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now that summer has come, i am now (for the first time, so if i mess something up then lmk) open for commissions! if you’re interested, contact me via twitter DMs, tumblr IMs, or send me an email at steviegrayart@gmail.com and pay me via paypal! (please pay first, if not then i won’t do it) please provide me with proper references with what you want (a reference sheet for your OC, pictures of any characters, etc.) if you would like more examples of my art look here!

things i will draw:

  • fanart
  • OC’s
  • shipping (as long as it isn’t pedophilia/incest/etc.)
  • anthros/furries
  • simple backgrounds
  • portraits

things i won’t draw:

  • NSFW/kinks/fetishes
  • heavy gore/violence (light blood is fine)
  • complex mechs
  • complex backgrounds
  • really i have the right to deny anything that makes me uncomfortable or that i disagree with

for now i am starting with 10 slots! (this will be updated as i go on)

  1. trashasaurusrex
  2. red-velvet-panda
  3. villagerboy527
  4. judylaverenhopps
  5. jman0525
  6. agentsgrucy
  7. drstockholm



and lastly if you can’t commission me for any reason a simple reblog to boost this is just as appreciated! thank you and have a good day <3

calling Shiro space dad is Coran erasure so jot that down 

real talk about alicia clark in 3x05 for a second and how this arc of hers is actually a brilliant piece of storytelling like… 

if ftwd was a classic literature novel, your 11th grade english lit teacher would be lecturing on how alicia clark’s self-destructive spiral is an allegory for the millennial let down and apathy of the 21st century.

alicia clark grew up as an upper middle class millennial, in a nice suburb home, with a nice, seemingly well-rounded nuclear family. she and nick probably played little league soccer and have a box in the attic of old metallic plastic trophies.

she tuned out her world in favor of her ipod, lost herself in her studies because she was college would be the key to getting whatever she wanted out of life.

and now? all that pretty, painted ‘you can be whatever you want when you grow up! you can change the world!’ bullshit has been ripped away from her worldview and she sees the truth.

alicia clark could be a normal twenty-something going through her quarter crisis. useless college degree that put her tens of thousands of dollars in debt, dreams of saving the whales and ending world hunger crushed for the monotony of filing papers and learning microsoft excel.

english teacher’s lecture? all those zombies are corporate workers, dragging ass all day to get no where. lost in capitalism, in the draw of their cell phones. no recognition of the world around them, just consume, consume, consume…

alicia clark’s existential crisis is great television because it’s fucking relatable. all the pleasure has been sucked out her life in favor of survival. while she runs from zombies, we’ve got master’s-educated people working for minimum wage (or less). we’ve got brilliant young men and women who are always one mistake away from living on the streets or going without food this month. (or one congressman away from losing our health coverage for vital, lifesaving medications.)

it feels like it’ll never end. the struggle just brings more struggle. there’s little hope.

she tries drugs and sex and activities like cliff diving to feel something, to enjoy a moment in her miserable fucking existence. we… also do drugs and have sex and enjoy high-adrenaline activities lol, but additionally have the luxury of shit like enjoying our avocado toast and sending snapchat videos with silly dog filters and playing pokemon go for 8 hours a day, because if you can’t fucking get anywhere with the skills and degree that you worked on your whole life, at least you can smile for a moment when you finally evolve your bulbasaur.

idk, alicia clark’s existential crisis is brilliant and i’m loving it. rock on, my broken lil bean.

rilamelafin  asked:

If you've answered this before, I apologize. But I was wondering why you aren't doing anything related to the CGI show for Ladybug? I saw you mention it in your last response to an ask and it got me curious.

it just became a lot of pressure and i’m extremely tired. 

in short, the current version of ML isn’t what i signed up for. i became a fan when the PV was all fans really had to base expectations on - as in, when there was no evidence yet of the show going from a heavy, atmospheric story for a teen audience to a bright, peppy saturday morning cartoon for little kids. it’s a decent enough show the way it is now, but i’ve given up on trying to enjoy it as much as i loved the PV. i just don’t.

there’s also the issue of how popular my blog became because i was posting so much ML while it was in production - again, before anyone knew it had changed so much. i tried to balance things between PV and CGI content when it came to light that they weren’t the same thing any more, but a good percentage of the fandom (and astruc himself) have behaved absolutely appallingly when it comes to accepting the PV as an extension to the ML universe. getting literal hate mail along with watching other people on this side of the fandom be bullied (not to mention all the rampant art theft going on) simply for liking the production concepts really soured me to the culture built up around the CGI show, and earlier in the year it was depressing me to the point of finally needing to just let that culture go

cutting ties and stepping back took an enormous weight off my chest, and made me both far happier and mentally healthier. i shook off the sickening feeling of obligation to produce content that people wanted from me in favour of doing what i wanted - and that was devoting my fandom interaction exclusively to the PV, which was what i have always loved the most, and work on promoting enjoyment and inclusiveness of it to other fans. i still enjoy the CGI show and will probably watch season 2 whenever it arrives, but i’m not planning on discussing it with anyone except personal friends or otherwise creating any more content for that side of the fandom.

it might change in the future when i’m more comfortable (i did put out a piece with adrien and felix a little while ago to test the waters, but i don’t feel it’s the right time yet), we’ll see. until then i’d be grateful if no one pushed me to draw more in that area because it’s only going to hurt the recovery time. 

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When I find my piece of mind, torture me. 💋

dailymotion

Best Singing Compilation - Miyano Mamoru: Vocal King (~GENERATING!~ Edition). ♡

i just saw the HD picture of tony’s new armor and QUESTION are those lines on the shoulder plates and things going to glow (if at all) blue in the actual movie??? or gold?? this is Important i need to know immediately bc depending on the color that thing kind of reminds me of three particular armors

Not sure if anyone has thought of this yet, but...

I’ve been thinking about this for awhile and, quite honestly, breaking my damn heart and need to share the pain! You see, I’ve always been drawn to this certain scene from the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie:

Specifically, that little device the prisoner is using and what it’s purpose seems to be. It’s purpose seems to be to project the users memories or mental images that the user wishes to see and in this prisoner’s case, her family that she was separated from or was killed by Ronan/Thanos. We can also assume that this device seems to be pretty common within the galaxy. Since the guards would allow a prisoner to have it in such a high security prison like the Kyln, we can also guess its pretty harmless. What I’m getting at is that what if Peter or Kraglin end up getting one of these doodads in order to help them grieve after the events of Vol. 2 . Peter would use it to remember all the good times he had with Yondu (i.e. when Yondu taught him to fly or shoot). Then there’s also Kraglin. Oh boy. He would not only remember all the good times he had with his captain (like when he was first recruited into Yondu’s crew, the times at the bar, etc.), but I can also see him using it to remember all his Ravager friends that were killed during the mutiny, who he had to watch die quite horribly and he was powerless to do anything or he would’ve been killed himself.

Then there are the times early on where the grief seems to be hitting both Peter and Kraglin pretty hard. Which leads to the two going into a secluded room with this machine and they begin to relive shared memories they may have of Yondu together and even talk to each other of a certain memory they really cherish. Crying, laughing, and just having general fondness for each others memories of their beloved Captain Yondu Udonta.