Done! Smutstreaming again!
project for class about islands/isolation during social eating times~
Most restaurants refuse to have options for people with dietary needs; it’s nice to spend time out with family, but it sucks paying 5 dollars for a bowl of steamed, plain broccoli or salad without the dressing and leaving a restaurant hungry or bloated from eating a fucking ten gallon pail of spinach. I would much rather stay home and cook for everyone. : m
(Pssst. Maybe I wouldn’t be ordering this stupid meal if not everything on your menu was deep-fried in the blood of tortured kittens in a batter made out of a bird’s vaginal discharge.)
Wow, way to be a hypocritical asshole. Don’t complain about waiters being snarky and people judging your life choices, and then turn around and put people down for wanting to eat/serve meat products at restaurants. Rude.
let’s take a minute and look at how fab ichigo’s arms are
This article is to inform artists on how to deal with people requesting artwork for commercial uses, especially online. I’m far from being a professional (and please take everything I say with a grain of salt, and always do more research), the information in this is gathered from learning about business practices for illustrators, and experiences both personal and from friends. Recently, a couple of my artist friends finally resolved their problems regarding online employers, and so I’ve taken the time to compose something that is hopefully worth a read.