Also Beast is cuter as a beast and not as a human but I’m weird like that.
I think Beauty and the Beast is the only Disney movie I remember showing blood. I remember back when I saw this the first time and how intense Beast getting stabbed was.
Anonymous asked: I was thinking how do you choose the skin colors, cause I love your style and coloring, and i love messing up with colors, however I never can pick good colors for skin *sobs*. Sorry for the english :/
I’ve had this question asked a few times on my DA so I should probably answer it. I love color too, I think the way I mix color is similar to water color (which I use to really enjoy until digital took over my life xD). I like layering washes of colors over others so they have a kind of harmony. You get this weird little tutorial I made for being the first to ask a question~!
Netflix did the thing where it gives me every movie but the one I want. It’s not on Amazon Prime either :(
enjoy this 8 page comic i drew in 1 day and inked in 2.
no one who knows me in real life would ever believe all the fluffy romantic comics I draw;;;
alternate title is: I HAVE STRONG OPINIONS ON DWARF BEARDS
Remember that “HeadOn, apply directly to the forehead” shit? The story behind its marketing is one of my favorite advertising tales ever.
The original commercial for this product—which, if you don’t know what it is, it’s essentially a giant tube of Chapstick, or at least, that’s what it looks like—was just a looping video of a woman applying the product between her eyes and an announcer repeating the phrase “HeadOn, apply directly to the forehead” three times in succession. That’s the whole commercial: rubbing a stick on her head, and an announcer.
So this stuff was intended to be marketed as a product that relieves headaches by rubbing it on your forehead. But it wasn’t allowed to be marketed as such, because it’s just a homeopathic treatment—which means whatever compound was put into it was diluted to like one part per million, with the logic that “small amounts are strong” (yeah, okay)—and basically HeadOn was a tube of ordinary wax. Not any actual kind of medical treatment, and therefore it couldn’t be marketed as such.
god is dead and we killed him