My favourite tragic love story is that of an artist and their art
“I always hated it when people tried to look at what I was drawing in class, when my posture clearly indicated it was supposed to be something private. I was always too much of a wimp to ever say anything though.
That’s usually why I liked to sit at the back of the class. I just never liked it when people watch me draw, it feels weird.” Though, it’s kind of hypocritical, because I love doing streams? I guess it was just an irl thing. I should have just sucked it up and used my words to clearly express my feelings. I was always scared they’d mock me for it ; u ;
BG pic is a screenshot of Smile Precure ep.
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Ok, there was a drawing of my friend that she posted on my account, I’m so sorry for what happened. “^^
I’m so sorry.
It had to be done.
Wow girl, you just came out of the toilet and I’m the one who stinks? RUDE
396.How the least popular songs always seem to be the best. Luka’s answer, Miku’sPieces of you, Gumi’s Masked bitcH, Rin and Len’s Gemini…I could talk forever.
I absolutely hate it when people steal my sketchbook, and I’m sure some other artists do, too.
It’s not because I draw NSFW stuff in there, I just don’t want people to look at it, and I’m sure a lot of people feel similar about this.
When I was younger, I would carry my sketchbook around everywhere. Other kids would ask to look at it, so I let them. They’d laugh at me, tear out the pages, scribble everywhere, you name it. Eventually they would stop asking and just take my sketchbooks.
Now I like to always have my sketchbook right next to me or at home to make sure nobody takes it. When people pick it up without permission I immediately panic and I will fight them for it back. This leads to people thinking that I draw inappropriate things, but in reality events like these just cause me to get so scared I almost throw up, and I feel like I have to fix everything. I know that today people won’t do stupid things like when I was younger, but when my sketchbook is stolen I get “triggered” (for a lack of a better word) and practically have a panic attack.
Some people might not necessarily have this same reaction to it, but when an artist tells you they don’t want you looking in their sketchbook, they don’t want you looking in it. This doesn’t mean their drawings are inappropriate, or that you can steal their book, or guilt trip them into giving it to you. Just leave them alone.
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