I hope you dont mind if I,
- wrap my legs around yours
- lay my head above your heart
- run my hands through your hair
- play footsie with you
- put my hand on your tummy
- play with yours hands
- give you fishy kisses
- talk about my day
- sing you a song
- fall asleep in your arms
- sacrifice you to satan
(Source: mgnxmskt, via soudasnicebutt)
This awesome pic just arrived in my inbox! It’s a commission by the very talented Marisa Livingston / conniiption, featuring Renier and Domino from our webcomic, Cottonstar.
Thank you Marisa, it looks great. Poor Renier, always getting picked on. ;D
Had a lot of fun on this one. Check out that comic. :)
Caught yourself a wild nope there.
I really want to do more but it looks like this is all that’s coming out of the pen tonight. >:(
You guys had awesome suggestions though, thanks, I’m literally not creative enough tonight to pull some of those ideas off. Maybe next time. <3
I’ll draw the next three things that I get inboxed.
This photo just came up in my facebook news feed:
What the actual fuck.
I’m sorry, I normally don’t jump in on these kind of things, but this is grinding my gears like something else. Please don’t get me wrong, the women in the photo (though not “thick” in my opinion) are absolutely beautiful, and I understand what this photo is trying to do. All women, people rather, should feel comfortable in their own bodies. The photo is celebrating women bigger than a size 2. That’s commendable and something that absolutely should be spread. It’s no surprise to me that the photo has over 300 likes and 100 shares in less than an hour.
But what gets me here is that the creator of the image (whoever you are) is celebrating one body type by bashing another. ”Bones are for the dog?” Skinny girls don’t deserve men? Why the hell does an entire body type get condemned so that another can be embraced? This makes so little sense to me. There are so many body types and they’re all fan-fucking-tastic. Because god/nature/genetics/stardust made us that way.
When I was a teen I was naturally very skinny. It was pointed out to me all the time by people of both genders and all age groups. I had people who assumed out loud and to my face that I was bulimic and should get help. I absolutely despised my body type and hated my own reflection, which some people continued reminding me “others are starving themselves for.” I’ve grown a lot since then, put on some healthy post-puberty weight and realized that it never really mattered. There will be people attracted to me and there will be people not attracted to me. I’m very content in my thin frame but I’d still be happy in a “thick” frame like one of the women in the photo, because that’s the perfect body in someone’s opinion. But I still have to imagine that if I had seen this photo age 15, I would have spent a day or six despising myself over and over again for my own genetic code.
I am all for a cultural revolt. Skinny is not better than fat. And this photo was trying to help the cause, but it’s just as damaging to the opposite end of the spectrum. Why even differentiate between fat and skinny? How about skinny is not better than fat, and fat is not better than skinny? How about everyone is uniquely beautiful and it feels better to be happy with who you are rather than hate yourself for what you don’t look like? You are a physiologically advanced and fascinating ever-changing organic system of hardworking organs composed of trillions of functional and amazing molecules.
I WALKED ACROSS THE STREET TO GET SOME PAPER AND I COME BACK TO A HUGE PICTURE OF NICHOLAS CAGE’S FACE
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aaaaaand my (old)school is all over tumblr! interesting…haha I bet I know 1-2 of the people responsible for this.