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muffystopheles asked: Oh my dear I love you so much I just I can't stop smiling and making happy noises and eeeeeeee


Answer:

Sometimes my silly ideas turn into real things. I’m always happy when you are involved in one of those things. 

I’m glad you like <3 

(Also not my gif.)

— 3 months ago with 2 notes

These are probably the silliest things I’ve doodled in a while. 

But we’re cute. 

So…

whatever. 

vysov - Kiki (Kiki’s Delivery Service)

acyanrust - San (Princess Mononoke)

designerwalker - Ashitaka (Princess Mononoke) 

muffystopheles - Sheeta (Castle in the Sky/Laputa)

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Quiz results based on : http://www.buzzfeed.com/norbertobriceno/which-miyazaki-character-are-you

— 3 months ago with 17 notes
#my art  #inno  #muffy  #muffystopheles  #vysov  #sockie  #designerwalker  #miyazaki fun  #studio ghibli  #doodles  #I should have been doing homework  #oops 

designerwalker:

Did some art-trading with acyanrust ! 

30-minute character doodles (the third one took me a little longer) of her lovely Alice Pan. 

1. Alice in Revolutionary Girl Utena style! Because of reasons.

2. Alice in my usual style. >:3 

3. Alice and my OC Chrystalin (a cupid) chillin’ like non-villains. 

Enjoy, my sweet! xoxo

First art post in a long time, guys! 

— 3 months ago with 9 notes
#acyanrust  #Inno my dear  #my art  #shameless self promotion  #arts 
I don&#8217;t always make hipster art. 

But if I did, you probably wouldn&#8217;t be able to tell. 

I don’t always make hipster art. 

But if I did, you probably wouldn’t be able to tell. 

— 7 months ago with 2 notes
#my art  #art school  #exam time fml  #ink wash 
Woohoo! Part of my Foundation Computer class homework - we&#8217;re doing basic HTML coding and have to make a website that needs images as buttons. These gals, they are my buttons. From the left: Kiri, Danrea (Chippy), and Asuka. They&#8217;re animal gals from one of my fantasy worlds. Woop. My art, don&#8217;t steal. 

Woohoo! 

Part of my Foundation Computer class homework - we’re doing basic HTML coding and have to make a website that needs images as buttons. 

These gals, they are my buttons. 

From the left: Kiri, Danrea (Chippy), and Asuka. 

They’re animal gals from one of my fantasy worlds. Woop. My art, don’t steal. 

— 8 months ago with 1 note
#I should have put a watermark on these  #but Im lazy  #and have the original files  #my art 
Anonymous asked: Your art is fantastic! I saw the Sharon/Andrea and it blew my mind :)


Answer:

:) Thank you so, so much! I’m glad you like. 

— 9 months ago
A late birthday present for defyingnormalcy! 
And because I&#8217;ve been reading so many great fics where these two have been cuddling on a couch - I couldn&#8217;t not! Also, references were used for Sharon&#8217;s pose (thanks again, to defyingnormalcy!). 
Viva la Hobbs/Raydor! 

A late birthday present for defyingnormalcy! 

And because I’ve been reading so many great fics where these two have been cuddling on a couch - I couldn’t not! Also, references were used for Sharon’s pose (thanks again, to defyingnormalcy!). 

Viva la Hobbs/Raydor! 

— 11 months ago with 21 notes
#happy birthday though!  #defyingnormalcy  #Andrea Hobbs  #Hobbs.Raydor  #Raydor.Hobbs  #fanart  #my art 
Sharon Raydor + Andrea Hobbs. OTP. 

Art is mine - though the concepts behind the top left, coloured image, and bottom right are the brainchildren of HellonHeels44 and defyingnormalcy, based on their fics &#8220;Catch the Wave" and "Life&#8217;s a Beach&#8221;. Yum. 
(References were used for all but the coloured doodle. Generously provided by defyingnormalcy, and the Google machine.)

My favourite is the bottom right. What about you?

Sharon Raydor + Andrea Hobbs. OTP. 

Art is mine - though the concepts behind the top left, coloured image, and bottom right are the brainchildren of HellonHeels44 and defyingnormalcy, based on their fics “Catch the Wave" and "Life’s a Beach”

Yum. 

(References were used for all but the coloured doodle. Generously provided by defyingnormalcy, and the Google machine.)

My favourite is the bottom right. What about you?

— 1 year ago with 55 notes
#hobbs.raydor  #DDA Hobbs  #my art  #doodles  #raydor.hobbs  #sharon.andrea  #andrea.sharon 
IT HAS BEEN AGES
(since I&#8217;ve posted any art, I know). 

But! All beware my Mary!Picspam. And Kathe Mazur. Because the women are flawless, and as Raydor and Hobbs I just&#8230; phwoar. I can hardly handle myself. 

This is just a teaser pic to the sketchdump I&#8217;ll be posting showing off my new-ish Major Crimes obsession. I&#8217;ve never drawn Mary MacDonnell or Kathe Mazur before, so I hope I captured them well enough&#8230; 

Also, the one on the top left was inspired by this fic: http://defyingnormalcy.livejournal.com/224982.html  by defyingnormalcy and HellonHeels44. You should read it. It&#8217;s some very cute Raydor/Hobbs fiction. 

IT HAS BEEN AGES

(since I’ve posted any art, I know). 

But! All beware my Mary!Picspam. And Kathe Mazur. Because the women are flawless, and as Raydor and Hobbs I just… phwoar. I can hardly handle myself. 

This is just a teaser pic to the sketchdump I’ll be posting showing off my new-ish Major Crimes obsession. I’ve never drawn Mary MacDonnell or Kathe Mazur before, so I hope I captured them well enough… 

Also, the one on the top left was inspired by this fic: http://defyingnormalcy.livejournal.com/224982.html  by defyingnormalcy and HellonHeels44. You should read it. It’s some very cute Raydor/Hobbs fiction. 

— 1 year ago with 40 notes
#Hobbs.Raydor  #Raydor.Hobbs  #Andrea Hobbs  #Mmmmmmary  #defyingnormalcy  #my art  #HellonHeels44 
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO THE USS CARYL! 

I&#8217;m sorry I didn&#8217;t get it done exactly on time (I&#8217;m 1 hour and 17 minutes late, wamp wamp), but I just wanted to thank the Captain, our First Mate, and everyone involved in the running of our mothership for being so gosh darn wonderful. 
This ship is amazing - and is by far the most tightly-knit ship I&#8217;ve ever been lucky enough to be a part of. There are unmeasured amounts of kindness, intelligence, and talent among our ranks, you should all be proud. 
This is my thank you, and a congratulations to everyone! 
And yes, there is a baby kraken on my shoulder. Whatever. 

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO THE USS CARYL! 

I’m sorry I didn’t get it done exactly on time (I’m 1 hour and 17 minutes late, wamp wamp), but I just wanted to thank the Captain, our First Mate, and everyone involved in the running of our mothership for being so gosh darn wonderful. 

This ship is amazing - and is by far the most tightly-knit ship I’ve ever been lucky enough to be a part of. There are unmeasured amounts of kindness, intelligence, and talent among our ranks, you should all be proud. 

This is my thank you, and a congratulations to everyone! 

And yes, there is a baby kraken on my shoulder. Whatever. 

— 1 year ago with 44 notes
#caryl  #USS Caryl  #I love this tag so much  #ugh  #my art  #also a shameless selfie  #but I'm not that cute irl 
philsmismatchedsocks:

mammacarnage:

candymandie:

artist-confessions:

My grade 4 teacher took my desk away because I would draw on it. I was to sit on the floor for months as my punishment. (Deserved or not, to an 8 year old this was really embarrassing.)My grade 7 teacher went into my desk to go through my folder of (admittedly angsty) art without my permission, then went to my mother. Because of her I was forced to see the school psychiatrist regularly.My grade 8 teacher told me art could never be a career and that I would end up without any worth, working somewhere trashy for my whole life.My grade 9 teacher ripped up my entire art folder because I was drawing in class, after bawling in front of everyone she then chased me into the washroom to lecture me while I hid to cry in a stall.My grade 10 teacher didn’t believe I had painted something by myself, she told me it was plagiarism and gave me zero. When it was in fact 100% mine.This is just few of many.
Thirteen years have passed and I am ashamed to admit that any of this still affects me. These instances for which I am sure are insignificant to any of you shook my confidence, sucked the passion out of my only escape, and made me feel as if my hobby was wrong, worthless, and should be hidden; and for that I will never forgive them.
submitted by -Anonymous

i have this tick where my hands have to be constantly moving or i get really uncomfortable (it’s also why i do origami) so sometimes i’d doodle in my notebook and i can look at any old doodle and tell you what i was learning when i was drawing it becuase that’s how i concentrated

Reason why I don’t creative write as much as I used to anymore.
Had to do a diary piece from a character from Of Mice and Men.
100% mine, 100% emotional
Teacher
Teacher said it was plagiarism.
Told me to write something completely unrelated - didn’t match up to what I had written.
No because you didn’t make me write an emotional piece.
I hate you for ripping my skills out like that you piece of shit.

I can relate to this so much. I used to be pretty damn creative, I could practically never get my mind to shut up but I liked it that way. Give me a character and I could make a story automatically. But after a huge list of unsupportive English teacher, I’m not like that anymore. A hell of a lot of my creativity has just been drained and I don’t even know if I have potential to be an author anymore. Teachers screw you up more than they help you.

I relate to this in some ways too, but more than my teachers telling me I had to stop drawing in class, was my mother. She would always tell me that I had a problem, because I couldn&#8217;t focus on one thing at a time. She said that I would never get anywhere in life unless I learned to apply myself to focusing and studying&#8230; working on ONE thing at a time. She made me feel like I was wrong for not forcing myself to keep my sketchbook in my desk/doodles out of my binders. I admit that it&#8217;s definitely frustrating, especially when sitting in lecture or lab for example, but it&#8217;s not wrong. I can&#8217;t help it. My hands need to move. They need to create. 
My highschool art teachers tried to teach me that, as well as my Grade 10 English teacher - who is a phenomenal and understanding woman that I wish all of you could know - who encouraged me to change her project curriculum so that I could work to my strengths. I would draw for class projects instead of write, when I could. 
Now, I&#8217;m finally applying for art school. After years of trying to figure out what interested me enough to apply myself to - because I was a completely failure in University&#8230; and I think I found it, thanks to some really kind words from some brilliant artists - many of whom I&#8217;ve met on tumblr, and the constant support of my wonderful highschool art teachers.
I&#8217;m sorry to see that so many people have had such terrible experiences in the school system - teachers, coaches and instructors, myself being one of them, should not be allowed to limit their students because of how they perceive art. 
I really hope that everyone who has had their self-esteem, self-worth, and their self-perceptions altered by people who think that art is not valid can eventually find that part of themselves again and reclaim it. 
Whether it be on lined paper in the margins of your 3-ring binder for math class, or the rock you&#8217;ve been drawing on in the schoolyard with charcoal &#8212; 
You should never feel guilty for needing to express yourself artistically. 

philsmismatchedsocks:

mammacarnage:

candymandie:

artist-confessions:

My grade 4 teacher took my desk away because I would draw on it. I was to sit on the floor for months as my punishment. (Deserved or not, to an 8 year old this was really embarrassing.)

My grade 7 teacher went into my desk to go through my folder of (admittedly angsty) art without my permission, then went to my mother. Because of her I was forced to see the school psychiatrist regularly.

My grade 8 teacher told me art could never be a career and that I would end up without any worth, working somewhere trashy for my whole life.

My grade 9 teacher ripped up my entire art folder because I was drawing in class, after bawling in front of everyone she then chased me into the washroom to lecture me while I hid to cry in a stall.

My grade 10 teacher didn’t believe I had painted something by myself, she told me it was plagiarism and gave me zero. When it was in fact 100% mine.

This is just few of many.

Thirteen years have passed and I am ashamed to admit that any of this still affects me. These instances for which I am sure are insignificant to any of you shook my confidence, sucked the passion out of my only escape, and made me feel as if my hobby was wrong, worthless, and should be hidden; and for that I will never forgive them.

submitted by -Anonymous

i have this tick where my hands have to be constantly moving or i get really uncomfortable (it’s also why i do origami) so sometimes i’d doodle in my notebook and i can look at any old doodle and tell you what i was learning when i was drawing it becuase that’s how i concentrated

Reason why I don’t creative write as much as I used to anymore.

Had to do a diary piece from a character from Of Mice and Men.

100% mine, 100% emotional

Teacher

Teacher said it was plagiarism.

Told me to write something completely unrelated - didn’t match up to what I had written.

No because you didn’t make me write an emotional piece.

I hate you for ripping my skills out like that you piece of shit.

I can relate to this so much. I used to be pretty damn creative, I could practically never get my mind to shut up but I liked it that way. Give me a character and I could make a story automatically. But after a huge list of unsupportive English teacher, I’m not like that anymore. A hell of a lot of my creativity has just been drained and I don’t even know if I have potential to be an author anymore. Teachers screw you up more than they help you.

I relate to this in some ways too, but more than my teachers telling me I had to stop drawing in class, was my mother. She would always tell me that I had a problem, because I couldn’t focus on one thing at a time. She said that I would never get anywhere in life unless I learned to apply myself to focusing and studying… working on ONE thing at a time. She made me feel like I was wrong for not forcing myself to keep my sketchbook in my desk/doodles out of my binders. 

I admit that it’s definitely frustrating, especially when sitting in lecture or lab for example, but it’s not wrong. I can’t help it. My hands need to move. They need to create. 

My highschool art teachers tried to teach me that, as well as my Grade 10 English teacher - who is a phenomenal and understanding woman that I wish all of you could know - who encouraged me to change her project curriculum so that I could work to my strengths. I would draw for class projects instead of write, when I could. 

Now, I’m finally applying for art school. After years of trying to figure out what interested me enough to apply myself to - because I was a completely failure in University… and I think I found it, thanks to some really kind words from some brilliant artists - many of whom I’ve met on tumblr, and the constant support of my wonderful highschool art teachers.

I’m sorry to see that so many people have had such terrible experiences in the school system - teachers, coaches and instructors, myself being one of them, should not be allowed to limit their students because of how they perceive art. 

I really hope that everyone who has had their self-esteem, self-worth, and their self-perceptions altered by people who think that art is not valid can eventually find that part of themselves again and reclaim it. 

Whether it be on lined paper in the margins of your 3-ring binder for math class, or the rock you’ve been drawing on in the schoolyard with charcoal —

You should never feel guilty for needing to express yourself artistically

(via collaredginger)

— 1 year ago with 52293 notes
#personal  #I just feel really strongly about this guys  #art is amazing  #people are amazing too