suctioning:

Teacher: sit down
Me: drank

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jadeita:

i always prefer to be cold than warm bc if ur cold you can get blankets and tea and soup and hug somebody

when ur warm ur just like ‘ew get away from me, let me perish in my own liquids’

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catherine-got-no-jams:

I don’t know about you guys, but seeing Jungkookie like this:

image

Instead of the usual:

image

Hits me really hard on so many levels. I saw few girls’ comments on this, saying that 'it's a bit gross' or 'now I see why he wears make up'. You know…

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assdeluxe:

higgzorz:

her: u eat ass?

me: image

delete this post

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Anonymous: hello! sorry if im bothering you but ive got a question - how does one get their art noticed? I feel like my art is of decent quality but no one ever takes notice of it and it is extremely discouraging to me. is there something i can do, should i just keep pumping out art, or could i just be genuinely not good enough for anyone to notice or care about? thanks for your time

norisus:

Well there’s really no surefire formula or method to do so, but I must say that worrying about it and trying to find this nonexistent formula will get you no where. Spending your time worrying about whether or not your art is good enough, or wondering why your art hasn’t received much attention, inevitably wastes energy and deteriorates your self confidence.

The more you draw, the more you grow as an artist. As you grow, you’ll find that more people will be interested in your work. It helps if you have interest in fandoms and draw popular subjects that in turn draw people to your work but, inevitably, it will be your art style, skill, and other personal attributes (being amicable and talkative to followers, for one) that keep people interested in you and your work.

There are many content creators online and, unfortunately for budding talent, the people who have slaved for years and honed their talents are going to receive the most attention from their peers. And I’m going to say this now: they deserve the attention, and I am glad that they receive it.

Budding talent is a thing we must all cherish and help to grow, but we must also recognize that people who have put the time and effort into their work to get it to a high skill level deserve a good deal of praise for their efforts. Drawing is a skill that you earn through a lot of practice— aching hands, strained eyes, and an empty wallet (from buying paints, markers, fancy papers and canvas, tablets— pick your poison.) Feel like you’ve practice enough? Keep on going. You’re never too good to improve.

So my advice? Just keep going. If you feel passionate about art, keep going and never stop. You’ll pick up followers along the way, even if it takes more time than you’d like it to. You’ll feel more accomplished for it in the end, when you can think back to how hard you had to work and see the results. It’s like looking at an old drawing you used to like and realizing that, even though you now hate the old piece, you’re happy to see that your talents have grown.

So try not to feel down and too stuck with where you currently are. Focus on where you’re going and don’t ever, everrrrr stop practicing and growing as an artist. C:

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WHY DID I ONLY JUST HEAR OF THIS BTS CONTEST I WANT TO MEET THEM IM SO MAD TODAYS THE DEADLINE

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eunseoks answered: oH MY GOD

YE OR NEIGH???

jyupenguin answered: OMG my biias is jimin liek J-hope is making me feel soome way right now and idek. Do you know? Like pls no(YES) more jhope on my dash OTL

jhope came the frick outta no where im calling the police on him tbh for being too cute I KNOW THAT FEEL