take a picture of the sim that’s normally associated with your blog (your legacy founder/lead character in your story etc.), now take away all their cc (except their hair, eyebrows, and skin color), then do a before and after picture
This is Lorelei without her cc, with her in-game self and edited =) Hope you enjoy~
The people in this meeting don’t seem to appreciate the spirit of a stop drop selfie.
It’s a planning meeting for an upcoming project – a big, important, high visibility one.
Time was, I’d handle this type of thing and report back to my team on our role and responsibilities. Time was, I’d want to be in the thick of it; I’d want to be the one to figure out how the heck we’re going to make it work; figure out the best way to implement and execute. Time was…
But this time ‘round I’ve got one of my folks on it. They’re more than capable and I know it’ll be fine in their hands. It’ll be fine. They’re good people. (They’re paying attention while I futz around on my phone.) It’ll be fine.
I’m here to advocate for reality and calibrate expectations. Things I’ve gotten good at. Things this place taught me hard. Things this new crew hasn’t had to learn. Yet.
So when @voxtacular tags me for a stop drop selfie, yeah, I’ll bust out my phone mid-meeting. Watch.
Hey cats long time no see. (More like long time no draw tbh ugh but that’s a different kettle of fish.) Have an Overseer. I hate the background, but I like the Overseer himself, so I’m posting this :U I’ve been experimenting off and on with Liquitex ink and a calligraphy pen and tbh I have no idea what I’m doing? But I’m having fun anyway. The grey is actually India ink that I’ve had for so long the pigment has settled to the bottom and refuses to move for love or money, even if I shake it. It makes a good wash, though. The gold bits are actually metallic irl.
If neurotypicals or even other mentally ill people who don’t experience mania would stop being happy that I’m manic and stop acting like it’s a good thing or that I’m lucky to have it, that would be nice.
Athena, goddess of wisdom, crafts and defensive war.
Fingers stained with ink and blood. The clash of steel swords and steel needles. The scratch of pen against paper. The smell of old books, the thrill of new ideas. The whisper of advice in your ear. The promise of justice. The promise of glory.