If they ever made a movie about the directors of the original Looney Tunes/Merry Melodies shorts, and I was in charge of casting.
No, but, seriously, make it happen.
And they could call it “Termite Terrace”.
I think I want to write this movie now.
Somebody actually did write a movie based on this (although the names were all changed). I really think somebody should do it one day.
My first attempt at drawing a superhero (or a sidekick in this matter)!
Check out the drawing at my deviant art page. :)
大きな肉の爪 || Big Meaty Aesthetic
And then all of a sudden that feeling hits you that you’re waaay behind where you should be art skill-wise and you don’t even know where to start improving because you feel so behind so you just kinda sit there like
Beavis & Butthead
I cannot stress how important a reblog is. Likes are swell and all but simply liking something is not going to help the artist’s audience grow. Liking it but not reblogging it seems like a way of saying you kind of like it but it’s not good enough to reblog. I know this may not be the case for many, but for an artist who struggles with having confidence in their abilities a reblog can go a long way to making them feel like they truly are improving. Reblogging art is like “HEY This is so cool I have to share it”. Simply liking it is like keeping it to yourself instead of sharing the experience with someone who could possibly enjoy it too. Not to mention that some artists count on commissions to make a living. If their audience is not growing they may not be getting the commissions they desperately need because they have not reached new potential customers. If you reblog art you’re really helping the artist grow and, in some cases, survive.
- Submitted by abbyka
This is true, I have seen amazing people like dB promote people like bcpony and help them grow their tumblr/deviantart, rebloging does help people, maybe even I should reblog more, sharing is caring after all.