i fapped

anonymous asked:

hey i know this is kinda creepy and you dont have to answer this publicly but im really into flat chested girls and i think your perfect so i was wondering if i could fap to your pictures if not i understand it just feels wrong to do it without permission

… no

Anti-sj/altright: heh, top kek you triggered snowflake, but sorry, it’s reals > feels with me. I form my decisions and opinions based on my superior Logic and Reason™, not based on whatever my college hugbox safespace says while triggered


Also Anti-sj/altright: HOLY FUCKING SHIT U GUYS,,,,,,, ANTIFA.COM SAYS ITS GONNA OVERTHROW AMERICA AND KILL TRUMP AND STSRT COMMUNISM….,,,,,,I DONT HAVE ANY LINKS OR SOURCES BUT ITS REAL IT’S REAL IT’S HAPPENING,,,,,,GET UR GUNS AND KILL THWM ALL BEFORE THEY KILL THE WHYE RACE,,,,,,,,,,REBLOG TO SAVE THE WHITE PEOPLE AND GET UR GUNS……,,.,.,.,.,.,GOD WHEN THIS IS GOING DOWN IT’LL BE FUN TO KILL EM

Fill-a-Page February

It is a truth universally acknowledged that any artist who aspires to improve should be drawing every day. 

Being told to draw more, draw daily, draw while you eat, sleep, breathe, is probably the single most common piece of advice given in response to the question “how do I get better?” - I know I’ve certainly told people to do this.

But I have a confession to make.

I am a hypocrite and I don’t draw every day. Not even close. 

I always seem to have a ready excuse for why I didn’t set aside 10, 20, 30 minutes a day to draw: I’m too tired, I got home late, I didn’t have any drawing materials on me, I was too busy. And yet I still grumble when my art feels like it’s stagnating. I feel disatisfied and frustrated with my lack of progress or the inconsistency of my style or with my inability to draw something in the moment (looking at you, anatomy, clothing folds, perspective). So I want to do something about it.

Every day for the month of February, I will fill a page in a sketchbook, much like I did with this page of scribbles. New day, new page. I don’t have a specific “improvement” goal in mind nor any particular subjects, but I want to get myself into the habit of drawing more freely and regularly, without the pressure of producing a finished piece of art. 

I’ve already persuaded a few people to do this with me because I know I’ll need the support and motivation, but please feel free to join me in giving the challenge a go if you fancy it!

You will need:

  • a sketchbook or pad (I’ve chosen A5 because the size isn’t too intimidating)
  • a pencil
  • an eraser (although I plan to use this sparingly)

The reason I’m doing this challenge traditionally is to get away from all the distracting bells and whistles that come with a digital art program and focus on the act of drawing itself. I also want to get over my fear of ruining a sketchbook with mediocre art. This is me giving myself permission to be bad at art for a while, because it really is the only way I’m going to get better.

The challenge commences February 1st - wish me luck!