I made something way cooler but I erased it by accident, so here’s an extra cute Peach that I tried to color but it turns out I had super zoomed in on the canvas and coloring was…weird.
Tomorrow something that shows what this app (and I) can do.
This September, I’ll be participating in the Walk for Animals to support the MSPCA at Nevins Farm. As a frequent patron of the shelter, I am consistently amazed at the hard work and dedication the entire staff shows in every aspect of animal care, and this year has been more difficult for them than ever before with many high volume surrenders, often involving expensive medical care and rehabilitation of these hoarded and mistreated animals. Earlier today I submitted a post to several blogs to raise awareness for the 427 birds they took in just this week. You can read more about their amazing work by going to: http://www.mspca.org/
I’m hoping to raise $1,250 to help them reestablish their emergency medical fund so that they can keep doing the amazing work the MSPCA is known for. Every little bit helps, and if you don’t find it in your budget to donate, please signal boost to share my page with your friends and family and be sure to tell them about the beloved rescue pets in your life. Thank you!
YOU GUYS I GOT PROCREATE AND IT’S AWESOME AND I WAS SCRIBBLING TO SEE WHAT THE BRUSH WAS LIKE AND I SAW THIS WEIRD CRYING LADY AND SO I MADE HER INTO A THING AND I KNOW IT’S WEIRD AND STUFF BUT OH MY GOD GOOD THINGS WILL COME FROM THIS APP AND THE NEW STYLUS AND I AM EXCITED, OKAY?
For adammbotsford- my nightstand. Vintage Winnie the Pooh lamp that’s the same as the one my Mom always has (and still has, so now there’s two in the house), Tigger is holding a bracelet Jerome bought me at Mount Hood, basket of lotion, various electronics, (currently empty) night water glass…
Asked by bng101
I got this the first time but *something* (I think asks were broken that day) kept me from answering right away and then it got buried and I was busy…and…yeah.
Okay, cartoons. Would you mind narrowing the topic a little? I know more about cartoons than most kids do. From Windsor McKay’s Gertie The Dinosaur to Pixar…Crusader Rabbit to Adventure Time…
I love watching cartoons. I always assumed I would grow up drawing cartoons. I’ve taken animation classes in high school and made small animations for use in a zoetrope at Disney’s California Adventure. (The tape from that class has long been lost…though I might find the zoetrope strips if I looked.)
…however…I have very little patience for drawing the same thing a bazillion times. I have to be in the zone and it’s hard to do that on command. I figured I’d get used to it someday.
I’m not sure how, but one day I would still like to go back to making cartoons. I figure I’ll have to learn Photoshop and probably more crazy software that I’m afraid of. I’d like to do most of it by hand though. I do own a lightbox…and the original reason I bought it was indeed to make cartoons.
I look up things when I get in the mood…but so far I don’t have much except a few notes on framerates.
Ughh…talking about stuff I’m good at makes me nervous…
I put this on my reblog dump, but I kind of felt like it needed it’s own post…
1. You are female. (Yep.)
2. You are currently in your mid 40’s. (Nooope.)
3. You are raising a beautiful family, you have a career you’re quite pleased with. (Do pets count? Also I don’t have a job and I hate it.)
4. You’ve recently started volunteering in your community. (No, but I would like to help at the animal shelter if I was physically able.)
5. You are taller than average, you have gorgeous dark hair and beautiful brown eyes. (I’m short though.)
It seems like my bad results are fairly typical. How’d you do?