posted without permission

Important!!! Dear Anon,

(ooc: To the lovely anon who did the talent show and won third place, I am so very proud of you, I watched your performance and you were so good!!! I wanted to know if it would be alright with you to post it? It’s ok if not, I just thought you were so lovely, I wanted to share how proud I was!~ Let me know anyway you feel comfortable, dear, I won’t post without permission from you!~)

This is officially the most effort I have ever put into a shitpost also WARNING IT GETS KINDA LOUD AT THE END

its based off this

@spooks-mc-pooks-esquire sent me this audio and i just had to do this, sorry I know I’ve made like four BATIM posts in a row by now but I swear I’ll draw something else soon


(based off of this post)

Please don’t repost without permission or credit!! It’s not nice

Dropbox is about to kill off part of the internet.


Newer users may not realise that Dropbox once included a “Public” folder for shared links. Everything in that folder got a unique url which could be copied and given to any other individual(s) as a direct link to that content, or which could be embedded into another forum post so that - for example - an image would appear.

Dropbox ended support for a Public folder for new users some years ago, but existing users were assured they could continue to use theirs. There are now millions of links on the internet which are from Dropbox users’ Public folders.

Now Dropbox are discontinuing the Public folder for ALL users. If this wasn’t bad enough (after the promises which were made), Dropbox are refusing to ‘grandfather’ (i.e. preserve) the links that are already out there, even after they end support for all Public folders. All such links will, overnight, become ‘dead’, wherever they are on the internet.

Dropbox refuse to explain WHY they will not preserve existing links, refuse to enter into discussion about this, and refuse even to explain WHY they won’t discuss it. They’ve also been heavily censoring any discussion of this on their own forums: deleting threads to make it look like there’s less of an organized outcry, editing other user’s posts without their permission to say completely different things than they originally did, deleting posts altogether. They only stopped doing this once it was pointed out that people with e-mail subscriptions to the topic (such as myself), could see and had evidence of what they were doing. 

Dropbox is a shady company that continues to lie to its users, won’t offer any recompense to the PAYING CUSTOMERS who use this feature that they were PROMISED, and is destroying tens of thousands of people’s real work, from college professors to small businesses. 

Do me a favor, and spread this. Drop dropbox. 


Yo buddies, here are my samples for @tsumire0301​, @jearwork​ and mine Lazuli Family zine “Lapis and Peridot: wife and wife family life”!

Only my samples are in english but the whole anthology zine it’s in chinese!, this is thanks to them /// i really appreciate their support and patience.

This is my very first doujin btw (yes, zine/anthology/doujin… Comic), and it was an adventure making it wwww

It’s a Taiwan Exclusive fanzine ;o for now

About this amazing cover, actually we worked all together to make it possible✨

Sketch: Me
Lineart: Tsumi 
Background + Color: Jear

btw, fun fact:Turquoise could be harsh asshole to peri but she’s all sweet to Lapis, but this doesn’t mean she doesn’t care about her peri mom, she care about her as much as lapis mom.

friendly reminder

that re-posting someone’s artwork without their permission is not “helping them” or “showing your appreciation” it’s straight up theft. You are stealing. End of discussion. “Fair use” does not protect you. Crediting does not protect you or make you any less of a thief.

And if an artist comes to you and asks you to take it down and your first response is to be an utter prick and go on about what ~you~ are doing for ~them~ then go step on a lego you entitled little shit.

(feel free to translate this because this problem is with more than just English speakers)