I love the way you draw bodies ;w; how did u learn
((ah! thank you and well uh i dont really know i actually look at a lot of reference pictures for the upper body and the lower portion. and i try to replicate them. i also have the habit of staring at people’s bodies irl just to see how bodies work and such. i mean thats how i learn to draw bodies , just use reference pics and i also tend to look at my own body to look at the proportion but really throughout time my skills of drawing bodies develop))
Theory: I’m being mocked by the ghost in our apartment over chiding the others about locking the door.
Never until two months ago did the front door regularly swing open on its own, and it’s been happening in the wake of several of us. One of the times, one of the cats escaped and then realized he was terribly lost, and his howling got our attention and he was SO happy to come back inside. Just now I shut the door but it swung back open for me, too, and the cats were getting curious although at this point they more than know they will not enjoy the outdoor hallway.
Dear ghost, PLEASE stop trying to let the cats loose. They are genuinely unhappy outside of the apartment and it really, really isn’t funny anymore. >_>
The worst trick a childhood anxiety disorder pulls is, you spend your early years being applauded for being so much more mature than your peers, because you aren’t disruptive, you don’t want any kind of attention, you don’t express yourself, you keep yourself to yourself - this makes you a pleasure to have in class, etc etc - and you start to believe it’s virtue. But you’re actually way behind your peers in normal social development, and who knows if you can ever catch up.