- Juby says (11: 24 PM):
- *and ur always getting ppl who ask u stuff liek
- *hey how do u get ____
- *how do u become ____
- SHHHH says (11: 24 PM):
- *I KNOW
- SHHHH says (11: 25 PM):
- *and then your anons are like
- *so my girlfriend adn i just broke up and i need therapy and
- Juby says (11: 25 PM):
- *WHY IS THIS HILARIOUS
- SHHHH says (11: 25 PM):
- *BECAUSE IT'S FUCKING TRUE
You’re asking the wrong person about friends because I don’t look for friends LOL… I’d much prefer being alone over having to put up with people I don’t want to put up with for the sake of being able to say I have friends, let alone artist friends. While certainly my presence helped me a lot in expanding my options, I’m lucky to have met the people I’ve become close friends with. However I do have a lot to say about this subject because of my observations of how people treat me and how they work towards what I have sometimes.
I know your problem is from working towards a certain specific result, rather than letting these things happen naturally. I’m not sure if the good in your “such good artists friends” meant good artist, or good friends, but for both cases you have to realize it takes a long time to happen (Joodlez and I met on neopets like 10 years ago HAHA), and just like normal friends, whether or not that person will become a really good friend of yours vs things not working out, or if that person will become a really good artist vs they become no longer interested in art after a while, is out of your control. The best thing you can do is to simply keep your doors open and reach out, just like making normal friends, except this time with people with similar interests, such as those who follow your blog, comment on your art, watch the same series as you, idolize the same artists, and just generally give off a good vibe. There are a LOT of people who would love to have art friends like you do, and a lot of them become acquainted with each other through those common interests.
With such accessible communication tools these days, the only reason I can see you not finding anyone to be even acquaintances with is if you just suck at making use of the internet, or if you’re picky, that you’re trying to find people whose art you approve of. You’re looking for good artists, people with a future and commitment, people who would provide more benefits than they would create burdens for you, and you’re not understanding why your attempts to get close to a good artist is not working. I won’t tell you what’s wrong with that because it’d make me sound very egotistical and I’m sure you can figure it out yourself anyway.
it’s a place in norse mythology and also an instance in the game ragnarok online. google magic
most likely not because shipping from canada is retardedly high for poster tubes ):
a manga reading website, please google (:
It’s a lot better than I feared it would become, but a lot worse than what it used to be.