i always have this expression

Iwaoi - dance au

I’m just doing a lot of random sketches lately. I like them!

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눈에서 꿀떨어지는 🍯  Eyes dripping with honey

An expression used to describe the way people look at someone they adore

lol the notes on my post about kstew being bi were a mess and im just sick of this discourse. if you cant see why calling yourself gay is inappropriate when ur bi no matter what the context i guess we just have to agree to disagree but its funny how gay ppl are often accused of biphobia for not wanting our words appropriated and shit but we cant call yall out on ur homophobic bullshit like whatever

like the fact that every word to describe “exclusively attracted to the same sex” has been hijacked by bis no matter what like we could start referring to ourselves as homosexuals again and they would still do it
also i dont think u can compare lesbians calling themselves gay to bi ppl doing it.. gay does apply to both men and women homos now and has for a long time… it will NEVER mean bi

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⇛ ⇛ Agatha Christie covers

In this bewitched night
I will sing for you my Serenade

INFJ Confession #2864

As an INFJ, I always have a hard time expressing negative emotions, or least in a way that others can notice that I am not happy. I think no one is actually able to comfort me when I feel sad and that is very frustrating because I’m always the person cheering others up and helping them when they feel depressed.

yo fam

this is patrick when gabriel starts talking about harvey and donna:

(a.k.a how to politely look uninterested)

when he mentions darvey:

(want this on a t-shirt cause same fam

when gabriel starts turning that shit around:

when gabriel starts talking about who he ships:

(he’s kinda like “hoe don’t do it” but “omg this is it” at the same time???)

when gabriel says i’m not gonna go there /bc he already knows the answer anyway:

like do u need more proof????????????????????

IT Feels Like Coming Home

Not to sound corny, but I went to work today, (only three more weeks and I’m done) and imagine my surprise when I got home and found all these wonderful people had already started to follow me.

I have been immersed in the fandom via blog pages since Season 4 ended and it has been a watershed time for me. I have never joined any kind of club growing up, was not that into sports or any other kind of team gig. Most of my interior motives have been (and I suspect always will be) self-expression through writing and playing music, writing fiction, and in some cases, non-fiction, composing poetry…and now, writing metas and speculations about one of the best shows I have watched in the past 20 years.

12 years ago, my wife Susan was diagnosed with MS and began a steady decline as her body betrayed her and just recently put her in a wheelchair. I was tagged with another role—-as caretaker. There was not even a moment of doubt or anxiety or fear. It was not out of duty or expectation or need.  It was a simple calling. Love. When someone becomes a part of you and you them, well…it is and has been special. And I have been lucky to be a part of this life with her. I started this post saying I didn’t want to sound corny, but love is supposed to be corny, and sappy and romantic, when it awakens something inside of you where you can’t think of anything or anybody else. Uh…I guess that’s what being soulmates is all about.

I can see this brewing under the surface between Oliver and Felicity. I can only hope that the people who are writing the show finally bring it out for all us to see, feel and live.

So, my fellow followers, I am excited to be a part of this fandom and am looking forward to jumping into the fray with you all. Now if I can only figure out how to make everything work on this page without appearing as if i am completely inept and in need of some serious schooling.

i love when other muses tell aurora they love her or express any feelings of love because she’s always like “um ……….. i gotta go somewhere that is Not Here see ya later pal”

anonymous asked:

Hi! I love your art and even though we aren't really in many of the same fandoms anymore, I have always appreciated seeing the expressive things you create. Because so much of what you draw for is anime where facial features are unrealistic, how do you decide what the characters "look like" in your style? I'm trying to figure out how I draw individual characters in my own style, but it's so hard when I'm basing it off of the original animation, where they might have very stylistic eyes, etc.

Thank you<33

Actually, I understand your problem so much;__; Drawing someone you can see visually in a different artstyle and then altering the design to your style while still leaving the character recognizable and, well IN character can be such a paaainn!! I can never get the anime character right when I draw them for the first *quite a few* of times.

But as a piece of advice…mm, I always try to give them the features that FIT their personality, you know? WHILE trying to also keep the original design simultaneously. (for the basic example sharp, angled features for serious\sharp personality characters, and rounder ones for the excitable happy ones, but its more to it than that)

Personally I try to focus on getting their eye shape/ brows as close as possible (though I tend to alter that too if I think it would show more of their personality), and their hair. and the expressions. As to other things I tend to change them a bit..Like, if I draw Asahi it’s going to be all gentle lines, but I still try to keep him looking like a delinquent he’s compared to IF only he didn’t have those sheepish kind expressions because of his peaceful nature. That’s why I give him upturned brows and downturned eyes. Give them a sharper angle and Asahi WILL end up looking like an actual criminal.

Hinata is a ball of sunshine with wide range of expressions, the pure excitable child, so I try to give him kind of child-like features? If I can say so. Kageyama is all sharp lines and angles and expressions that are bordering adorable and kind of awkward. Intimidating, but not the point where it can be taken seriously because that kid is a dork:”D

When drawing someone you should always ask yourself what kind of character you are drawing, and what you actually want TO SHOW by drawing this character. Some characters are harder to figure out than others and take more time and experimenting, but eventually you’ll get a hang on it!

Also, general emotional palette of a character is super important too!! Not quite catching the look of a character will not be as noticeable as drawing them out of character and giving them the expressions that just isn’t THEIR. 

Give Kageyama Hinata’s expressions of happiness? It will not be Kageyama anymore. So it’s important to think about this, too:)

I hope it helped at least to some extent, that’s a nice question and I don’t think I can manage answering it well enough;_;

“In mainstream industry jargon, an artist who has a small audience is said to have “no audience”. I’ve always despised that expression, because it implies that audiences with uncommon taste are nonentities, rather than actual people. I certainly do not talk that way. I love people, and do not like to see them devalued.” (John Frusciante, 2015)

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