i highly recommend this artist they are really amazing

anonymous asked:

Do you know any Korean youtubers who focus on makeup/fashion and have english subs? Thank you!

this is going to be in alphabetical order //going through my subscriptions// bolded are my favourites and the more * the more i love oh ho ho ANYHOW THIS IS A VERY LONG LIST YOU DONT HAVE TO CHECK THEM ALL BUT i would highly highly HIGHHLY recommend Ssin 씬님

  • Chriselle Lim (lifestyle/beauty/fashion; very classy)
  • ** Clothesencounters (lifestyle/beauty/fashion)
  • Daddoa 다또아 (beauty; but she hasn’t updated in 6 months)
  • Dayeong’s Beauty drawing (beauty/fashion)
  • Edward Avila (he isn’t korean but he does really good korean skincare reviews, he does makeup tutorials too and his attitude/personality ticks my boxes!!)
  • Joanday (lifestyle/beauty; joan is really genuine!!)
  • lamuqe (beauty; she does amazing make up tutorials)
  • Liah Yoo 리아유 (beauty; her skincare videos are A++)
  • Meejmuse (beauty; i don’t watch her super often but she’s really nice)
  • **   PONY Makeup (one very talented makeup artist oml i binge watch her makeup tutorials although i don’t wear make up often)
  • Sophia Chang (beauty/lifestyle; if you are into more instagram make up then you should definitely check Sophia out!)
  • So Young’s Beauty Room (beauty; her make up tutorials are more on the daily side)
  • ***  Ssin 씬님 *** (beauty; I LOVE HER WORDS CANT DESCRIBE HOW AMAZING SHE IS YOU HAVE TO WATCH HER VIDEOS)
10 Amazing Queer Comic Creators

I wanted to get to the positive bits of queer stuff and totally avoid any negative today. So I present a list of 10 queer creators you should be checking out, This is by no means a top 10 creators or top 10 queer creators list. This is just 10 queer creators I really like that I managed to think of first. These aren’t in any order or anything so just enjoy seeing 10 awesome persons who can enrich your life with their amazing content.

Jen Bartel: Jen Bartel is an amazing illustrator currently doing covers for Jem and the Holograms and creating her own comic Crystal Fighters on the comic app Stela. I discovered her work Jem and the Holograms and am excited, despite my utter love for Sophie Campbell (and do expect to see her popping up again), for her to do some pages of Jem and the Holograms. She infuses a lot of life into characters, she has a nice style that feels like it has just enough punk rock influence to always be badass.

Marguerite Bennett:  Bennett is one of my favorite writers hands down. She manages to flawlessly creator amazing queer story after amazing queer story. Not only are they amazingly queer but amazingly written when some of the strongest uses of character voice in comics. Along with this she is really great at at humor and I very often find myself giggling across stories she writes. She is currently putting out DC Bombshells and Insexts with Animosity and Josie and the Pussycats coming up soon. I also highly recommend her work on Angela in particular Angela Queen of Hel  that is soon releasing in trade.

Brittany Williams:  Brittany is an amazing artist who’s currently working on Hellcat at Marvel. She is also the artist on Goldie Vance and the upcoming Legend of Korra graphic novels. Brittany’s work manages to have such a wonderful defined style that I can’t help but be impressed with every time. She has a very cute chibi style she also uses and it flows really well with her normal art. I am excited to see anything she draws and it’s always an amazing time visually. When I think amazing art Brittany is always near the top of the list.

Kieron Gillen: Kieron Gillen defined many of Marvel’s most iconic queer characters. While none of the characters he wrote as part of the Young Avengers roster were his own creation America Chavez in particular went from old man’s perverted teen fantasy to bad ass defined queer woman. His work on The Wicked + The Divine is amazing, thought provoking, and charming. Kieron Gillen in many ways is sort of artist personified infact coming out he wrote a whole long  essay because he is like  the writer incarnate. Seriously though he is an amazing talent who manages to really balance so much creatively. When it comes to a large ensemble cast I think there is no writer better to getting them each to feel totally their own and uniquely likeable (or unlikable).

Noelle Stevenson: Noelle has moved away from comics for a little bit but she is one of the most important writers for queer media. With Nimona her webcomic then print comic she helped further prove that webcomics moved to print can be a nice payday for the publisher and the creators (Side note she also did the art on that book, and it’s great). Then being one of the biggest creators on Lumberjanes she has set childrens queer media in comics on fire. I believe Noelle is very much one of the main reasons that so much queer content is getting published in smaller press. Lumberjanes is an amazing series and something that really brought life into the comics field. Right now you can go back and buy her older work including a Secret Wars run of the Runaways that is pretty underrated. You can also see her writing live in animation in the Disney XD show Wander Over Yonder.

Ted Brandt: Inking for Princeless Raven the Pirate Princess Ted is the best in the biz. Ted adds so much to the art and it’s one of the very few times where I can really tell the inkers influence on art. Ted is also just a super nice person in every interaction I have had with him so that is good. Ted is currently putting out Raven The Pirate Princess and you should really be checking it out. It’s super cheap on Comixology and the first two volumes are out in trade. It’s a great time to catch up before issue 9 releases.  

Sophie Campbell: Oh my gosh, I can’t even begin to talk about how great Sophie is. Sophie is a double threat being a talented writer and artist. Her art manages to always have lovely body types and I have had the experience of thinking for a moment, people look odd, then i was like “wait these people just look like people.” It’s so amazing, so lively, so fantastic.  I always watch what Sophie is doing be that art or writing.  Sophie is currently putting out reprints of Shadoweyes and Wetmoon some of her older projects. There is more Wetmoon coming in the future as well as a webcomic she is working on. You can also read the book I found Sophie in Jem and the Holograms as she goes to her last issue of drawing the series.

Kate Leth:  Kate’s work in comics transcends her writing and her art. Kate has put so much into She is a founder of The Valkyries making the industry much better for woman working at comic shops. Her writing is also so filled with energy, fun and queer characters. Kate recently had her creator owned project Power Up come out in print and it’s a great comic. Kate always manages to really bring this lovely lively feeling and Power Up displays that pretty well. She is also doing writing on Hellcat, Girl Over Paris, and Vampirella.

Shannon Watters:  I had to have an editor somewhere here and Shannon is the very best in the business. She edits pretty much if not all the Boombox books and is a leading force for queer representation in the comics industry. In fact she now shares writing duty for Lumberjanes after Noelle Stevenson left the book. She is a fantastic writer, fantastic editor, and a general talent. You can find her work on a lot of things since she is Head of KaBOOM! & BOOM! Box.

Magdalene Visaggio: I wanted to include Mags here despite not really being attached to her work yet. She is the writer of the upcoming Kim and Kim and it’s my most anticipated comic this year. Mags is a trans woman getting to write a trans woman and this is so insanely rare in print comics. Reading the preview and the earlier tease of it both filled me with so much joy. Kim and Kim is a book I have all my faith in and I really want it to be a success so please do check out Kim and Kim issue 1 that is coming out very soon.

Top!Steve x Bottom!Tony

Been receiving a lot of messages from last weekend begging/thanking me for bottom tony recs. There’s a real thirst for it! I feel you guys as I prefer it, too. Anybody x Bottom Tony feeds my soul RIP Tony’s ass

I have this general feeling with all your messages that you’re too shy to ask for bottom Tony and I’m like no! We need moar! SHOUT IT IN THE ROOFTOPS!

Okay so for those asking for the recs, I actually made some already:

Here is my general Top!Steve x Bottom!Tony fanfic reclist. Not all of them have links, but simply copypaste the rest to your google browser and they’ll show up. You can never go wrong with authors like MystikSpiral, AnneHiggins, ashinan, blacktofade, rouge-winter, and onewayfreak in ao3.

I find that people forget to rec fanartists, so here they are!

For bottomTony fanart, I highly recommend @letitrado, @tgoamt, @appledipz, @shioxxxx, @yukkoyy, @tantanlut, @bung-pang, @hr8. Here are more artists in my Stony fanartist reclist. I’m currently in the process of making a reclist including artists only in twitter too. There are a lot of bottomTony fans in twitter!

I make my own explicit bottom!Tony art which you can see in my NSFW tag. SHAMELESS I KNOW

Check out my general NSFW tag it has all the bottom!tony art made by other amazing artists that I reblog.

A current nsfw bottom!Tony comic I really love is by @buukkin, it’s just gorgeous!

Anyway I’m constantly updating these reclists when I have the chance so if you find any more new ones let me know! Always remember to let the writers and artists know you love their work!

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As Cores do Sagrado (Colors of the Sacred) is a collection of watercolors made by argentinian artist Carybé (1911-1997) in an attempt to register religious and cultural values in Bahia, between the 1950s and the 1980s. In the artist’s own words:

“This work simply intends to be an honest and accurate documentary of Candomblé. There are drawings from 1950 and even some from 1980, showing the festivities, clothing, symbols and ceremonies that I saw and experienced in this prodigious world that the slaves brought with them and stored in the depths of the heart of Bahia, a world lovingly watched over by the Iyalorixás and Babalorixás(…)”

Click here to download the whole set of images scanned from the catalogue

I commissioned some amazing artwork from the one and only @smartchocobear She was a complete delight to work with, If you guys and amazing artwork done by an amazing artist, I highly recommend her. 

Sasuke and Sakura were waiting for Kakashi and Naruto. At first Sasuke was really frustrated because they had been waiting for over 30 minutes so he and Sakura sat under a nearby tree.

 After an hour of waiting  “Sasuke-kun…I’m going to rest my eyes for a bit, wake me up if they show up.” Soon after, she was asleep, Sasuke noticed that she was slumped in a very uncomfortable position. “Tch, Annoying girl” Sasuke said to himself as he repositioned himself behind her so that she can rest on his chest. “She smells so good” he thought, “her hair is so pink, how is this natural?” as he picked up a few strands. Sasuke couple feel his face getting warmer, “Shit, why am I acting this way? Sakura’s just a fan girl…right?” he thought to himself. He began to think about the land of waves, and how she was crying on his chest. He remembered how beautiful she looked with her hair all over the place and with such a look of relief on her face.

“Maybe she’s not just a fan girl…” As he held those strands to his mouth and smiled ever so slightly.

creepyfreakingpasta  asked:

Hi hi!! Is your profile picture you?? If so did you draw it? Or is there a blog that could maybe draw me? I think it's really really cute!! And you're cute too!! 🦄💕

Hi cutie friend!! ☺️ thank you so so much, my profile picture is me! But I didn’t draw it,, I commissioned barbiebun to draw me. She’s an amazing artist I highly highly recommend her, she’s the sweetest flower ever BUT her blog is 18+ and nsfw so pleaseeee browse carefully 💕

Artist: @fjtiko

Thank You @fjtiko for making my request. I highly recommend supporting his Patreon 

Samurai Jack is my favorite show. I watched this show since I was a kid, and season 5 is really awesome right now.  

Viola was inspired by Samurai Jack. When creating Viola, this show inspired me to create her character development like the awesome Samurai Jack. The bounty on Viola head was based of Jack’s bounty in the show.

Viola was born in Mistral, and Mistral is more developed to be similar to an Asian culture. So I wanted Viola to be more of a samurai styled fighter. That is why one of her weapons are two katana swords. Even her fighting style is inspired by Samurai Jack. 

(I hope Ashi doesn’t kill her for talking to her man. O.O) 

Listen

While all you darn kids are paying attention to your Chorttling Charses and your Forrdy Fork Barbs, I feel that Mr. Bupsy should be given some love. The art in this is done by the amazing Snow on The Radio who’s known for doing really awesome (and gruesome) art. If you’re up for a Rip Snorting Good time filled with gore than check it out.

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If you wanna like the Original Post than I highly recommend doing so, seeing as the artist is REALLY REALLY GOOD and deserves some love.

Also here’s the song I used in this.

Interview: Luna Tiny

Today we’re joined by Luna Tiny. Luna is an amazing visual artist who writes a comic entitled Anonymous Asexual. It’s about the trials and tribulations of being queer and it’s really freaking cool. I highly recommend checking it out. Luna also does other sorts of visual art such as character and creature design. It’s very apparent they’re incredibly passionate about their art and it shows, as you’ll soon see. My thanks to them for taking the time to participate in this interview.

WORK

Please, tell us about your art.

I am a digital illustrator primarily, and mostly create comics, fanart, and creature/character designs. Most of my work, particularly my comics, focus on issues of gender identity and sexuality.

What inspires you?

Personal experiences from my life.

What got you interested in your field?  Have you always wanted to be an artist?

I’ve wanted to be an artist from a very young age, but digital art came to me after watching speed paintings on YouTube. I didn’t realize what I specifically wanted to do, illustration, until much more recently through schooling.

Do you have any kind of special or unique signature, symbol, or feature you include in your work that you’d be willing to reveal?

I almost always include my signature somewhere in my art.

What advice would you give young aspiring artists?

Never give up trying to make art- no matter how hard it may seem, anyone can learn from it and be inspired to create. Follow and make what you love, regardless of what others think about it, and you’ll go far as an artist.

ASEXUALITY

Where on the spectrum do you identify?

I am a sex-repulsed asexual, but I also identify as panromantic.

Have you encountered any kind of ace prejudice or ignorance in your field?  If so, how do you handle it?

I have; people often question how I can be in a relationship if I am unwilling to have sex, or that I just “haven’t found the right person” to have sex with. I’ve received hate for how I identify, particularly as anonymous messages online, and have been rejected as a possible romantic interest because of my orientation. I handle these comments calmly and try to respond by educating the person insulting me to the best of my ability. It doesn’t always work, but I find it’s more effective than losing my cool.

What’s the most common misconception about asexuality that you’ve encountered?

“You can’t be in a romantic relationship without having sex”

What advice would you give to any asexual individuals out there who might be struggling with their orientation?

It’s OK to be confused about it, and it’s OK to not be sexually attracted towards anyone; your identity is what you make of it, and you shouldn’t let other people try to convince you that you are someone you’re not.

Finally, where can people find out more about your work?

You can find me at anonymous-asexual.tumblr.com, where I have links to a few of my other blogs as well. Just look up Luna Tiny, and you should find me pretty easily!

Thank you, Luna, for participating in this interview and this project. It’s very much appreciated.

anonymous asked:

hey, im currently a new artist, and your is amazing, can i ask how you learnt anatomy/proper proportion and stuff like that on male/female? i really need some advice on it since im struggling to draw correct bodies, and you look a pro, thank you!

Lots of practice with drawing from live model and/or reference photos. For quick practice sketches I can highly recommend this yt channel, you may also want to check this post. Basically, it’s just practice, observation and practice again, no shortcuts here.

Thank you! <3

anonymous asked:

Hi homi, I'm sorry to be negative and to fill your ask with depressing shit, but I'm really down atm. My boyfriends just dumped me, my parents are arguing and there are a million other things that are stabbing me in the face right now and I'm getting really depressed. Do you have any suggestions for things that cheer you up? Thank you so much you are such a wonderful person xxx

im really sorry you’re having such a shit time, sincerely
heres some stuff that will hopefully make you feel even a little bit better

try listening to some music! either sad/mellow to comfort yourself or happy and upbeat to raise yourself up, ill give you some of both (8tracks mixes!)

occupy yourself with some light fun movies or tvshows, i recommend HTTYD1&2, Enchanted, Legally Blonde, Robin Hood: Men in Tights (trust me), The Devil Wears Prada, any studio ghibli film!
Daria
, Parks and Recreation, Daily Lives of Highschool Boys, Azumanga Daioh, The Office

watch some youtube vids, here are a couple of channels that i like

treat yourself! you deserve it, buy yourself a fuckload of chocolate (theyre on sale now right??) or splurge on those shoes you’ve had an eye on or idk anything! even if its something small like going to get $4 pancakes from mcdonalds
try to get out of the house, hang out with friends, take your dog on a walk (go on a run?), maybe go see a movie in the cinema
honestly, you know yourself best, and i trust that you will be able to pick yourself up from this, its shit, i know, but im here if you ever wanna talk, on anon or not. and as weak and regurgitated as this sounds, its gonna get better, real soon too, so just focus on taking care of yourself and your comfort

thetaste0fink  asked:

Do you have any art history books that you recommend? I don't know much and really want to learn more.

Hello! I will try to help if I can, my reading is pretty eclectic, although for some reason I think I’ve read more architectural essays than art history books: 

  • Ornament and Crime, Adolf Loos (1910)
  • Towards a New Architecture, Le Corbusier (1923)
  • The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry, Walter Pater (1877)
  • The Gothic Enterprise: A Guide to Understanding the Medieval Cathedral, Robert Scott (2011). This is another architectural book, but through the lens of sociology, it really helped me understand the medieval societies that allowed these amazing churches to be built.
  • Through the Flower: My Struggle as a Woman Artist, Judy Chicago (1975). I actually haven’t read this one myself, but it looks really good. 
  • Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? Linda Nochlin (1971)
  • The Futurist Manifesto, F.T. Marinetti (1909)
  • On the Spiritual in Art, Wassily Kandinsky (1917)
  • Ten O’Clock lecture by James McNeill Whistler (1885)
  • Any of van Gogh’s letters, I cannot recommend them highly enough.

Really, I would recommend any manifestos you can get your hands on—you should be able to access most of those online. Depending on how defined your interests in art are, a general art history textbook might be a good place to start, too. A lot of them tend to just focus on primarily European artwork, though, so keep that in mind when you’re trying to find a good one. 

I wish I could help more, my main areas of interest are from the nineteenth century onward. If anyone has any recommendations, please feel free to add onto this list. 

Charms came in and they look AMAZING. Ink It Labs did a ridiculous job and I cannot recommend them highly enough. Their customer service was excellent and they really do look professional. 

These BBz will be available at Wondercon starting tomorrow, and all extras will go up on my ETSY store :)

Reminder, I’m in Artists Alley at A-54!!!