artist: [doesn’t watermark art] please don’t steal/alter my art!
people: [steal and alter it]
artist: [puts on small unobtrusive watermark] please don’t remove this watermark…
people: [cuts out watermark then steals and alters it]
artist: [puts on huge watermark that takes up half the art]
people: omg…. how could you… ruined your art…. tragedy…. it’s so ugly now :(
somebody take photoshop away from me
nine favourite pictures: onceler
its all fun to change ur url to something festive but SOME of us have Brands to maintain
Hello! Recently, I was surprised by the amount of people who come into our askbox asking about how to start a QPP with someone. Usually, the answer is “I don’t know! It depends on the person.” But this might help those of you that are shy and are not sure where to start. It can also serve as an ice-breaker.
I tried to be as broad as possible on a tiny sheet on paper. Feel free to edit it, make changes, etc. :) I have a higher-res PNG version if you need it. Just contact me! (chekhovandowl)
trying to make new friends
…the heroine “incidentally” is blonde-haired and blue-eyed and pale-skinned (whitest of the white) while a female antagonist or villain “just happens” to have dark hair (sometimes curly), dark eyes, and other features stereotypically affiliated with Jewish women, Roma women, Latinas, and other non-white (or conditionally white) women?
since it’s almost october aka halloween month i just wanna remind people to take extra care to tag things like horror, blood, gore and other halloween related things for those of us who don’t deal well with a lot of those
also spiders. tag your fucking spiders.
*is shy and quiet but also nasty as fuck*
on one hand seeing autistic people in the media makes me happy and it’s important that we are recognized but it’s almost always in relation to these young kids having extraordinary talents and how it’s amazing that they’re so gifted “even though they’re autistic” which is really really shitty because it presumes that if we aren’t a genius or a savant we are worthless
autistic people don’t need to be extraordinary to deserve respect.