In this post you’ll find #460 gifs of Daniel Kaluuya from the film Get Out, all made by me. Don’t claim them as your own, don’t use them in gif hunts, don’t edit them without clearing it with me, but otherwise use them however you want. Like/reblog if you’re into it!
“Daddy, wait for me!” You bounded the corner. Dragging a small child size suitcase and doing your best to pull up the extra long sleeves on your arms.
“Munchkin, what are you doin’?” Dean came over to you, leaning against the nearest wall while smiling with his arms crossed.
“I wanna beat up monsters too.” You said energetically. Fully expecting them to let you go.
Sam, came into view. Laughing at the sight before him. There you were. Hair in a messy style from just waking up. Tugging a bag no doubt full of stuffed animals behind you. Wearing one of his flannels which fit like an extra long dress in your tiny body.
“Daddy already talked to you about going. It’s too dangerous, sweetheart.” He crouched down in front of you. Making it so you were near eye level with each other.
“Nuh-uh!” You sassed back at him. “An look, Daddy. My shirt can protected me just like you an Unkie Bean!” Waving your arm and flapping the sleeve, you showed him what you meant.
Both of the boys laughed lightly. Trying to not let you hear in fear of offending your four year old mind.
“Our flannels? How could they protect you?” He reached outward, taking your sleeve and rolling it up so your hands could be used properly.
“Betuz you always wear them and always come back to home. They protected you.” You spoke so innocently. “So they can protected me too, Daddy!” The words giggled off your lips.
“Dad, I think she’s figured out your secret.” Dean piped into the conversation, giving Sam a once raised eyebrow.
“I think you’re right, Dean.” Sam sighed. “You know what that means?” His attention directed towards you.
“What?” You asked with a small twinkle in your eye.
“It means you’re ready to be a hunter like us.” He laughed as you beamed with excitement and joy.
“But there’s rules. You’ve got to start at the beginning where all the big girls start. And soon you’ll be hunting the monsters with uncle and Daddy.” Dean spoke to you as he slipped his jacket on over his own flannel.
“Uncle Cas is going to teach you some hunting skills while we’re gone. Think you can get pass the first part of hunter training?” Eagerly you nodded at Sam.
Without a moment to spare you dropped the handle on your suitcase, letting it hit the ground as your small “combat” boots slapped against the ground as you ran towards the kitchen.
“Cassy! We has to go on a hunt so I can big girl hunt with Daddy and Uncle!” You yelled in a happy yet determined tone.
The only hunting in your future would be Easter Egg hunting.
I had a dream the other night I started another story on my blog, I’ve had a short story idea in my head for a long while so I am going to try and turn it into a small series, it’ll only last a month or two, a summer fling, but it’ll help when I need breaks or time with my Wedlia story. It’ll be lighted-hearted + more girls love as usual. :))
This is a WIP of the lead lady, an editor and an insomniac. [Unedited Photo]
I don’t know how many times I’ve said this, but please.
Stop. reposting. art. 😢
Many of you do this without malicious intent and even think you’re doing us a favor. I understand. You want to share things with the world. But like writing papers, you either need to have permission from the original artist OR you need to cite them (give them credit). Sometimes, an artist will allow either/or. Others, like myself, do not allow art reposted at all, credited or not. Only a certain few have permission and with specific pieces only. Here’s a definition for what art reposts are:
“Saving an image/art into your hard drive/computer/phone as a separate file and then proceeding to upload that file onto your profile(s).”
I’ll be honest. I’m tired. A lot of us are. Artists are constantly facing a battle with art theft and more than half the time, they lose by giving up or they stop making art entirely. I’ve since gotten into a habit of reporting whenever I’m alerted but I have no time to go hunting down for art reposts. Most recently, I experienced a case of an art reposter deliberately hiding their actions behind a private account, which brings me to this post.
First of all, to those who I’ve already reported from, please understand, I am not angry, nor do I hate any of you. I’m simply disappointed and while you may not care how I feel, you have to realize that what you’re doing is technically illegal and against the Terms and Regulations of the websites you re-upload art in. I just want you all to learn/realize that.
And I’m saying this now. It doesn’t matter if you’re using a public or private account.
I have actually experienced a few occasions where a private account follows me and I notice that they appear to be fan-accounts. I’ve tried to ignore those. However, with this most recent issue, I attempted to follow back one of my followers, mostly out of curiosity (and a bit of suspicion). Long story short, I was rejected. In the end I found out that that they had over a thousand posts, majority of which were art reposts, a few from mine, many others from friends and other artists. But based on how I was rejected by the user, it’s clear they did not want me to see any of that (nor do I believe they would allow other original artists to see their account either).
I won’t divulge how I found out or who I’m talking about in confidentiality.
So with that, I’m telling you straight. Just because you’re on a private account does not mean you’re safe from getting caught.
I don’t try to single out anyone regarding this issue. Like I said, I don’t go hunting. So if you find yourself getting reported then, you probably just lucked out, I suppose. At least when it comes to my pieces.
When I report something, it’s simply because I’m a copyright holder and I need to protect my work. I don’t do it out of spite. If anything, I do it to teach. I’d rather see an account change their ways than have their entire Instagram/Youtube account taken down because of multiple copyright violations.
So if you’re one of these people, please, I implore you to take down any artwork that you know is not supposed to be there (i.e the artists do not want their work reposted/You do not have permission to re-upload their work).
Here’s one way to think about this: Artists take time to make their artwork and post it online. You would take *less* time putting an image through a search engine to find the original source of the picture. Just saying! ^^
You. Are. Better. Than. This.
Now, if you have any grievances or comments (say, you’re one of the people I reported from or you’re guilty of reposting art), you may message me on Tumblr. I am opening the floor.
My aunt’s been going through her books so she can give a bunch away to charity (and by a bunch I mean several hundred), so I have free reign over the boxes of volumes she’s filling up!
These are actually only a few of the ones I picked so far… and I’m probably going to go back and hunt for more as I only went through a couple of the containers.
I hope you’re all having a great summer!
PS. I haven’t started my summer assignments yet as my friends are over for a week and I’m super busy, but as soon as I get started I’ll be posting actual school related stuff
“Not that she’s the only mudblood of that waste-of-space house, but she’s the one that stands out. The bludger yet to the chained back into the box, the snitch yet to be caught.” I love that line, but it didn’t fit into the picture, so I mention it now. In fact, I love every line, I really do, I would cite the whole thing, but that’d be pointless. How do you write so well?