This shit better work
HAH I REBLOGGED THIS LAST NIGHT AND LOOK WHAT I GOT FROM MY DAD TODAY OUT OF THE BLUE
what if we all got paper lolGUYS I REBLOGGED THIS LAST NIGHT AND I JUST GOT $150
I am not even kidding but I am reblogging this twice in a row because I just got $275.
GUYS MY MOM JUST WALKED INTO MY ROOM AND TOLD ME I WON A $1000 SCHOLARSHIP I AM SCREAMING
I don’t know where I could get money from but oh well.
why are people so stupid
Don’t you think people know it’s fake already, guys please, even the ever so skeptical Scully wanted to believe in the end, let us reblog what we want
Welcome to tumblr
Of course non korean people who would want to pratice french/english or just befriend me are most welcome; let’s all become pals all right?
To celebrate reaching 5k followers on Tumblr and Instagram, I thought I’d do a little giveaway to say thanks!
- Pink Ladies print with Seifuku book
- Coy print with Seifuku book
- Mother Moon print (limited run print)
- Mystique Monday print
- Myrtle Girls print
This beautiful ladie here is aureliart, so go give her love! Especially if you love corsetry and art in general.
I’m 27 this year…so….
make a wish!
There are too much feelings and longing in this (in every piece rvsa make in fact). My heart aches.
Sydney, commission for happyturd! She’s a cutie pie!
While I don’t want to be the voice of reason that buzzkills your art dreams, the fact is few people can make a full- time living in this business. Fewer still can sustain a long term career in the creative arts.
It’s hard to know when to let something go. Or when to keep pushing through.
A full time art job is hard, scary and can be completely fucking heartbreaking at times. For all the people who want to do this for a living and make it their end-all, be-all ultimate goal- it is probably not the fantasy you are envisioning in your head.
I could go on forever on the harsh, terrifying realities of earning an actual sustainable living doing this but i really don’t feel like reminding myself of how tired, isolated and stressed I am most of the time in order to make it work. I love what i do but…. I’m very, very lucky i got this to be a thing.
A day job is not an art crime, guys.
Important for recent grads, and not so recent grads.
I’m a receptionist in an agency for 5 hours a day, this leaves me the morning to do whatever I please (Art!), and I’m lucky enough to have it easy at work, so I can even bring a sketchbook (Art!) for when I’m bored. I do commissions as a way to have extra money and it’s great so far! Even though I won’t be a receptionist forever, it helped me a lot and I have now faith in a future job in graphism, I know I am capable.
Hell, they even made a BIG mistake at work; they sent me what they called a signature tablet for me to check the parcels, magnetic badges etc. and I received it yesterday; it’s actually an effin’ graphics tablet (Okay, the cheapest and smallest but STILL)! I may not have photoshop on the computer but whatever paint will to fine, or oekaki websites for all I care. :D
Dancing Emily (Corpse Bride), commissioned work that I’m really proud of.
Aaaannnd Alise again! But, I promise, I’m not a creeper it was a commission order this time!
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