Anonymous asked
ok, you like really badass women right? i think you should totally check out yeon woo jhi!!

I’m all about badass women

If anybody asks you to sum up America’s society in one picture just show them this

If anybody asks you to sum up America’s society in one picture just show them this

Anonymous asked
Well, in the end its what you want and not what other people think! (and if it does happen will you share pics?)

There would definitely be pictures but I’d have to decide if I’m even gonna get it first. I plan on getting other tattoos much sooner, though.

http://safety-officer-barto.tumblr.com/post/93042724502/i-have-a-question-and-it-may-sound-stupid-but-i

edwardstumbs:

safety-officer-barto:

edwardstumbs:

safety-officer-barto:

I have a question, and it may sound stupid but I guess that’s what asking questions is for. So I’ve been wrestling with the thought of getting air bender tattoos on my arms (you know how the arrows go down the back of the arm and then wrap around to the top of the forearm and hand?) but I wouldn’t…

I don’t think using those symbols only for decorative purposes is recommended

It’s definitely not just for decorative purposes. ATLA is something that has made more than a profound impact on my life and has hugely influenced me to follow my dreams and passions. Believe me, I wouldn’t get those arrows on my arms just because I thought they looked cool, they symbolize different principles and values that have shaped me into the person I am and hope to continue to be. However, if they do in fact include Buddhist symbols, I don’t want to offend anyone who might actually practice Buddhism for not being Buddhist myself. Cultural appropriation and all that.

WOW, then you should definitely get that tattoo. If those symbols hold deep meanings to you, you shouldn’t perceive it as symbols exclusive only to buddhist, (I am one to say so because I am a buddhist myself but this is just my opinion). In your case they have their own precious values. Therefore I don’t think it’s wrong at all to have them tattooed on your skin. ( ^_^)v I’m supportive towards the idea *if my support does counts*

Thank you for being so kind!

http://safety-officer-barto.tumblr.com/post/93042724502/i-have-a-question-and-it-may-sound-stupid-but-i

edwardstumbs:

safety-officer-barto:

I have a question, and it may sound stupid but I guess that’s what asking questions is for. So I’ve been wrestling with the thought of getting air bender tattoos on my arms (you know how the arrows go down the back of the arm and then wrap around to the top of the forearm and hand?) but I wouldn’t…

I don’t think using those symbols only for decorative purposes is recommended

It’s definitely not just for decorative purposes. ATLA is something that has made more than a profound impact on my life and has hugely influenced me to follow my dreams and passions. Believe me, I wouldn’t get those arrows on my arms just because I thought they looked cool, they symbolize different principles and values that have shaped me into the person I am and hope to continue to be. However, if they do in fact include Buddhist symbols, I don’t want to offend anyone who might actually practice Buddhism for not being Buddhist myself. Cultural appropriation and all that.

Anonymous asked
Based off what I remember from art history and visiting Buddhist temples, the tattoos from Last Airbender don't look that similar to actual Buddhist art. Also, I don't know if you're planning on getting them done in black or blue, but blue would fade away a lot faster.

Really? Okay, cause I thought that I read somewhere that the tattoo used a lot of Buddhist art and symbols. Maybe they just /based/ it off of, rather than using actual symbols, which I don’t know is any better or not? I’ll have to read up more on it.

I have a question, and it may sound stupid but I guess that’s what asking questions is for. So I’ve been wrestling with the thought of getting air bender tattoos on my arms (you know how the arrows go down the back of the arm and then wrap around to the top of the forearm and hand?) but I wouldn’t want them to be solid colored, I’d want them to have the same designs as the ones in the live action movie. Here’s the issue, apparently the tattoos in the movie incorporate a lot of Buddhist symbols and stuff like that; though I may agree with a lot of their values, as someone who is not a practicing Buddhist I feel like it would be incredibly offensive and wrong for me to have something like that on my body. Obviously it’s something that I’m still trying to figure out if I would want. Should I reconsider?

I haven’t been at work for half an hour and I’m already sick of these snooty-ass, rude motherfuckers

toastertitan:

the-black-blood-alchemist:

Ok I just wanna talk about how beautiful Attack on Titan’s artwork is

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I mean look at that

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the sky’s so pretty

and the scenery

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you can see the waves in the water and the texture of the trees

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and you can see all the details on the buildings

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the lighting

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is just

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so perfect

and the animation

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is so smooth

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and flawless

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truly beautiful

(Source: sexagaki)

Anonymous asked
I hope I'm not annoying you but I wanted to let you know that you're amazing!! You're a really cool person and an amazing artist! I love your blog and I'm super happy I follow you!!

D’aw, thank you so much, friend!!!  

Anonymous asked
Hello! There's a scratchy scary creepy noise outside my window and I'm pretty convinced it's a monster do you think blankets or pillows will act as a better shield from said monster

Pillows are more dense, but don’t worry about it, I’ll take care of it.

looking at other peoples’ art makes me never want to make art ever again ever forever never ever

Anonymous asked
I like this guy and I think he likes me (it hasn't been confirmed). He's always so sweet and considerate and he's always complimenting me and he's very open with me. Question is should I make a move or wait for him to make one? Help.

Make a move.