the-scarlet-priestess

Anonymous asked:

Even if you say it's fruit idm it looks like gore. Better safe than sorry please tag it...

pukind answered:

"Even if I say it’s fruit"???

It is fruit. There isn’t any factual ambiguity to be discussed about the nature of my statement on the matter. It’s fruit.

AND SO GOOD FOR YOU. MMMMM~ LOOK AT THAT POM~ Babby Signless should eat 20 more so he can be a strong, still-growing rebel heathen. 

specialsnowflakesanonymous:

hofstadters-tortoise:

yorts:

dont be a fucking asshole
even if its not gore, tag it
that looks like a fuckin heart at first glance
OH NO I HAVE TO TAKE THREE SECONDS OUT OF MY DAY TO STOP SOMEONE FROM BEING UNCOMFORTABLE!! HOLY SHIT
tag your gore/pomegranates asswipe

Thank you for this hilarity

That looks nothing like a heart
-Mandy

fuzzy-bee

fuzzy-bee:

lovelywaifu:

Lots of people are having their tablets die lately and they say that they can’t draw…

But why do you need to have your tablet to draw? Why not just bust out the ol’ pencil and paper? Get yourself some crayons. Try your hand at watercolors. Make a collage. Find old bits of ancient craft supplies you haven’t done anything with in years and make something.

C’mon guys, don’t let a slab of plastic and circuits control your creativity. There’s more to life than digital art.

Idk about everyone else but I’m pretty hesitant to draw on paper (Though I’ve been trying to do it more recently) because I can’t WASTE a digital canvas (I’m a bad artist). I can control z mistakes and dispose of anything I don’t like without having to worry about people finding it. 

I you feel like you waste a piece of paper, save it. Save it and use it for scrap or packing or kindling or stuffing. I save everything. I have old stuff super packed away in a safe place so I can look back on it. It’s a HUGE ego boost to look back at your own art and laugh about how much you improve. Yes, you can do this with digital art but it’s not the same. You can’t smell the mustiness of age. You can’t feel the pencil scratches or the stickiness of old crayon wax. My current junk is organized in file folders in my desk If you’re drawing on paper, you aren’t wasting it. If you toss a blank piece of paper away without doing anything with it, no matter how crappy you think it is, then you’re wasting it. If you don’t try, you don’t improve. It’s that simple. Practice may not make perfect but it sure as hell helps. I mean look at this thing I drew in 2006 And compare it to something I drew this year I may not be OMG FANTASTIC GREAT ARTIST but I’ve improved. And 90% of the improvement was done on paper. In fact, most everything I draw starts on paper. Paper has a purpose and that purpose is to have things created on it or with it!

Lots of people are having their tablets die lately and they say that they can’t draw…

But why do you need to have your tablet to draw? Why not just bust out the ol’ pencil and paper? Get yourself some crayons. Try your hand at watercolors. Make a collage. Find old bits of ancient craft supplies you haven’t done anything with in years and make something.

C’mon guys, don’t let a slab of plastic and circuits control your creativity. There’s more to life than digital art.