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Posted on 15th May at 12:31 PM, with 7 notes
" R A W ,  C B "
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" R A W ,  C B "

Posted on 14th May at 6:16 AM, with 3 notes
I was talking to the person most famously known as content-creator for the now defunct ‘sassysnake’ legacy. They sketched a strogg Chimera Hybrid boasting media-orthodox feminine traits, AKA Baywatch bod.
Entertaining enough for me! so I spent some time finishing it up all spiffy. Can’t think of a neater way to practice your method than seeing how it sticks to another artist’s leftovers.
you can view the original HERE
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I was talking to the person most famously known as content-creator for the now defunct ‘sassysnake’ legacy. They sketched a strogg Chimera Hybrid boasting media-orthodox feminine traits, AKA Baywatch bod.

Entertaining enough for me! so I spent some time finishing it up all spiffy. Can’t think of a neater way to practice your method than seeing how it sticks to another artist’s leftovers.

you can view the original HERE

Posted on 14th May at 4:33 AM, with 83,171 notes
"The problem is that white people see racism as conscious hate, when racism is bigger than that. Racism is a complex system of social and political levers and pulleys set up generations ago to continue working on the behalf of whites at other people’s expense, whether whites know/like it or not. Racism is an insidious cultural disease. It is so insidious that it doesn’t care if you are a white person who likes black people; it’s still going to find a way to infect how you deal with people who don’t look like you. Yes, racism looks like hate, but hate is just one manifestation. Privilege is another. Access is another. Ignorance is another. Apathy is another. And so on. So while I agree with people who say no one is born racist, it remains a powerful system that we’re immediately born into. It’s like being born into air: you take it in as soon as you breathe. It’s not a cold that you can get over. There is no anti-racist certification class. It’s a set of socioeconomic traps and cultural values that are fired up every time we interact with the world. It is a thing you have to keep scooping out of the boat of your life to keep from drowning in it. I know it’s hard work, but it’s the price you pay for owning everything."

Scott Wood (X)

he motherfucking dropped the truth.

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I like it when my smart friends say smart shit that goes viral.

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Posted on 12th May at 2:08 PM, with 6,842 notes

blastortoise:

The fact that white people think not being allowed to say a racial slur is racist shows how warped and wrong their concept of racism is. So I’m really not surprised when they say that racism against white people exists because they don’t know what racism is.

this is the number one thing next to blatant sexism i encounter in my daily escapades. They are my co workers. they are the people with which I shared hobbies and interests. The comfortable whites are fucking everywhere and they hate nothing more than sensible folk who try and drill some decency into their thick mutated skulls

Posted on 12th Apr at 8:19 AM, with 10 notes
Just figurin’ out the basics for what artery looks like sans headgear. She’s got blue rectangulously-conditioned flesh and a distinct facial abnormality. Not exactly hard to spot in a crowd. Initially, she wore her helmet to protect herself and conceal her identity. By the time she realized disassociating her face from her cause was kind of counterproductive, the helmet had become an icon of death and dismay to men and police officers across the globe.
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Just figurin’ out the basics for what artery looks like sans headgear. She’s got blue rectangulously-conditioned flesh and a distinct facial abnormality. Not exactly hard to spot in a crowd. Initially, she wore her helmet to protect herself and conceal her identity. By the time she realized disassociating her face from her cause was kind of counterproductive, the helmet had become an icon of death and dismay to men and police officers across the globe.

Posted on 4th Apr at 4:19 PM, with 3 notes
newgroods:

My long-disused deviantart account notified me that it’s apparently ramirezoid's birthday.  That sounded like a good excuse to draw a lizard person I haven't drawn yet!
hence rallenemone

hell yes teen ralle

newgroods:

My long-disused deviantart account notified me that it’s apparently ramirezoid's birthday.  That sounded like a good excuse to draw a lizard person I haven't drawn yet!

hence rallenemone

hell yes teen ralle

Posted on 3rd Apr at 4:58 AM, with 5 notes
found the dvd insert i made 2 years ago after fake-adapting OJWAMM, a short story from my senior year writing class, into a film for my summer 2012 earn-your-equivalence graphic design course.
Nothing particularly great and this character is definitely the least interesting I’ve ever conceived. BUT. His eyes speak to me
 those chapter titles are salary-worthy and you know it
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found the dvd insert i made 2 years ago after fake-adapting OJWAMM, a short story from my senior year writing class, into a film for my summer 2012 earn-your-equivalence graphic design course.

Nothing particularly great and this character is definitely the least interesting I’ve ever conceived. BUT. His eyes speak to me

 those chapter titles are salary-worthy and you know it

Tagged: #OJWAMM,
Posted on 27th Mar at 6:29 PM, with 3 notes
This is on that caliber of crumbs i would have clustered together way back in 2009, when i thought ~surreal~ was the cool thing to be. I also thought surrealism was just piles of limbs.
This is recent, though! recent meaning this week. it only took an hour or two
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This is on that caliber of crumbs i would have clustered together way back in 2009, when i thought ~surreal~ was the cool thing to be. I also thought surrealism was just piles of limbs.

This is recent, though! recent meaning this week. it only took an hour or two

Posted on 25th Mar at 11:20 PM, with 4 notes
papag-nh:

I came to work to find a dolphin in the sink…. I’m never emptying that sink again.
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papag-nh:

I came to work to find a dolphin in the sink…. I’m never emptying that sink again.

Posted on 18th Mar at 10:11 PM, with 4 notes
nekomimiclay asked: do you watch rick and morty because there's this gator lizard lookin dude briefly in one of the latest episodes that reminded me of ur stuff and also i see ur a fan of snaggle-teeth

Someone on twitter pointed that out to me! I wrote a letter to adult swim demanding a royalty check.

 I’ve been following Zach’s art for like 8 or 9 years. I like the designs he does for the show, but despite that I haven’t taken time to sit down and watch an episode. Mostly because from the bumps and promos I’ve seen it didn’t really look interesting or good. The jokes sounded lame, I don’t like the designs for Rick and Morty themselves, and their voices.. P U!!

I can’t pass the judgment “It sucks and Zach’s character designs are the only good thing” until I give it an honest watch but I’m not getting my hopes up. 

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