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gpf 2k16 banquet

victor: yuuri, how about a glass?

yuuri: i guess a sip won’t hurt

yurio: YUURI NO

victor: YUURI YES

anonymous asked:

hi! i'm really sorry if you've been asked this before, but i was wondering, as an artist how did you find your style? like for a person that is interested in learning how to draw, should they start by trying to draw realistically and at what point should they try to draw in a way that is just their own? if they use other artists as references isn't it possible that they'll just end up developing a style too similar? what was your process? thanks!

I feel like you’re asking the wrong person here (I’m very sorry ;;) as you might see i /heavily/ lack of a coherent art style…

All of these have different coloring and lining I doubt they would be recognized as mine if you found them without knowing the author/signature on them

I basically do whatever I feel like doing and i’m /constantly/ changing this, that, trying this new brush, but also this new type of lineart, but now bigger eyes, smaller noses, more realistic bodies-less realistic bodies… However several months ago someone brought up a very similar question and when I replied with ‘i’m so much of a temperamental artist my butt can’t be quiet in the same style for long’ i got an anon saying the art style is not the formal features of your drawings, but the content of it, the understanding you have of the world which reflects on your art. I think this input was very smart, and very truthful. That made me realize- after being for a year very angry with my own art- i don’t really need to be coherent in formal features. I don’t like it. I like art!! to be an adventure!! To draw whatever, to try anything and making mistakes!!! Being incoherent can play a huge disadvantage on my artistic career but!! Talent is the longest trip!!!!, we must enjoy it!! I find that, at the end, the matter is not about finding an art style but finding what works for you. Art is also an introspective journey, the better you know yourself the better you know what you can improve and what you can use. To get some stability and coherence in your skill, if you lack of spatiality don’t try to draw huge ass super detailed backgrounds? Mm… like… I had a huge breakdown regarding art this year, I didn’t know what I wanted, how I wanted it, why my art was like that, where i was going with this… So I forced myself to start from scratch some things I had assumed as absolute (= body has to follow canon, coloring has to fit inside the lines, there has to be harmonic coherence in the palette, a mistake shows you don’t know how to art) and determined what my art currently had and the values I liked in other art styles. I think my art holds a very important photographic component, I wanted to keep that but with everything looking more delicate, so I have been trying to get there…


So my advice is that you throw out of the window every insecurity you have about the lacks in your art and analyze what it is that you like to draw, and why, and how, and where you found something similar in other artist, and what it is they have that it makes you like their art this much, apply it, twist it, experiment, have fun! It doesn’t matter if your anatomy, coloring, composition aren’t correct as long as it looks coherent put together. And slowly you will start understanding better what you’re doing and how, the tools you’re using, how you could improve, what else you could add…  (㇏(•̀w•́)ノ)

“..cause you believe that it’s a Romeo and Juliet reference, but you don’t get that before you……and then you get the reference”

“And after I’ve climbed up to the balcony I ask you ‘what happens after I’ve saved you?’ And you answer… I save you right back.”

I think that in episode 8 Even describes what happens in the last clip of episode 9… we (and isak) think it’s a romeo and juliet reference but it’s not. Because they don’t die. You’re not alone are the only words we hear in a 6 minutes long clip. With those words Isak is just replying to Even’s question and is saving him right back.
Holster Has Made Out With Everyone 13) Senior Year: Ransom

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“I think you two should make out,” says March.

This is clearly an intervention. April is here, and Bitty perched in a corner of the locker room clutching a tray of mini-pies and looking embarrassed for everybody. Lardo brought her fucking gavel. There is a laptop in the corner, and Holster’s pretty sure someone is going to suggest Skyping Shitty any minute. Chowder’s supportive smile is already looking strained.

The only people in the room that Holster isn’t mad at right now are Nursey and Dex who are ignoring the stupidest ever session of Samwell Men’s Hockey Court to grope each other behind the We Support You Both banner.

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My new neighbours gave me a pumpkin 🎃 as a gift for the holidays so I used it to make two pumpkin pies. One for my family and one as a gift for them. As I whisked together the filling I poured in all the good holiday comforts (and a good 4 cups of sherry) so they should certainly have a lovely holidays 😉

I walked over to their house to give it to them as soon as I popped it out of the oven because there is nothing better then the smell of freshly baked pumpkin pie.

They were so pleased that I used the pumpkin they grew in their garden to make the pie and the kids dove on the pie “can I have some? Can we have some now?” as soon as they carried it in. Australians don’t really have pumpkin pie so it will be new to them ~ hopefully they like it.

~ Marci