L’Oscurità dell’Ignot - Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
Making people who want sketches draw what they want me to draw first. Keeps it fun for me, and stressful for them!
Title: summer heat
Team: Team 1
Notes: carnations for love, orange tulips for enthusiasm, daisies for innocence! ♥
Need more variation….! Quick little break doodles every now and then from the monitor, otherwise my eyes will tire out a lot faster.
It might be a while before I have any fleshed out digital posts, so I’ll keep my blog alive with sketchbook draws every now and then! Adult life is busy @__@;;
I’d really like to do something like this someday but with RS characters
can’t say i approve of those dreads, but i’m envious of that grim bag
Manx Sheep skull, high five!
a) I don’t give two fucks what you think of my hairstyle; also you don’t know what you’re talking about;
b) It’s not a Manx sheep it’s a Jacob sheep get your fucking old world Ovidae straight you puerile little shits.
People who make cultural appropriation comments about white people with dreads are uneducated idiots. Saxons, Celts, Picts, Vikings and many other european cultures had dreadlocks centuries before rastafarian was invented. Not to mention several other races/cultures including native americans and egyptians also had dreadlocks. Plus im pretty sure no divine being came down and gave a copyright on dreadlocks or any other hairstyle to any specific group or race… also your hair looks amazing so who cares.
^ finally someone said it.
Yes, finally an uneducated person will use their ignorance to defend white dreads. It’s about time. It’s totally never happened before.
Native Americans do not have “dreadlocks”. Some southwestern native men twisted their hair into long hair rolls and stiffened them with clay and paint. Just because that looks like dreadlocks doesn’t mean they are.
Picts, Gallic, and Celtic hairstyles were absolutely not dreadlocks. There were traditions of matting, plaiting, and braiding hair. For Celtics, they were called gleebs (or glibs) which were matted and then caked with mud or clay. For Gauls, they were noted for always washing their hair in limewater to make it heavy and coarse. Again, looks like =/= actually is. Vikings were exceptionally clean and washed their hair and beards daily and used a multitude of combs and other personal grooming tools.
White people wanna make these claims to justify their dreadlocks but yet not know the actual history of their hair. Funny how that is.
some chara design done for a cancelled project
She literally got a drink of water and then walked over to my boots and spit the water in them.
Was it revenge for the braids?
i’ve been waiting for so long for someone to ask who my favourite superhero is because i want you all to know that it’s throg