I wrote up my productivity tips/habits for Lifehacker today. It's weird to spend all day constantly worried about deadlines and feeling like I'm a terrible slacker and then have people react like "wow HOW do you DO IT" 😬
I'm seeing so many people preparing for inktober, making sketches, binding sketchbooks, discussing promt lists and getting ready to INK BIG.
But, I also hear many people being intimidated by that, being worried they won't come up with stuff for the promts and dropped out last years bc of that.
So please, remember: The core concept is, that you build an inking routine. To make it LESS intimidating.
So even if you go through inktober inking a stick figure each day -
You've done a great job! ♥️
Princess Danger plays with bees.
Image from page 86 of "Die Leitfossilien : ein Handbuch für den Unterricht und für das Bestimmen von Versteinerungen" (1896)
Suddenly discovered I can now do a pistol squat on EITHER LEG. It's been three babies and one ACL surgery since I was last able to do one on the left! 🎉💪🏻💃🏻
(Video desc: one pistol squat.)
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The American Academy of #Pediatrics has published an official position on supporting #transgender children, and describes appropriate care & it health outcomes https://www.news10.com/news/national/doctors-group-recommends-support-for-transgender-children/1453236542
Mariber (Latin America) - human-goat hybrid
Princess Danger's robot creations
This is a character I invented for my daughter one night. She wanted me to draw a princess and a dinosaur. So I drew the princess jumping up and down on top of the dinosaur. My daughter did not approve. "That's dangewous."
I would not have my artistic vision quashed. This is Princess Danger. She jumps on dinosaurs, plays in traffic, balances on the roofs of tall buildings, and juggles knives just for fun.
(Image desc: simple line drawings of a stick figure princess doing all the above.)
I missed you all so much!!!