YO BITCHEZ, LOVE DUNKAROOS?
WANT TO MAKE A MASS QUANTITY OF IT AND SAVE MONEY AT THE SAME TIME??
WELL HERE YOU FUCKING GO:
1 box funfetti cake mix (DO NOT add the ingredients that you usually would to actually make the cake - you need just the mix)
2 cups plain yogurt
1/2 container of cool whip.
Serve with animal crackers or graham crackers.
SIGNAL BOOST THIS. HELP ME FEED MY PEOPLE.
what the flying fuck is a dunkaroo?
hoLY FUCKING SHIT YESSSS
WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU MEAN
“WHAT IS A DUNKAROO”!?
I miss Dunkaroos. I all but forgot about it until this post. Thank you.
what the fuck is this science bullshit
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I’m certain it won’t pass senate but I suppose the commotion makes a point.
the mediocre gatsby
the decent wall of china
the ok depression
The mildly interesting barrier reef
somewhat fulfilled expectations.
alexander the good enough
I’ve been thinking lately.. While it is important to an artist’s growth to learn from others and listen to critique and try new things, not everything everyone tells you is gospel. Even if a critique is coming from a teacher or industry professional. Not everything they tell you is written in stone, or will work for you, or is the best solution for what you want to do. And just because someone is in a position of authority doesn’t mean you need to completely change who you are or what you do to suit their opinion. Now, this isn’t to say that you should never listen to people, especially while in art school - it’s difficult to learn and grow as an artist without outside input from people who have more experience or even just a fresh perspective, and when you are starting out you should make use of whatever resources you can. You always want to be open to new ideas and perspectives. But, it’s also okay to disagree with people. While the vast majority of critique and guidance I’ve received over the years has been incredibly valuable, I’ve realized that some of the things my professors insisted upon just flat out were counterproductive; some of the things some industry professionals told me to do weakened rather than strengthened my work. But since they were in positions of relative power and authority, I was afraid to trust my own judgement. Sometimes it feels like there’s so much pressure as an artist to listen to every single critique and take every opinion into account, like they automatically are more important than your own, no matter what. But sometimes you need to listen to your gut and do what you want, regardless of whether or not it’s what other artists think you need to do. Look at critique objectively, and decide for yourself if you really want to steer yourself in the direction dictated. Filter what does and doesn’t work for you. It’s okay to say “Thank you very much for your input, but I like it the way it is,” or “That’s not where I want to go with my art/career/etc.” It’s okay to say No.
(Note: probably a lot of you are like, “well, no shit,” but for someone like me who is overly credulous and full of self-doubt, I have to keep reminding myself of this kind of thing so I don’t drop everything and change anytime someone disagrees with me) >_>
This was definitely some insight I could have used while in art school. Yes, listen to critique, yes, consider where other people are coming from and what they’re bringing to the table when analyzing your art, but DO NOT throw everything away just to appease the masses. The whole point is that it’s YOUR ART and if you’re constantly doing art gymnastics you’ll never get where you want to go.
I have no clue who this man is, but, if he asked, the answer would be “yes!”
Oh my. Could anyone help silverfoxmen find out who this amazing gentleman is?
Red hot nickel dropped in water…
I just yelled THAT’S SO FASCINATING
As well you should because THAT IS SERIOUSLY SO FASCINATING
THAT IS THE CUTEST NOISE I HAVE EVER HEARD
it’s like a tiny magical girl transformation scene
This is hands down the coolest melty bead art I’ve ever seen. It’s threeeeee deeeeeee.
You can purchase it (and I think they do custom orders too) over at the Pixel Visions shop.
Bowie as Mephistopheles ♥ from the opera Faust by Charles Gounod
I can hear your ovaries exploding