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tallporcupine:

*HEAVY BREATHING*

I’m now Mink’s cinnamon farts deal with it

f-premaur:

commission for dokiis ! also very highly requested by you folks!

first Papa Eren and Little Man Levi comic and it’s off to a.. great start (๑ ˊ͈ ᐞ ˋ͈ ) !

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Album Art

drawingguitarist:

murder me

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mookie000:

imageI cant believe I missed koujacks birthday

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oldroots:

"hahah thems the rules kiss my ass nerds"

im sorry for making all of these comics one after the other i’m gonna make one more and have a break i swear lmao

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foreverisbutamoment:

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fancymarquis i will never regret following you

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tallporcupine:

They have a plaque about my dick in San fransisco

tallporcupine:

They have a plaque about my dick in San fransisco

fuckyeahmeikokaji:

Press photo for Lady Snowblood (修羅雪姫).

fuckyeahmeikokaji:

Press photo for Lady Snowblood (修羅雪姫).

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sandrarivasart:

All my life I’ve been extremely negative and mean, so I want to change that!!

I completely understand why a lot of us feel that we’re not good enough artists. Especially in animation, it’s a competitive field. And we’re constantly pressured to go to an art school, get a degree, get an internship, and work in an industry before we turn 30 and we’re “old”.

The anxiety and stress is unhealthy and just lowers our self-esteem dramatically. I personally blame the internet.

More tips:

  1. It’s never too late! Who cares if you’re 15 or 40. Don’t feel inadequate if someone younger has accomplished more or if someone is more admired than you.
  2. It’s okay to dream to work in certain studios, but your other big goal is to be the best artist you can be. I know that sounds cliche but it’s a good way to feel proud of yourself. That is still my biggest ambition and the amount of friends and contacts I’ve made over the past couple of years is a tremendous bonus.
  3. Be nice to yourself!! I’m a self-critique but it’s okay to feel proud of your work. Accept every compliment you receive and be grateful. I’m a bit nervous towards any form of adulation but I’m thanking everyone regardless.
  4. Sometimes it’s okay to whine. I used to be against that but that just bottles up your emotions until it explodes and you’re depressed for 3-4 whole months. Write it out in a journal or talk to someone. Then cheer yourself up because you deserve to be happy.

Yeesh I’m sorry for the all the blabbering. I hope this helps everyone. This is also for me too so I don’t always feel crummy. It stinks but we can pull through it!

Let’s get confident!!

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