What artists do if given wire and household...
If you think you are unhappy... →
stucksilly: If you think you are unhappy… If you think your salary is low… If you think you don’t have many friends… When you feel like giving up … If you think you suffer in life, do you suffer as much as he does? If you complain about your transport system … If your society is unfair … Enjoy life, how it is, and as it comes There are always those who are worse off than we are.There...
flapjacksblog2 asked: What is your favorite moment from Flapjack?
The only sure way you're going to get any good...
Is to do it yourself. Unless of course you suck, then you’re out of luck. This of course is only applicable for lesser series. /sob
Sometimes I don't know how
Really good artists can look at my art and say it’s good. Though truthfully, I think it’s only my coloring that they admire (which btw, I think is horribly bland to be honest). It could just be artist syndrome where I just think no matter what, I’ll just never appreciate my art as much anyone else. Just gotta keep going. Also, not being able to talk to Clara is totally not cool....
When someone plays along with your sarcasm
I like you.
Ask Me Anything →
Stealing Clara’s ideas. Always.
en-perle-deactivated20121018 asked: do you have a favorite painter or artist in general? if you do, why are they your favorite? <3
Character In Fiction →
writingadvice: Plausible, complex characters are crucial to successful storytelling. You can develop them in several ways. 1. Concreteness. They have specific homes, possessions, medical histories, tastes in furniture, political opinions. Apart from creating verisimilitude, these concrete aspects of the characters should convey information about the story: does the hero smoke Marlboros...