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(ʘ‿ʘ✿) imma tell you a little bit of myself:

-i love to draw and paint
-still learning though
-i really love animating and making stories
-still learning that too.........
-And i play and sometimes make songs on the piano
-plus i love many various types of music
-especially electro-swing
-very much....
-sorry if i reblog those...
-yep...
-did i mention that i like to eat and sleep
- like a lot
-and i reblog a lot of things i find interesting
-or stupid
-or both
- :|


so enjoy.
deviantart my sister
♥ ♦ ♠ ♣

I made a new blog if anyone is interested==> http://san-pie.tumblr.com/

just wanted a new art blog that is more organized :)

toconjure:

amandaonwriting:

100 Beautiful and Ugly Words

by Mark Nichol

One of the many fascinating features of our language is how often words with pleasant associations are also quite pleasing on the tongue and even to the eye, and how many words, by contrast, acoustically and visually corroborate their disagreeable nature — look no further than the heading for this post.
Enrich the poetry of your prose by applying words that provide precise connotation while also evoking emotional responses

Beautiful Words

  • Amorphous: indefinite, shapeless
  • Beguile: deceive
  • Caprice: impulse
  • Cascade: steep waterfall
  • Cashmere: fine, delicate wool
  • Chrysalis: protective covering
  • Cinnamon: an aromatic spice; its soft brown color
  • Coalesce: unite, or fuse
  • Crepuscular: dim, or twilit
  • Crystalline: clear, or sparkling
  • Desultory: half-hearted, meandering
  • Diaphanous: gauzy
  • Dulcet: sweet
  • Ebullient: enthusiastic
  • Effervescent: bubbly
  • Elision: omission
  • Enchanted: charmed
  • Encompass: surround
  • Enrapture: delighted
  • Ephemeral: fleeting
  • Epiphany: revelation
  • Epitome: embodiment of the ideal
  • Ethereal: celestial, unworldly, immaterial
  • Etiquette: proper conduct
  • Evanescent: fleeting
  • Evocative: suggestive
  • Exuberant: abundant, unrestrained, outsize
  • Felicity: happiness, pleasantness
  • Filament: thread, strand
  • Halcyon: care-free
  • Idyllic: contentedly pleasing
  • Incorporeal: without form
  • Incandescent: glowing, radiant, brilliant, zealous
  • Ineffable: indescribable, unspeakable
  • Inexorable: relentless
  • Insouciance: nonchalance
  • Iridescent: luster
  • Languid: slow, listless
  • Lassitude: fatigue
  • Lilt: cheerful or buoyant song or movement
  • Lithe: flexible, graceful
  • Lullaby: soothing song
  • Luminescence: dim chemical or organic light
  • Mellifluous: smooth, sweet
  • Mist: cloudy moisture, or similar literal or virtual obstacle
  • Murmur: soothing sound
  • Myriad: great number
  • Nebulous: indistinct
  • Opulent: ostentatious
  • Penumbra: shade, shroud, fringe
  • Plethora: abundance
  • Quiescent: peaceful
  • Quintessential: most purely representative or typical
  • Radiant: glowing
  • Redolent: aromatic, evocative
  • Resonant: echoing, evocative
  • Resplendent: shining
  • Rhapsodic: intensely emotional
  • Sapphire: rich, deep bluish purple
  • Scintilla: trace
  • Serendipitous: chance
  • Serene: peaceful
  • Somnolent: drowsy, sleep inducing
  • Sonorous: loud, impressive, imposing
  • Spherical: ball-like, globular
  • Sublime: exalted, transcendent
  • Succulent: juicy, tasty, rich
  • Suffuse: flushed, full
  • Susurration: whispering
  • Symphony: harmonious assemblage
  • Talisman: charm, magical device
  • Tessellated: checkered in pattern
  • Tranquility: peacefulness
  • Vestige: trace
  • Zenith: highest point

Ugly Words

  • Cacophony: confused noise
  • Cataclysm: flood, catastrophe, upheaval
  • Chafe: irritate, abrade
  • Coarse: common, crude, rough, harsh
  • Cynical: distrustful, self-interested
  • Decrepit: worn-out, run-down
  • Disgust: aversion, distaste
  • Grimace: expression of disgust or pain
  • Grotesque: distorted, bizarre
  • Harangue: rant
  • Hirsute: hairy
  • Hoarse: harsh, grating
  • Leech: parasite,
  • Maladroit: clumsy
  • Mediocre: ordinary, of low quality
  • Obstreperous: noisy, unruly
  • Rancid: offensive, smelly
  • Repugnant: distasteful
  • Repulsive: disgusting
  • Shriek: sharp, screeching sound
  • Shrill: high-pitched sound
  • Shun: avoid, ostracize
  • Slaughter: butcher, carnage
  • Unctuous: smug, ingratiating
  • Visceral: crude, anatomically graphic

Notice how often attractive words present themselves to define other beautiful ones, and note also how many of them are interrelated, and what kind of sensations, impressions, and emotions they have in common. Also, try enunciating beautiful words as if they were ugly, or vice versa. Are their sounds suggestive of their quality, or does their meaning wholly determine their effect on us?

From Writers Write

denoftheartrogue:

eugelng:

Thoughts. Just thoughts.

*Disclaimer - This isn’t supposed to encompass all disciplines of art, so apologies if this doesn’t apply to you in your situation.

My friends tend to speak hella sense

derekhetrickart:

Here’s a bunch of sketches from a potential side project from last year that didn’t really go anywhere that I had sitting around in a folder.

Was gonna be a 2-player metroidvania kinda thing with a brother and sister getting these evil possessed masks, overpowering the cursed sorcerer souls or whatever inside the masks, and kicking the shit out of stuff looking for power.

fruitegg:

prog ress.s .. ………..ggif

agentscullyismyhero:

wennuhpen:

farewell-kingdom:

JJK Airbrush - “I ripped some paper and drew some rocks on it. Now try to see this as a flat surface. And trust me…it is as flat as it can be” (via)

Cool!

I don’t even understand how you can begin to draw these types of things.

artchipel:

Tumblr Artist

Kyle Thompson | on Tumblr (b.1992, USA)

Kyle Thompson is a 21 year old photographer originally from Chicago. He began taking photographs at the age of nineteen after finding interest in nearby abandoned houses, without any formal education in photography. His work is mostly composed of surreal and bizarre self portraits, to create a surreal world in order to depict concepts. Fascinated by abandoned houses and empty forests, locations where the majority of his photographs take place, he is currently living in his car and driving all over the US and Canada. Please visit artist’s website or follow his Tumblr.

[more Kyle Thompson | artists found at gaksdesigns]