happy potatos

Photo study of the gorgeous @viria

Photo from her instagram: https://instagram.com/p/BOxHLWUhq67/

This is the first photo study I am very proud of. I often saw other artists draw photo studies and they often said it was relaxing or they did it to practise. It sounded so easy and when I tried it, I failed so hard. But I wanted to make one so bad that I kept trying. So the other day I got angry and was almost in my “I dont care anymore I just want to draw” phase and then I put on some loud music and just drew. In fury, but soon my anger transfered into energy and I felt good while drawing. I did not feel blockated anymore. It was just funny how furious and angry I was at first when I started to draw the portrait. And now all the negative feelings are gone. And it may sounds weird but I think I transformed my emotions and had a flow feeling as a result. So all in all, I am happy I kept trying. And that the result is good. I am happy. :3 A happy art potato. haha

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轟 焦Todoroki Shouto

Happy birthday, Kei!! // @blurobolobo

That’s what I love about reading: one tiny thing will interest you in a book, and that tiny thing will lead you to another book, and another bit there will lead you onto a third book. It’s geometrically progressive - all with no end in sight, and for no other reason than sheer enjoyment.
—  Mary Ann Shaffer, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

anonymous asked:

könntest du bitte den Unterschied zwischen "sich verhalten" und "sich benehmen" erklären? :)

I’m gonna reply in English so more people understand (if you want I can add it in German too)

ALSO IM SO SORRY IT TOOK ME SO LONG TO REPLY I DIDNT GET TO MY LAPTOP EARLIER AND ITS A SHITE ON THE PHONE SO YEAH IM SORRY

but here we go

both mean basically “to behave”

“sich verhalten” is, however, a broader term, and can be used for any activity concerning behaviour for both humans and animals etc

Bsp.: “Die Katze verhält sich heute seltsam.” - “The cat behaves weirdly today.”
“Eric verhält sich seltsam.” - “Eric behaves weirdly.” (a general weird, he is different than usual etc)

“sich benehmen” is closer connected to rules and manners and can only be used for humans.

“Das Kind benimmt sich gut.” - “The child behaves well.” (in context that a child behaving well means that it behaves in the manners that you think are good etc)

hope this helps! if not, feel free to ask again and I’ll try to give more examples etc (I’m a bit tired rn I’m sorry).
Viel Spaß noch mit Deutsch! :D

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This is as close as we got to cute Easter pics this year because Hubert was actively trying to eat all the cute stuff I was posing him with in the beginning😂.

🐰💚💜Happy Easter, everyone! 💜💚🐰