i needed to do my drawing homework


TFBW characters… and my new kid.
I am so in love with this game.
Maybe I will color them… but I don’t have that much time. I need to do a lot of homework. I want to work on my AU and more digital drawings…..

Shinsou Hitoshi // BNHA Self-Indulgent Halloween Edition

I’m high on sleep-deprivation and Red Bull right now… I should be catching up on programming homework but….. *shrugs into another universe*

I’m just way too excited for Halloween. I’ve been excited for it since June.

This started out as a traditional sketch. I’m such a pansy when it comes to color, so I usually paint it really quickly in Photoshop first to see if I like it. I ended up playing with layered effects instead.

The shirt + choker are inspired by one of my favorite outfits worn by Jimin from BTS.

Did I mention that I’m way too excited for Halloween??? Fan art of characters in Halloween costumes is my absolute fave.

30 Days of Domestic Fluff

I wanted to do a 30 day challenge for my OTP to get over this major writer’s block I have, but couldn’t find many that I really wanted to do, so I made this list. I really just want to write domestic fluff lol

This can be for anything, fandoms or OCs, writing or drawing, and whatever else people want!

  1. Waking Up Together
  2. Morning Routine
  3. Doing Laundry
  4. Night In
  5. Nighttime Routine
  6. Shopping (For Needs)
  7. Exercising
  8. Wearing Each Other’s Clothes
  9. Nursing the Sick One
  10. Hair
  11. Coffee and/or Tea
  12. Cooking Together
  13. Washing Dishes
  14. Homework and/or Job Work
  15. Family Visits
  16. Trying Something New
  17. Kisses
  18. Hugs
  19. Forgetting Something
  20. A Heated Argument
  21. Road Trips
  22. Picnics
  23. Double Date
  24. Shopping (For Fun)
  25. Keeping Plants
  26. Doctor Visits
  27. Pets
  28. Vacation
  29. House Cleaning
  30. I Love You’s

Bitter little elf doesn’t like pretending to be something she’s not


poor josie

which side of the coin are you on?

I really wanna get back into drawing;;;;;;
looooooonnnggggg sighhh ((lies down

anyway, thanks to you guys who still message me and tag me and ahh it just makes me really happy and it gives me loads of energy to continue <3
I will try to get back to you guys soon and answer my asks((


Written Apology

I’ve come out of fic writing retirement to write a fic for @bazinjeanstm! Happy Birthday​! I hope this year is as amazing as you are! And I hope you enjoy this. 

Word count: 3.8k

Warnings: Cursing, uh… mild angst? idk

Summary: (AU wear anything your soulmate writes on themselves appears on your skin.) Baz’s soulmate keeps distracting him by drawing on his hand. 


It’s happening again. Lines are forming all over the back of my hand, starting at my fingers and working their way down. The blue lines bend and curl into abstract patterns. Then suddenly, they stop, only to have other smaller details added to them moments later.

It’s very distracting.

I sigh. Thank Merlin, Snow and Bunce are studying in the library today. I don’t want him to see me like this: distracted and daydreaming about the handsome artist who is going sweep me off my feet one day. Eventually. Hopefully.

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in which michelle jones grew up with dorks for parents and doesn’t want her friends to find out. 

one | two | three | four (THIS ONE!) | five | six | seven | eight | nine

  • michelle absolutely adores her parents. do not get her wrong. they have always been there for her. when she scraped her knee after falling playing tag. when she broke her leg trying to jump from a swing that got too high. when her older brother told her that she was too lame to hang out with him and his friends at his eleventh birthday party. her lower lip trembled as she ran to her father and cried into his arms.
  • they’ve always had her back and have tried to give her the best life they could.
  • that is, except when the opportunity to embarrass her in front of literally anyone arises.
  • “oh, you’ve got to hear this story about michelle when she was seven. she was still wetting the bed, and…”
  • “michelle loves reading. it’s so funny though because she refused to pick up a book for the longest time. until we got her everyone poops!”
  • “she likes being called mj now. but once she said, ‘that’s me. mj jones!’ her father looked at her and laughed. ‘okay michelle jones jones.’ she blushed and ran away. she’s so precious!’
  • “michelle started wearing bras! she resisted at first, but then her best friend got a bra so she just had to do so.”
  • her parents love her. really, they do. it’s just that they think everyone wants to hear about all the stories of michelle growing up and fumbling about, trying to figure out how to be the woman she is today.
  • okay
  • so maybe she’s still fumbling a bit. but no one needs to know that! especially not her father’s boss! or her mother’s coworker! or the lady working at target!
  • they just overshare, and it just so happens they have a lot of information to share about michelle. which would be fine. but usually she’s there and has to endure that moment when the story ends and the person who’s just heard something completely and utterly embarrassing about her glances over, some with a slight red tinge of second hand embarrassment on their cheeks, and give her a once over before smiling briefly and going on with the conversation.
  • so michelle loves her parents. but she tries not to deal with them around other people if she can help it.
  • which is why she is absolutely mortified when they inform her that peter parker and ned leeds are going to be coming over for dinner because it’s about time they met the people she spends so much time with at school.

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chuggyvanessa  asked:

How do you stay motivated when people drags you down ? My father was a good artist but he always makes my art being like shit... Well not only my art he treats me like one... and i never improve, im always scared to draw stuff i cant... do you have some advices ? Tips ?... something That could help me or others in this situation ?

Hi! To be honest, there is rarely any family who would support your artist carrier from the get-go. If any of you have that family, please go up to them and tell them you love them. Now here is the thing: a lot of parents don’t know “How” to support their artist child. And to everyone’s surprise, they think being harsh on you is the best support, thinking that if you can’t even stand this, there is no chance for you to survive in the actual professional industry. But here is one thing that a lot of parents miss out, every artists are super insecure inside, especially as a student. We get critics on our 5 day paintings and 8 hour drawings 24/7 and will keep comparing ourselves to those who we look up to. Most of us are already super harsh on ourselves. But guess what, they will never know until you tell them. Have a conversation time with your parents, tell them that what you need is someone who will fully support you, encourage you on your path and that it hurts to get negative feedback(different from constructive advice) from those who you love the most.

My family, who are very supportive now, has gone through similar things. And I had times when I had to hide my drawings under my text books because my parents thought I wasn’t doing my homework and all I do is drawing comic book characters(although I always did art after I finished my homework and got A in every classes I took). Their words very often hurt my feeling as an artist but we all learned and taught each other how to make things work out.  Let them know that it hurts, tell them that all you need to hear is: “Good job, keep on going. We are all here right behind you.” And that this alone will give you so much power and confidence to march on.

Alright here’s a bunch of doodles from the blogs I see very often on my dash. They’re all amazing so feel free to follow them! 💖 @xxkaibutsukoxx (wanted to draw your other icon but oh boy 😳), @ismoresjunkie, @idioticmoon (I think you had an icon like this before?), @askaltnoodle@theclaradiasblog, @bluebir-2d, @geronimo-s-cadillac, @askalt2d, @gettheokey, @libertycity, @hello-imdan  and @conceitedflower …of course there’s a lot more but I ran out of time and space  😅 Anyways I hope you all have a nice day 💖

During my first year of college, I tried many new things to get out of my comfort zone and learned many life lessons throughout the year.

In high school, I mostly focused on school, running, drawing, my blog (which I started during the middle of 11th grade). I was not really “social”, and only hung out with 1-2 friends at a time. I did really well in all, and I was very happy.

In college, I decided to branch out, since I would describe myself as introverted in high school, I decided to get out of my comfort zone and be more social.

I’m a bioengineering major, entrepreneurship minor, runner for a division 1 cross country and track team, freshman representative for the Chinese Student Association, write articles and take photos for Spoon University, and work in a bioengineering research lab. I was also posting 3 times a day on my blog, and also made sure to post on my food art Instagram every day, and my personal/running Iinstagram every 2-3 days. I barely had time to draw, which is one of my favorite things to do.

I attended a bunch of events first quarter to try something new, and learned that all that social activity took away my time to do things that I am passionate about. I and found myself looking back in high school, and living in the past because I wasn’t as happy. However, that was an important learning experience for myself.  

Here are some life lessons I have learned during my first year of college that I hope helps you.

1. Most important: Never take anything personally. The more people I met, the more I started to realize that you’re just not compatible with some people. Think of it this way: If you know that you are only trying to be friendly, but the other person doesn’t seem to like you, then that is their problem because they’re obviously blind and can’t see your awesomeness. They are not worth your time. Same thing with getting rejected from something. Once you stop taking things personally, I promise you will feel happier because it’s not your fault if you’re just trying to be a good person.

In high school, I never had the desire to branch out and meet new people from my school, therefore, the people whom I hung out with share many similarities with me.

You don’t have to get along with everyone, and you’re not limited to anyone either. Be nice to everyone, because you don’t have time to make enemies and/or deal with drama.

2. People are worried about themselves. I personally don’t think it’s necessary to try so hard to present yourself. People don’t judge you as they may seem to in high school. Everyone’s mostly minding their own business.

3. Find your own method of time management. In college, no one is going to tell you what to do. You can have class from 1-9 hours a day, and you need to plan the rest of your time well.

4. Realize your limits. Everyone has a different limit, and it’s something I believe you should experiment with early on in life to find out.

In high school, I was very successful in running, so everyone seemed to know who I was. I came into college feeling like another face. I was injured, and not doing as well in everything as I would like because I was involved in too many activities. I do believe in trying new things to explore, but realize that you have a limit. Learn to prioritize.

5. Learn to say no. I like to be a nice person, but I also believe that in order to be able to help people, you must take care of yourself first. By spring quarter, I started to feel tired of having to do so many things, so i worked up the courage to say no to some of the things, so I could have more time to study for my test, finish homework, or simply because I need to go run.

Missing a party to study is ok, in fact, no one seems to really care. I never party because I rather study and do quiet activities in my room such as drawing on weekends when I have a little extra time, and my friends understand that. Don’t feel weird if you are not into things that everyone else seems to be, and you don’t have to make yourself do things that you don’t want to (unless it’s school work because you’re here for a degree), either.

6. Don’t let anyone pressure you into doing something. I don’t party or drink. But that doesn’t mean I don’t isolate myself from people who do. I have friends that like to party, but they never force me to do something that I’m not comfortable with. You’re not “weird” if you chose not to drink because your true friends will accept you for who you are.

7. Appreciate your parents. Don’t take them for granted and become friends with them. 

8. Get to know your professors. Don’t be intimidated, they want to help and it’s fun to make friends.

9. Don’t be shy. That’s not how you get what you want. Plus, don’t be afraid to speak in class, and someone probably has the same question.

10. Make friends in classes. You can make great study buddies and share notes when either of you are absent.

11. Use a planner (paper or electronic, whichever you prefer) because physically writing helps you remember things more.

12. Take advantage of your resources such as interlibrary loans, databases, writing centers, tutoring, friends, professors, gym, and anything else.

13. Don’t buy your textbooks from the bookstore since they usually cost more. Get them from a friend, or find them online. 

14. Be confident. Fake it until you make it. That’s how you get many things in life.

15. Prioritize your health. Without it, you have nothing.

16. Make a list of things to always carry with you. For example: Food (quiet food in class), headphones, planner, phone, laptop, gum/mints, chargers, notebooks, etc.

17. Learn to adapt to change. Don’t expect it to be easy. I thought I was a very independent person in high school and that I would love college, but so many things change. I struggled my first quarter, then I got used to the routine. It will be hard at first, but you will learn and grow and become a better and more mature person than you were before.

18. Don’t be afraid to try new things. The more you know about yourself, the better equipped you are to make decisions about what you want in your life.

I have more life tips here!

How to Study Effectively

How to be Happy

How to be Productive and Achieve your Goals

How to Start a Healthy Lifestyle

How to Start Running