Rose is blonde Tardis is blue I have two hearts And they're both for you Alright I came up with this poem on my own last night while I was supposed to be doing schoolwork. I hope I drew the TARDIS right. ;; 3 ;; My friends all love Doctor Who and to be honest I have only seen one episode of it. But I know so much about it from friends and Tumblr that I feel like I could kinda be apart of the fandom. I hope you Whovians like it~ ;; u ;; Happy Early Valentines Day~
Edit: Well It's been a year since posting this and I got a bunch more favorites recently since Valentines day just passed. Thank you guys so much! I have over 250 favorites on this thing and it's the most favorited thing I have in my gallery right now. I would say go check out the other stuff I have in my gallery but everything else I have in there sucks haha.
Edit 10/15/14 - Ahhh! 3,3000 views and 270 favorites!! Thanks so much guys!! ; u ; ♥
"Today as I'm sure you're aware is the 14th Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. This is very personal to me for not only am I trans, but I know quite a few people who've been assaulted for being trans, and I fear it for myself every time I go out. Let's make sure we use the day to raise awareness of those who saw life for its possibilities, but were rewarded with hate and intolerance. Lets spread more love, acceptance, and understanding to help stop the murders of innocent trans people" (and anyone for that matter, it's so sad how many people are murdered annually for being who they really are..)
My friend shared this with me, and I thought to share this with you guys.
The Butterfly Project:
1. When you feel like you want to cut, take a marker, pen, or sharpies and draw a butterfly on your arm or hand. 2. Name the butterfly after a loved one, or someone that really wants you to get better. 3. You must let the butterfly fade naturally. NO scrubbing it off. 4. If you cut before the butterfly is gone, you have killed it. If you don't cut, it lives. 5. ...If you have more than one butterfly, cutting kills all of them. 6. Another person may draw them on you. These butterflies are extra special. Take good care of them. 7. Even if you don’t cut, feel free to draw a butterfly anyways, to show your support. If you do this, name it after someone you know that cuts or is suffering right now, and tell them. It could help. I've already got butterflies on me.
Here's just a nice little movement for cutters. It's actually helped a great number of people, and I'm sure it's saved a lot of lives.
EDIT: Man! You guys are so awesome! 236 favs in under ten hours after I posted this! Wow! I hope many many many more people will be able to get knowledge of this idea, and I hope it helps! Keep up the awesome work, you guys! You're the best!
I've got some stories to share! One of them, really made me tear up. Here's the link, if you want to go read it.: tinyfurrtails.deviantart.com/a… They put it in poem form, and I got to tell you, it's very inspirational! Harming yourself in any way is what the Butterfly Project is here for.
sugoi-mishrano.deviantart.com/… Here is a fictional story written by to depict the Butterfly Project. I personally think it is a great story, and very inspiring.
An older drawing but one made during that turn-around time in my life when I started to accept that things will get easier. I had lived with being an outcast for so long I had forgotten that I could do somthing about it myself.
Attention Odyssey Project mods! If you need this image in a larger size, please let me know! As I am selling prints, I have set it to not allow downloads of the large original image!
Paul worked up a lather in his hands and gently started to wash the rash.
Flakes, like scales, began to slough away.
Underneath whirled a mass of colors. Indigo. Vermilion. Rust. Mahogany. And they were… moving. Swirling. Copulating with each other. Buds of new, unseen colors exploding from the trysts.
It was beautiful. It was obscene. It was spreading.
Submission for Odyssey II Project chapter 1 (winner). Color is kind of my kryptonite. I wrecked three sheets of watercolor paper before I finally got one that I liked.
I'm having a lot of fun working on these submissions though. It's giving me a chance to do some work in a style I don't get to do much, and I'm remembering how much I liked working with ink and how little of that I do anymore these days.