also a lil psa for everyone following me you are never bothering me by “spamming” my notifications, tagging me, or messaging me (though i might take a little while to reply/if i don’t answer an ask right away i’m probably saving it to doodle something for it; also if I don’t seen an @ or whatever, feel free to message me instead) any and all gift art no matter the “quality” is very much appreciated (and if u say you’re bad at art i’mma give u a stern look for putting yourself down)
i love u and as long as you’re having a good time so am i
Shout-out to girls with hijab that doesn’t look like they belong on the street style blogs, shout-out to girls with hijab that are not fashionistas, shout-out to girls with hijab that doesn’t have strong eyeliner game, shout-out to girls with hijab that doesn’t wear any makeup, shout-out to plus sized girls with hijab that feels like no hijab suits your face shape, shout-out to girls with hijab that gets catcalled on the street despite the coverings, shout-out to girls with hijab that have to remove so many pins when they’re shopping for clothes, shout-out to girls with hijab that are having a bad hijab day where everything is wrong and you feel like you just look plain messy, y'all look beautiful today. Thanks.
Here is the Lance & Blue comic I promised ! Omg I spent way too much time on this … I really LOVE to draw Lance & Blue <3 My fav paladin & Lion. (And yes, Paladins playing with their lions would be the cutest thing.) (I will definitely draw more lion stuff.)
“Some would call it peacocking. It probably is, but I’ve always loved bright things and things that stand out. I don’t do weird shapes. I hate boxy giant shirts. If you push it too far, you’re leaning into a clown look. You have to watch out for that.
A lot of American cuts can be boxy. I look for a good European cut, and I don’t ever wear anything conservative in a business sense. In Hollywood in general, especially in the studios, it’s a very boring style. It’s very safe. It’s a ‘you might as well be wearing a beeper on your belt’ style, you know. Just tucking in an ugly shirt into some ugly trousers serves a purpose in a way, but you may as well just wear jeans and a T-shirt to work. To me, that’s not dressing well.Ever since I was a kid, I loved the idea of leaving the house and going to work. I couldn’t wait to get a job and actually go to work. So if I’m on a set now, I like to make some effort to present myself.”