things are gonna get better better better better

hey, remember when lars:
  • obviously had social anxiety issues and desperately wanted the cool kids to accept him and to fit in
  • didn’t exactly get along on the best of terms with steven, but still wasn’t a complete asshole to him (was visibly apologetic when he made steven angry for insulting his mom, smiled and returned the chest high-five steven gave him)
  • was, as a kid in the flashback in horror club, shown as kind towards ronaldo and accidentally, not on purpose, tore his picture apart due to his major self-esteem issues
  • actually attempted to credit steven for saving the cool kids from rose’s moss despite the fact that he could have taken all the credit due to his desire to be accepted and thought of highly by the cool kids
  • was shown having hidden talents, such as cooking
  • got genuinely concerned over spilling coffee on garnet in the episode future vision and asked if she was okay

had a jerkish, standoffish personality but obviously had many self-esteem related issues underneath it all that could have potentially been fleshed out and allow him to grow to become a wiser, well-rounded character and realize that it’s okay to be yourself? i miss that lars


I have like twelve inappropriate jokes that I’m not gonna say. - Chris Evans


Except for the heart-shaped hole where the hope runs out


I drew Credence to inaugurate my new sketchbook and ease myself back into watercolors and painting again. I love him. 

art blog : kallisto-b


starlight, firelight

All the times Trump cared about himself (or the four Black people he knows) more than Black History Month.

By now, I’m sure y’all have seen some of the tweets and memes about Trump having absolutely no idea who Frederick Douglass is.

But have you seen his little speech though?  Because I’ve never seen someone take a speech about Black History Month and turn it into whining about how they were persecuted by Fake News.

Here’s the transcript if you can’t bear to watch Lil Baby Cheeto Prez.  I'ma just bold the parts that have absolutely nothing to do with Black History Month…even though it’s Black History Month.

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I’m still not over Gravity Falls, and I probably never will be. Get ready for an essay, friends.

Before “Take Back the Falls” aired I was a little afraid my interest in Gravity Falls would die out. Sure, it was my favorite show by about thirty orders of magnitude. Sure, I’d gotten into it in a way I’d never gotten into a tv show before. That didn’t count as insurance. I’d fallen in and out of love with stories—especially shows, which aren’t really my thing—before. But you know what? I don’t think I’m ever going to stop loving Gravity Falls, because every time I think about watching any given episode, I feel the same sort of pang I get when I read Thorin’s last line in The Hobbit or hear the opening notes of “When You Wish Upon a Star”—because every time I try to pick Gravity Falls apart, I’m more wowed by what Hirsch and his team managed to do.

I just—okay, let’s look at something really simple, something which, in a lesser show, would have been really cool, but still only that; cool. In episode 1, “Tourist Trapped,” we’re presented with an unspoken question. Well, all right, we’re presented with a couple dozen unspoken questions, but I’m only going to focus on one. Dipper finds a journal in the woods. He opens the front cover and sees the words “Property of…,” with the space underneath for the name ripped out. Who is the author of the journal? We don’t know. Cue giant mystery number one. Fast forward to the end of “Not What He Seems.” A mysterious figure steps out of the portal. The kids ask who it is. Stan’s reply: “The Author of the Journals—my brother.”

So there you are. It took almost three years, thirty-one episodes, and a whole bunch of hints and clues, but we finally, finally got the answer to one of the first and certainly one of the biggest questions of the show.

Except … not really.

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So…. I used to challenge myself with pretty big pictures or long series of pictures some years ago, and while it was a lot of work, I miss that feeling of accomplishment when I would reach the end. Been kind of lazy with my art recently, so I’ve decided to try and challenge myself again: I’m gonna be drawing every single character from Undertale, which I recently played for the first time and really liked! 

Let’s see how long I last or if I give up halfway through lmao

#1 - Froggit & Whimsun

2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8

anonymous asked:

YOU SHIP QROWIN OH MYGOD - ahem. Can we expect more art of them in the future ??? :D

YOU’D BE SURPRISED because I definitely will spam a lot of them

Have a charity ball AU thing where our fav snowbirds is stuck and forced to call it truce for a night (the peace of both kingdoms is at sake so they better act like mature adults they’re supposed to be for once)

Then things start getting a little worked up

there is NEARLY 7k views on my sketchbook video and im like where the fuck are all these people coming from because it sure isn’t my tumblr. like damn. i’m excited to finish my current book so i can film another video!!! also. i need to get my other videos edited and post them.

anonymous asked:

I came out to my best friends.. and they aren't talking to me anymore. I kinda was scrolling and found your blog and I freaking love it. Has something like this ever happen to you? How do I deal with this? I'm so sad I don't know what to do.

Thank you Anon! I’m glad to hear you like my blog!

As for your friends? If they stopped talking to you because you came out, they aren’t your friends. Trust me, I’ve been in this exact situation before and I know how hard it is to come to this realization, but sometimes it’s what you need. 

A friend is someone who will support you both at your best and your worst, not someone who judges you for something as simple as being yourself.

Years ago, when I came out to people I thought were my friends about questioning my identity, I was faced with judgement and rejection, and that was really hard. But when things like this happen, you need to understand that you deserve better and there’s nothing stopping you from seeking support from others. Don’t be afraid to branch out and surround yourself with people who truly care about you and support you unconditionally. Yeah it seems hard, but it’s surprising because sometimes it comes from where you least expect it. So keep your heart open and your head high!


some shartlyn edits I spent way too much time on for how bad they came out