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And another Will Graham for you guys :) Thank you so much for all the notes and comments on the last one also I always read all the tags so thank you very much for all of them <3 They are so encouraging to paint more!

Anyway, this one is also old but hopefully soon I will have more new stuff to upload :)


jtv appreciation week: Day 1 → favorite character

Dear Jane,

First, sorry for being goofy in the priest’s office. I was just nervous because I was scared about writing something for you, a writer. And I’ve been thinking about what to say. Which got me thinking how lucky I was to have met you at all, and all the small twists of fate that led me to you in the first place. And how, in a way, our destiny was just a series of detours bringing us back to each other, again and again. A twist of fate… The night we met, that’s what it felt like. I wasn’t even supposed to be working. I’d picked up a shift for my buddy whose kid was playing in a recital. And then, I was technically off, but I took a detour and stopped for a burger a few blocks away. I was heading back to the precinct when I got called in for a noise complaint near me. If not for that recital, and that burger, I might not have ended up on the doorstep of a drunk 21-year-old girl. It’s not just a series of coincidences. It’s destiny. And I never doubted you were mine. And never doubt that all I want, forever and always, is for you to be happy.


There are like eight kiss scenes in the EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING movie from what we’ve seen in the trailers and short clips alone. This means, Amandla and Nick locked lips for at least eight times while doing the movie, and that’s all that really matters to me right now. ;) This little movie that features a beautiful love story between a gorgeous, black girl and a cute, white boy next door (literally), without a single mention of race, just showing that black people—black girls—do exist and that a black girl is human and falls in love too, is my everything, everything. So excited to see this carefree, black girl infiltrating the big screens! Bring the #blackmagic on! ♡


anonymous asked:

Robert Maplethorpe?

Robert Mapplethorpe was an American photographer, known for his sensitive yet blunt treatment of controversial subject-matter in the large-scale, highly stylized black and white medium of photography. His work featured an array of subjects, including celebrity portraits, male and female nudes, self-portraits and still-life images of flowers. His most controversial work is that of the underground BDSM scene in the late 1960s and early 1970s of New York City. The homoeroticism of this work fuelled a national debate over the public funding of controversial artwork.

Thanks, SBB. 

I love how when allura is drawn with white features no one cares but someone makes an edit giving her a broader nose and fuller lips and suddenly y'all wanna scream how shes supposed to be an alien and isnt black

If that was true then allura wouldn’t look human at all??? White features are human black features are human if allura cant look black then guess what she cant have white features either

She would literally look like an actual alien (aka not human at all)

But of course yall only wanted to bring up how human she looks when a person gives her a broad nose and full lips….not like that isn’t racist or anything