barathighs:

piccolo & his adopted child, gohan 
cries about how much i love them

frauleinpflaume:

nostalgica:

apesdonthavetails:

taquitobox:

It’s astounding how many artists I see drawing DBZ characters like this. DBZ is a Shōnen anime/manga with a bunch of guys who can bench press galaxies. They are NOT teeny tiny kawaii little twigs cat-fighting each other. 
They have muscles and that’s all there is to it.   

Or everyone can draw their fanart however the hell makes them happy and you can get over yourself

I can see how this can be annoying to some people!
Personally my favorite kind of fanart is the type where artists use their own style! But that’s the point it’s a manner of taste, if you want to draw just like the author, that’s wonderful and if you want to draw in your own style it’s all good too! We are all here to have fun, fanart should be just that, fun! The most important thing is that the artist is enjoying themselves because well it’s fanwork!Some of the most popular DBZ artists here draw in their own style just like there are those that draw closer to Toriyama’s style and both are perfectly good. I think that’s what made dragonballzine such a popular project with amazing success was because the zine aimed at artists getting creative with their favorite show and it’s quite  wild ride looking through the gallery and seeing so many amazing works of art of people who are the majority professionals. So please, nobody feel discouraged, draw what you like, however you like, draw what makes you happy and find the style that suits you best or make up your own! ♥
# From a professional point of view tho, I work at an art school, tho I work on another subject there, tho I’m the go to substitute for the art teachers, one of the things I always notice is the teaches discureging the students from copying styles, they always ask the students to try to form their own, which makes perfect sense if you plan to become a professional in this field, copying to learn is good, but staying stuck in someone elses style can be dameging, in the fact that it will later on be very hard to sepparate your newfound style from what you copied, copying is a good starting point, but it should never be your end game, nobody got to where they where imitating what other artists do down to every last detail, and nothing feels more awesome than people liking your art for being yours, people with their own style worked hard for their style, and it’s be kinda crippling to their development to go back to copying, fanart

This was absolutely constructive and encouraging bb ♥ 

frauleinpflaume:

nostalgica:

apesdonthavetails:

taquitobox:

It’s astounding how many artists I see drawing DBZ characters like this. DBZ is a Shōnen anime/manga with a bunch of guys who can bench press galaxies. They are NOT teeny tiny kawaii little twigs cat-fighting each other. 

They have muscles and that’s all there is to it.   

Or everyone can draw their fanart however the hell makes them happy and you can get over yourself

I can see how this can be annoying to some people!

Personally my favorite kind of fanart is the type where artists use their own style! But that’s the point it’s a manner of taste, if you want to draw just like the author, that’s wonderful and if you want to draw in your own style it’s all good too! We are all here to have fun, fanart should be just that, fun! The most important thing is that the artist is enjoying themselves because well it’s fanwork!

Some of the most popular DBZ artists here draw in their own style just like there are those that draw closer to Toriyama’s style and both are perfectly good. 

I think that’s what made dragonballzine such a popular project with amazing success was because the zine aimed at artists getting creative with their favorite show and it’s quite  wild ride looking through the gallery and seeing so many amazing works of art of people who are the majority professionals. 

So please, nobody feel discouraged, draw what you like, however you like, draw what makes you happy and find the style that suits you best or make up your own! ♥

# From a professional point of view tho, I work at an art school, tho I work on another subject there, tho I’m the go to substitute for the art teachers, one of the things I always notice is the teaches discureging the students from copying styles, they always ask the students to try to form their own, which makes perfect sense if you plan to become a professional in this field, copying to learn is good, but staying stuck in someone elses style can be dameging, in the fact that it will later on be very hard to sepparate your newfound style from what you copied, copying is a good starting point, but it should never be your end game, nobody got to where they where imitating what other artists do down to every last detail, and nothing feels more awesome than people liking your art for being yours, people with their own style worked hard for their style, and it’s be kinda crippling to their development to go back to copying, fanart

This was absolutely constructive and encouraging bb ♥ 

ttobe:

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the drem„„,

barthvader:

omgitsnils:

gifprincess:

Have you ever looked at a really hot dude and thought I’d suck his dick with no hesitation if he asked me

Ew no, yes.

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I looked up to you as a drawer I really liked your art on deviant atr but now I hate it because you draw gay stuff.
Anonymous

frauleinpflaume:

radishcakes:

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good.

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# I THINK WE HAVE TO DRAW MORE GAY STUFF BUDGIES

I am totally ready for this buds, let the gayfest begin! B)

fukkkres:

when ur eating dinner at your friends house

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and their parents start arguing

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and you want to ask for the salt

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but the salt is right in between their upcoming divorce

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jicamahowler:

So I was cruisin’ on google images and I found this:

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raditztheradish and haviary, I can see y’all diggin’ this design.

I need this so badly in my life, the Budgies HQ *q*

coolator:

LEVANTARSE 

coolator:

LEVANTARSE 

mylovelybirds:

220_2014

mylovelybirds:

220_2014

tieltavern:

She’s studying for bird school which is for birds.

tieltavern:

She’s studying for bird school which is for birds.

angelclark:

99-Year-Old Lady Sews A Dress A Day For Children In Need 

Lillian Weber, a 99-year-old good Samaritan from Iowa, has spent the last few years sewing a dress a day for the Little Dresses For Africa charity, a Christian organization that distributes dresses to children in need in Africa and elsewhere.

Weber’s goal is to make 1,000 dresses by the time she turns 100 on May 6th. So far, she’s made more than 840. Though she says she could make two a day, she only makes one – but each single dress she makes per day is personalized with careful stitchwork. She hopes that each little girl who receives her dress can take pride in her new garment.

paulpable:

I’m so glad someone made this