I’m thinking about doing commissions at some point. I whipped this up because I couldn’t remember how long it took me to make lineless drawings. 

I’m thinking about doing commissions at some point. I whipped this up because I couldn’t remember how long it took me to make lineless drawings. 

Part 2 of the 50 hands/50 feet extra credit assignment. 

One of the extra credit assignments in Concept Art for Animation was to draw 50 hands and 50 feet. I got all 50 hands, but only around 5 feet or so. Most of the hands are mine, but about 1/4th of them were referenced from photos on Pixeylovely. I’ll have to draw the rest of the feet on my own eventually. God knows, I need to practice. 

curiousaries:

empresspinto:

nigga-chan:

People need to realize the significance of this post, because when I reblogged it it was just blank so I think some people may not understand what this is trying to say

Adopting an animal (or buying from someone close to you who has recently had puppies, kittens, etc) is not like simply going to the store and buying a toy. You do not just get to throw it away once you are done with it and it stops being cute in your eyes

This is a real living thing that has emotions, needs, and wants, not something to be thrown away when YOU are done after YOU entered at commitment to raise and care for this animal. 

What’s just as bad as dumping the animal off just anywhere you want, whether it be on the side of the road or in a shelter, is that a lot of these animals end up dying after that. Animals are NOT always adopted and strays are not always picked up. Animals can get put down, run over, tortured, and a list of other things 

People should really think about what they are responsible for before they bring an animal into their life

Not to mention that that animal loves you, you are his world, and when you drop him off at the shelter - or worse, in the street - you are abandoning him. He doesn’t know what he did wrong, he thinks you’ll come back, maybe you just dropped him off for a bit and you’ll come back to him.
Not only did you make a commitment, but that animal loves you and throwing them away isn’t just breaking that commitment, it’s throwing away someone who doesn’t understand why you don’t love him anymore and where you went.

 The thing that annoys the shit out of me is when people say they’re getting rid of their dog because they had a baby and they “don’t have time for the dog”. Like, you can’t feed your dog and let it outside to use the restroom because you had a baby? You’re going to be home the same amount, if not more if you have a child, so how does that change anything with the dog? That dog would rather get a pat on the head for a second a day than be given away or put to sleep. You could ignore it forever, or literally have no time for it other than to make sure they’re still alive and that goddamn dog would STILL rather be with you. They fucking love you, are you going to give away your kid when they get too big, or because you have another baby and you don’t have time? Like damn, a dog is a commitment, don’t get it because its cute, get a dog because you. love. animals. I can not tell you how many dogs I have found, located the owners and them actually tell me they don’t want the dog and it’s ‘my problem’ so I HAVE to give it to the shelter. That is beyond unsettling for me. 

 And as for the too big thing, as fucking if you didn’t know what breeds of dogs get big and which ones don’t. Fuck you. 

 Every time I leave my home I have endless anxiety that my dog has gotten out, or she has gotten sick, I would fucking die if something happened to Chloe, I plan on having her tattooed on me when she dies and other people are just throw away a relationship with that animal like it’s no big deal, and that hurts me, it fucking hurts me. 

 Chloe checks on me every morning while I’m asleep, she kisses me goodnight, she licks my cuts, I could never imagine just giving her away like it’s no big deal. 

Reblogging because I volunteer at an animal shelter and see this shit a lot, especially with cats. One man gave his cat to the shelter because his new girlfriend didn’t like him. Another person got a dog and decided “they were tired of having a cat.” And one wonderful family decided they didn’t like their cat anymore and, instead of giving him to a shelter, just kicked him out and let him be a stray. When the shelter found him and contacted the family, the owners actually cursed them out over the phone. 

People suck. 

(Source: twocentslice, via apoempathetic)

dashawnmahone:

veesdumpingrounds:

tiny tutorial thing I meant to make for the people I sometimes help out on portefolios : ) just wanted to share perspective doesnt have to be a bugger, yknow ? 

For my art bros

Reblogging so I never loose this.

(via narpoop)

Quick sketches.
And yes, I totally drew fanart for barbie dolls. 

Quick sketches.

And yes, I totally drew fanart for barbie dolls

bowlingalleymomma:

ourlifewithneo-x:

Some of these are real good, gonna have to try them. 

I love this

These tips are adorable and sound useful, but did people really get $5 from the tooth fairy? I was lucky if I got more than 1. 

(via apoempathetic)

humansofnewyork:

"I know this isn’t going to be a popular opinion, but I’m gay, and I don’t think there’s nearly as much discrimination as people claim. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve experienced discrimination. But it hasn’t been a huge factor in my life. I feel like a lot of people bring discrimination on themselves by getting in people’s faces too much. They like to say: ‘Accept me or else!’ They go around demanding respect as a member of a group, instead of earning respect as an individual. And that sort of behavior invites discrimination. I’ve never demanded respect because I was gay, and I haven’t experienced much discrimination when people find out that I am."

I’d normally read HONY posts and keep scrolling, but this one made me mad enough to reblog. 
I know he’s entitled to his opinion, but I hate the fact the guy is trying to speak for the entire community. The fact he thinks people bring discrimination on themselves shows how short-sighted his thinking is. Nothing, and I mean nothing, gives someone the right to treat you like a lesser person because of your sexuality, race, gender, or the like. I can’t stress this enough; you cannot cause another individual to have hateful thoughts about you because of how you are born, and you cannot cause them to act on those prejudice thoughts. The idea that someone causes the bigotry they face…. I’d really like to see him say this to Matthew Shepherd’s family. Please, tell them he brought it on himself and see how that fucking goes.
And what is this guy’s definition of “getting in people’s faces too much”? Referring to their sexuality in a chat more than once a year? Mentioning their partner in a conversation? Protesting anti-gay bills? Saying they wants rights? Fighting for equality for everyone in the LGBT community, including you, while you sit on your ass and claim no one has it that hard?
I live in Kansas, where they recently tried to pass a bill that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to LGBT couples because of religious beliefs. With this bill, a gay couple could walk into a restaurant and be kicked out if homosexuality was against the owner’s religion. It sailed through the House 72 to 49 votes, and thankfully didn’t made it passed Senate. 
Not that much discrimination, my ass. 

humansofnewyork:

"I know this isn’t going to be a popular opinion, but I’m gay, and I don’t think there’s nearly as much discrimination as people claim. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve experienced discrimination. But it hasn’t been a huge factor in my life. I feel like a lot of people bring discrimination on themselves by getting in people’s faces too much. They like to say: ‘Accept me or else!’ They go around demanding respect as a member of a group, instead of earning respect as an individual. And that sort of behavior invites discrimination. I’ve never demanded respect because I was gay, and I haven’t experienced much discrimination when people find out that I am."

I’d normally read HONY posts and keep scrolling, but this one made me mad enough to reblog. 

I know he’s entitled to his opinion, but I hate the fact the guy is trying to speak for the entire community. The fact he thinks people bring discrimination on themselves shows how short-sighted his thinking is. Nothing, and I mean nothing, gives someone the right to treat you like a lesser person because of your sexuality, race, gender, or the like. I can’t stress this enough; you cannot cause another individual to have hateful thoughts about you because of how you are born, and you cannot cause them to act on those prejudice thoughts. The idea that someone causes the bigotry they face…. I’d really like to see him say this to Matthew Shepherd’s family. Please, tell them he brought it on himself and see how that fucking goes.

And what is this guy’s definition of “getting in people’s faces too much”? Referring to their sexuality in a chat more than once a year? Mentioning their partner in a conversation? Protesting anti-gay bills? Saying they wants rights? Fighting for equality for everyone in the LGBT community, including you, while you sit on your ass and claim no one has it that hard?

I live in Kansas, where they recently tried to pass a bill that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to LGBT couples because of religious beliefs. With this bill, a gay couple could walk into a restaurant and be kicked out if homosexuality was against the owner’s religion. It sailed through the House 72 to 49 votes, and thankfully didn’t made it passed Senate. 

Not that much discrimination, my ass. 

ac-mcfucked-up-deactivated20140 said: aaaaaay those are good hand studies yo

Aww, thank you!!!!!

I just scanned a buttload of drawings, so I finally have some things to upload. Anyway, I drew this while watching Into the Darkness with family in NYC last month. My brush pen was running low on ink.
I seem to draw more fanart if I’m sketching while watching something.

I just scanned a buttload of drawings, so I finally have some things to upload. Anyway, I drew this while watching Into the Darkness with family in NYC last month. My brush pen was running low on ink.

I seem to draw more fanart if I’m sketching while watching something.