· Got writer’s block? Try this little trick.

hefairbanks:

You’ll need paper, a pen, a handful of highlighters or colored markers, and whatever you’re working on. Using the paper and pen, copy your last page or two by hand. Don’t change the content yet. When you’re finished, read through the penned copy and look for anything you feel could be improved or tweaked. Don’t erase or scratch anything out. Instead, use the markers to make changes. Draw big swooping arrows to move things around, in different colors. Want to add a word? Do it in pink, or green. Or purple. If you can’t find anything to change, read through it again and highlight the parts you like, again in different colors. And draw stars, pumpkins or exclamation points.

Using color and changing the physical method of expression stimulates the creative half of the brain, your “right brain,” and encourages it to reopen communication with the analytical half of your mind, or the left brain. Like most artists, most writers are right-brain-dominant, heavy on creativity. However, we also depend on our left brains for the tools of writing. When you stimulate your creative mind with color and fanciful images combined with your analyical prose and sentence structure, it can open the channels of communication and get the ideas flowing once more.

fangirl challenge: (1/15) pairings
Chihiro & Haku, Spirited Away (2001, dir. Hayao Miyazaki)

An Infinite List of Favorite Collections - Paolo Sebastian S/S 2014-15 Haute Couture

iguanamouth:

UNUSUAL HOARD commission for torotix ! almost everything in this one can be found somewhere on the floor of my room

another-casualty-to-society:

Mercutio: Romeo, mah Bromeo, I love you man, but no homeo.

Romeo: Bruh

lilouapproves:

"Can I draw your OC?" has got to be one of the silliest questions I’ve ever heard.

I mean, OF COURSE you can draw them! Here, let me throw all my headcanons at you about every miniscule thing about their appearance and flail at you about how excited I am to see them drawn in your style. Don’t worry, I’ve already forwarded a ten page write up about their back story and personality to your inbox. You know, just in case you need it.

  · An artist from Oakland, California collects trash and makes tiny mobile homes for the homeless.

housewifeswag:

did-you-kno:

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so this is pretty incredible

mysticfunyuns:

Current Mood: This sassy picture of Link with his hand on his hip

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lvl400loser:

Jade made some friends!!

I got to thinking about how little I draw my non-humanoid OCs and how few new ones I make nowadays and it made me sad.  So brace yourselves for lots of obnoxious animal art! >:D

officialvarrictethras:

"hey i drew your favorite character/OC, but it sucks so —"

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LET ME SEE IT RIGHT NOW AND I WILL LOVE IT