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I was volunteering at a booksale when I ran across this and just…

Submitted to me by mrsrhettbutler

uh…those arms…you’re all thinking that, right…?

i feel like we’re all just kind of reblogging it in a circle and looking at each other uneasily like, waiting for someone to finally give in and yell it out in the reply chain

ROBO-DILDO.

you held out as long as you could, i’m sure.

Dildobot

Edward Dildo-arms

DOMO ARIGATO FISTO ROBOTO

I SPAT OUT MY WATER ON THE LAST COMMENT FUCK

Reblogged from a-storm-for-every-spring

Anonymous asked:

Don't use black when shading or don't use black to color with? And if coloring with black is okay how do you shade black/dark grays ?

raspbeary answered:

hmm this is actually a bit trickier to explain so im gonna use the space ghost picture i drew as an example

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1. DONT USE BLACK OR WHITE!

i mean in the entire piece, but that’s not to say that you should use grey! you can, but there’s tons of other dark and light colors you can use as a replacement for black and white! defining your lightest and darkest value is super important because it creates the mood and sets the environment for your entire piece! let alone that black and white are not colors that are blending-friendly, most of the time they’ll end up either muddying or desaturating your palette which ends up being unpleasant to look at

those are my lightest and darkest values in the image, its hard to see but my “white” is a super light yellow and my “dark” is a really dark purple (complimentaries are also super important make sure you look at those, that’s how i made this entire palette!) but anyways here’s them against grey so you can see them better

it may be tough at first but it will prove extremely rewarding i promise!! 

also huge disclaimer, this is not to say that if you use pure black and pure white you are doing things wrong, this is just my personal way of doing things, even i find myself using black in pieces since i still have problems with color theory, but ALL ART IS DIFFERENT AND SUBJECTIVE so take this with a grain of salt!!