my best human

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Human versions of Mae and Bea, two nerds in love

Looks like I actually did art for once (weird) still working on that voltron piece tho  I loved this game, and I loved Bea so much that I had to draw these two

tbh I always imagined Bea with tattoo sleeves and Mae constantly covered in small injuries because CRIMES 

Bonus + Germ:

^ from here

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Once Ambulante came as a festival and established a network of connections with the audience, it’d be absurd not to keep on going. It’d also be very sad to live in that reality of contrasts where for three months you watch the most important documentaries and then it disappears for the rest of the year.

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harrison osterfield as johnny storm 🔥

originally posted on my instagram (and haz liked it!) (:

please don’t repost.

anonymous asked:

Hey uh.. not to bother you by any means.. but can I get a link to those tips for drawing people crying you did once?? I looked through all the tags and couldn't find it myself, sorry..

Oh, it’s no bother! http://whatisthiscutenonsense.tumblr.com/post/147379834506/eruhamster-retroautomaton-some-crying-tips 

But honestly, I’m not actually too happy with those anymore. They’re pretty old. I still sort of hold the same value when I draw them, but here’s some more updated tips, if that’s alright. 

One of the biggest complaints I got with those tips was that just a single tear is good enough. Well yes and no. Tears are just a helpful tool, and of course not everyone cries the same, so yes, a single tear can be just as impactful, as long as your emotion and context carries the message. 

On the opposite end of the spectrum, there’s heavy crying. And this can take many forms. Again, the face has to carry the intensity of the emotion; the tears are just there to emphasize it. More intensity, (for some people) does tend to include more liquids and leaking. 

And of course none of it has to be perfect or even. As I love to touch on, crying is messy and ugly. It brings out the most strained emotions. So none of it has to be symmetrical to get the point across- if anything, it gives it more movement. 

I of course draw in a more cartoony fashion, so if you did want to go on the more realistic end of the spectrum, you can focus on the actual physics of tears and how they act and react on the face. More realistically, they come from the inner eye, and are much smaller. They tend to fall in wayward paths, slowly, but  sperraticly, and in droplets or thin streams. You can also add streak marks and flush up the face, depending on the subject. 

I’m glad you liked my old tips, and I hope these new ones help! 

Betty, don’t do that. Don’t give up. Your family is definitely splintering right now, but it won’t fall apart because of you. Because you’re holding them together. You’re so much stronger than all of the white noise. You’re stronger than your mother, you’re stronger than your father. You’re holding this family together. So don’t…don’t let go.
—  Jughead Jones