hi there! i have a question, i haven't been drawing since like january and i cant seem to get started again. do you have any suggestions?

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I only draw to exorcise gross OTP feelings or to enjoy being a kemono (cute ears and tail)

I would recommend just following your butterflies

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blry:

My cellphone cam is super crappy, but here are some Huliia pins I made for fun :)

I started pressing them with the plastic film thingy, but decided I liked the matte look better halfway through

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA WOW you have good taste in my art I’m glad you picked those!!!

James’s OC =  w =

James’s OC =  w =

one of my fave Santigold songs! Not many people know it. I think it was a bonus track on the Japanese release of Santogold?

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tanrhombus:

Tenryo Ikki - Yoshihiyoko

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leuc:

Alexandre Cabanel

Fallen Angel (study), 1846

Fallen Angel, 1847

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Painting

2pblog:

Painting

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septagonstudios:

Nika Akin
HAND

septagonstudios:

Nika Akin

HAND

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as someone studying french at the beginning level (at university), do you have any recommendations for listening comprehension and pronunciation? merci!

Anonymous

a language partner!!!!

http://www.mylanguageexchange.com/ and http://www.italki.com/partners are good places to start

afterwards you also have the option of watching shows/movies you’ve seen before in English and look for French dubs online. I wouldn’t totally recommend this route, especially if you’re using this route only, because it can actually be pretty tiring and you need to log in a lot of watching hours to really see a difference. At your level, toddler or young children shows are better for this type of practice because they speak more slowly and less slangy. 

but I really recommend either a tutor or a language partner. A language partner is often more fun because you’re not paying for it and you guys always aren’t strictly in “studying” mode.