Suggestions for CWs for New Users
Here are some everyday things you might not normally think to CW, but are encouraged to CW here:
-selfies, eye contact
-anything that's popular and taking up oxygen (like big TV show finales)
-weed, drugs, alcohol
Please also mark +,-,~ for tone! As in, "food, +" for a post about you enjoying a nice dinner.
Commission done for @Kangar00
was a lot of fun working on this, but I was also working on this through my eye injury (big props for being patient with me, thanks man). during the recover I would still try to create some warm-up sketches and get any kind of work done in the day, so he was also the subject one morning. a small bonus and thank you for being so awesome.
and yet these folks believe in lots of things: Facebook's beliefs about labor drive its efforts to automate moderation, Twitter believes nazis are good for the platform but radical queers aren't. Microsoft believes collaborating with state forces that disappear people is fine, if a little embarrassing when people find out. arguing they have no "political bias" ignores the politics that underpin their existence.
Now I got a proper profile image for all my social network accounts. It was done by the very talented and wonderful @nextjennart - thank you so much!
(and that's only one part of the whole image - which will be revealed in good time ...)
"The zoos are full,
the prisons are overflowing.
O, how the world dearly loves a cage"
Oh my... and this was 1971...
This is one of those 'did I draw that??' type pictures, haha. I got a replacement watercolour sketchbook for landscape stuff, which means I can now use my Moleskine one for other things. I think I prefer it for ink, it doesn't cope so well with the amount of water I use while painting... #inktober #mastoart
Introducing the Button element - this magic HTML element is going to blow your mind, amaazzzziing #wow https://hankchizljaw.io/wrote/introducing-the-button-element/
Science, games, tech stuffs, sometimes lewd-ish. Pretending to know something about coding.
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