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*looks up at Steve*

“Well… Could be worse. What is exactly the point of this?”

“Hey, how about we do something fun!”

“Ow, Tony, keep your voice down, it is like daggers into my ear drums.”

“SORRY!”

“OW! What are you even doing?”

“Something I couldn’t do when I am normal size.”

“Tony—”

“CANNONBALL!!”

“Tony, the heck—”

“Whuh?”

“… You are stinking cute.”

Harbinger Alto? Harbinger Alto.

I just rly like the concept of Hilda finding Alto before Lisette did and taking him back with her because wow this boy is rly fecking familiar, is that you elc??? what did elc look like again?? its been 1000 years. anyway Come with me lake baby youll probably drown if i turn my back

I also really like this because SIBLING BOND WITH THE OTHER HARBINGERS!! You know Dorothy and Alto would be inseparable but him and Dante would have that same old rivalry going on but they’d also be like HEY ONLY I CAN MAKE FUN OF HIM when it came to other people

Plus i just like to imagine harbinger alto being like HOW YOU GONNA RUN THE ANTHEM WITHOUT A CONDUCTOR KLAUS and he fingerguns out

anonymous asked:

Hi there! I know you're comfortable with humanish type faces, but would you be willing to do a commission (when/if you open) of a dragonborn character? (Essentially human shaped with dragon faces) I have interest in a group banner for my D&D group, a couple of which are dragonborn :)

I’m pretty rusty on dragon or creature-like faces but hey, this would be a fun challenge ^^. When comms are up and you get a slot, send a couple of references my way and I’ll be sure to practice my hand with them before sending you the first sketch.

sincerelywrong  asked:

Hey, your art is fun and gives me many emotions, and you as a person are also great. Love seeing you on my dash whatever you're up to, and I'm glad you're there and wish you all of the growth and success and small good peaceful moments that can possibly fit into your life.

Bob!!!!!! You are seriously the sweetest person I’ve ever met through fandom omg 💗💗💗💗

You know what we need more of? Beginner’s classes for adults.

It’s supposed to be really, really good for you to keep learning new things as you age. It helps stave off strokes and dementia and Alzheimer’s and improves memory. And hey, learning stuff is fun.

But I really don’t want to be infantilized when I try to learn something. And I definitely don’t learn the way a child does. And honestly, what adult wants to be in the same class as children? Very few.

This occurred to me recently because I’d like to learn how to actually ice skate properly. My parents never signed me up for classes, because it wasn’t a thing they ever cared about or thought about. Now I’m in my twenties and want to learn, and also don’t want to be surrounded by a bunch of eight-year-olds who probably honestly skate better than I do. Because that’s embarrassing, and embarrassment is not how you learn.

Would it be good to lose the social stigma of being worse at something than a child? Yes. Hell yes. But we’ve got to start somewhere, and like I said: adults don’t really learn the way kids do, and a lot of people use these kinds of activities to make friends, and I don’t want to make friends with an eight-year-old, either.

So.

Beginner’s classes for adults. Let adults suck at stuff and learn how to get better and learn new things and broaden their horizons, while still being treated as adults. Classes for writing, for pottery, for chess, for art, for instruments, for singing, for sports, for chemistry. For everything, dammit.

Watch Me Babygirl [pt.5]

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Summary: Jungkook is your brother’s annoying best friend. You can’t stand him but he just can’t resist teasing you. How far will he actually go?

Warnings: slight language and some suggestive content


You walked sleepily towards the kitchen to grab a bottle of water or maybe make some coffee, you’d make up your mind when you got there. You ran your hand through your hair, tousling it further.

Yawning, you stepped into the kitchen, the tile sending a shock through you, cold against your bare feet.

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A very quick Swootie drawn for a friend of mine. Guy’s in broadcast journalism and is making his documentary project on me and my art stuff, so I made a time lapse of this drawing that will be the opening title sequence. I’m expecting some grade A self inflicted cringe on the final product of this thing but hey it’ll be fun right?

Anyways, thought you guys might like to see this one despite it being pretty well standardized. Back to convention prep