Make me laugh while you die.
curryuku:

artist-confessions:

“miku in vatican” by silverwing on pixiv: http://www.pixiv.net/member.php?id=286534 (I believe this drawing is a great example of anime that has good anatomy, coloring, composition, and style that makes it unique)
I get a little annoyed when people say they hate anime because of “desu” art, bad anatomy, blah blah blah. It’s true in some cases, but it shouldn’t be applied to ALL anime artists. However, if you’re a person who complains/blames that anime limited them from drawing something new, then I get REALLY annoyed.
Don’t blame anime for your bad drawing habits.
It pisses me off someone says “Oh, I can’t draw in any other style other than anime!” or “I can’t draw realism because of anime!” Bull. Total bull. It’s not because of anime. It’s your fault.
Why? Let me explain. Anime did not restrain you from drawing something different; it’s you who can’t draw something different. It’s about practice. Practice, practice and practice! Keep in mind that practicing also means experimenting.
Although saying “bad habits” is a little harsh, but what I mean by this is when you continue drawing in the same style without studying or experimenting. Study anatomy or composition or experiment. You don’t need to start a new style right off the bat; gradually improve and change your style.
So to sum things up, blaming anime is a lame excuse that you suck (in kinder words, you haven’t practiced drawing long enough). As an artist and a person who draws in an anime style, I can say that I don’t have trouble drawing in another style. Many artists can say this because they practiced.
And here’s some encouragement… Drawing anime is not bad. Drawing cartoons is not bad. Drawing realism is not bad. Drawing in any style is not bad. Don’t listen to people who say otherwise because if you like to draw it, then do so. Drawing should be enjoyable. But it is your responsibility to practice, to experiment, to be patient, and to strive to improve. That is how to become a better artist. 

Amen

curryuku:

artist-confessions:

“miku in vatican” by silverwing on pixiv: http://www.pixiv.net/member.php?id=286534 (I believe this drawing is a great example of anime that has good anatomy, coloring, composition, and style that makes it unique)

I get a little annoyed when people say they hate anime because of “desu” art, bad anatomy, blah blah blah. It’s true in some cases, but it shouldn’t be applied to ALL anime artists. However, if you’re a person who complains/blames that anime limited them from drawing something new, then I get REALLY annoyed.

Don’t blame anime for your bad drawing habits.

It pisses me off someone says “Oh, I can’t draw in any other style other than anime!” or “I can’t draw realism because of anime!” Bull. Total bull. It’s not because of anime. It’s your fault.

Why? Let me explain. Anime did not restrain you from drawing something different; it’s you who can’t draw something different. It’s about practice. Practice, practice and practice! Keep in mind that practicing also means experimenting.

Although saying “bad habits” is a little harsh, but what I mean by this is when you continue drawing in the same style without studying or experimenting. Study anatomy or composition or experiment. You don’t need to start a new style right off the bat; gradually improve and change your style.

So to sum things up, blaming anime is a lame excuse that you suck (in kinder words, you haven’t practiced drawing long enough). As an artist and a person who draws in an anime style, I can say that I don’t have trouble drawing in another style. Many artists can say this because they practiced.

And here’s some encouragement… Drawing anime is not bad. Drawing cartoons is not bad. Drawing realism is not bad. Drawing in any style is not bad. Don’t listen to people who say otherwise because if you like to draw it, then do so. Drawing should be enjoyable. But it is your responsibility to practice, to experiment, to be patient, and to strive to improve. That is how to become a better artist. 

Amen


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girlsbydaylight:

MINAKO TRYING TO PROTECT THEM BY TAKING THIS BURDEN ON ALL BY HERSELF

USAGI SHAKING HER HEAD AND SAYING, NO, MINAKO-CHAN, IT’S OUR TURN TO HELP AND SUPPORT YOU, YOU DON’T HAVE TO DO THIS BY YOURSELF, WE’RE HERE TO HELP

JUST LEAVE ME HERE TO WALLOW IN A PUDDLE OF MY OWN FEELINGS ABOUT WOMEN SUPPORTING OTHER WOMEN IN THE MOST BADASS AND HEARTFELT OF WAYS

THEY ARE JUST SO, COMPLETELY, TOTALLY, 100% THERE FOR MINAKO AND I DON’T CARE HOW MANY TIMES I SEE IT, I WILL NEVER GET OVER THESE GIRLS’ FRIENDSHIPS

nharime:

early versions of mako mankanshoku + fight club mako, from Art of KLK Vol 1.


Zheng He, también conocido como Ma Sanbao, fue un militar, marino y explorador chino que se dice que descubrió el continente americano 70 años antes de que Cristóbal Colón lo descubriera

Zheng He, también conocido como Ma Sanbao, fue un militar, marino y explorador chino que se dice que descubrió el continente americano 70 años antes de que Cristóbal Colón lo descubriera

al-surdelcielo:

llevo meses… años… tal vez toda mi vida ha sido igual… tal vez no

al-surdelcielo:

llevo meses… años… tal vez toda mi vida ha sido igual… tal vez no

thegadaboutgirl:

whowasntthere:

championofazura:

Girls, romanticize yourselves. You are a queen. You are a warrior. You are an enchantress. You are a mermaid. You are a goddess. You are all of these things and more, you are the stuff of fairytales. 

Women, traumatize others. You are a dragon. You are a wolf. You are a bump in the night. You are the last thing they see in the darkness. You are all of these things and more, you are the heart of their fucking nightmares.

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