Going to FanExpo as Shaggy Rogers.
Going to FanExpo as Shaggy Rogers.
OH MY GOD I’M GOING TO PISS MYSELF
This kid needs a nobel prize
That “kid” is almost 40.
"I don’t think you drew this."
"i draw this"
Oh my god who remembers this?
- Pokemon Red
- Pokemon Blue
- Pokemon Gold
- Pokemon Silver
- Pokemon Bronze
- Pokemon Red Fire
- Pokemon Grass Green
- Pokemon Ruby Tuesday
- Pokemon Safe Fire
- Pokemon A B C
- Pokemon X Y Z
- Pokemon Now I know my A B C’s
- Pokemon Dungeon Dice Monsters
- Pokemon The Last Airbender
- Pokemon of the Galaxy
- Pokemon Horror Story: Asylum
- Pokemon Horror Story: Coven
- Pokemon Horror Story: ….Coven 2
- Pokemon Ping Pong
- Pokemon Party
- Pokemon Party 8
- PokeKart: Double Dash
- Pokemon Crunch Wrap Supreme
- Pokemon Cross Dress
- Pokemon Fingerblast
- Pokemon Facebook Edition
- Pokemon Who?
- Castlevania 2: Simon’s Quest
LEAFGREEN not Grass Green
yes thank you. THAT’S the one game i needed to be corrected on.
1-7. Every halo game
8-9. Portal 1&2
10-15. Every half-life game
16. Fussion Frenzy
17. Team Fortress 2
18-24. Call of Duty 2 - Call of Duty: Ghosts
25-27. Left 4 Dead 1&2
28. Batman: Arkham City
That’s just a few that I have played.
Our fandom has such a great community of talented artists, so I know it seems frightening. Most people think they’ll never be good enough to be a part of it. Elitism is a real issue in the fandom nowadays, and it saddens me the amount of people confessing here that they’re scared or don’t think it’s possible to become popular now.
- Don’t focus on becoming popular, because it will only discourage you. Popularity is not worth aiming for and will not make you a better artist. All of the popular artists are people with feelings who probably sucked when they started drawing.
- Try not to compare your work to someone else’s. Your work is unique, and you are the only one who can draw what you draw.
- If you love to draw, who cares what other people think? Do what you love. Draw ponies every single freakin’ day if you want to and don’t give up just because you’re not as good as someone else. Everyone starts somewhere.
- The way to get better is draw, draw, draw. Draw when you don’t feel like it and draw even if you hate what comes out of it. Keep it. Soon you’ll look back on your old stuff and be amazed at how far you’ve progressed.
- Art is supposed to be fun! If you’re not having fun drawing, please take a step back and remember why you draw.
- If you know you’re not good at drawing something, look around at how other people draw it and try to replicate that. Draw it a bunch of different ways. Art is a constant upwards learning experience, and nobody ever masters it. There is far too much to learn.
- Learn to love your own work. In every drawing you do, look for one thing in it that you’re proud of. It could be a leg or a wing or an eye that came out really well, just tell yourself that it looks pretty good. One step at a time.
- Finally, just by drawing you are already a part of the art community. This is not a secret group you have to be super-talented to join. This is open to everyone, regardless of age, experience, or talent.
I think a lot of us forget why we produce art in the first place. Your goal should never be to become super popular - just to make yourself and others happy with your art. If you like your stuff, it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks.
Please keep drawing.
- Submitted by coobiie
I knew it
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With two premieres and a live aftershow, tomorrow is an enormous day on BBC America.
First at 8pm/7c is the season 8 premiere of Doctor Who with episode 1: ‘Deep Breath’, starring Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor. Doctor Who Tumblr, Twitter, and Instagram will be liveblogging throughout the feature-length episode.
Immediately following Doctor Who is the premiere of new original series Intruders at 10pm/9c starring John Simm (Doctor Who’s The Master) and Oscar winner Mira Sorvino (Mighty Aphrodite, Norma Jean & Marilyn). Intruders Tumblr and Twitter will be liveblogging the series premiere.
Then, comedian and Doctor Who superfan Chris Hardwick hosts Doctor Who: After Who Live at 11:00pm ET. The post-show will feature an array of guests in the studio including writer and actor Mark Gatiss along with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. You can check out Doctor Who Tumblr and Twitter to follow along with a liveblog of the special.
We’ll see you on Saturday!