i don't know who's artwork this is

Finished up the second sketch of that cute moment between the Blue Boi Ethan(@crankgameplays) and Chica in the stream yesterday. 💕

you know, different visual representations of trans men / trans masc people will always cause OR alleviate dysphoria for different trans men / trans masc people depending on who we are, where we are in our relationships with ourselves and our bodies. it is always a good idea to keep an eye out for fetishizing artwork, but telling a -trans- artist who represents a character as transmasculine in a different way than perhaps you personally identify with that they’re being transphobic by representing very real trans masc people who are just.. not exactly the same as you, is Really not helping anyone

Here is a piece I did some time ago for Spots and Claws Artbook project. If you didn’t know it’s based off of this video I did. Anyway I’m so glad to have been part of this, thank you for having me !

You can’t purchase the artbook because it was made for Thomas Astruc, but you can find and dowload it here, it’s free !!! Look at all these beautiful artworks !!! There’s even writings !!

Thank you to everyone who made this project come to life !!

thewincestfeels  asked:

hey, don't know if you answer these types of questions, but how can you give credit for artwork you don't know who the original owner is (ex. artwork was reposted on a website with no credits listed)

From what I know you can reverse google search that pic, it should pop up somewhere; You can also check out the signature and google that with an addition of social media e.g. “XYZ tumblr” or “XYZ deviantart”

If anything else fails you can always not post it; I know, savage thought

anonymous asked:

So, I have a question about furrydom. I don't personally consider myself a "furry" per se, I don't have a fursona, I don't want a fursuit, etc. However, Furry Bara artwork makes up a large portion of the porn I consume. I'm not, and I know that most furries are not, attracted to real animals. So what do you think is the root cause of this attraction? I'm interested in your take on the psycho-/anthopological meaning of Being Attracted To Humanish Animal Men.

it just might hit your aesthetics better? i’ve talked before about how furry art filled a niche for a lot of people who felt spurned or just unable to connect to a lot of gay porn or other mainstream gay media - that there was a lot in it that we couldn’t find anywhere else, particularly tenderness and that sort of cornball romance that straight dudes got and we didn’t.

like, the thing is: i’ve read mainstream gay comic porn. and… i don’t like pretty much most of it! i hhhhhhate the art style in Class Comics and the like, this sort of rubbery he-man meets tom of finland meets 70s/80s marvel comics deal. i just don’t like the way it looks! the aesthetics hell of put me off! and this goes double for that one time they tried to cash in on furry art themselves with “ani-males”, and that was awwww-ful. and a lot of live action gay porn does the same. the framing, the aesthetics, just the way they do things, i just don’t feel the same connection. usually when i do find live action stuff i like, it’s by amateurs.

furry art frequently has a lot of artist styles and framing and BODY TYPES that get glossed over in other outlets, is all. a lot of furry porn does this content better than anybody else. consider outside the ‘furry’ part and think of how else this work differentiates itself from other gay content you could consume - the way it frames itself, what kind of body types it has, and even the way it’s different to somewhat similar material, because ‘furry’ is not necessarily the one and only thing to consider here.

maricat14  asked:

Hello eizabet, I would like to let you know that I found your comic; Le Parfum de l’Amour, on another tumblr account, the whole thing. The original post was from November 16, 2017 the most recent post was February 14, 2017 and I don't know if they have permission, I thought I should let you know. Since it says that I can't put links in questions I will give you the tumblr account: Moonie Love. By the way, I love your artwork and comics, keep up the good work, can't wait for more. Have a good day

Hi there! Thank you for looking out for my comic and letting me know if you suspect a repost of it, I always appreciate it!


I checked the blog you referred, and luckily the posts you are concerned about all appear to be legitimate reblogs. For anyone who isn’t sure, reblogging a post is 100% okay, and always wanted by artists because it “shares” the original post for more people to see, helping to garner more notes on it. To reblog something, you click the circling arrows, and it automatically links back to the original poster.


If this had been a ‘repost‘ the images would have been copied, or screen captured, and a new post would have been created, without my blog being associated with it. It’s easy to tell if this is the case when you can’t see the artist’s blog in the captions area, and they don’t show up as the one who made the post.


The majority of these ‘reposts’ happen outside of Tumblr. On sites like Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Weheartit, Amino, vk, ect. Some artists allow it when asked permission and given credit, others like myself don’t allow it AT ALL, even with credit, and we report them immediately.

The problem is, a huge amount of the international fandom seems to be clueless (or uncaring) that it is both rude, and copyright infringing to post art anywhere without permission!


So if anyone sees my art/comics anyplace other than tumblr from my blog, definitely let me know. And spread this knowledge to others as well that taking art and (re)posting it to another site without consent is unacceptable!

anonymous asked:

Your art makes me fall in love with you and like I don't even know who you are or what you look like or anything but I still look at the things you create and I feel this strong love for you, for someone I will never know! It's very strange and I sometimes daydream about what it would be like to meet you and whether you would make me feel the same comfort and peace and happiness that I get from your artwork! Thank you for these feelings and if I one day get the confidence to message you I will!

You flatter me! This is so interesting Thank-you for sharing this!! It’s really sweet! And if you ever wanna message me it’s ok! Don’t be shy I’m an awkward noodle

anonymous asked:

Just wanted to say I absolutely love your style and the inspirational quotes that go along with many of your artworks. Your style is so flipping adorable, and the quotes have been really pushing me through the rough times I've been going through, so thank you bunches! I've noticed you don't really do TMNT anymore, which is fine cause you should draw whatever you want to draw! But if you are taking requests, could you do Raph with the C6 pose?

I… I’m speechless. Oh my goshhh! Thank you so much for loving my artworks! Its means a lot to me  (//ω//)”  *hugs* 

And I’m very glad to hear the quotes associated I with some of my artworks helps you! It feels really great to give some motivations to others who don’t even know they needed them :)

And yeah its true, I don’t really draw TMMT as much as I used to. I guess I’m the kind of person who would draw characters in a particular fandom for a year or two until I join in the next fandom. It kinda helps me to explore new ways of drawing and also enable me to grow as an artist, but ofc I don’t abandon the TMNT fandom completely :) I still watch the latest episodes and know some updates happening in the fandom! :3 

I wish the best for your future!  <3

anonymous asked:

Hey, MOTI (MOI? Which one is it?). I have two things to say. First off: You guys are awesome! The Undertale the musical and Undertale Comic Dubs are amazing, and I loved all of your covers and the lyrical thing for DJ Octavio from Splatoon. Keep up the great work, and don't let anyone make you angry for being impatient fools who don't know how much time talent takes. Secondly: Did Shyner do all of the artwork for the musical, or were there more artists? As I said, keep up the good work, MO(T)I!

All the artists are credited in the video description and in the credits, which, granted, some people don’t read, as evidenced early on by “YOU STOLE THIS FROM PAPAYA MAKES A MIXING BOWL.”

- Alex

So I’m writing a short story for my senior comp class and since I am who I am I design my main duo.

So the story is about Raphael Hughes, a 16-year-old boy from a small city, traveling around the country of Caplia with his new friend, Charlotte Trouve, 17- year-old daughter of a rich aristocrat. They must find Raphael’s father and his many incredible inventions before the infamous Lord Henzler, or any of his cronies do. 

Signs When High
  • Aries: Does everything. You name it, it's done. Ranges from getting things to jumping off buildings.
  • Taurus: The type who looks at trippy artwork and laughs about it.
  • Gemini: Government Conspiracy Theorist. Prolly how the Lizard People Ruler theory came into action.
  • Cancer: "I... I don't care. This is so liberating."
  • Leo: Weird ass shit. Takes "center of attention" to whole new level.
  • Virgo: Sex. Lots of sex.
  • Libra: Tells people "I just... I really love you. I know I don't say it enough... but oh my god I loooove you".
  • Scorpio: Draws. Does artsy shit.
  • Sagittarius: Goes on an adventure. Star-gazes.
  • Capricorn: Becomes super introspective. Thinks about life, and all of its mysteries. Stares at the sky. Stops caring about the outer influences in their life and focuses on the good.
  • Aquarius: Enjoys the trip. Aliens. Mistakes, and lots of them.
  • Pisces: Storytelling, maybe cries.

Braxiatel conducted his first overtures two days after Narvin sabotaged Project Alpha. Narvin hadn’t considered it sabotage—sabotage typically meant one party gaining an advantage, getting the upper hand, being in competition. No, no, Narvin hadn’t considered shutting the project down sabotage—he’d considered it good judgement. Glower hadn’t shared that opinion.

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anonymous asked:

Just out of curiosity: What's your opinion on Keisuke Masunaga's artstyle in DBZ? (Feel free to look him up, if you don't know who that is)

I always really liked how much Masunaga’s artwork wanted to fucking murder you. 

Plus as much as he loved to push expressions, he was incredibly skilled at keeping the structure tied down. Nothing feels out of place even though things look wildly ‘off-model’. His animations as well were just as solid, and had very quick and creative movement. 

In my high school days his work was my favorite and I emulated him more than any other artist. Today he still sits at my top five DBZ animation supervisors, and anything I make, have made, or will make in the future will be owed heavily to how much his work inspired me.

I decided to sit down and take a break from my other work and make this hopefully motivational drawing. Just for anyone who feels down or just needs some motivation to get up from it! 

Sans here gets it!

And hey, many people feel down from time to time, but remember, there’s always at least one person who cares about you. IRL or Online it doesn’t matter, someone cares about you! 

Although if I may know you or not, don’t mind to drop a message for me. I don’t mind it. No one should feel down! 

Don’t lose hope, stay determined!


Artwork belongs to me

Sans belongs to Undertale

Do you think your gay fans are confused about you?
  • Smith: Me and Ryan just, over the past summer, both recently purchased our first houses. We used the same interior decorator, and she thought Ryan was gay for the first three months! And I had to tell her that he had had a girlfriend for a year and a half. So -- we have talked about it. For whatever reason our personal taste and preference in art and for videos and artwork appeals like that.
  • Walker: I think everybody's just too afraid to have a good time. Everybody's gotta loosen up a little bit.
  • Smith: We don't care who likes us -- or who dislikes us.
  • Walker: And what's the problem if Ryan and Brendon were actually dating, you know? There's not really any problem with that.
  • Smith: Because they might be.