I’m giving away Moleskine Watercolor Large(5.3 x 0.6 x 8.4 inches),Faber-Castell: 6 PITT setin black (XS=0.1mm, S=0.3mm, F=0.5mm, M=0.7mm, C=2.5mm, B=1-5mm) anda small pocket sized notebooks (with a blank pages with nice paper quality).
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Ricardo would have been proud.
Why would he be proud about the whitewashing of such an iconic character of color? Why would he be proud that a franchise he was part of, a franchise that stood for justice and equality, is doing racist crap like this?
Silly rabbit, casting a white guy in the role of a Sikh Indian is no more racist than casting a Mexican in the role of a Sikh Indian. Or a black dude in the role of a Norse God.
Screaming “RAYCEEEEST” at every opportunity doesn’t make you cool, sweetie.
5000. DANG. I’m kind of stunned that 5000 people think my art is worth looking at and are also willing to put up with whatever other dumb shit I post. You’re all awesome, and being lucky enough to have such a wonderful and supportive audience encourages me to keep moving forward and and doing what I do! MACARONS FOR EVERYONE. <3
Once upon a time there was a mod being developed for Half-Life 2. I won’t go into any details, but Zeitgeist was very, very ambitious. I have no idea if it is still going, or what became of it if it didn’t.
Listen to this, a fragment of the planned original soundtrack. It cracks me up whenever I hear it.
Roger Ebert is dead. He was one of the all-time greats, a visionary and road-opener in the realm of visual arts. His passing has made me impossibly sad, especially since I’ve discovered his work relatively recently (6 years, max), compared to how long he’d been doing it.
Here was a man who loved movies, and whose contribution will never be forgotten.
Safe travels, Roger Ebert. You will always have my thumbs-up.