Straight From The Barracks
I had a dream I met Vladimir Putin

And he had this really exaggerated walk, almost like that weird villain guy from Food Fight. He also had a really weird voice that was pitched higher than usual. He was apparently intent on meeting everyone who came into the country or something like that, but he only wanted to meet them one on one.

And he gave me ice cream and told me he would give me 7 thousand dollars and then we rode a kiddie train.

And for the rest of the dream I was telling people and being like, “Yeah I can’t wait to go back to Russia.”

I think using a flat brush is helping vs using a square or round for these.

I think using a flat brush is helping vs using a square or round for these.

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Vogue Australia (May 2014)

moses: let my people go
pharoah: man what is WITH these sjws

realisenothing:

powerburial:

realisenothing:

in medieval times instead of blogs they had bogs. people would throw their opinions into a bog and they would sink into the mud never to be seen again

a much better system imho

they didn’t have time for opinions wot with the plague n all

it is true that a lot of the opinions expressed are along the lines of “smh at this plague”

fyspringfield:

Close enough. 

The drawing on the left was back in January and the one on the right is from a few moments ago. Both from imagination. I wouldn’t even say the one on the left is my absolute best at the time, but I think it’s a fair comparison of how awkward my figures could get. I botched the proportions of the arms on the newer one, but generally speaking my figures are much more natural looking now.Tangentially related, I don’t like the idea that you have to constantly be unsatisfied to want to improve your artwork. I’m satisfied by the fact that I make improvements. Like when I was a kid it was possible to be happy about my artwork but still want to get even better and I guess I’m kind of bored to tears of the idea that artists have to hate everything they do so they don’t suffer from some sort of Dunning-Kruger effect. It’s not something that really works for me, it just creates a paranoia that doesn’t need to be there.I’m just rambling out loud, though. I’m pretty happy with how things are progressing.

The drawing on the left was back in January and the one on the right is from a few moments ago. Both from imagination. I wouldn’t even say the one on the left is my absolute best at the time, but I think it’s a fair comparison of how awkward my figures could get. I botched the proportions of the arms on the newer one, but generally speaking my figures are much more natural looking now.

Tangentially related, I don’t like the idea that you have to constantly be unsatisfied to want to improve your artwork. I’m satisfied by the fact that I make improvements. Like when I was a kid it was possible to be happy about my artwork but still want to get even better and I guess I’m kind of bored to tears of the idea that artists have to hate everything they do so they don’t suffer from some sort of Dunning-Kruger effect. It’s not something that really works for me, it just creates a paranoia that doesn’t need to be there.

I’m just rambling out loud, though. I’m pretty happy with how things are progressing.