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jmeemarie:

color palette project: ginny + 1 and harry + 13

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"I love coffee. I sometimes get excited at night thinking of the coffee I’ll get to drink in the morning. Coffee is reason to wake up. There are other reasons, of course. But coffee is the incentive, at the very least."
~ Annie Clark (via sufjand)

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graphiteknight:

hobbitts:

art

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I made a sequel.

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REALLY IMPORTANT PSA READ IT OK

littleboystardust:

pizzuhut:

From June 28th, Ramadan starts. I, along with my other muslim brothers and sisters, will be fasting.

If you could please tag these things:

  • food
  • water
  • nudity (in any forms)
  • similar to the above, sex/nsfw things

thank you sm have a nice day

are any of my followers fasting for Ramadan? because if so just one of you shoot me a message and I’ll tag all these things!

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ted:

Well, that was easy.

You just learned 8 Chinese words in the cutest way possible.

When TED speaker ShaoLan Hsueh tried to teach her children Chinese, she realized just how hard it is for new learners to grasp. So she created a series of illustrations to make the beautiful, often complex characters easier to remember. It makes learning Chinese … wait for it … Chineasy.

Try Chineasy for yourself and watch her full talk here »

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"A heart’s a heavy burden."
~ Howl’s Moving Castle, 2004  (via koreyan)

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poiv:

My mom’s favorite character is Cho Chang

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percytobiaspotter:

Lee Jordan’s commentary appreciation post

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jubilatio:

sandrarivasart:

(Question from my Ask.fm account)

I’ve been asked a lot about developing styles and improving so I thought I would make an advice comic for you lovelies~ :>

It’s so hard to explain about our development in art styles. We may be influenced by the same things, but how we illustrate, express, and think is completely different. It’s not something you can buy or learn in a class.

Remember that age doesn’t matter and it’s never too late. You can draw whether you’re 30 or 13. You’re still young! And there’s no rush. We learn at our pace and should be proud of ourselves for continuing to draw. Not many people realize that art is a pretty tough field and I know a couple that have given up and chosen other paths.

Improvement will happen if you keep on doing what you love. It will take time but keep practicing and months (or years) from now you’ll be amazed at how much you’ve progressed. Soon your doodles that used to take you 2 hours will take only a minute or less.

But again, you have to just do it. This applies with music, performance, or anything else. Tutorials, books, and advices won’t mean anything unless you actually do it.

Don’t think about what anyone will think, if you’ll be famous or not, or if you’ll develop a “unique” style. Just start drawing. Fanart, figure drawing, animals, anime, just do it!!

You will improve and you will create great things. Just do it!!

I hope this helps!

THIS IS IT! This is it right here!

after the ice cream melts - a mix for the classics club
"i promise i won’t forget its taste’, includes vagabond (misterwives), pumpin’ blood (jane doze remix; NONONO), ways to go (grouplove), real slow (miami horror) and 7 others. [LISTEN]

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Anonymous asked:
But what about STUBBLED Percy? Can you draw it please? PLEASE pls

ilyone:

How could I say no to such a sexy suggestion ???? 

I just realized that in spite of really liking stubbled men IRL, I barely ever draw any… This must be changed !!! 

I’m getting more an more requests to draw specific characters and situations, I’m sorry guys but I won’t have time to do them all. If I get time and inspiration, I’ll do some of them, but I can’t promise anything. I enjoy reading your messages, though ! 

koe no katachi’s goal is to break every reader’s heart i’m sure of it

atavus:

Jennifer Mehigan - Immortal Diamond II, 2011

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Visual Development from Cinderella by Mary Blair

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