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This is a place for me to chill and relax. I will mainly post my art and maybe a few text posts. Questions and comments are super welcome.

I watch Supernatural and some Game of Thrones. I read a lot and draw Homestuck as well as other things.
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  1. alfredthebuttler-uc reblogged ileavebutitpullsmeback:

    tastefullyoffensive:

    Artist Telmo Pieper Repaints His Own Childhood Drawings

  1. alfredthebuttler-uc reblogged arachnidsgrip:

    hopeestuck:

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    Here’s some positive messages from all the trolls!!!

  1. The Ever Expanding Self in A Dark Room reblogged thepageofhopes:

    The Ever Expanding Self in A Dark Room

    overthinkingvideogames:

    In A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and while still a young boy, the novel’s protagonist, Stephen Dedalus, writes on the flyleaf of his geography book:


    Stephen Dedalus
    Class of Elements
    Clongowes Wood College
    Sallins
    County Kildare
    Ireland
    The World
    The Universe
     (James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Dover, pg. 7-8)

    As an exmple of a bildungsroman, a novel about human development, maturation, and growing up, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man uses this moment to emphasize Stephen’s burgeoning awareness of himself and his relationship to and awareness of the world around that self. Indeed, all human deveopment is marked by this exponentially growing sense of the self in relationship to a larger world. We all begin life with a sense only of the immediacy of the self and its own needs, before becoming aware of a small corner of the world around ourselves, before then becoming aware of how that corner fits into a larger and larger universe.

    Playing the browser based version of A Dark Room, I was reminded of this passage from Joyce’s novel. Indeed, I almost feel that the whole game is in some way an effort to represent this model of the growing awareness of self and its relationship to a significantly larger universe and the discovery then of how the self fits into such a vast space.

    A Dark Room and a sense of place. Contains spoilers for A Dark Room.

  1. alfredthebuttler-uc reblogged arachnidsgrip: themostcrazyawesome:

turntechgodamnyoufine:

[HISSES]


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  1. alfredthebuttler-uc reblogged arachnidsgrip:

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    Even before I read Homestuck I thought this was the funniest thing.

    this comic appears on my dash routinely, like every month it appears like “time to read pancakesteins panty raid comic again” and I read it every time

    This comic is how I got multiple friends into homestuck.

  1. alfredthebuttler-uc reblogged thomasbongalter: hkmrn:


I am not a bad man even though I do bad things - very bad things - such horrible things!

I bought Fe:Awakening a day ago and its really fun! I wish I bought it earlier but I hesitated since I’ve never really played rpg games before.

    hkmrn:

    I am not a bad man even though I do bad things - very bad things - such horrible things!

    I bought Fe:Awakening a day ago and its really fun! I wish I bought it earlier but I hesitated since I’ve never really played rpg games before.

  1. alfredthebuttler-uc reblogged dissociating-in-wonderland: katiegeewhiz:

I REALLY LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS

    katiegeewhiz:

    I REALLY LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS

  1. alfredthebuttler-uc reblogged thepageofhopes:

    maxkirin:

    To my dear artistic, writerly, and wonderful followers,

    Watch this video. Save it in your favorites. Keep it where you can always watch it, where you know you can find it.

    This is Neil Gaiman’s famous ‘Make Good Art’ speech, the source of countless comics and infographics. It’s inspirational, funny, and straight from the heart.

    Watch it, and keep it around.

    It will save your art.

  1. alfredthebuttler-uc reblogged astrappingyoungman:

    yamino:

    artprogression:

    drawsomething:

    foervraengd:

    Every artist who sees this post should do the following:

    - Watch the video.

    - Follow the instructions

    - Reblog

    I can’t stress you enough about how important these exercises are for your drawing hand. You don’t wanna get CTS of Tendonitis and similar stuff that will prevent you from making art or even hold  a pencil.

    I first saw this video… I dunno, a couple of years ago? But after seeing this it instantly became part of my daily routine. Having your wrist crap out on you because you haven’t taken care of yourself while drawing is agonizing and not fun.

    Get to stretching, artist buddies.

    I usually don’t reblog stuff when a post demands it of me, but I found this video to be very helpful.

    I’ll start trying these and see if they help!

  1. Fuck yeah, history!

  1. What an awkward guy

    What an awkward guy