Piranha Bites
walkingpiranha:

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i should’ve cleaned off the dust on the scanner first. oh well, these drawings are so meditative. it really untangles my frustrated brain. 

walkingpiranha:

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i should’ve cleaned off the dust on the scanner first. oh well, these drawings are so meditative. it really untangles my frustrated brain. 

walkingpiranha:

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drawing hearts and stars on black paper is fun. 

walkingpiranha:

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drawing hearts and stars on black paper is fun. 

walkingpiranha:

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apparently, it was “tonight we’ll last forever ‘til our bodies drop”. hear for yourselves. don’t judge, it’s my mood-lifting song. 

walkingpiranha:

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apparently, it was “tonight we’ll last forever ‘til our bodies drop”. hear for yourselves. don’t judge, it’s my mood-lifting song. 

walkingpiranha:

Frannie, Cat, and Vee.

Cat’s t-shirt inspired by Tosh.0

walkingpiranha:

i’m bad at cast shadows, but i love Black Lagoonlistening to the opening theme made me wanna draw some girls with attitude. i wish there was a tutorial on ballpoint pen drawing. if anyone makes on or knows one, hook me up!

no seriously, if there’s a tutorial, share me the wisdom. ballpoint pen artists are badass. 

red-lipstick:

Mike Sekowsky (American, 1923-1989) - Oh My God I Left The Baby On The Bus  Via:  David Barsalou MFA Flickr Photostream

red-lipstick:

Mike Sekowsky (American, 1923-1989) - Oh My God I Left The Baby On The Bus  Via:  David Barsalou MFA Flickr Photostream

walkingpiranha:

i should take time to clean up my sketches, but i don’t. 

walkingpiranha:

i should take time to clean up my sketches, but i don’t. 

walkingpiranha:

uploading sketches @ 3 AM again because i’m super lame like that. i love being messy with my colored pencils. for some reason, my fashion inspirations are worn by monster girls. these seven have been my frequent models, so i figured i’d name them. 

i finally got to scanning!

ayothewuisback:

White peoples’ definition of racism is hurt feelings, instead of what it actually is, and that’s systematic destruction of an ethnic group. Understand that, and then you’ll understand why racism doesn’t “go both ways”.

Todd Baxter & Aubrey Videtto, Project Astoria series

Todd Baxter & Aubrey VidettoProject Astoria series