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Luca /19 / NYC / Japanese + Chinese / Pre-Vet / Animation

twitter.com/mochaluca:

    junjouprince:

print for minicomi pls buy from me this is the only thing i will prob have im doomed

    junjouprince:

    print for minicomi pls buy from me this is the only thing i will prob have im doomed

    (via zerachin)

    — 13 hours ago with 11752 notes
    choodraws:

i don’t really have much work i can show at the moment but here’s some stickers i’ll have at SMASH this year

    choodraws:

    i don’t really have much work i can show at the moment but here’s some stickers i’ll have at SMASH this year

    (via zerachin)

    — 13 hours ago with 3563 notes
    chiltonomics:

peonymoonflower:

cucumbersforlegs:

THIS NEVER FAILS TO MAKE ME LAUGH. I FEEL LIKE SHIT AND IVE SEEN THIS PICTURE A HUNDRED TIMES BUT I AM STILL LAUGHING JFC

It’s funnier to me bc I have that exact same dish

Everyone has that dish.

    chiltonomics:

    peonymoonflower:

    cucumbersforlegs:

    THIS NEVER FAILS TO MAKE ME LAUGH. I FEEL LIKE SHIT AND IVE SEEN THIS PICTURE A HUNDRED TIMES BUT I AM STILL LAUGHING JFC

    It’s funnier to me bc I have that exact same dish

    Everyone has that dish.

    (Source: andafern, via zerachin)

    — 14 hours ago with 521288 notes

    juilanne:

    i love typing because my fingers make that cool sound and i seem professional

    (via teacup-lemonade)

    — 15 hours ago with 398403 notes

    quintessence-of-dust:

    Kacy Catanzaro: the first woman in history to qualify for Mt. Midoriyama.

    I just need everyone to watch this video [x]. She’s a 5 foot, 100 lb gymnast and she beasts through this insanely difficult, heavily upper body focused course like it was her morning jog. The camera keeps cutting to these massive, musclebound men in the audience with their mouths hanging open. 

    (Source: felicityperhaps, via teacup-lemonade)

    — 16 hours ago with 134125 notes
    Writing advice you're not going to like. →

    madlori:

    People sometimes send me Asks wanting writing advice. I suck at it. I don’t really know how I do the writing, or how one should do the writing, or what one should do to get better at the writing. All I can ever think to say is “write a lot of stuff and you will get better at the…

    — 16 hours ago with 6417 notes
    cavetocanvas:

Tom Wesselmann, Seascape Dropout, 1982
From the Tate Gallery:

 Wesselman’s interest in the interplay of positive and negative shapes dates from the collages he was making in the early 60s in which there was a specific aesthetic goal which Wesselman describes as follows:
The ideal was competition rather than harmony - all parts of the painting competed throughout the painting, in many ways, in order to generate excitement and demand attention. One of the main tools besides colour was the use of positive and negative shapes or space. This is why [my] earliest nudes are often very curvy - to set up a strong positive - negative relationship between the positive shape - the body - and adjacent negative areas, so that both the adjacent area and the nude could break free and advance. If all positive and negative areas became as strong as possible, there would be no negative areas: the image could become one strong positive shape. What counted was that one final shape.

    cavetocanvas:

    Tom Wesselmann, Seascape Dropout, 1982

    From the Tate Gallery:

     Wesselman’s interest in the interplay of positive and negative shapes dates from the collages he was making in the early 60s in which there was a specific aesthetic goal which Wesselman describes as follows:

    The ideal was competition rather than harmony - all parts of the painting competed throughout the painting, in many ways, in order to generate excitement and demand attention. One of the main tools besides colour was the use of positive and negative shapes or space. This is why [my] earliest nudes are often very curvy - to set up a strong positive - negative relationship between the positive shape - the body - and adjacent negative areas, so that both the adjacent area and the nude could break free and advance. If all positive and negative areas became as strong as possible, there would be no negative areas: the image could become one strong positive shape. What counted was that one final shape.

    (via ther0ux)

    — 18 hours ago with 1495 notes

    stability:

    nothings worse than passing up an opportunity you know you would’ve enjoyed because of the fear of being judged

    (via teacup-lemonade)

    — 18 hours ago with 310494 notes

    jakewyattriot:

    Ms Marvel #6

    I love that this is a real comic and that I got to draw it. And I love that tumblr has uploaded THE ENTIRE ISSUE as photosets. But mostly I love drawing grumpy li’l Wolverines.

    (Source: reyesrobbies, via ktshy)

    — 19 hours ago with 12314 notes

    wolverxne:

    Freddy The Fox by: [Rob Lee]

    Photographers note: "This brave fox wandered up on our porch. He's half cat, half dog, and all cute. When the fox first came for a visit we instantly named it "Freddy the Fox." But after we got to know it we found out Freddy is actually Frederica."

    (via tokwa)

    — 19 hours ago with 41916 notes