tick-tock tick-tock tick-tock
move your cursor in time with her and it looks like she is watching you
Just a fraction of the cool stuff I learned when researching women’s history.
reblogging this because spencer was the best thing that ever happened to this show
He was apparently always doing wacky shit on set when the camera wasn’t on him to make people laugh and mess up their lines
Is he the Jared Padalecki of iCarly
Ohhh yeah, look at the awesome login page I scored.
That is one HOT login page.
The only reason I made this is because this is an issue true and dear to my heart. I didn’t come from a family of money or big opportunity. I had no connections, the wrong credentials and no experience. All I had was a big dream and a lot of dedication. And no, I had no help from my parents or anyone else for that matter, haven’t borrowed a dime from them in 7 years. What I have is because I worked my ass off for it.
Want to be successful too? Here are 10 commandments to dream realization!
1) Realize that you wont be in your dream job tomorrow. It might take a long time. I swear if I hear another 23 year old kid whining that they have no future and their opportunity is over, I might physically explode.
2) Those who wait are fucking idiots. If you want something, go for it.
3) I don’t care how shitty you think your art is. When you present your work to people, you better walk around like you have the biggest dick in the world. Most people can’t tell good art from bad art. If you show off your work like you are the god of your craft you can land any job.
4) Know that companies want experience. So save up to do an internship. I promise, 99% of art internships wont pay you squat. If you’re lucky they might pay transportation costs. Internships will open a tidal wave of opportunity.
5) Be prepared to take some criticism (Thank god I didn’t go to art school), and be prepared to do shit you don’t want to do.
6) Know that your first, probably even second job will pay you peanuts. Either take on a second job or do commissions.
7) Cut costs. Use public transportation. Don’t eat out. Steal your neighbors wifi. Prioritize spending.
8) Be ready and willing to give up years of your life. Seriously. If you’re not willing to sacrifice everything, then your dream are not that important to you.
9) Don’t EVER make excuses. Always know that everything you do brings your one step closer to your dream.
10) Don’t ever settle. You’re worth shining among the stars. Don’t ever think you can’t make it. Being in the business, I can assure you I’ve met plenty of artist that are shitty and somehow got well paying jobs.
Thanks to artbymoga for bringing this important issue to light. Dreams aren’t just fairy tales. There are other people living them out right now as your read this.This is beautiful and inspirational and… I just can’t even… Thank you for making this! It inspired me
This really is inspirational. I’m a 21 year old art student, and I always kept thinking that there was a change that I would fail at life, and that I wouldn’t be living my dream of becoming an animator at a renown studio. But now that I read this, I realize I have a lot more opportunity at my age than this person did, and if I can’t get to where she is right now, then I have no one to blame but myself.
what have i done
better save this post for the mishapocalypse
I’m frankly terrified of the misha collins fandom
Now that’s how you do a broken gif.
THIS IS FUCKING DEMONIC
destroy the idea that clothing has gender