The year is 2020 and we’re all here watching NCT promoting their 5th full length album and we still call them rookies, little babies and cupcakes when they’re no longer rookies but grown up men with silly attitudes. And then we watch the
MAMA awards and we are all crying because we realised that we have been here with them since the beginning. And we cry more and more and then we realise one more thing. It’s 2020 and SM will debut a new boy-group as he always does every 4 years. And we cry harder and our boys tutor the new rookies and we all cry because of happiness. Let’s make this happen, let’s make NCT the greatest of all time. Let’s make them take over the world! NCT FIGHTING!
Any advice for someone who's lacking creative inspiration st the moment?
There really is not advice I can give, other than that Habit will trump Inspiration and Motivation.
For example: For a few months I lacked all inspiration on commissions. No matter what I did, I wasn’t happy with the result. I drew, erased, restarted so many times. It was extremely stressful. But you all still saw art from me - personal art, yes, but art nonetheless. I couldn’t let this mental block harm my workflow or make me rusty. And something happened - out of those sketches and drawings I began to find little things to spark back my desire to work on projects and have the confidence to accept massive projects like the Extra Life poster. It may not have been an immediate fix, but it sure saw results.
I guess what I’m trying to say is this: inspiration and the desire to create comes and goes. What you can’t fault is habit; and from habit comes work. If you’re having a mental block on projects like I had, don’t try and tackle huge things all at once or feel like you’ve failed when you can’t. Take it a little at a time, work steadily. But what you should do is always try to create something at least once a day, even if it’s small or quick. I promise you, your brain will start to click into work mode. And for artists, work mode is creative mode.
there should be a two year period after high school where it is socially expected that kids not work or go to school or do anything but take road trips, read books, meet new people, and take lots of pictures
To Amy, The Doctor is asking a virtual stranger to give her a hug as poor attempt at comforting her (which Amy instinctively turns defensive over), but during this whole episode when River is sticking up for Amy, comforting her, and helping her, she’s doing all that for her mother.
No offense but where is my Wolves music video set in the 1940′s with the boys in slicked back hair and vintage suits doing the swing dance at a crowded party and all chasing after some elusive girl before they bump into each other and end up just dancing with each other instead