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It’s my birthday yaaaaaaay!

My parents got me a red PS4-controller (RED! YAAAY!), a necklace, a cute moomin-mug and a funny tray and my co-worker gave me a chocolate bar. All in all, purdy good! O 7 O

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juliedillon:

artbyangelasasser:

Tut Tuesdays!  Proko posted a fantastic video concerning the difference between drawing gesture and drawing contour.  Can you also achieve gesture with scribbles?  Watch his video to find out!

This is really helpful. Maintaining the energy from a sketch to the final drawing it’s something I’ve often found to be a challenge. 

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the-stray-liger:

nickelsnack:

feminismshmeminism:

steve-the-duck:

misterrockett:

I know this is pointless but I couldn’t help it.

Moreso: Bayonetta was designed by a woman who openly claims the design to be a power fantasy for how she wishes to be.

Even better

Bayonetta is sexualized though even if the characters were designed by Mari Shimazaki there’s still an inherent quality of sexualization in her work represented by the people her design went through… for example the concerns they had while designing her and her outfits. Like, have you even looked at the DLC outfits and unlockable outfits? Mari Shimazaki wasn’t completely autonomous in the design process.Some have stated that the game was also made with an intention of satire of over sexualization in female video games and Bayonetta herself is a very cool character (Who I love, like, a lot). But there are heavy elements of sexualization in Bayo.

I haven’t played as Bayonetta but from what I know she is a highly sexualized but ADULT woman that actually looks like an adult which is already awesome enough and is also put in a role of power. There is a huge diference between something heavily sexualized that a man creates for his own enjoyement and tries to pass as “empowering”, and what a woman actually does to try and make herself feel empowered. 

the-stray-liger:

nickelsnack:

feminismshmeminism:

steve-the-duck:

misterrockett:

I know this is pointless but I couldn’t help it.

Moreso: Bayonetta was designed by a woman who openly claims the design to be a power fantasy for how she wishes to be.

Even better

Bayonetta is sexualized though even if the characters were designed by Mari Shimazaki there’s still an inherent quality of sexualization in her work represented by the people her design went through… for example the concerns they had while designing her and her outfits. Like, have you even looked at the DLC outfits and unlockable outfits? Mari Shimazaki wasn’t completely autonomous in the design process.
Some have stated that the game was also made with an intention of satire of over sexualization in female video games and Bayonetta herself is a very cool character (Who I love, like, a lot). But there are heavy elements of sexualization in Bayo.

I haven’t played as Bayonetta but from what I know she is a highly sexualized but ADULT woman that actually looks like an adult which is already awesome enough and is also put in a role of power. There is a huge diference between something heavily sexualized that a man creates for his own enjoyement and tries to pass as “empowering”, and what a woman actually does to try and make herself feel empowered. 

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fashion encyclopedia: Hanna Toumajean f/w 2014 couture

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"For years mental health professionals taught people that they could be psychologically healthy without social support, that “unless you love yourself, no one else will love you.”…The truth is, you cannot love yourself unless you have been loved and are loved. The capacity to love cannot be built in isolation"

— Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D. — “The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog” (via sykomonk)

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….I shouldn’t be this anxious just because it’s my birthday in two days…. I know how it will turn out and how I’ll feel at the end of that day and it scares the crap out of me. I’m not expecting gifts or birthday wishes, I’m not expecting anything…. and somehow that makes me feel really sad and lonely. 

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The Skeleton Dance (1929)

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betta-fish-and-loki:

assbutt-wizard-in-the-tardis:

I’m not even in this fandom, but hearing this made me feel so much better about life

I needed this today.

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