must be 18

anonymous asked:

Considering they recently changed the Gullruten nomination rules from "must be 18+" to "must have been born in 2001 or earlier", I'm like 99% positive there's a nom coming Tarjei's way. I really hope he actually gets the award too, he deserves all the praise and recognition for the work he did in season 3.

Hiya anon! Ah yes, I’ve seen that as well. I’m quite certain the Gullruten committee can’t ignore the public reaction in regards to Tarjei here. Look, I don’t know about Norway, but I feel that in most European countries outstanding actors only come by every once in a while (in contrast to USA/UK, which have a lot of worthy actors because that’s where the business is.) Scandinavian countries do have a big fondness and aptitude for thrillers/detectives, so SKAM in itself is already quite unique in the industry. Moreover, the series has been brought into international light this past season and has won awards before. So I think that he will indeed get a nomination, at the very least, and I would hope that he wins as well. Norway seems to have a lot of goodwill towards SKAM (plus including SKAM will only bring in more viewers for the award show haha). 

But, in the end: winning such an award at such a young age will only help further his acting career, and Tarjei would so deserve to have it! Let’s hope that he will not be forgotten. I’m excited to see how far he will go. 

Keep your fan art coming! Contest ends THIS Sunday, 12/18! Winner will get a cabin for 2 for aboard the Walker Stalker Cruise!

As a reminder, here’s how to enter:

- You must be a follower of walker stalker and have a tumblr account to submit.
- All the drawings, artwork and other creations must be 100% made by you.
- Artwork cannot mention any copy-written items or entities.
- All posts will be approved before being live on the site.
- Approved artwork might take between 3-5 days to be posted on the site, so please be patient.
- Contest winner will receive 1 oceanview cabin for two on The Walker Stalker Cruise sailing February 3rd-6th, 2017. Airfare and hotel accommodations are NOT included.
- Winner must be 18+ to enter. If winner is under 21 years of age, they will need to be accompanied by an adult 21+
- You grant Walker Stalker and Sixthman the royalty-free right (but not the obligation) to use your artwork, name and profile photo in any and all media, including advertising and promotion.
- Official Terms & Conditions:


Hi lovelies! I’m happy to announce my latest giveaway! I’d like to thank all of my wonderful and supportive followers, you all mean so much to me!

- two beautiful quartz crystal obelisks
- one blue sage bundle
- one citrine obelisk
- one copy of wreck this journal
- two amethyst wands
- one silver & amethyst point pendant
- one wooden incense holder
- 20 sticks of Wild Berry Incense (10 tranquility, 10 sensuality)
- one bag of your favorite candy :-)

Giveaway Rules:
- you must be 18 years old or have parent/guardian permission
- you must be following me
- if you win, you must be willing to give me your address
- no giveaway blogs
- you can reblog as many times as you like, each one counts as an entry, but please be courteous and don’t spam your followers
- likes can be used to bookmark this post, but not as an entry
- giveaway ends on march 31st, 2017
- following my instagram @thenotoriousroz counts as two entries, please message me if you follow so i can keep a list!

Thank you so much for entering, good luck! If you have any questions at all please message me.


Lux’s ‘Cosmic witch starter kit’ Giveaway!

☽Star Magic by Sandra Kynes
☽A constellation notebook
My Lavender Stardust blend charged under the upcoming full moon
My Twilight black salt charged under the upcoming full moon
My Prosperity Stardust blend charged under the upcoming pull moon
☽A jar of lavender buds
☽Blue goldstone necklace
☽Moon & space necklace
☽LED lights

Must be following me, reblog to enter, don’t spam me with reblogs, 18 or have parents consent, international, ends February 28th 2017. Tumblr is in no way affiliated with this giveaway. If reblogging to a sideblog, put in the tags which blog you are following from. Good luck!


Hey folks! As has become customary around here, to celebrate the introduction of a new entry to Moss of the Woods, I’m going to do a little giveaway for one of my new plant pendulums!

The giveaway will run from now until Wednesday, March 1st.

Here’s the rules:

  • Must be 18+ to join (sorry, Tumblr rules and also the law).
  • Must have an open ask box for me to contact you if you win.
  • Must be following this blog.
  • Please do not tag as “giveaway” or it may be automatically purged.
  • If you reblog to a side blog please include the blog you follow from in the tags
  • Please, if you would, tag it as “entry” (or something else) just in case the notes are partially hidden, it’s a secondary way to see all the names.
  • Please don’t spam entries or I won’t count them all.
  • Explicitly hateful blogs will be discounted and blocked.
  • This giveaway is run independently and not affiliated with Tumblr in any way.

That’s it! Good luck all and thank you so much for your support!

I’m back with another one :’) Okay, so this giveaway is just to support BTS. You guys probably already heard about their donation for the tragedy that occurred. Therefore, I wanted to support them and spread some love ♡ I will be giving away 4 WINGS: You Never Walk Alone albums. Two of the left version and two of the right version. There will be 4 winners, one for each album. Let’s continue on to love and support our amazing boys! (banner by: @busanie ♥)

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iwantcupcakes’ Iron Man Christmas giveaway

Iron Man’s colors are red and gold.  Two of the three colors of Christmas are red and gold.  Coincidence? Well … yeah.

My first giveaway went ok so I’ve been thinking about doing it again with some duplicate Iron Man merch that I don’t need.  It happens to be the holiday season so it’s the perfect time.

All of these are new and in their original packaging–.

  • Iron Man convertible backpack from ThinkGeek
  • iHome Iron Man rechargeable AUX speaker
  • Captain America: Civil War Iron Man 4″ die-cast metal figure by Jada
  • Iron Man “character containers” candy + stickers pack

Items as pictured above. In order to enter–  

  1. Reblog this post.
  2. Reblogs and likes both count.
  3. Ideally must be 18 or older.

Please, I really don’t want folks to click the “follow” button just because I’m giving away free shit.  Following me, while cool, is absolutely not required.

The winner will be chosen by 9pm CST on 12/16/2016.  I’ll contact the winner ASAP; if no response in 12 hours, I’ll pick a different one.

If you have questions, feel free to ask.

Them: Sombra can’t be 30! She must be 18! She looks way younger than 30!

Beyonce: 35 years old.

Originally posted by causeislay

Anna Kendrick: 31 years old.

Originally posted by hedaboobs

Sarah Shahi: 36 years old.

Originally posted by anh62950

Gal Gadot: 31 years old.

Originally posted by e-v-i-l-angel

Saying they look old? Or can’t be athletic because they’re 30?

Why your art isn’t getting attention from professional clients. | Insight from a client’s perspective.

So a lot of you guys don’t know this, because I don’t like to show my hand, but I am actually an author and the leader of an independent business [we’re JUST getting started so nothing too flashy]; but we’ve got 2 major projects in the works and we’re going to work closely with a lot of artists/designers in the very near future.

As someone who’s been on the “other side” of it, actually seeking professional artists for quite some time, I thought I’d share some insight as to why you’re maybe not getting the responses you want when you submit your portfolio for jobs. 

1: You’re too young.

| When I tell my graphic designer to find an artist, one of the requirements I have is that you must be 18 years or older. I don’t do this to be “ageist”, but there are a lot of things we’d have to take into consideration if we were to work with a minor. Here are just some of my personal reasons why I don’t work with minors.

| +Do you have your parent’s permission? Yes its just drawing, but it’d be frustrating to have to constantly go through your parents every time we wanted to work with you. You are not able to sign any sort of legal documentation [such as a contract to grant us rights to the work] and therefore they’d have to sign for you. 

| +Time vs Workload. In the United States you are legally required to attend school until you are 16/17 years old. You being in class for 8 hours a day, then having homework plus whatever other obligations leaves you a very small window to work for us, vs someone who does artwork full time or controls their own schedule. 

| +Ethics. When adults interact with minors there is a certain set of boundaries and power dynamics that need to be observed. I require anyone who does ongoing work for us to provide a secondary means of communication other than email; this is to make sure we can reach them if there’re any problems. It’d be inappropriate for a high school student [you] to exchange contact information with us, 25-30 year olds. While I know my team and none of them would ever behave inappropriately, this is to protect both us and you. 

So I don’t work with minors period.

2: You require payment up front, but don’t want to sign a contract. 

| When I purchase something online, whether it be from a store’s website or Amazon, I don’t have any problems paying up front. This is because I know it is an accredited retailer with a lot of people and systems in place that ensure I receive what I pay for within a certain window, as required by law. There is also quality control which ensures that I get exactly what I was promised. 

There is no entity that holds you legally accountable aside from me. Even with a contract, the legal process is a strain on time, energy, and resources that could be better spent elsewhere. I’d have to get a lawyer. They’d have to review the contract. They’d have to determine if we have a case. We’d have to wait months for a reply and a court date, then we’d have to show up, and then pay said lawyer: meanwhile for all the time and money spent I could’ve just hired somebody else.

It’s time, its money, its an entire ordeal that isn’t even worth it for whatever work we’re getting 80% of the time anyways. “I promise!” is not sufficient for me to give you a portion of our very limited budget.

If you require your clients to pay anything before you start drawing: expect to sign a contract. 

3: You have no variety/You look just like everyone else.

| I have personally looked through over 140 portfolios submitted to me and I can tell you all but maybe 8 of them: Looked. Exactly. The. Same. Both to each other and to all the other work in your portfolio.

For example: I said I was looking for an anime-style artist for my dark fantasy novel. Every single artist except 8 who showed me their work only had cutesy doe-eyed anime girls posing with pastel colors. They had the same faces, the same body types, the same poses, etc. Which is fine if that what you like to draw. But if you submit to my ad and I’m wondering “okay, but can they do a fight scene? Can they do a different style [chibi? shounen? shojo? etc] What about clothes? Weapons? Different facial expressions? Poses? Different genders? 

[Seriously, why do so many of you only draw young girls/women? 

If I have any male characters (like the protagonist!) then you just disqualified yourself right off the bat! 

Please think about this when you’re putting your portfolio together!] 

Different ages? Different skin tones? Different body types? Hair Textures?” 

- Then I’m going to pick someone else.

No matter what kind of artist you are, variety is so important. Because even if someone says “I need somebody to draw a lamp!” and all you literally draw is lamps- somebody else just submitted a portfolio that looks like an Ikea catalog. Why should I pick your lamps? Especially if all your lamps look the same. If all you draw is one thing and you have no range, it looks amateurish compared to someone who can do what you can plus more.

Telling me “I can draw guys!” when your portfolio doesn’t have one guy in it, vs someone who has male and female characters at the very least- right away I’m looking at them over you. 

| +You never know what someone is looking for. Don’t show them only what you think they’d want to see. It’s always best to show them a little bit of everything you can do. Your portfolio speaks for you. No matter what you tell me, the evidence is right in front of my face. Make sure your portfolio is always an accurate reflection of your skill and range. 

4. You come across as unprofessional.

| This one is a little bit harder to define, but please make sure you present yourself as a professional. Even if you’ve never done this before, approach it like a job interview because it essentially is. 

| +Always use proper spelling/grammar to the best of your ability. At least at first, then once you become more familiar feel free to relax a little. But you want to show people you’re taking this opportunity seriously. Someone who puts effort into their communication vs “lol ok xD” simply looks better. Your personal page/website can have whatever, but the important question you should ask is “how do I want to present myself?” If you come across like you don’t care about whatever you’re doing for me, I’m going to assume you don’t.

| +Keep your page/website active. If your page looks dead then you may get passed over for someone who appears more “present”. It can be as simple as having a blog update every once in a while or uploading a quick sketch of something, or even having a link to a twitter. Something where clients can see “Oh hey, this person is still around.” Even when there’s nothing going on, always try to have recent updates. 

| +Avoid harsh negatives. This is the big secret right here folks! Having your own set of guidelines and boundaries is important for anyone. However, if the first thing someone sees when they go to your page is a giant list of things you “ABSOLUTELY WILL NOT DO!” it makes you appear inflexible. 

A technique I suggest is one I call the “vague refusal”, at least when it comes to professional quarries. Instead of, for example, “NO PORN” a better phrase is “Unfortunately, I’m unable to accept work with sexually explicit themes at this time; however feel free to contact me with any other ideas you have!” This communicates 3 very important things.

|++1: That you understand and sympathize with the client’s needs [Even if you don’t really].

|++2: That you are not necessarily unWILLing, but unABLE [wording is important!]. Even if you’re unable because you’re unwilling- never say you wont, only that you cant. If they ask why then feel free to say whatever, but if a client is professional then they will not challenge your refusal.

|++3: That although you cannot do those things, there are lots of other things you CAN do, and you invite clients to approach you.

[This is a technique often used when it comes to rejection emails.]

“Hi Sarah! Thank you for your interest in a position at ___. Unfortunately we are UNABLE to offer you a position AT THIS TIME, however we will keep your application on file and encourage you to seek employment with us in the future.”

5. You can’t meet their needs.

| Sometimes you just aren’t what they need right now. Maybe your style isn’t what they’re looking for, maybe your price is outside of their budget, or maybe they need more done than your schedule allows for. Chances are it has nothing to do with you personally and it doesn’t mean you’re a bad artist. It just means that they’re looking for a very specific person right now and you simply aren’t that person. Keep drawing! Keep your portfolio up to date! Practice with expanding your range! 

In Closing

I wanted to write this to give a little bit of insight to what goes on in mind of a client who’s looking through your work. Whenever an ad is posted we get hundreds of submissions so it really becomes a game of choosing people who have that perfect storm of prices, quality, and professionalism. Hopefully you guys find this helpful! I had a lot of fun writing it. 

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500 Follower Furby Giveaway!

Well, it’s not spring quite yet as you can see from the snow in background, but spring is right around the corner, so I’m holding a giveaway for a limited edition Easter/Spring 2000 Furby. This Furby is used, but works like a charm and its tag labels it as number 14,419 out of 250,000! The winner will receive the Furby pictured.


1. Reblog to enter, only reblogs count as entries.

2. You may reblog multiple times for multiple entries, but the limit is once per day. 

3. No giveaway blogs.

4. You don’t need to be following me to enter, but new followers are always appreciated!

5. I will ship worldwide and cover the cost of shipping myself. 

6. You must be 18+ or have permission of a parent/guardian in order to enter. 

7. A winner will chosen via random number generator on March 20th, 2017 (the first day of spring) and no entries will be accepted after that point.

8. Have fun!