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A Dept store Sweden introduced these normal-size mannequins. Instead of size 00, these gals are a size 12 and 16. Some are saying they “condone obesity.” The average woman is a size 14, that’s not supporting obesity. Standard mannequins support eating disorders.
 
 
I think mannequins should look like this in every store. They don’t even have that standard creepy mannequin vibe.
What is good art?

Originally posted by nyanpasuminasan

What is good art? A lot of people would say good art is amazing anime art or amazing cartoon art or amazing realistic art. Well to that I say:  Bologna/baloney 

Originally posted by pi-la

Good art is merely art that you make and are proud of. Good art is seeing yourself improve each and everyday you draw. Good art is something that others can enjoy. 

Originally posted by mikoto-tsuki

The only time art should be considered bad is if it openly displays hatred 


And I don’t mean the art raising awareness of these issues I mean that the artist is using this art to spread their hatred towards someone or something.

Originally posted by iconoclastsunite

The only time art is bad is if you use it for bad. 


Sure there might be low quality art and animation but that doesn’t make it bad. It just means it’s less than polished. Yes some animations can be sloppy, messy, sometimes even lazy or the anatomy can be wrong but it doesn’t mean it’s bad, the artist is still learning and still trying. 


Don’t be that person that comes into their lives and tell them that the products of what they enjoy doing are bad just cause they don’t fit your standards.

Originally posted by attack-clifford


But what about the new reboots of PPG AND TTG you cry!

Originally posted by afoxinwonderland

Originally posted by benzarro


While these shows are of low quality and in the cases of these shows and of many other shows that people dislike is because in general the messages of the shows are overall horrible not the art itself. The art is fine and well, it’s just the messages that make the animations bad because the animation itself how these awful messages are translated. The animation is actually quite great.


 it’s just the messages that aren’t and some of the scenes in the shows send bad vibes.

Originally posted by aversner

PPG AND TTG is okay in an artistic standpoint because some people actually do enjoy the art style. I for one really like the chibi art style of TTG I just cannot stand the show itself. The art itself is fine, the content that’s being displayed isn’t because it doesn’t give anything to the show itself. 


Originally posted by r10t3r

The characters are there just because the show is based around them but really nothing ever progresses. There’s no character development and it’s just a money grab.

Originally posted by ttg-gifs

Originally posted by r10t3r

See there’s nothing wrong with the art style. This chibi style isn’t bad in fact it’s perfect for a cartoon aimed at a younger audience. It’s just the writing and the execution of the show that makes it bad and the content that’s being shown to the kids. A kids cartoon could look like this and STILL be amazing for both young and older fans if the writing if the characters were likable and the plot had substance. The art of the show can get creepy or grotesque but that doesn’t mean that’s a bad thing. We have plenty of awesome shows and comics that show creepy and grotesque pieces of art like 


SU for example the cat fingers episode.

Originally posted by bacontastesnice

Or what about these?

Originally posted by shensation

Originally posted by henchmanform

Originally posted by thejadedsage

Originally posted by kaouse

Originally posted by crystalgem-confessions

Originally posted by necromorphy

Originally posted by really-unskillful

Or what about this:

Originally posted by creative-thief

^^^ See that’s creepy and disturbing imagery and yet it’s still great because the message it’s being used for is for a good lesson or it’s being used for the genre it was based off of. Like say horror….


Which brings me to my next show.


Take Courage the Cowardly Dog that show was amazing and yet it has some of the most creepy as hell art.

Originally posted by pop-crash

Originally posted by nurzul-blog

Originally posted by pi-la

Originally posted by waterunning

Originally posted by poji

^^^^ Even it had its fair share of raising awareness despite being a show for horror and things that go bump in the night ^^^ This episode in particular shed light on an abusive relationship and not only that it had Bunny and Kitty as a lesbian couple -though it could be debated Bunny is bi- finally going off to have a better life together after Bunny was stuck in an abusive relationship with a dog who was bad.


And through Courage’s actions to help Bunny and Kitty despite how Kitty treated him also showed Kitty who hated all dogs that just because there are some horrible dogs in the world doesn’t mean there aren’t good dogs. Which is something society is forgetting. There will always be good people in any given group and if you hate all people of one group then you’re no better than the people who hate you and you’ve become what you hate.


Originally posted by sonic-m

Remember any art that you are proud of making - as long as it doesn’t promote hatred- is good art and don’t let others bring you down just cause it isn’t up to their standards of what good art SHOULD BE. There is no bar for art, art can be anything. Art can be that vase you decided to randomly paint one day and it was just random strokes of paint. Art can be that leaf you took and placed it under the paper and scribbled over it with the pencil to make a leaf pattern.

Originally posted by mewmedic


Art is anything you make that you’re proud of and that you’re using to bring joy to others with. The only bad art is art that does none of these things. That is only used to mock others and to send out horrid messages of hatred.

So you see those stick figures you drew? You see that deformed blob you drew? You see that messy sketch you drew? Be proud of it, if your art is meant to bring joy to others then it can be nothing but good.

Originally posted by dailyhappylife


Keep drawing and don’t let other people’s standards of what your art should be get to you.

Never let them see that they get to you and one day they won’t.

Originally posted by animewolf112

Your art is wonderful, it’s amazing, it’s fantastic and I’m so proud that you’re doing your best. So say goodbye to the haters and just do what you love doing and you’ll be alright!

Originally posted by thewalkingmockup


-Love the Mod. 


Originally posted by doafhat

A shout-out to an epic kid

Seven year old neighbor saw his six year old sister crying in the hall at school. He was so worried about her that this tiny little guy marched into the guidance counselor’s office and asked them to check on his sister during lunch.

This is the same boy that, at two years old, chased some kid across a nursery while yelling, “Nobody pushes my sister!”


….God help anyone who ever breaks this girl’s heart.
For that matter, but God help anyone who breaks his heart, because his little sister is pretty protective of him too.

Went to my friend’s house over the weekend (who are, by the way, very, very open-minded folks and support everything), and their 5-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son was staring at my laptop with me when I came across Stony on Tumblr. I made sure to avoid any NSFW pics (which is surprising, lols), but several pictures of them hugging and kissing came up. Naturally, I assumed all younger boys would be grossed out by that. In stead, the boy just said, “I didn’t really see Captain America and Iron Man like each other that much, but maybe I was wrong.”

Kind of shocked that he didn’t get grossed out, look away, or say something homophobic, I replied, “So you don’t see anything wrong with that?” And he’s all, “I don’t see the chemistry, but if a bunch of other people like them together, maybe they do love each other.” Then the little girl was all, “I think they’re cute!”

Parenting: you’re doing it right. It makes me proud to live in a generation where children like this exist. That boy didn’t find nothing wrong with the fact that Tony and Steve are two men, he just simply didn’t “see the chemistry”. And the little girl even thought it was cute (then again, she ships everything, even me and her older sister, lol). And by the way, their parents do believe in God, but they also believe that love is love.

I just felt like sharing that, it made me happy.