblr @projecthome2016, Twitter - projecthome2016, Instagram - projecthome2k16!
Show gratitude, thank radio stations, media.. anyone who shows support in some way!
Most importantly DO NOT COUNT ON OTHERS DOING IT! We are all in this together. Show support each other, show support to the boys! Let’s do this for us and for them!
This is for one direction!
(don’t hesitate to tag me or anyone of the team in your posts!!)
Francis: There is certainly no need for me to do that. You see, in the past, Arthur had failed to find a model for his new dress so.. he became the model himself. And yes, he was really pretty ;) He even put on a wig and fake breasts ;))))
Ivory Baronet and Ebony Debutante for the last Monthly Collectibles of the year! I also reused the female half of this image as my original-designed holiday card this year~
This piece was an intense test of speed and I’m just so glad I managed to pull it off in time. Whew!! I learned a lot about my own painting process and hopefully I can incorporate what I learned into future pieces!
P.S. I am an intense sucker for snowy compositions.