I really do appreciate reblogs so much! Especially ones that leave my artists comments alone!
Just to let people know that erasing an artist’s text underneath their work is really quite rude and disrespectful. It also takes away the easiest way to see who actually drew it. Eventually, the source will go missing, and then there’s another uncredited art lost to tumblr forever…
So please be mindful when reblogging art! Be courteous to the person who lovingly drew the thing you like so much.
i still can’t believe this is still an issue. it’s mindblowing. if tumblr had any rules for kicking people out, this should be it. you listening, staff?
i never thought that headphones could be a game changer so i just kept my earpods or whatever they’re called now in the little box (i thought i’d start using them when i actually need the mic or when i break my shitty old sony ones). BUT THEY’RE AWESOME. i’m never listening to music from the shitty macbook speakers ever again.
Day 57: Okay, I know I haven’t been posting as much art here on Instagram but hey! It’s back! Here are the Avery twins, Wren & Cath, from Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl. 👌#100happydays
They’re in red and green ink! PERFECT.
RED AND GREEN INK!!
I read Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell, and it was adorable. I felt inspired to do this quick sketch. The book is sweet, but it also tackles some tough issues: poverty, growing up as mixed, bullying, abuse, among other things. I hope I captured the characters well.
Colors to come (??) if I have the spare time. I might also pick a more specific scene, since I know my environments need a bit of work.
I also read two John Green books (Looking for Alaska, The Fault in Our Stars) — not sure if I’ll get around to any sketches.
This is one of my favorite Eleanor and Park pieces. So much emotion in their posture, and Eleanor is especially lovely — thank you!