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Omg reblogging this cuz I always forget
i don’t really have anything to say at this point
GUYS WE BEAT ATTACK ON TITAN
THIS IS NOT A DRILL
WE ARE IN THE FINALS
god, i dont even watch free and i want this to win so badly, thatd be so hilarious.
us weeaboos gotta stick together
I just realized… voting ends tomorrow, which is Wednesday…. if we win the whole thing we win on Water Day.
THE FINAL FOUR
TUNE IN TO MTV ON JULY 27 AT 8/7c FOR THE WINNER
AGAIN, THANKS TO wahboo FOR THE INFO!
THIS IS SO HELPFUL
Yes good, anatomy refs make me happy.
hi everybody, recently i’ve been seeing a lot of people around the internet talking about experiencing drawing related pain
it feels like the right time to publicly recommend this extremely informative and well-researched minicomic by kriota willberg. i carry a copy with me everywhere and tell friends about it all the time because it is super helpful and has helped me unlearn some bad drawing habits and learn plenty of healthy new ones!
in 60 pages it covers
- drawing positions that lessen stress on your muscles
- a wide variety of easy exercises (and sample routines)
- small lifestyle changes you can make to keep healthy
- and when to tell if prevention isn’t enough and you need to see a doctor
you can buy it HERE and HERE. it’s very thorough, the author knows a lot about muscles and the body as well as about the specifics of drawing and it really shows. even if you haven’t experienced drawing pain yet, integrating this stuff into your routine is a good way to start taking preventative measures
stay safe and healthy everyone!
i just bought this and i cant wait for it to arrive. its so important to take care of your body to prevent strain!!
I hope you’re happy. And if you’re not, you will be. Trust me.
i always get shit when i talk about this but the reason i dont tag tw is bc
a) the term ‘trigger’ is meant to refer 2 those with PTSD those w severe anxiety and/or survivors of various forms of abuse it indicates an extreme reaction 2 certain stimulus like a panic attack/flashback/blackout caused by ur brain being unable to handle the resurgence of something horrific that happened to u
b) with that being said, i dont post triggering content. i havent talked about serious triggering shit on this blog for a long time in fact i think the last time i tagged smth was when i reblogged this youtube video about domestic abuse probs like 6 months ago nowadays i just reblog pretty pictures and make fun of anons
c) i get a thousand messages everyday from ppl suggesting i should tag shit like ‘spiders, ‘blood’, ‘feet’, ‘ghosts’, etc and it seriously pisses me off that u guys really believe ‘triggering’ equals ‘it makes me uncomfortable’ im not here to make tumblr a better place for u im not even getting paid man it’s ur responsibility to take care of yourself when it comes to these random ass ‘triggers’ if u cant see a gif of a ghost on ur dash you shouldn’t be online at all
d) in fact, ive come to the conclusion that demanding one of these lame ass trigger warnings it’s just a way 2 identify yourself as even more aware even more solicitous than the person who failed to ~adequately~ provide such a ridiculous warning. when i see ppl tagging ‘tw: spiders’ i cant help but think they are not demonstrating a sensitivity towards a topic but rather they just wanna be ‘seen’ doing so 2 demand that others ‘ought’ to do the same to validate one’s politics. this whole ’trigger’ business is less about protecting ppl from potentially re-traumatizing events and more 2 do with flagging up your right-on credentials even if it means silencing those who have actually gone through actual traumatizing events.
Just to add on a thought - for people who do have PTSD or related anxieties, triggers are often esoteric things that nobody else would expect or guess, like certain noises, smells, or even songs etc. It’s impossible to know everything that might trigger somebody, and for many people even direct references to a particular kind of subject (ie. abuse, violence, war, etc.) may not cause the same sort of anxiety as simply seeing a particular location or object, etc. which they associate with their memory or anxiety.
I can and am willing to talk about road safety or bicycle safety, and I am glad to do it. But if I see a particular color bicycle, it brings back a lot of bad memories about a friend’s death. Except for a handful of people who know the particulars of what happened - nobody would guess that this very specific thing would bring back bad feelings for me. But I’m not about to start asking people to add trigger warnings to pics of bicycles that are a certain color.