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givenclarity:

it felt like he was nodding along to all my music while drawing this

givenclarity:

it felt like he was nodding along to all my music while drawing this

kellysue:

Don’t mind me.

kellysue:

Don’t mind me.

chrishallbeck:

Washed.
Maximumble by Chris Hallbeck [website | patreon | twitter | facebook]

chrishallbeck:

Washed.

Maximumble by Chris Hallbeck
[website | patreon | twitter | facebook]

freewilledangels:

wlntersoldier:

don’t date anyone who doesn’t think hawkeye is a valuable member of the avengers

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Can you draw hulk and groot having a sophisticated conversation?

Anonymous

If you’re a writer and you see this post, stop what you’re doing.

mark-helsing:

WHENEVER YOU SEE THIS POST ON YOUR DASH, STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING AND WRITE ONE SENTENCE FOR YOUR CURRENT PROJECT.

Just one sentence. Stop blogging for one minute and write a single sentence. It could be dialogue, it could be a nice description of scenery, it could be a metaphor, I don’t care. The point is, do it. Then, when you finish, you can get back to blogging.

If this gets viral, you might just have your novel finished by next Tuesday.

This is so rude. I literally just saw this as the first post when I stopped from writing my thing. uuuuuuuugh

hils79:

hamletmachine:

~Must protect Bucky~

I’m really tempted to write fic for this. It could be a companion piece to this which was also inspired by art :D

hils79:

hamletmachine:

~Must protect Bucky~

I’m really tempted to write fic for this. It could be a companion piece to this which was also inspired by art :D

dynamicafrica:

Worn mostly by women in the East Africa - mostly Tanzania (including Zanzibar) and Kenya, these large rectangular colourfully-designed cloths, called kangas, are a staple garment for many, mostly in the rural parts of these areas, but are also worn usually by older women in more urban areas.

Having their origins in the 19th century when Swahili-speaking women living along the cost, intrigued by the cotton shawls worn by the Portuguese who controlled the Zanzibar coastline, started buying them in bundles of six and stitched them together in two lengths of three and made them into dresses, kangas have developed into a highly important social aspect of life for many in this part of East Africa.

In the early 20th century, the most noted features of kangas were added when a trader in Mombasa named Kaderdina ‘Abdulla’ Hajee Essak started accenting his kanga cloths with proverbs. Nowadays, most kangas are embedded with a message - often in Swahili - of some sort ranging from political to personal.

Most recently, labels like the London-based British-Tanzanian fashion line Chichia London have begun incorporating kangas in their designs, creating western-inspired garments with a heavy East African touch.

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October: Highlighting African Art & African Artists

Kangas are awesome. And these women have a magically way of wearing them that involves some crazy tuck/roll thing that I had the WORST time doing when I was there.

Bro.

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