lessons from the pros

famous artists ask

picasso: would you rather sleep on the moon with a stardust dress or on a tiny flower with a sunflower dress?
van gogh: where is your go-to positive place when you’re feeling down/sad and what do you usually do?
warhol: what is something that you possess that you’ll never give away/sell despite how much the cost?
da vinci: describe your dream wedding.
monet: where will you take your significant other in a date?
kahlo: what is a pro-tip/lesson that you learned from your past?
michelangelo: do you show your teeth when you smile? do you squint your eyes?
matisse: how do you express your love to your friends/family/significant other?
kandinsky: would you rather be a silky angel or a lacy princess… or a princess angel?
degas: in a garden full of all sorts of flowers, which one will you pick?
klee: in a library full of books, which five will you never get sick of rereading?
klimt: how many languages do you speak? what is/are it/they?
seurat: if you can wear only one color with different shades for the rest of your life, which one is it, and why?
vermeer: which of your qualities make you a dream girl?
harring: what is your all-time favorite band, movie, and painting?
munch: what is your medium in art? is that medium your first love?
renoir: is you heart occupied right now? describe him/her/them.
gauguin: what is one thing that reminds you of childhood?
manet: describe your ultimate summer get-away!
botticelli: what is that one moment in your life that makes you feel proud?
cézanne: what is your favorite christmas cookie?

  • Licht: [About Hyde] What a weirdo. I can't believe I'm going to make out with him.
  • Mahiru: Well... you don't have to.
  • Licht: Nah, I'm gonna.

adrieur  asked:

Did you ever take some comics lesson? Because whenever i see and read it, it feels like everything has been made on some purpose ^o^ YOU FEEL SO PRO *~(^.^)~*

Oh my god, I’m so NOT a pro ! XD please don’t take any lesson from me ! I mean, I’m doing all the page with a very basic schedule, with rectangular panels and simple readout scheme. I mean… it’s readable but not extraordinary. If you want a really good example of a good utilisation of panels, go checking out the comic of @allesiathehedge

And no, never taked any comics lesson… is comics lesson is even a thing ? XD