improvement is a good thing!

i know i’m in the minority on this site, but i’m actually happy about the disney remakes

anonymous asked:

Would you recommend cc books?

Hm… I actually enjoyed tid and a bit of tmi back in the day (when I was fifteen), even though I don’t like tmi at all now. I wouldn’t say her books are for everyone like most people say. Don’t go expecting too much, but I think there are a few good things. Lady Midnight is an improvement in my opinion, but some things rubbed me the wrong way.
Just don’t expect the greatest books ever or anything, there are a lot of flaws but you might enjoy them.


sketchdump to end 2016!


Strumming my pain with his fingers
Singing my life with his words
Killing me softly with his song

Wowowowow reproduce this art style was super complicated @-@ But as i already said try to reproduce what you like is a really good thing to improve so i’m really happy to have done this! (Even if it’s absolutely not perfect, there are a lot of mistakesss ;w;)
Uhmm what i can say? This way my third favourite scene, the first is when Bum goes outside and listen Sangwoo sing and maybe i will draw that too? In future?? Idk ヾ(〃^∇^)ノ

I will repeat it for the eternity, this manhua is so extremely good ;_;
I’m like “omg this is horrible pls give me more!!!”

I hope you like it and thank you for your support (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

I dont get why more fans dont headcanon ushiwaka as autistic i mean??

Missing social cues :
-he really thinks hes giving oikawa good advice w/ the ‘you should have…’ bc he thinks thats the environment oikawas talent would grow best in
-doesnt get why oikawa gets so mad when he says that
-doesnt get why people get mad when he’s overly blunt and inconsiderate of others feelings/circumstances when he speaks
-doesnt catch sarcasm, misses jokes

Special interest:
-in canon, volleyball, all he really cares about is whether he can play, if his opponents are any good, improving is the most important thing to him so he sees it as naturally important to everyone around him too
-in fanon, gardening, linking everything back to analogies to express his sentiments, ideas and feelings.

Probably more stuff idk im typing this as it occurs to me bc ive been in the car for 8hrs feel free to add to this but idg why people only meantion kenma when it comes to autistic character headcanons.

So, what if, instead of thinking about solving your whole life, you just think about adding additional good things. One at a time. Just let your pile of good things grow.
—  Rainbow Rowell, Attachments  

It’s an important tool for an artist. I say “tool” because it’s something that takes time to use properly. Your attitude as an artist will determine how you look at your own work and the work of others. 

Here are some things I’ve done and/ or said to myself to build a more positive attitude towards my own art (in no particular order).

  • Be honest with yourself. Always. 
  • TRUST people that give you honest critique. Listen to what they have to say. 
  • There are things you can improve on AS WELL AS things you are GOOD at. It’s alright to be proud of yourself every now and then.
  • There’s no shame in asking for help. There are plenty of other artists out there that have struggled the same way you are now and ware willing to impart their wisdom onto you. 
  • The more you call yourself a “bad” artist the less time you’re taking to actually improve. 
  • If you can set boundaries for yourself, you can get past them as well. 
  • Don’t let your mistakes overshadow the little victories. 
  • When you find yourself making mistakes, slow down and assess the situation. 
  • It’s totally cool to look up to others but as an artist YOUR SENPAI IS STILL YOUR PEER. You’re both working real hard and deserve an equal amount of respect. 
  • You’re slowly becoming the artist you wish you were years ago. Even if you don’t see it yet. 


And again, I’m just rambling a bit and throwing out a bunch of pep talk stuff. At the end of the day I trust that you know what to do to be a happier artist. 

GM styles by alignment

Lawful Good: kind, always manages to make you grin. Adores roleplay, doesnt focus too heavily on combat but actively works with players to shape the campaign to display their unique talents.

Neutral Good: always patient with their players yet not afraid to punish IC actions realistically and fairly. generally gives constant hints that you probably shouldnt so the thing. very good at improv.

Chaotic Good: Would run World of Darkness so that the players can win if they play their cards well. Enjoys forcing PCs between a rock and a hard place.

Lawful Neutral: Has hardbound copies of every book, generally doesnt allow anything other than stock rules.

True Neutral: Sticks to official campaign modules, usually only GMs when theres nothing planned for the session or nothing was prepared.

Chaotic Neutral: Runs World of Darkness as stock. Lots of house rules. Owns a ‘tears of PCs’ water bottle and numerous evil GM apparel.

Lawful Evil: A ruthless railroader who will crack down on anyone trying to ruin their campaign without mercy. Even still, they are extremely talented GMs and have incredible ways with words.

Neutral Evil: Fudges dice rolls for extra drama, is not nice to new players in order to get them used to the game by fighting fire with fire. Runs a campaign similar to Bloodborne or Dark Souls-style difficulty.

Chaotic Evil: The neckbeard who comes straight from the 'horrible tabletop experiences’ nightmares. Gets inspiration for NPCs from quads on /b/. Defends themself from criticism of jerk behavior by saying that they cant take a joke.

Volley ball might become a thing on this blog, so here is the team setter (let’s hope she won’t fall trying to catch that ball)


First time I cosplayed Gamzee (June 2013) vs Last time I cosplayed Gamzee (January 2016)

Improvement is possible! Just keep practicing and also maybe crying every now and then. Also don’t buy wigs from Party City or you will hate your life.

Bokuto Forgets His Birthday
Bokuto Forgets His Birthday

Bokuto Koutarou: Absolutely not a party owl. Captioning under the cut

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