THIS SASSY MOTHERFUCKER
hey look i did something
Of course Lincoln got shot he was 6’4” and wearing a top hat in a theater if I was sitting behind him I’d shoot him too
It happened like 28 years ago thats plenty of time
you’re off by a few years there
Ball point doodle of Jade fixing JadeBot.
Ball point doodle
scared the shit out of me every time
my dad wants this to be played at the beginning of his funeral
Reblogged for the last comment omfg.
i’ve got the moves like jäger
i thought this website appreciated puns you’ve all failed me
you have moves like a german hunter?
JAGERMEISTER IS A DRINK YOU FUCKWAD
excuse you jäger is german for hunter.
God, some people need to brush up on their basic German, what an uneducated little fuck and not very nice either
tw its a fucking joke and kevin is one of my best friends now fuck off
In one of my first art classes back during my time at DigiPen, one of the required books we had to read through had this certain painting. Now, it was nothing special, it was just some boats on water. Rather rough. Turns out, it was created by a man named Alfred Wallis. Wallis was a retired fisherman who took up painting at the age of 70 “for company” after his wife died. He used leftover ship paint with crayons on pieces of cardboard boxes for his work.
This man died in 1942, across the ocean from me. Out of some quirk, I see a piece of his in a book, making enough of an impression on me to look up more about him. From what I can read of Wallis, he started creating art to fill a hole, something just for him. There wasn’t too much care in being right or wrong in what he did, just that he DID.
How do we lose that? If you ask a child if they like to draw, they’ll invariably say “yes.” If you ask in adult if they like to draw, how FEW of them will say “yes?” And I can just guess that the reason is because they think they CAN’T or that it’s just not worthwhile.
I think… I think we have to stop losing the feeling that we can create art. Stop letting the pressure and the critique and the attention and the comparisons get to us. Let’s just make things, make them as best we can, and improve ourselves in whatever way we wish to. You have NO IDEA who you are impacting with what you create, don’t lessen that impact by diminishing yourself.
And that’s the hardest thing to do. But whenever I start in on that downward spiral, I try to think of Alfred Wallis again.