I’ve reached 1000 followers! Hurray hurray!
To thank you all for sticking around I’m going to give away some art!
1st place: A couple drawing of two characters you can pick. Nsfw is completely fine! Can be in lineart, greyscale, or color. You choose!
2nd place: A single character drawing of a character you can pick. Can be in lineart, greyscale or color. You choose!
- Because this is a giveaway especially for my followers you have to be following me
- Both likes and reblogs count, but don’t go spam your followers’s dash, okay?
I’ll pick the winners on September 3d, using an online random number generator.
That’s it! Good luck! <3
Only one day left!
Wild Rock - Takashima Kazusa
My living room <3
Well, part of it X3
Let’s go home.
this comes around every year and every year i cry
a friend I went to college with started making really cool skull masks
A little promotion for my BL webcomic Obsidian Heart.
The third chapter is almost complete!
The Tumblr blog for page updates is here.
The Facebook page is here.
"Micah is the only survivor of his country Atedon after a bloody war. He is now out to seek revenge on the ones who have killed his friends and family. But perhaps this task is too heavy for one simple tribal boy, and he has to accept help from a suspiciously friendly stranger."
(Source: weheartit.com, via soinlovewithpandas)
I see it on social media all the time. Someone posts art that they did not create, and below the illustration write; "credit to the owner", or makes an amv containing art, with no links or names to the original artists.
This is a really shitty thing to do and let me tell you why.
I work fulltime as a freelance artist. It’s really hard work, especially if you’re just starting out like I am (been doing it for a little more than a year).
You have to constantly share your art and advertise yourself to the world. Hunt work wherever you think you can find it.
There’s a lot of artists out there competing for work, and it’s a constant battle.
One of the most important things for a working artist is to be seen.
Getting an audience, getting people to share your art or talk about it. If the right people see your art, it could lead to work.
So if you post work by an artist, make sure to credit properly! Link to the artists dA/tumblr/blog/whatever. Zerochan and weheartis are not sources!
If you don’t know who made the art, look for the source! There’s a lot of different ways to do this!
If you still can’t find the original art, simply don’t post it.
Don’t. Post. It.
You might just want something ‘pretty’ to have on your blog, and you just “found the art on google!”, but don’t be lazy.
Look for the source and credit the hard work of the artist.
Not adding credit when posting other peoples art is robbing an artist of future work. As dramatic as it sounds, you’re killing the artist.
The Cornetto Trilogy by Evil Corp/Kibooki
Mainly because all the hyperactivity drains me within a few hours. It would be a lot more fun for me if there weren’t all these people jumping up and down… I prefer to go to fantasy fairs where everyone is just a bit older and more calm.
If I offended anyone with that… I’m sorry, but that’s just how it is for me.